Molecular Mechanisms of Aging

Research in the Kaeberlein Lab is focused on developing therapies for age-associated diseases by targeting the pathways that regulate aging.

Recent News rss

2015-08-26 "Transcription errors induce proteotoxic stress and shorten cellular lifespan" published in Nature Communications.
2015-08-10 Kaeberlein Lab research and the Dog Aging Project featured on King 5 New Day Northwest.
2015-07-22 "Dose-dependent effects of mTOR inhibition on weight and mitochondrial disease in mice" published in Frotiers in Genetics of Aging.

 

2015-07-16 Congratulations to Mitchell Lee for recieving an HHMI Gilliam Fellowship.
2015-07-15 "H3K36 methylation promotes longevity by enhancing transcriptional fidelity" published in Genes and Development.
2015-06-17 "The Biology of Aging: Citizen Scientists and Their Pets as a Bridge Between Research on Model Organisms and Human Subjects" published in the Journal of Veterinary Pathology.
2015-06-17 "The Biology of Aging: Citizen Scientists and Their Pets as a Bridge Between Research on Model Organisms and Human Subjects" published in the Journal of Veterinary Pathology.

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