The Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies
Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies
FEATURED NEWS ITEMS:
Congratulations Biology of Aging Student and Glenn Fellow Brian Stoveken!
Brian Stoveken has been selected to participate in the 15th Annual St. Jude National Graduate Student Symposium (NGSS) to be held 28-31 March 2016, on the campus of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in Memphis,TN. Brian is one of only 44 student applicants out of the over 1,800 invited to apply nationwide who were selected by a faculty review committee.
Published in Aging Cell
Shane Rea, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Physiology
"Thidoredxin-2 Overexpression Fails to Rescue Chronic High Calorie Diet Induced Hippocampal Dysfunction"
Published in Experimental Neurology
Randy Strong, Ph.D., Professor of Pharmacology
The Barshop Institute is dedicated to the promotion of healthy aging for everyone. Its world-class scientific community of researchers and physicians seek discoveries to treat and ameliorate the underlying causes of aging, a cost-effective approach to broadly enhance the quality of later life. We invite you to explore our website to learn about the extraordinary work of our community of researchers and physicians.
- MitoQ Proprietary Antioxidant Selected For Study By National Institute of Aging’s Interventions Testing Program
- Baptist Health Foundation gives $1,050,000 for Alzheimer’s research
- San Antonio’s Barshop Institute wins two prestigious grants
- Silk fibers could one day help relieve dry mouth
- Fountain of youth? S.A. scientists testing breakthrough aging drug
- Spring 2016 Barshop Seminar Series Schedule of Speakers Spring 2016 Barshop Seminar Series Schedule of Speakers
- "The Many Consequences of Hip Fracture and Need for Multi-Modal Approaches to Post-Fracture Care: from Description to Intervention" Jay Magaziner PhD, MSHyg Barshop Institute Seminar for Wednesday February 10,2016
- Aging Research Seminar Barshop Series Seminar for Wednesday February 17, 2016
The Sam and Ann Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies
15355 Lambda Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78245
P: 210-562-6140 F: 210-562-6110