The purpose of the South Texas Aging Registry and Repository (STARR) is to collect health information, blood and specimens to store for future research purposes. We want to learn more about how to improve the health and quality of life of older adults. We are also working to learn how genes affect the way a person ages or how aging influences genes and the cells they affect.
You know that exercise is good for your health, but have you ever wondered why? We’re looking for men and women who are 18 years of age and older to participate in our MoTrPAC research study.
We invite you to complete an online survey on women’s health and aging! Our goal is to learn more about how best to promote healthy aging among women by looking at a number of factors related to women’s health and aging, including social, lifestyle, and environmental factors.
Looking for participants who are 60 and older, overweight, and have borderline diabetes. We want to evaluate the effect of the FDA approved medication dapagliflozin on the reduction of cellular damage, pro-inflammatory cells of aging and other known markers of biological aging.
The purpose of this study is to evaluate if if the drug, Rapamycin, will reach the brain and effectively treat symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and mild cognitive impairment using cerebrospinal fluid.