Morgan Levine, PhD
Assistant Professor Adjunct in Pathology, Yale School of Medicine
Dr. Morgan Levine is a founding PI at Altos Labs and formerly a ladder rank professor at Yale University School of Medicine. Levine is considered a leader in the biology of aging, most famous for generating cutting-edge methods for quantifying the system dysregulation that occurs over an organisms' lifetime. Her work relies on interdisciplinary approaches, integrating theories and techniques from bioinformatics and cellular and molecular biology to track trajectories aging cells and organisms take over time.
Her vision is to link molecular changes in aging, development, and reprogramming to dynamical features of cells and to uncover how these alterations impact homeostasis at the tissue or organ-system level. Levine has received numerous awards for her work, including the Vincent Cristofalo Rising Star Award in Aging Research in 2021 and the Nathan Shock New Investigator Award in 2020.