2015 Year in Review

2015 in images. Image Credit SAGE

What an exciting year it has been!  This year SAGE said goodbye to our original editors Karen Ring and Rob O’Brien, both of whom have moved on to fantastic new science jobs, while welcoming four new co-editors.  We have continued to maintain our variety of fantastic writers.  In 2016 we will continue to bring you the most interesting new developments in the field of aging research; 2016 looks to be another year full of interesting stories, insightful interviews and even a few surprises.  Looking back at 2015 we share with you our most viewed blogs from the year.  If you missed reading one, we highly recommend you take a moment to catch-up.  Happy New Year!

1) Age: It’s All in Your Blood

2) Food For Thought: Is diet-induced Alzheimer’s disease Type 3 Diabetes?

3) Who Funds Basic Research in Aging in the US?

4) New Publication: MTOR Regulates the Pro-tumorigenic Senescence-associated Secretory Phenotype by Promoting IL1A Translation

5) Interview with Dr. Alicia Kowaltowski: How Diet Affects Energy Metabolism

6) “SAGE Advice” for Postdocs on How to get a Job in Industry from Dr. Tom Novak of Cellular Dynamics

7) Amyloid-beta and Alzheimer’s disease

8) Stem Cells Get Old Too…

9) Ethical Implications of Human Genetic Engineering

10) Geroscience Course: Cellular Senescence and Aging