The Laboratory for Endocrinology, Aging and Disease (LEAD) focuses on understanding the endocrinology of aging as elaborated upon in ‘The Reproductive–Cell Cycle Theory of Aging’. Research examines the pivotal role of reproductive hormones in regulating embryogenesis, maintenance of adult tissues and age-related diseases, and the translation of these basic findings into therapies and diagnostic/prognostic tests.
- Joined ERP Program: 2005
- Teaching – Animal Sciences 875: Endocrine Physiology
- Leader, Biomarker Core NIH NIA P50 AG033514 05/01/09 – 04/30/14 Wisconsin Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center
- CoI NIH NIA 04/01/07 – 03/31/12 Wisconsin Registry for Alzheimer’s Prevention
- PI Department of Medicine 07/01/10 – 6/30/11 Multi-Locus Interactions in the Steroidogenic Pathway Predict Alzheimer’s Disease
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