New technology allows for better understanding of protein turnover
aging and metabolism
The study will test whether a widely used diabetes drug can slow the aging process.
And is that even the right question?
Longevity Impetus Grants has awarded nearly $600,000 to two OMRF scientists pursuing bold ideas in the biology of aging.
Research in Stout’s lab will focus on the role of sex hormones and their receptors in the development and progression of age-related chronic diseases that occur in a sex-specific manner in older adults.
OMRF’s findings could lead to new strategies to combat age-related muscle loss.