German newspaper Die Zeit has published an article describing the groundbreaking research of NOMIS Distinguished Scientist Tony Wyss-Coray, professor of neurology and neurological sciences at Stanford University, and Steve Horvath, professor of human genetics and biostatistics at UCLA. Their research shows how the biological age of cells can be told — and in some cases influenced — by observing and employing epigenetic processes.
The article (“Die Jugend steckt im Blut”) was published in the Mar. 5, 2017 edition of Die Zeit.
NOMIS is supporting Wyss-Coray’s continued research into identifying the circulatory factors that influence aging and using those factors to rejuvenate the aging or degenerated brain.