JAX Postdoc receives BrightFocus fellowship to advance Alzheimer’s research

The Jackson Laboratory postdoc researcher Niran Hadad, Ph.D., has pursued aging research throughout most of his career. Now his singular focus is being rewarded with a unique fellowship.

Hadad works in the laboratory of JAX Associate Professor Catherine Kaczorowski, Ph.D. He says that he has long been fascinated with the science of aging, and working at JAX was a move that has roots in his graduate school days. During his Ph.D. work in Oklahoma, he spoke with a JAX scholar at an aging research conference and was immediately interested in the lab. Read more

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