25 Nov 2014 Aging Animal Models and Longevity Assessment Core Publishes First Study with Oral Form of Rapamycin

The Aging Animal Models and Longevity Assessment Core published the first study to demonstrate that long-term oral, daily dosing with the anti-aging drug, rapamycin, is well tolerated in a non-human primate and modulates mTOR signaling. The ability to rapidly and reliably dose socially housed marmosets with an oral form of rapamycin that is well tolerated […]

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9 Nov 2014 Southwest Reasearch Institute Collaborates with the San Antonio Nathan Shock Center to Test α-Linoleic Acid (ALA) and its Effects on Aging

A research group at Southwest Research Institute was interested in testing whether α-linoleic acid (ALA) had effects on aging based upon their experiments showing […]

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31 Oct 2014 Administrative and Program Enrichment Core Statistical Component

The statistical component of the administration core is lead by Dr. Jonathan Gelfond and has contributed to multi-institutional collaborations and has projected its capability to the aging research community through analytical tools.

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31 Oct 2014 Introducing Our Newest Core: Bioanalytical Pharmacology and Drug Evaluation Core

The important and significant discovery in 2009 that the drug rapamycin extended longevity in a mammal (BL6 mice) and that drugs can be used to study mechanisms of aging has required the development of early stage research design procedures to[…]

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31 Oct 2014 Examining Various Aspects of Age-related Changes in Physiology in the Naked Mole-Rat

Dr. Rochelle Buffenstein of the Aging Animal Models and Longevity Assessment Core and her team have continued to examine various aspects of age-related changes in physiology in the naked mole-rat and within the past 5 years have discovered some significant breakthroughs.

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1 Sep 2014 Research Development Core – 2014-2015 Pilot Grant Awardees

The Research Development Core would like to congratulate our 2014-2015 Pilot Grant Awardees! Martin Paukert, M.D. and Pei Wang, Ph.D. have been selected to receive Pilot Grants from the San Antonio Nathan Shock Center Research Development Core.

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