Interviews with Outstanding Authors

Outcomes Observed in 3-Year Follow-Up Study Using Werner Syndrome Registry

Dr. Masaya Koshizaka from Chiba University details a research paper he co-authored that was published by Aging (Aging-US) in Volume 15, Issue 9: “Renal dysfunction, malignant neoplasms, atherosclerotic cardiovascular diseases, and sarcopenia as key outcomes observed in a three-year follow-up study using the Werner Syndrome Registry.”

DOI - https://doi.org/10.18632/aging.204681

RNA Virus Changes in Oxygen Consumption in Drosophila Melanogaster Males

Dean Bunnell, PhD candidate from the Department of Biological Sciences at the University of Alabama, describes a research paper he co-authored that was published by Aging (Aging-US) in Volume 15, Issue 6, entitled, “RNA virus-mediated changes in organismal oxygen consumption rate in young and old Drosophila melanogaster males.”

DOI - https://doi.org/10.18632/aging.204593

Dual-Purpose Therapeutic Targets in Aging & Glioblastoma Multiforme

Geoffrey Leung and Dr. Doris Leung from Insilico Medicine Hong Kong Ltd. detail a research paper they co-authored that was published by Aging (Aging-US) in Volume 15, Issue 8, "Identification of dual-purpose therapeutic targets implicated in aging and glioblastoma multiforme using PandaOmics - an AI-enabled biological target discovery platform.”

DOI - https://doi.org/10.18632/aging.204678

Aging and Memory Altered in Neurons or Glia of Flies

Ariel K. Frame, PhD candidate in the Neuroscience program at Western University, London, Canada, discusses a research paper he co-authored that was published by Aging (Aging-US) in Volume 15, Issue 4, entitled, “Aging and memory are altered by genetically manipulating lactate dehydrogenase in the neurons or glia of flies.”

DOI - https://doi.org/10.18632/aging.204565