Sci. Aging Knowl. Environ., 18 December 2002
Matt Kaeberlein fermented a breakthrough in the genetics of yeast aging. His next feat: starting a biotech firm
Abstract: Biologist Matt Kaeberlein has never quite managed to blend into the ranks. He was first to graduate in his class at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, completing his Ph.D. in a mere 4 years and 3 months. During that time, he helped pinpoint the central gene that controls aging in brewer's yeast. Now, at the age of 31, he is vice president, as well as a co-founder, of biotech start-up Longenity.
Citation: I. Chen, Rookie Rising. Science's SAGE KE (18 December 2002), http://sageke.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/sageke;2002/50/nf16
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