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Dan Eisenberg

Dan Eisenberg

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Associate Professor of Anthropology
Adjunct Associate Professor of Biology

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Dr. Eisenberg is a biological anthropologist who studies how evolution has shaped human biology and aging. Dan’s research is primarily on telomere biology and has principally been in collaboration with population-based studies in non-western contexts such as the Cebu Longitudinal Health and Nutrition Survey in the Philippines and the Tsimane’ Amazonian Panel Study in Bolivia. […]

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Daniel Promislow

Daniel Promislow

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Professor of Lab Medicine and Pathology
Professor of Biology

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Dr. Promislow studies natural genetic variation in aging and reproduction. His research is focused on aging in several systems – the fruit fly, companion dogs, and humans. He uses a diversity of approaches in his lab, including molecular and quantitative genetics, evolutionary theory, and systems biology to construct and analyze genetic and metabolomic networks. Among […]

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Hannele Ruohola-Baker

Hannele Ruohola-Baker

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Professor of Biochemistry
Adjunct Professor of Biology
Adjunct Professor of Genome Sciences

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Adult stem cell aging Dr. Ruohola-Baker’s laboratory studies the molecules and cellular properties that are required for stem cell states and their differentiation capacity. During the recent years the laboratory has shown that microRNAs and the HIF pathway play key roles in regulating adult and embryonic stem cell self-renewal in model organisms as well as […]

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