Boston University Medicine, Winter 2022 Issue

Page 10 spotlights a CReM trainee and PhD Candidate in the Gouon-Evans Lab, Elissa Everton.

Page 14 congratulates George Murphy, PhD, for receiving a 2021 Healthy Longevity Catalyst Award for his project “Deciphering Mechanisms of Disease Resistance and Longevity in Centenarians.”

The page 18 cover story showcases Boston University’s longest-running, federally funded training program that began in 1975 and has been refunded through its 50th year.

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