Cellular stress and disease

Life happens. How does it affect our cells?

Our focus is aging

Toxic stress takes a toll on our minds, bodies, and emotions — and on the molecules that make up our cells. However, stress is also key for survival and can even be good for us in some circumstances. What are the mechanisms that cells use to deal with (or even benefit from) stress? How is toxic stress linked to disease? And what can we do to ameliorate it? Molecular stress comes in many forms, and most Buck labs include it in their portfolios.

Julie Andersen, PhD

Professor
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Martin Brand, PhD

Professor
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Judith Campisi, PhD

Professor
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Pankaj Kapahi, PhD

Professor
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Simon Melov, PhD

Professor
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Kai Zhou, PhD

Buck Fellow
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Lisa Ellerby, PhD

Professor
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Jennifer Garrison, PhD

Assistant Professor
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Pejmun Haghighi, PhD

Professor
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Brian K. Kennedy, PhD

Professor
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Gordon Lithgow, PhD

Professor, Chief Academic Officer
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Arvind Ramanathan, PhD

Assistant Professor
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