Y-Age Faculty

Dixit

Murat Acar, PhD

Systems biology of single-cell aging

Arnsten

Amy F. T. Arnsten, PhD

Aging of the primate cortex with a focus on molecular changes that confer vulnerability to degeneration

Bergwitz

Clemens Bergwitz, MD

Phosphate metabolism and homeostasis in aging

Weissman

Allon Canaan, PhD

Aging and longevity in mice deficient in the diubiquitin homolog FAT10

Chang

Sandy Chang, MD, PhD

Mechanisms of telomere maintenance and how telomere dysfunction leads to onset of premature aging syndromes and cancer.

Dixit

Vishwa Deep Dixit, DVM, PhD

Metabolic and immune system interactions in aging and age-related chronic diseases

Gill

Thomas M. Gill, MD

Functional assessment, epidemiology and prevention of disability of older persons

Hammerlund

Marc Hammarlund, PhD

Cellular mechanisms of neuronal aging and their functional consequences

Horvath

Tamas Horvath, DVM, PhD

Neuroendocrine and metabolic regulation of aging and neurodegeneration

Iwasaki

Akiko Iwasaki, PhD

Age-related decline of antiviral immunity

Weissman

Min-Jong Kang, MD, PhD, MPH

Mitochondrial regulation of innate immunity in pulmonary aging and disease

Lee, Patty

Patty J. Lee, MD

Innate immune and oxidant mechanisms in the pathogenesis of age-related lung diseases

Medzhitov

Ruslan Medzhitov, PhD

Analysis of aging-associated decline in homeostasis and defense

Montgomery

Ruth Montgomery, PhD

Effects of aging on innate immune responses

Petersen

Kitt Petersen, MD

Physiological regulation of metabolism in human aging

Shadel

Gerald Shadel, PhD

Mitochondria and associated stress-signaling pathways in aging, disease and the immune system

    

Shaw

Albert Shaw, MD, PhD

Mechanisms underlying age-dependent functional decline in the immune system

Shulman

Gerald Shulman, MD, PhD, FACP, MACE

In vivo assessment of mitochondrial function with aging

Strittmatter

Stephen Strittmatter, MD, PhD

Pathophysiological action of amyloid-beta (Aß) peptide oligomers at synapses in Alzheimer's Disease, and on the role of secreted Progranulin in Fronto-Temporal Dementia.

Weissman

Sherman Weissman, MD

Aging and longevity in mice deficient in the diubiquitin homolog FAT10

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Yale Center for
Research on Aging (Y-Age)

Director:  Gerald S. Shadel, Ph.D. 

Coordinator:  Corinne Brewi

email: aging.research@yale.edu

Yale School of Medicine 
Department of Pathology 
PO Box 208023  
New Haven, CT 06520 
Tel: 203.737.2517 
Fax: 203.785.3583