Daniel Promislow, DPhil
Professor, Department of Pathology
Professor, Department of Biology
Director, Canine Longevity Consortium
Networks, metabolomics and aging
Genetics of aging in natural populations
Mate choice, aging and insulin signaling
Genetics of aging in dogs
Honors and awards
2007 – Appointed Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science
2005 –University of Georgia Research Foundation Creative Research Medal
2002 –Ellison Medical Foundation Senior Scholar in Aging
1986 – Rhodes Scholarship
1986 – Phi Beta Kappa honor society (inducted Chicago chapter)
1986 – Sigma Xi science honor society (inducted Chicago chapter)
Hoffman JM, Soltow QA, Li S, Sidik A, Jones DP, Promislow DE. (2014). Effects of age, sex and genotype on high-sensitivity metabolomic profiles in the fruit fly, Drosophila melanogaster. Aging Cell, 13 (4): 596-604.
Hoffman JM, Creevy KE, Promislow DE. (2013). Reproductive capability is associated with lifespan and cause of death in companion dogs. PLoS ONE, 8 (4): e61082.
Linder JE, Promislow DE. (2009). Cross-generational fitness effects of infection in Drosophila melanogaster. Fly, 3: 143-150.
Burger JM, Hwangbo DS, Corby-Harris V, Promislow DE. (2007). The functional costs and benefits of dietary restriction in Drosophila. Aging Cell, 6: 63-71.
Promislow DE. (2004). Protein networks, pleiotropy and the evolution of senescence. Proceedings of the Royal Society B (London), 271: 1225-1234.