Senescent Cell Tissue Mapping Will Facilitate Study of Aging and Chronic Diseases
UConn Health and The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine assume key roles, share in $13.5 million NIH grant with top medical centers
Training the Next Generation of Health Providers and Scientists in Aging and Geroscience
National Institutes on Aging award reflects the growth and maturity of UConn's multidisciplinary aging research efforts and leadership in geroscience
Article Published in Nature Aging Journal Features Work by UConn Center on Aging Researchers
Article documents studies on the biology of aging and longevity, examining aging at a biological level and exploring efforts at harnessing those biological processes to prolong life span and health span.
UConn Center on Aging Awarded $7 Million NIH Grant to Support Older Adults Initiative
The grant will establish a center focused on helping older adults maintain their independence
Killing Off Old Cells Might Mean Relief from Persistent Jaw Pain
'Senescent cells' resist the body's normal process of removing damaged cells
FDA Approves Alzheimer’s Medication
On Monday, the FDA approved a new medication for the treatment of Alzheimer's disease. Dr. Kristina Zdanys and Dr. Yazeed Maghaydah, co-directors of the UConn Health James E.C. Walker Memory Assessment Program at the Center on Aging answer questions about this new treatment.
UConn School of Nursing Working to Fill the Need for Skilled Alzheimer’s, Dementia Care
Meeting the growing needs of people suffering from dementia - and their families
Study Seeks to Learn Why COVID-19 Is So Deadly for the Old
Research that will provide valuable insights about how vaccines affect immune systems