Dr. Steve Horvath, revisits 29 papers he co-authored that were published by Aging (Aging-US) and featured as a special collection of his research.
Aging (Aging-US) Authors
Dr. Cristina Aguayo-Mazzucato from Beta Cell Aging Lab, Joslin Diabetes Center, Harvard Medical School, discusses an editorial she co-authored that was published by Aging (Aging-US) in Volume 14, Issue 11, entitled, “Biological age in diabetes and precision medicine.”
Behind the Study: Facial Expression Recognition Predicts Neuropsychiatric Symptoms of Dementia
Dr. Liang-Kung Chen details a research paper he co-authored that was published by Aging (Aging-US) in Volume 14, Issue 3, entitled, “Predicting neuropsychiatric symptoms of persons with dementia in a day care center using a facial expression recognition system.”
Drs. Alex Zhavoronkov and Frank Pun discuss, in detail, their recently published research paper, “Hallmarks of aging-based dual-purpose disease and age-associated targets predicted using PandaOmics AI-powered discovery engine.”
Video Transcript: mTOR-Driven Aging and Rapamycin with Mikhail Blagosklonny and Dennis Mangan [SHORT VERSION]
Dennis Mangan and Dr. Mikhail Blagosklonny discuss how Dr. Blagosklonny’s cancer research led him to the study of aging, whether rapamycin is the most important anti-aging intervention currently available, his skepticism about metformin as an anti-aging drug, and more.
Dennis Mangan from MTOR LLC in Bakersfield, California details his theory article published by Aging (Aging-US), entitled, “Iron: an underrated factor in aging.”
Aging Editorial Board member Andrei V. Gudkov, PhD, DSci, discusses his 2017 research paper published by Aging, entitled, “p16(Ink4a) and senescence-associated β-galactosidase can be induced in macrophages as part of a reversible response to physiological stimuli.”
Dr. Velia Fowler and Dr. Catherine Cheng discuss a 2019 research paper they co-authored that was published by Aging (Aging-US), entitled, “Age-related changes in eye lens biomechanics, morphology, refractive index and transparency.”
Researchers discuss their 2019 study published by Aging, entitled, “Conclusions from a behavioral aging study on male and female F2 hybrid mice on age-related behavior, buoyancy in water-based tests, and an ethical method to assess lifespan.”
Dr. Dale Bredesen from UCLA describes his research that was published by Aging (Aging-US) in 2020, entitled, “Alzheimer’s disease as a systems network disorder: chronic stress/dyshomeostasis, innate immunity, and genetics.”