2013 Research Report (Part 7 of 12): Extracellular Aggregates

Posted by Iain Inkster on January 06, 2014 | SRF Research

University of Texas, Houston TX, and Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Harvard University, Boston MA Researchers: Sudhir Paul, Yasuhiro Nishiyama, Stephanie Planque (University of Texas); Brian O’Nuallain (Brigham and Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School)

2013 Research Report (part 6 of 12): Epimutations

Posted by Iain Inkster on December 05, 2013 | SRF Research

Albert Einstein College of Medicine (AECOM), Bronx NY Researchers: Jan Vijg, Silvia Gravina

2013 Research Report (Part 5 of 12): Lysosomal Aggregates

Posted by Iain Inkster on November 08, 2013 | SRF Research

Researchers: Pedro Alvarez, Jacques Mathieu, Jason Gaspar

2013 Research Report (part 4 of 12): Extracellular Matrix Stiffening

Posted by Iain Inkster on November 01, 2013 | SRF Research

Our arteries slowly stiffen with age, in substantial part because of chemical crosslinking of their structural proteins by blood sugar and other fuels in the circulation. Like the crosslinking that causes rubber windshield wipers to become stiff and brittle over time, the crosslinking of arterial proteins with age leaves us with increasingly rigid blood vessels...

2013 Research Report (part 3 of 12): Cancerous Cells

Posted by Iain Inkster on October 18, 2013 | SRF Research

Researchers: Haroldo Silva, David Halvorsen, Kelsey Moody, Thomas Hunt

2013 Research Report (part 2 of 12): Mitochondrial Mutations

Posted by Iain Inkster on October 09, 2013 | SRF Research

Researchers: Matthew O'Connor, Amutha Boominathan, Jayanthi Vengalam

2013 Research Report (part 1 of 12): Lysosomal Aggregates

Posted by Iain Inkster on September 01, 2013 | SRF Research

Researchers: Gouri Yogalingam, Ghezal Beliakoff, Ehud Goldin, Maximus Peto

Haroldo Silva: Lead OncoSENS Scientist Researches Telomere Lengthening and Cancer Pathways

Posted by Iain Inkster on July 01, 2013 | OncoSENS

Haroldo Silva explains why he joined OncoSENS team at the SRF Research Center and explains the role of telomere lengthening in cancer.

New Staff Spotlight: Ehud Goldin, PhD

Posted by Iain Inkster on June 07, 2013 | Degradation of A2E

Dr. Ehud Goldin has recently joined SENS Research Foundation as head of the Research Center’s A2E degradation project. His work will be to enable the lysosomes of retinal pigment epithelial cells to degrade A2E...