Timothy A. Donlon

Timothy Donlon currently works at the Department of Cell and Molecular Biology , University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa. Timothy does research in Genetics, Biotechnology and Cancer Research. Their current project is '3D chromatin organization and gene expression'.

Discovery Of A “Gene Factory” For Human Longevity

Our genetic makeup is an important factor in lifespan determination. Lifespan is a polygenic trait, but few of the genes responsible have been discovered. FOXO3 was shown by Brad Willcox’s group in Hawaii a decade ago to be a longevity […]