The Buck press room

We work with local, national, and international media to provide accurate information about the Buck Institute, our people, and our science. We are here to set up interviews, assist in developing story ideas, provide background materials, and arrange photo and video shoots.

Contact

Kris Rebillot
415-209-2080

Media Resources

FACT SHEETS

Annual Report 2019

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Buck Achievements

Buck Timeline and Achievements from 1999-2018
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Buck infographic

Buck essentials, at your fingertips
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Buck on Mt. Burdell

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Aerial view of Buck

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Photography & Video Guidelines

Photo & Video Guidelines for the Buck Institute for Research on Aging
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Buck atrium

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Front of Buck

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VIDEOS

Robust and Reproducible Interventions in Aging

Talk given at Rejuvenation Biotechnology 2016 by Dr. Gordon Lithgow, Professor and VP Academic Affairs at the Buck.
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Interventions in Aging and the Caenorhabditis Intervention Aging Program

Talk given at UTHSCSA Barshop Institute in 2016 by Dr. Gordon Lithgow, Professor and VP Academic Affairs at The Buck.
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Metabesity 2017: NAD Metabolism and Aging

Featuring Buck President and CEO, Eric Verdin, MD
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Eric Verdin, Buck Institute (The Longevity Forum 2018)

Buck President and CEO, Eric Verdin gives keynote speech "The Age of Ageing Research is Now" at the 2018 inaugural Longevity Forum in London.
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Webinar Series: A Celebration of 30 Years in Research on Aging

Six experts talk with the Buck about research and policy issues that affect all of us. The unique online conversations with leaders in the field are available for leisurely viewing.
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2019 Levy Family Community Seminar

This seminar featured a conversation with Buck professor Simon Melov. The topic: Exercise, a gateway drug for living longer
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How to live better longer: Buck faculty offer their own tips for healthy living

Recording of Feb 14, 2019 seminar on how to live better longer, featuring four of our faculty members who really practice what they preach.
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2018 Levy Family Community Seminar

This seminar featured a conversation with Buck professor Judy Campisi, an internationally-recognized expert on cellular senescence. The topic: Inflammation and aging.
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NAD Metabolism and Aging

Buck CEO Eric Verdin goes to London to address the World Congress on Targeting Metabesity (metabolism-rooted disorders). Here is his presentation on NAD Metabolism and Aging.
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Buck Bite of Science: The Ellerby Lab

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San Francisco ABC affiliate covers Buck research on Vitamin D

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Dr. Rhonda Patrick talks to Buck CEO Eric Verdin about the science of the ketogenic diet

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The BBC’s “Click” program tackles longevity research – and the Buck is in it

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More details on research that shows 500% lifespan extension in C. elegans: Researchers gave the worms the huge leap in lifespan when they engineered mutations in two different cellular pathways known to influence aging and lifespan. #livebetterlonger https://www.buckinstitute.org/news/more-details-on-500-lifespan-extension-highlight-bucks-role-in-moving-science-forward/

Boosting #mTORC2 in aging flies ⬆ #autophagy and restores heart function almost completely. Flies with overexpressed mTORC2 also had longer #lifespan #livebetterlonger https://zurl.co/xR7L

"Mitochondrial failure is a feature of many neurodegenerative disorders and something that must be corrected if neurons are to survive" says Dr. Ronald Davis from @ScrippsFlorida. New screening tech can help us find new ways to do this! #livebetterlonger https://zurl.co/SXoD

When it comes to familial #frontotemporaldementia, nature can beat genetics. Staying active both physically and mentally provides resilience even in those with a strong family history of the disease. #livebetterlonger https://zurl.co/25OG

Here’s what’s happening

Upcoming events at the Buck

Ongoing

Formal Research Seminars

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Model Organism Camp

Designed for students ages 12–14 years old.

Brain Camp

Designed for students ages 10–12 years old

Buck Research Immersion Program

For high school students entering grades 10-12