Boston Pepper Center Seminar Series

February 26th, 4:30 – 5:30 PM

miR-19b-3p Expression in Circulation is Associated With Increased Fat-Free Mass Following Resistance Training in Older Adults.”

Donato A. Rivas

Adjunct Instructor, Tufts University

Training/Education: PhD. in Biomedical Science (Bioenergetics)

Research Interests: The role of substrates on cellular signaling pathways controlling skeletal muscle metabolism and growth; and how nutrition, aging and exercise contribute to alterations in skeletal muscle energy homeostasis.

Research Project (REC or PESC): Circulating microRNA as novel predictors of skeletal muscle anabolic response in aged humans.



Utiger Conference Room
221 Longwood Avenue
Boston, MA 02115
Harvard Medical Campus / Longwood Medical Area

 To join seminar remotely, please use the following link: https://zoom.us/j/810316494

Claude D. Pepper Seminars are supported by the NIH/NIA grant P30AG931679