Paul F. Glenn Centers for Aging Research

Glenn Center for Research on Aging

Glenn Center for Research on Aging

Salk Institute for Biological Sciences

The Glenn Center for Research on Aging at the Salk Institute was initially established in January 2009. Led by Salk professors Dr. Jan Karlseder and Martin Hetzer, the Center draws from 12 of Salk’s leading laboratories specializing in genetic analysis, stem cell biology and metabolism research to address the overarching goal of defining a healthy lifespan, or healthspan, and to answer one of the most elusive questions in biology: Is there a defined biological process of aging that is universal to all organisms?

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Glenn Center for Research on Aging