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The results of a recent Pagano Lab study “suggest that targeting TSP1, CD47, or Nox1 could delay or reverse cellular senescence in the endothelium, which could help improve the quality of life for the growing aging population.” (Source)
Meijles DN, Sahoo S, al Ghouleh I, Amaral JH, Bienes-Martinez R, Knupp HE, Attaran S, Sembrat JC, Nouraie SM, Rojas MM, Novelli EM, Gladwin MT, Isenberg JS, Cifuentes-Pagano E, Pagano PJ. The matricellular protein TSP1 promotes human and mouse endothelial cell senescence through CD47 and Nox1. Sci. Signal. 10, eaaj1784 (2017).
Congratulations Ana for winning a judged poster presentation award at the Council on Hypertension ! A very significant achievement!!
Congratulations, Ana! Graduate Student Anastasia Gorelova is the recipient of the Ignarro Award for a second consecutive year.
Congratulations Yao! Dr. Li was awarded an AHA Fellowship entitled ” Nox in Aging”
Congratulations Patrick Pagano who received the 2015-2016 Distinguished Mentor Award given by the Biomedical Graduate Student Association!
Read Dr. Pagano’s Mentorship Philosophy:
“Holism and the Wonder of Science”