The Paul F. Glenn Center for Biology of Aging Research

Fellows

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Fellows


The Paul F. Glenn Center for Biology of Aging Research supports postdoctoral associates and graduate students, termed Glenn Fellows, working in the laboratories of the Glenn Investigators, focusing on innovative questions that address the biology of aging.


  • Nausica Arnoult, PhD (Karlseder Laboratory)
    ‘Characterizing the first regulator of DNA repair pathway choice’
  • Ceyda Coruh, PhD (Law Laboratory)
    ‘Understanding the impact of chromatin environment on DNA repair pathway choice in the context of aging’
  • Daniel Garcia, PhD (Shaw Laboratory)
    In vivo analysis of the role and therapeutic potential of AMPK in aging’
  • Anna Merlo, PhD (Karlseder Laboratory)
    ‘Chromatin organization changes during human aging’
  • Marion Meunier, Graduate Student (Lundblad Laboratory)
    ‘Discovering the role of essential DNA replication proteins in controlling telomere length homeostasis and human aging’
  • Alejandro Ocampo, PhD (Belmonte Laboratory)
    ‘Amelioration of premature aging by tissue-specific cellular reprogramming’
  • Rachael Schwartz, PhD (Verma Laboratory)
    ‘Cellular senescence and chronic inflammation in aging: Understanding the role of natural killer cells in clearing senescent cells’
  • Lauren Shipp, PhD (Chalasani Laboratory)
    ‘Control of longevity by the nervous system’
  • Ming Zhou, PhD (Law Laboratory)
    ‘Functions of CLASSY family in controlling age-related DNA methylation patterns in Arabidopsis

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