Congratulations to Dr. David Bernlohr on his recent award!

David A. Bernlohr, PhD has received a notice of award for his competitive submission to the National Institute on Aging for a 4-year ($10,800,000) cooperative agreement (Midwest Murine—Tissue Mapping Center (MM—TMC) to develop and sustain collaborative projects that include other members of the Cellular Senescence Network (SenNet) Consortium. Objectives of this project include using high-throughput imaging and omics technologies to produce 3D human atlases of cellular senescence and contributing valuable data for the creation of an eventual searchable Atlas, which will provide a virtual resource for investigators to identify and share biospecimens across the SenNet. Dr. Bernlohr is the Distinguished McKnight Professor and Head of the Department of Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics (BMBB) and holds the Cargill Chair in Systems Biology of Human Metabolism, as well as a precept for in the Combined MD/PhD Training Program for Medical Scientists, and part of the graduate faculty for the PhD Program in Integrative Biology and Physiology.