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IMAGE considers how to get the best out of aging

Volunteers key part of research group’s efforts in chronic disease, disability


The aging process can lead to changes in the human body, but lifestyle choices can dictate the health of a person, especially when it comes to chronic disease and disabilities.
 
The IMAGE Group (Investigations in Metabolism, Aging, Gender and Exercise) consists of a team of Ph.D.s, medical doctors, post-doctoral fellows, nurses and research assistants who are committed to studying how appropriate interventions can lessen the impact of aging and prevent disease.
 
Established in 1999 by Wendy Kohrt, associate chief for research affairs, with a mission to become a national leader in aging research, the IMAGE Group is part of the CU School of Medicine on the Anschutz Medical Campus.
 
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