Pincus Lab publishes a paper in eLife

The Pincus Lab published a paper in eLife, “Global, cell non-autonomous gene regulation drives individual lifespan among isogenic C. elegans.” Holly Kinser, a former grad student in the lab, is lead author on the paper. Zach Pincus, PhD,¬†Assistant...

Zach Pincus receives first R01 award

Zach Pincus, Ph.D., Assistant Professor in the Department of Genetics at Washington University School of Medicine, received his first R01 grant from National Institutes of Health. His project, “Discover Determinants of Individual Lifespan and Health,” will...