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The MAYO CLINIC

The Paul F. Glenn Center for Biology of Aging Research at the Mayo Clinic is a consortium of laboratories and scientists sponsored by the GFMR that are conducting research to understand the biology that governs normal human aging and its related physiological decline, with the objective of developing interventions that will extend the human healthspan. The long-term objective of the Glenn Center for Biology of Aging Research at the Mayo Clinic is to advance research on the basic biology of SNCs and the mechanisms by which these cells contribute to aging-related physiological decline and the development of age-related diseases. Current members of the Glenn Center for Biology of Aging Research at the Mayo Clinic focus on a series of fundamental key open questions regarding in vivo senescence that have been difficult to address due to the rarity of in vivo.