Nathan Shock Center On Aging
Oklahoma Nathan Shock Center On Aging

3 major research institutions in Oklahoma City working in tandem to offer innovative services and aid in the development of young investigators in the field of Aging Research.

Seminars
Seminars

Sarah Ocanas, PhD from the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, October 12, 2022 at 1:00pm CST (Wileman Auditorium)

Awards & Grants
Pilot Project Awards

2021-2022 pilot award recipients receive $109,455 in total funding. (9) external projects and (2) internal projects funded.

Symposium
Symposium

2023 GeroScience Symposium
MONDAY, APRIL 3, 2023
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK

Cell non-autonomous mechanisms of aging: Crosstalk between the periphery and the brain

Keynote: Tony Wyss-Coray, Ph.D. from Standford University

previous arrow
next arrow
Slide
REGISTRATION OPEN

2024 Oklahoma Geroscience Symposium
April 11, 2024

Slide
TRAVEL AWARDS

Applications for travel awards for the
2024 Oklahoma Geroscience Symposium are now available
Click here to apply!

Slide
POSTER ABSTRACTS

Poster abstract submissions for the
2024 Oklahoma Geroscience Symposium are now being accepted
Click here to submit your abstract!

previous arrow
next arrow

Bridging Oklahoma's Leading Research Institutes

Bridging Oklahoma's Leading Research Institutes

The Oklahoma Nathan Shock Center on Aging integrates aging research across the three major research institutions in Oklahoma City.  Those institutes include University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, the Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation, and the Oklahoma City VA Health Care System.  

Our Cores

Innovative services, ranging from protein turnover to single cell transcriptomics, made available to junior researchers focused on aging biology.

Join the Conversation #OKNathanShock

The  Oklahoma Nathan Shock Center

of Excellence in Aging Research

940 Stanton L Young Blvd, Ste 853

Oklahoma City, OK 73104

© 2023 Oklahoma Nathan Shock Center on Aging

Privacy Policy | Terms of Use