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in the Science of Aging

Aug 16
10:45 am

Translating Research to Policy: Judy Salerno of the Institute of Medicine

by AFAR

Judy A. Salerno, MD, MS, is the Leonard D. Schaeffer Executive Officer of the Institute of Medicine (IOM), an independent, non-partisan, not-for-profit organization whose purpose is to provide advice to the nation on matters related to health and health policy. Dr. Salerno has served extensively in the field of aging research throughout her career, working to improve geriatric care and opportunities for scientists and clinicians. Tell us about the Institute of Medicine Many are surprised to learn that the IOM operates outside of government and receives no appropriation for its work. Established in 1970, the IOM is the health arm of…

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Dec 5
2:28 pm

Grantee Spotlight Interview: Ilya Finkelstein

by Gemma Martinelli

AFAR’s grant programs in the biology of aging are central to our mission to support and advance healthy aging through biomedical research. At leading institutions nationwide, our grantees hard work, ingenuity, and leadership are advancing cutting-edge research that will help us all live healthier, longer.   AFAR is proud to introduce our newest grantees. In this Grantee Spotlight interview, Ilya Finkelstein, PhD, shares what inspired him to enter the field of aging research and how AFAR’s support's will impact his research.   Ilya Finkelstein, PhD Assistant Professor, University of Texas, Austin 2014, AFAR Research…

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Dec 5
1:39 pm

Grantee Spotlight Interview: Subhash Katewa

by Gemma Martinelli

AFAR’s grant programs in the biology of aging are central to our mission to support and advance healthy aging through biomedical research. At leading institutions nationwide, our grantees hard work, ingenuity, and leadership are advancing cutting-edge research that will help us all live healthier, longer.   AFAR is proud to introduce our newest grantees. In this Grantee Spotlight interview,  Subhash Katewa, PhD, shares what inspired him to enter the field of aging research and how AFAR’s support's has impacted his research.   Subhash Katewa, PhD Assistant Professor, Buck Institute for Research on Aging 2014, …

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Dec 5
1:20 pm

Grantee Spotlight Interview: Malene Hansen

by Gemma Martinelli

AFAR’s grant programs in the biology of aging are central to our mission to support and advance healthy aging through biomedical research. At leading institutions nationwide, our grantees hard work, ingenuity, and leadership are advancing cutting-edge research that will help us all live healthier, longer.   AFAR is proud to introduce our newest grantees. In this Grantee Spotlight interview,  Malene Hansen, PhD--a three-time AFAR grant recipient--shares what inspired her to enter the field of aging research and what impact she hopes her research will make thanks to AFAR’s support. Malene Hansen, PhD Associate Professor, Sanford…

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Dec 3
10:44 am

Grantee Spotlight Interview: Catherine C. Kaczorowski

by Gemma Martinelli

AFAR’s grant programs in the biology of aging are central to our mission to support and advance healthy aging through biomedical research. At leading institutions nationwide, our grantees hard work, ingenuity, and leadership are advancing cutting-edge research that will help us all live healthier, longer.   AFAR is proud to introduce our newest grantees. In this Grantee Spotlight interview,  Catherine Kaczorowski, PhD, shares what inspired her to enter the field of aging research and what impact she hopes her research will make thanks to AFAR’s support.   Catherine Kaczorowski, PhD Assistant Professor, University of Tennessee 2014,…

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