"The secret to longevity? Ask a yellow-bellied marmot" featured in the UCLA Newsroom
A recent study published in Nature Ecology & Evolutionary, "Hibernation slows epigenetic ageing in yellow-bellied marmots", is featured in the UCLA Newsroom.
Our own EEB Ph.D. fellow, Gabriela Pinho, lead author on the publication, along with EEB Professors, Robert Wayne and Dan Blumstein, as well as MCDB and C&SB Professor, Matteo Pellegrini's interesting research show that marmots essentially stop aging during the seven to eight months they spend hibernating each year.
For the full article, please visit UCLA Newsroom-"The secret to longevity? Ask a yellow-bellied marmot".