Project Title: Interferon-Induced Transmembrane Protein 3 (IFITM3) Regulates Thrombosis During Inflammation in Aging Project Period: 04/15/2019 – 03/31/2023
Project Period: 12/01/2017-11/30/2018 Grant number: P30DK020579 Original Sponsor: NIH Prime Sponsor: Washington University in Saint Louis
John David Symons R01HL141540 07/01/2018-05/31/2022 (4 years) NIH/NHLBI Title: Autophagy maintains vascular function through a novel glycolysis-linked pathway regulating eNOS Aging is inevitable and is the primary risk factor for developing cardiovascular disease. The molecular mechanisms that drive vascular dysfunction in the context of aging are incompletely understood. Our overall hypothesis is that the…
Evan Dale Abel, MD, PhD. at the University of Iowa and Andy Weyrich, PhD. at the University of Utah have been awarded a R61 entitled, “OPA1 an Estrogen-Mediated Modulator of Platelet Hyperactivation.”
Post-Doc Alec McKenzie, in Dr. Micah Drummond’s Lab, has recently received a NIH F31 NRSA Fellowship grant from the National Institute on Aging. The grant title is “Metformin to prevent inactivity-induced loss of muscle health during aging”.
News Release on “U of U Scientist winning NIH Grant” August 15, 2012 – U of U Scientists Win $16 Million NIH Grant to Research, Treat Blood Clots in People With Diabetes and Other Metabolic Disorders . click here to go to the article.