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Research Development

The Research Development Core provides support for researchers nation- and world-wide, most often junior faculty, to develop pilot data to aid in new project and career development.  This is assisted by granting of competitive awards for pilot project support for studies in the basic biology of aging, using the key resources provided by our Resource Cores. Successful pilot projects will capitalize on the strengths of our four Resource Cores and awardees will be mentored by a senior investigator in the biology of aging. The Pilot Project program will be actively advertised and applications solicited nation-wide. The great majority of awards have been, and will continue to be made to investigators outside our region.

Core Personnel: This Core is directed by Dr. Dave Marcinek and Dr. Jessica Young.

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Geropathology Workshop

The UW Nathan Shock Center of Excellence in Basic Biology of Aging is hosting the UW Geropathology virtual workshop on both Tuesday, May 7 and Friday, May 10, from 10 AM- 2 PM PST. We will focus on the oral geropathology of two mouse strains (C57BL/6 and CB6F1) on Tuesday and oral geropathology of Rhesus macaques on […]

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