UArizona Awarded $60 Million to Lead Precision Aging Network

Tuesday, October 5, 2021

The University of Arizona has been awarded a five-year $60 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to create and lead a Precision Aging Network that could transform the way we think about the aging brain.

The network will bring together researchers from across the country to better understand how and why people experience brain aging differently, with the ultimate goal of developing more effective treatments and interventions targeted to the individual.

UArizona physiology professor Meredith Hay, a BIO5 Institute member is one of the network's associate directors.

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