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In the Aging Bone and Muscle Program, investigators from multiple disciplines investigate the links between bone and muscle wasting and fundamental cellular processes in aging.
Investigators in the Cellular Senescence Program study the basic biology of aging, with the goal of preventing or reversing conditions associated with aging and improving the health span.
The Healthy Aging and Independent Living Program designs, prototypes and pilots new services and technologies to help keep older adults healthy and independent as long as possible.
The Regenerative Medicine and Aging Program develops new technologies to replace damaged cells with healthy cells and studies why cell and organ transplant is less effective in older adults.
The Translation and Pharmacology Program Supports research in geriatric medicine, accelerated aging model samples and therapeutic drug targets.
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