A federal grant to MDI Biological Laboratory scientist, Aric Rogers, Ph.D., is cited is this article on the growth of the anti-aging industry.
MDI Biological Laboratory scientist Voot Yin, Ph.D. was recently profiled in the regeneration issue of Scholastic Pathways student magazine. The issue was sponsored by the National Institute of General Medical Sciences, which supports research at the MDI Biological Laboratory.
Research conducted by Sandra Rieger, Ph.D., at the MDI Biological Laboratory is the subject of this article on peripheral neuropathy. Rieger is now at the University of Miami.
The MDI Biological Laboratory has announced that the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services has awarded a grant in the amount of $373,500 per year for five years to Aric Rogers to support his research on the cellular and molecular mechanisms governing aging.
A new paper by MDI Biological Laboratory scientists Jarod Rollins and Aric Rogers describes the mechanisms by which longevity is regulated post-transcriptionally, or after a genetic blueprint has been transcribed from an organism’s DNA. The identification of these mechanisms could serve as a road map for screening new, more specific drugs to prolong healthy lifespan.
A new paper by MDI Biological Laboratory scientists Jarod Rollins, Ph.D., and Aric Rogers, Ph.D., on the cellular mechanisms regulating aging is featured in this article serving the German pharmaceutical industry.
Christopher Sighinolfi joined the board of trustees for The MDI Biological Laboratory.
Sighinolfi is a managing director in U.S. Equity Research at Jefferies.
A paper published by MDI Biological Laboratory scientists Jarod Rollins, Ph.D., and Aric Rogers, PhD describes how longevity is managed in the cell.
The subject of this article in a French publication for doctors is a new paper by MDI Biological Laboratory scientists Jarod Rollins, Ph.D., and Aric Rogers, Ph.D., that describes the mechanisms by which longevity is regulated in the cell.