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Jun 13
8:09 am

Executive Director Stephanie Lederman on Building a New Architecture for Aging Research in IAGG World Congress Blog

by Abigail Butcher

As a co-sponsor of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG) World Congress, AFAR Executive Director, Stephanie Lederman, EdM has contributed a post for the Congress’ Bridge Blog. Lederman highlights how AFAR-supported scientists are moving forward drug and biotech innovations like Senolytics, Rapamycin, and NAD Boosters, as well as the TAME Trial. In conjunction with the IAGG World Congress, AFAR also will host a luncheon symposium exploring biotechnology and longevity on July 25. Read Lederman’s blog post here and learn more about our luncheon symposium here.

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Dec 8
5:08 pm

Grantee Spotlight Interview: Changhan David Lee

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 grantees are making this the age of aging better. In this Grantee Spotlight interview, Changhan David Lee, PhD, shares what inspired him to enter the field of aging research and what impact he hopes his research will make thanks to AFAR’s support.  Changhan David Lee, PhD Assistant…

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Dec 8
4:53 pm

Grantee Spotlight Interview: Rozalyn Anderson

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 grantees are making this the age of aging better. In this Grantee Spotlight interview, Rozalyn Anderson, 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.  Rozalyn Anderson, PhD Assistant Professor, University…

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Mar 9
12:20 pm

Grantee Spotlight Interview: Alon Zaslaver

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 grantees are making this the age of aging better. In this Grantee Spotlight interview, Alon Zaslaver, PhD, shares what inspired him to enter the field of aging research and what impact he hopes his research will make thanks to AFAR’s support.  Alon Zaslaver, PhD Senior Lecturer, …

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Mar 9
12:17 pm

Grantee Spotlight Interview: Ömer Yilmaz

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 grantees are making this the age of aging better. In this Grantee Spotlight interview, Ömer Yilmaz, MD, PhD, shares what inspired him to enter the field of aging research and what impact he hopes his research will make thanks to AFAR’s support.  Ömer Yilmaz, MD,…

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