Vera Gorbunova, Ph.D. is a Doris Johns Cherry Professor of Biology and Medicine and is co-director of the University of Rochester Aging Research Center. Her research is focused on understanding the mechanisms of longevity and genome stability and on the studies of exceptionally long-lived mammals. Her work has received awards from the Ellison Medical Foundation, the Glenn Foundation, the American Federation for Aging Research, and the National Institutes of Health.

Featuring two outside speakers per year and at least two SMD faculty, the New Dean's Lectureship Series lectures will provide our faculty the chance to hear from both international experts and the best that SMD has to offer on a broad range of timely and interesting topics. The series was endowed by the George D. and Freida B. Abraham Foundation.

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