Douglas Seals and Tom LaRocca
Doug Seals is a Professor of Distinction in College of Arts and Sciences’ Department of Integrative Physiology. Seals’ primary research interest is in establishing lifestyle and pharmacological strategies that delay physiological dysfunction with aging and prevent age-associated chronic degenerative diseases and disability. Dr. Seals’ research laboratory provides scientific training at the undergraduate, M.S., Ph.D. and postdoctoral levels. His research primarily is supported by research grants from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), particularly the National Institute on Aging (NIA). Professor Seals has taught undergraduate courses in physiology, and graduate courses in the physiology of aging, as well as professional skills for the research scientist.
Tom LaRocca is an Instructor and Research Associate in the CU-Boulder Department of Integrative Physiology. Dr. LaRocca is interested in research aimed at promoting healthy aging, including therapies and healthy lifestyle strategies that may improve or preserve cardiovascular function as we age. Tom is particularly interested in translating laboratory findings into practical applications for people, especially by promoting effective communication and understanding of science.
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