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Mayo Clinic

Non-profit American academic medical center focused on health care, education, and research

Mayo Clinic is the first and largest integrated, not-for-profit medical group practice in the world. Doctors from every medical specialty work together to care for patients, joined by common systems and a philosophy of "the needs of the patient come first."​ More than 3,800 physicians and scientists and 50,900 allied health staff work at Mayo Clinic, which has sites in Rochester, Minn., Jacksonville, Fla., and Scottsdale/Phoenix, Ariz. Mayo Clinic also serves over 70 communities through Mayo Clinic Health System with locations in MN, IA, and WI. Collectively, these locations care for more than 1 million people each year

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Jason Howland

Mayo Clinic reporter

Bob Nellis (Robert Nellis)

Communication Manager at Mayo Clinic

Saranya Wyles

Dermatologist and Assistant Professor of Regenerative Medicine at Mayo Clinic

Julie Allickson

Director of Mayo Clinic's Center for Regenerative Medicine

Scott L. Nyberg

Transplant Surgeon at Mayo Clinic.

Katherine Zeratsky

Specialty editor for the nutrition and healthy eating guide at Mayo Clinic

James Kirkland

Researcher on different aging related diseases.

Yi Zhu

Assistant Professor at Mayo Clinic.

Joao Passos

Associate Professor at Mayo Clinic.

Yogish Kudva

Endocrinologist and Diabetes researcher at Mayo Clinic.

Sundeep Khosla

Doctor in Rochester, Minnesota

Eduardo Chini

Professor of Pharmacology and Anaesthesiology at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota

Jordan D. Miller

Researcher in the Division of Cardiovascular Surgery at Mayo Clinic.

Robin Patel

President of the American Society of Microbiology and Professor of Individualized Medicine at Mayo Clinic.

Darren Baker

Molecular biologist at Mayo Clinic.

Jan van Deursen

Professor of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and Professor of Pediatrics at The Mayo Clinic.

Donald Hensrud

Mayo Clinic Preventative Medicine Division Chair.

Yonas E. Geda

Associate Professor of Neurology & Psychiatry at College of Medicine, Mayo Clinic.

Paul Friedman

Cardiac Electrophysiologist and Cardiologist at Mayo Clinic.

Francisco Lopez-Jimenez

Doctor of Cardiovascular Medicine at Mayo Clinic.

Mayo Clinic News

CD38 inhibitor increases lifespan and fitness in male mice (LEAF) - 05-Apr-2022

New anti-ageing approach to ramp up NAD levels and life extension


Oral senolytics boosts geroprotective protein in mice and humans

Mayo Clinic - 15-Mar-2022

Dasatinib+Quercetin restores a-klotho protein, which could combat ageing and disease in older people


Mayo Clinic is excited to collaborate with NaNotics for cancer treatment

Business Wire - 04-Jan-2022

Ultra-low toxicity NaNots could have a wide variety of applications


Senolytic drugs improved survival rates in coronavirus-infected mice

SENS Research Foundation - 07-Oct-2021

Boosts immune response by clearing senescent cells; a potential treatment for COVID-19 in humans


Whole-body senescent cell removal improved brain health in mice (LEAF) - 22-Jan-2021

Senolytic drug and cancer drug with quercetin improved age-related cognition


New research with senolytics shows promising results

Longevity Technology - 25-Aug-2020

Senolytic research is in its nascent stage but no reason why one shouldn't be hopeful


Hormone in bone restores memory and ability to exercise in old mice

Guardian - 04-Jul-2020

Exercising regularly increases this hormone and benefits muscle and brain


Here's why you should consume MUFAs

Mayo Clinic - 28-Apr-2020

Monounsaturated fatty acid lower the risk of heart disease and diabetes


Comprehensive history and explanation of senescent cells

The Scientist - 01-Mar-2020

Including the latest on clinical trials of first-generation senolytics


Senolytics and their impact on anti-ageing

Technology Networks - 19-Sep-2019

Once more confirmed, senolytics reduce senescent cells by that preventing their effect of ageing


Senolytics - Getting rid of faulty cells in body

Guardian - 02-Sep-2019

Aims to prolong the healthspan as well as the lifespan


Dog ownership linked to fewer cardiovascular risk factors

U.S. News & World Report - 23-Aug-2019

Man's best friend - a loving companion for mind and heart


AI can spot past atrial fibrillation even in a normal ECG

BBC - 02-Aug-2019

Warns the doctors about rhythm abnormalities that went undetected


Non-pharmacological ways to reduce risk of MCI

Medical News Today - 20-Jul-2019

Does playing computer games at old age have an additive effect on MCI?


DNA nanorobot can target breast cancer cells for destruction - 05-Jun-2019

Lowering the levels of HER2 slows cancer cell proliferation and triggers cell death


Senolytics for IPF human clinical trial results released (LEAF) - 07-Jan-2019

Physical improvements recorded, but pulmonary function was unchcanged


Senescent cells: short safety trial on humans successful

Science Daily - 07-Jan-2019

Next step is to go to an actual large-scale human trial


Fisetin destroys senescent cells, but safe dosage not determined yet (LEAF) - 26-Dec-2018

Includes table of fisetin content in range of fruits and vegetables


Fisetin's potential to become the first line senolytic pill

Josh Mitteldorf Blog - 23-Oct-2018

Mice fed with fisetin diets lived much longer


Senolytics staves off dementia in mice

Guardian - 19-Sep-2018

Killing of senescent (aging) brain cells with an enzyme stopped the progress of dementia


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