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overview Jeanne Y. Wei, M.D., Ph.D., Jackson T. Stephens Professor of Geriatrics, College of Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS), is Chair, Reynolds Department of Geriatrics & Executive Director of the Reynolds Institute on Aging (RIOA). Dr. Wei is board certified in internal medicine, geriatrics & cardiovascular medicine and sees patients in the Thomas and Lyon Longevity Clinic at RIOA. After obtaining M.D. and Ph.D. degrees from the University of Illinois, Dr. Wei completed an internal medicine residency and cardiology fellowship at the Johns Hopkins Hospital as well as a staff fellowship in Gerontology at NIH/NIA in Baltimore, MD. She then joined the faculty at Harvard Medical School and Beth Israel Hospital in Boston, and became director of the Division on Aging at Harvard and chief of the Gerontology Division Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center. In 2002, she joined the faculty at UAMS. She has received continuous NIH funding for more than 30 years. Her major research interests include the aging cardiovascular system. Dr. Wei has served on NIH peer review study sections, National Institute on Aging (NIA) and was chairman of the NIA Board of Scientific Counselors. In addition, she has served on advisory boards of research foundations, pharmaceutical companies and the FDA. She has published more than 200 scientific articles, served on multiple editorial boards and is a reviewer of 34 peer-review scientific journals. She has authored six books, including one geriatrics textbook, and AGING WELL: The Complete Guide to Physical and Emotional Health, a health guide for the general public. Jeanne has more than 35 years of experience in caring for patients, training future geriatricians and cardiologists, conducting geriatric and gerontological research, mentoring geriatric fellows and junior faculty members, and developing academic programs and initiatives. A gifted teacher, Dr. Wei received the 'Outstanding Clinical Educator Award' from Harvard Medical School in 2000 and the 'Outstanding Woman Faculty Award' from the UAMS College of Medicine in 2005. She is recognized nationally and internationally for her contributions to aging research.

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Academic Article Identification of a novel serum response factor cofactor in cardiac gene regulation.
Academic Article Model of functional cardiac aging: young adult mice with mild overexpression of serum response factor.
Academic Article Science fact and the SENS agenda. What can we reasonably expect from ageing research?
Academic Article Identification of a subunit of NADH-dehydrogenase as a p49/STRAP-binding protein.
Academic Article The expression of microRNA and microRNA clusters in the aging heart.
Academic Article Influence of African American elders' age stereotypes on their cardiovascular response to stress.
Academic Article Exposure to high or low glucose levels accelerates the appearance of markers of endothelial cell senescence and induces dysregulation of nitric oxide synthase.
Academic Article Clonally expanded mtDNA point mutations are abundant in individual cells of human tissues.
Concept Aging
Concept National Institute on Aging (U.S.)
Academic Article MicroRNA Clusters in the Adult Mouse Heart: Age-Associated Changes.
Academic Article Does p49/STRAP, a SRF-binding protein (SRFBP1), modulate cardiac mitochondrial function in aging?
Academic Article IGF-1 deficiency in a critical period early in life influences the vascular aging phenotype in mice by altering miRNA-mediated post-transcriptional gene regulation: implications for the developmental origins of health and disease hypothesis.
Academic Article Circulating IGF-1 deficiency exacerbates hypertension-induced microvascular rarefaction in the mouse hippocampus and retrosplenial cortex: implications for cerebromicrovascular and brain aging.
Academic Article p49/STRAP, a Serum Response Factor Binding Protein (SRFBP1), Is Involved in the Redistribution of Cytoskeletal F-Actin Proteins during Glucose Deprivation.
Academic Article Hydration health literacy in the elderly.
Grant Transcription Regulation in the Aging Heart
Grant HARVARD INSTITUTIONAL RESEARCH TRAINING PROGRAM ON AGING
Grant Arkansas Claude Pepper Older Americans Independence Center at UAMS
Grant BASIC MECHANISMS OF AGING AND AGE-RELATED DISEASES
Grant HARVARD NATHAN SHOCK CENTER IN BASIC BIOLOGY OF AGING
Grant Harvard Older Americans Independence Center
Grant HARVARD MENTORED CLINICAL SCIENTIST DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
Grant GERIATRIC RESEARCH AND TRAINING
Grant Sub-Contract with Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical Center: Myocardial Aging and Altered Transcription Regulation (PI Dr. Konstanti
Academic Article Creating the Next Generation of Translational Geroscientists.

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