Michigan Biology of Cardiovascular Aging (M-BoCA) is a multidisciplinary science program focused on aging and cardiovascular disease that enhances collaborative research knowledge between established investigators, team members, and others whose work and interests closely relate. Educating and training junior faculty and future leaders to run cutting-edge research is at the heart of M-BoCA.


Program News

M-BoCA and the UM Claude D. Pepper Center have teamed up to award a total of $80k for future cardiovascular disease and aging research. The recipients of the 2017 seed grants are Drs. Kanakadurga Singer, MA, MD, Assistant Professor in Pediatrics and Communicable Diseases & Adam Stein, MD, Assistant Professor in Internal Medicine - Cardiology. Congratulations!

Dr. Richard Miller, MD, PhD, Professor of Pathology and Research Professor at the Institute of Gerontology will be presenting "Drugs that Slow Aging in Mice: the Search for Shared Mechanisms" as part of the M-BoCA Lecture Series. His talk will take place on Wednesday, June 21 from 4p-5p in the CVC LIbrary #2722K. Refreshments provided.