Exposures to adversity accelerate molecular aging in the immune and central nervous systems
Monday, November 14, 2022 - 4:15pm
Schultz 107
Quantitative & Computational Biology
LSI - Genomics

Exposures to adversity, from social to environmental, increase the risk of many diseases associated with aging. In this talk, I will discuss my lab’s work in nonhuman primates examining the mechanisms through which adverse experiences alter our immune cells and brain, with a particular focus on how these experiences may even accelerate the aging process at the molecular level.

Noah Snyder-Mackler

More information about Prof. Snyder-Mackler and his lab may be found here:



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