CHUM Research Centre
Neuroendocrinology of aging laboratory, CHUM
Department of medicine, Université de Montréal
514 890-8000, ext. 23613
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Réseau québécois recherche sur le vieillissement (RQRV)
Infrastructure des colonies de rats âgées du RQRV
Banque d'échantillons biologiques de l'étude NuAge
Neuroendocrinology, pharmacology, aging and nutrition, cohort study, animal models of successful aging, peptidergic control of appetite, molecular and cellular aspects of peptidergic regulation, peptide metabolism, peptide chemistry.
Neuroendocrinology of aging, nutrition/aging interactions and renoprotection.
- To study the somatotroph function and the anterior pituitary growth hormone-releasing hormone (GHRH) receptor.
- To identify the central and peripheral, molecular and cellular mechanisms contributing to somatopause.
- To develop nutritional and hormonal interventions contributing to successful aging.
- To study the role of the a new GHRH receptor in the internal renal medulla.
Co-principal investigator of the NuAge Study on nutrition as a determinant of successful aging. FRSQ scholarship chercheur-boursier junior, senior and national.
Research program supported by CIHR and FRSQ.