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NIH taps Tulane neuroscientist to lead effort to standardize research in genetic aging

19:00 EST 3 Dec 2019 | AAAS

(Tulane University) The National Institutes of Health awarded a $2.9 million grant to Tulane University neuroscientist Dr. Stacy Drury to lead a research network that will set methodological standards for studying a part of the chromosome that scientists increasingly recognize as an important biological marker of aging and age-related diseases.

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