Journal

AGE: Journal of the American Aging Association

AGE Journal
The Official Journal of the American Aging Association
Editor-in-Chief: Donald K. Ingram, PhD
ISSN: 0161-9152 (print version);    
ISSN: 1574-4647 (electronic version)
Springer Netherlands

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AGE is a quarterly, international, peer-reviewed journal that publishes articles related to research in the biology of aging and research on biomedical applications that impact aging. The scope of articles to be considered include evolutionary biology, biophysics, genetics, genomics, proteomics, molecular biology, cell biology, biochemistry, endocrinology, immunology, physiology, pharmacology, neuroscience, and psychology.

Articles concerning clinical studies will also be considered if the results relate to underlying biological mechanisms of aging. Such studies should reflect more than issues related to the care and treatment of geriatric patients. Papers concerned with social, economic, and political issues of aging will generally not be considered unless they relate directly to biomedical gerontology.

In addition to manuscripts emerging from original research, the journal actively solicits research reviews of important topics in biomedical gerontology. Other types of manuscripts are also acceptable, such as commentaries, debates, and meeting reports. 

The Journal will publish 4 issues per year and will be available online to current Association scientific members.  Lay members and student members can purchase online subscriptions for $30 per year.  The printed version of the journal is available to all members for an additional $50 per year.  Review complete membership benefits here.

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EDITORIAL BOARD

  • David Allison, Univ. of Alabama, USA
  • Arthur Balin, AGE, USA
  • Andrzej Bartke, Southern Illinois University, USA
  • Paula Bickford, Univ. of South Florida, USA
  • Vilhelm Bohr, NIH/NIA USA
  • Aubrey de Grey, SENS Foundation, UK
  • Richard Faragher,Univ. of Brighton, UK
  • Robert Floyd, Univ. of Oklahoma, USA
  • Michael Forster, Univ. of North Texas School of Medicine, USA
  • Michael Fossel, Michigan State University, USA
  • John Holloszy, Washington Univ., USA
  • Donna Holmes, Univ. of Idaho, USA
  • Tom Johnson, Univ. of Colorado, USA
  • Mathias Jucker, University of Tübingen, Germany
  • Kenichi Kitani, National Institute for Longevity Science, Japan
  • Edward Lakatta, NIH/NIA, USA
  • Christiaan Leeuwenburgh, Univ. of Florida, USA
  • Moshen Meydani, Tufts University, USA
  • Janko Nikolich-Zugich, Oregon Health Sciences Univ., USA
  • Mary Ann Ottinger, Univ. of Maryland, USA
  • Suresh Rattan, Univ. of Aarhus, Denmark
  • Holly Van Remmen, Univ. of Texas, US
  • George Roth, NIH/NIA, USA
  • Isao Shimokawa, Nagasaki Univ., Japan
  • Barbara Shukitt-Hale, Tufts Univ., USA
  • Earl Stadtman, NHLI, USA
  • Panayiotis D. Tsitouras, Kronos Longevity Research Institute, USA
  • Mary Lou Voytko, Wake Forest Univ. School of Medicine, USA
  • Richard Weindruch, Univ. of Wisconsin, USA
  • Norm Wolf, Univ. of Washington, USA