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Ming Xu

Assistant Professor of Genetics and Genome Sciences at UConn Center on Aging.

Dr. Ming Xu is an assistant professor at University of Connecticut Center on Aging Department of Genetics and Genome Sciences. His research interest involves the understanding of underlying mechanism of age and metabolism related tissue dysfunction and diseases and finding therapeutic targets for combating with these diseases. His education and research experience provided him with excellent research background including cellular and molecular biology, biochemistry and animal study. He received his bachelor degree of Biological Science from Fudan University, top 3 universities in China in 2004. After two years of experience in working embryonic stem (ES) cells as a research assistant, he came to University of Kansas Medical Center (KUMC) for his graduate study in 2006. As a predoctoral student, he mainly worked on metabolism using both animal and cell model and had several publications in different journals.

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Ming Xu News

Clearing out aged cells with senolytics can relieve jaw pain

University of Connecticut (UConn) - 07-Jul-2021

Senolytics for cartilage and bone regeneration in jaw joints, proven effective in mice

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Senolytics - Getting rid of faulty cells in body

Guardian - 02-Sep-2019

Aims to prolong the healthspan as well as the lifespan

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