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Tag: Oliver Medvedik

February 21, 2021
Join Dr. Oliver Medvedik at 12:00 Eastern, February 25th for the Journal Club livestreamed on our Facebook page. Researchers have discovered that mitochondria trigger cellular senescence through communication with the cell's nucleus and identified that a HDAC inhibitor, an FDA-approved drug, helped suppress the damaging effects of the condition in cells and mice. The discovery...
December 29, 2020
Journal Club returns on January 26th at 12 pm Eastern / 5 pm UK with host Dr. Oliver Medvedik and special guests Drs. Irina and Michael Conboy. They recently demonstrated that a neutral blood exchange was able to spur rejuvenation in the brain and reduce inflammation. Additionally they compared this approach with a known senolytic...
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December 10, 2020
The journal club is back for December and we will be discussing the new Sinclair lab paper where researchers have successfully rejuvenated the eyes of aged mice using cellular reprogramming. As some additional background, we recently covered the paper in an article on the news outlet which you can find here. Join us December 22nd...
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November 05, 2020
The Journal Club with Dr. Oliver Medvedik returns on November 24th at noon EST and will be livestreamed on our Facebook page. The topic this month will be a new study in which researchers have again demonstrated that it is possible to reverse aspects of aging in the old cells of a living animal, not...
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October 12, 2020
On Wednesday, October 28th at 1:00 PM EDT, Dr. Oliver Medvedik returns with the Journal Club live on our Facebook page; the topic this month is glucosepane breakers and a recent paper that takes a step forwards in making them a reality. The new research takes us a step close to finding ways to remove...
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September 25, 2020
Dr. Oliver Medvedik and the Journal Club will be returning on September 30th at 1:00 PM EDT live on our Facebook page. The topic for this month is going to be a new study that implicates an innate immune inflammatory protein in disease progression using mouse models. Innate immunity is associated with Alzheimer's disease, but...