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Inside AFAR

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Mar 29
2:48 pm

Grantee Spotlight Interview: John Collins, PhD

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 lives. Explore more in this Grantee Spotlight Interview: John Andrew Collins, PhD University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2018 The Irene Diamond Fund/AFAR Postdoctoral Transition Awards in Aging   What inspired you to pursue aging research? My interest in aging began during my Masters studies where I examined how changes in…

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Mar 29
2:46 pm

Grantee Spotlight Interview: Ukrae Cho, PhD

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 lives. Explore more in this Grantee Spotlight Interview: Ukrae Cho, PhD The Salk Institute for Biological Studies 2018 Glenn Foundation for Medical Research Postdoctoral Fellowships in Aging Research   What inspired you to pursue aging research? My interest in aging, oddly enough, first sparked when I was taking an ecology class as an…

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Mar 29
2:45 pm

Grantee Spotlight Interview: Benjamin D. Cosgrove, PhD

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 lives. Explore more in this Grantee Spotlight Interview: Benjamin D. Cosgrove, PhD Cornell University 2018 Glenn Foundation for Medical Research and AFAR Grants for Junior Faculty   What inspired you to pursue aging research? I was inspired to pursue aging research in part through the example set by my maternal grandparents. Though in…

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Mar 29
2:44 pm

Grantee Spotlight Interview: Shelli Farhadian, MD, PhD

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 lives. Explore more in this Grantee Spotlight Interview: Shelli Farhadian, MD, PhD Yale University School of Medicine The Irene Diamond Fund/AFAR Postdoctoral Transition Awards in Aging   What inspired you to pursue aging research? I am a physician-scientist, and I care for adults with HIV infection in my clinical practice. Many…

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Mar 29
2:44 pm

Grantee Spotlight Interview: Claire E. Gustafson, PhD

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 lives. Explore more in this Grantee Spotlight Interview: Claire E. Gustafson, PhD Stanford University The Irene Diamond Fund/AFAR Postdoctoral Transition Awards in Aging   What inspired you to pursue aging research? I strongly believe that defining basic immune development and function in healthy people is essential for determining the cause of…

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