Dr. Miller was named President of the American Aging Association (AGE) for 2024-2025

The American Aging Association has named Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation scientist Benjamin Miller, Ph.D., as its new president.

The 54-year-old organization, also known as AGE, consists of scientists and physicians dedicated to research on aging.

Miller is a national and international leader in studies of how to maintain muscle mass and function as we age. He focuses on interventional approaches using exercise and compounds such as the diabetes drug metformin as potential ways to slow the process.

An exercise physiologist by training, Miller joined OMRF from Colorado State University in 2018. At OMRF, he leads the foundation’s Aging & Metabolism Research Program and holds the G.T. Blankenship Endowed Chair in Aging Research. As part of his presidency, he will organize the 2025 AGE meeting in Anchorage, Alaska.


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