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Experts in the News: Gary Churchill and Richard Miller research in Wall Street Journal, exploring human longevity by studying oldest living mice

Apr 1
2019

Experts in the News: Gary Churchill and Richard Miller research in Wall Street Journal, exploring human longevity by studying oldest living mice View MoreBACK

 

On March 26th 2019, The Wall Street Journal spotlighted research by AFAR experts Gary Churchill, PhD and Richard Miller, MD, PhD that explores how animals and humans age differently, based on their on-going research with the oldest living mice.

Dr. Miller is a 1985 AFAR Research Grant recipient and recent AFAR Scientific Committee member.

Dr. Churchill is the Director of the Nathan Shock Center of Excellence in the Basic Biology of Aging at the Jackson Laboratory, one of the six Nathan Shock Centers of the NIA, for which AFAR serves as the coordinating center.

The Wall Street Journal article --“This Old Mouse: ‘Golden Girls’ Unlock the Mysteries of Aging” -- is available by subscription only here, but a related Biospace story can be read here.

 





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