Funds available for aging research

The Nathan Shock Center for the Biology of Aging is making subsidy funds available to help U-M faculty members purchase services from the university’s family of research resource cores. These funds can be used to help pay for up to 50 percent of costs at any U-M core that has published user fees or recharge rates. These cores include:

  • Metabolomics and Obesity Center
  • Protein Structure Facility
  • DNA Sequencing Core
  • Center for Molecular Imaging
  • Center for Chemical Genomics
  • Affymetrix and DNA Microarray Core
  • shRNA Library Core

The research project must address questions related to the physiology, cell biology, genetics or molecular biology of aging. For detailed information, visit