Providing Unique Research Services to Advance Our Understanding of the Biology of Aging

For nearly two decades, the San Antonio Nathan Shock Center has been providing core services to meet the current needs of the geroscience community. Directed by leaders in mammalian and invertebrate aging research, we offer technical services and expertise in several critical areas in the biology of aging.

Latest News

1 Feb 2016 2016 Pilot Grant Program: Call for Proposals

2016 Pilot Grant Program of the Barshop Institute Deadline: April 15, 2016 The Barshop Institute is seeking small grant

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1 Nov 2015 2015 Barshop Symposium on Aging “Metabolism and Aging: From Molecular Physiology to Systems Biology”

Set at the beautiful Mayan Ranch in Bandera, TX, researchers, fellows and students in aging research traveled from all

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Latest Publications

“Determinants of rodent longevity in the chaperone-protein degradation network.”

Rodriguez KA, Valentine JM, Kramer DA, Gelfond JA, Kristan DM, Nevo E, Buffenstein R. Determinants of rodent longevity in

“Graded Proteasome Dysfunction in Caenorhabditis elegans Activates an Adaptive Response Involving the Conserved SKN-1 and ELT-2 Transcription Factors and the Autophagy-Lysosome Pathway.”

Keith SA, Maddux SK, Zhong Y, Chinchankar MN, Ferguson AA, Ghazi A, Fisher AL. Graded Proteasome Dysfunction in Caenorhabditis