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  • Nobel laureate, Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn accepts the Paola S. Timiras Award for Aging Research presented by CREA

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    Nobel laureate, Dr. Elizabeth Blackburn accepts
    the Paola S. Timiras Award for Aging Research
    from Dr. George Brooks and Steven A. Garan
    Dr. Blackburn gives lecture on telomeres and
    their role in aging at CREA.
    Dr. Blackburn photographed with CREA's chairman
    Dr. George Brooks, director of Bioinformatics
    Steven A. Garan and CREA's lab members

  • CREA uses the Center for Research and Education in Aging Language (CREAL) to simulate glucose passage and absorption through the gastrointestinal tract and subsequent modulation of insulin and glucagon secretion in humans (LINK)

  • CREA develops a language for describing biological systems from a macro to a molecular scale (LINK)

  • (UC Berkeley) Postmenopausal women benefit from endurance training as much as younger women. (LINK)

  • (UC Berkeley) Dr. George A. Brooks, Ph.D., Professor in the Department of Integrative Biology at the University of California, Berkeley, has accepted the chairmanship of the Center for Research and Education on Aging (CREA).

  • (UC Berkeley) Steven A. Garan, Researcher,
    Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, Berkeley,
    has accepted post the of director of bioinformatics at the
    University of California, Berkeley, Center for Research and Education on Aging (CREA).