Awards by Topic

[field_lastname_value] — Contribution of impaired circadian physiology to aging
[field_lastname_value] — Regulation of B-Raf signaling by the ubiquitin ligase Fbw7: implications for aging, protein homeostasis, and cancer
[field_lastname_value] — Cellular modeling of brain aging using human neurons converted from fibroblasts
[field_lastname_value] — The X-factor of human aging: Mapping age-related disease genes on Chromosome X
[field_lastname_value] — 2012 Gordon Research Conference on "DNA Damage, Mutation and Cancer"
[field_lastname_value] — Using live cell imaging to uncover how misrepair of double-strand breaks contributes to aging
[field_lastname_value] — The molecular mechanisms of transgenerational epigenetic inheritance of longevity
[field_lastname_value] — 2012 Gordon Research Conference on "The Biology of Post-Transcriptional Gene Regulation"
[field_lastname_value] — Mitochondrial DNA quality control and aging: promoting selective removal of mutant mitochondrial genomes
[field_lastname_value] — Epigenetic maintenance of repetitive elements in aging cells

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