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For nearly 25 years, 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.

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Latest Publications

Age-dependent autophagy induction after injury promotes axon regeneration by limiting NOTCH.

Age-dependent autophagy induction after injury promotes axon regeneration by limiting NOTCH. Ko SH, Apple EC, Liu Z, Chen L

Acarbose improved survival for Apc+/Min mice.

Acarbose improved survival for Apc+/Min mice. Dodds SG, Parihar M, Javors M, Nie J, Musi N, Dave Sharp Z,

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20 Feb 2020 Congratulations to Adam Salmon, PhD for receiving a VA Merit Grant

Dr. Salmon received a VA Merit Grant entitled “mTOR-Mediated Desaturation of Fatty Acids in Hepatic Insulin Resistance.”

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10 Feb 2020 Congratulations to Angela Olson Dorigatti for her outstanding scientific poster presentation award

Angela Olson Dorigatti, a graduate student in the lab of Veronica Galvan, PhD, attended the Texas Alzheimer’s Research and

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Latest Events

March 4 @ 4:00 pm Sam and Ann Barshop Institute Spring 2020 Seminar Series

About the Speaker “TBA” Presented by: TBA Sponsored by: The Sam & Ann Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging

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March 18 @ 4:00 pm Sam and Ann Barshop Institute Spring 2020 Seminar Series

About the Speaker “TBA” Presented by: Patrick Sung, PhD, Interim Chair in Chemistry and Associate Dean for Research, LSOM

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