Holly Brown-Borg

Biomedical Sciences
Professor | University of North Dakota


Dr. Holly Brown-Borg is a distinguished figure in the field of aging and longevity research, renowned for her groundbreaking contributions to understanding the mechanisms of aging and extending healthy lifespan. As a Professor in the Department of Biomedical Sciences at the University of North Dakota School of Medicine & Health Sciences, Dr. Brown-Borg leads cutting-edge research that has reshaped our understanding of aging at a cellular and molecular level. With a career dedicated to unraveling the secrets of aging, Dr. Brown-Borg’s work focuses on the role of hormones, genetics, and environmental factors in influencing lifespan and healthspan. Her research has shed light on key pathways involved in aging processes and age-related diseases, offering insights into potential interventions to promote healthy aging. Dr. Holly Brown-Borg’s expertise and leadership have positioned her as a key figure in the longevity research community, driving innovation and pushing the boundaries of what is possible in extending human healthspan. Her commitment to advancing scientific knowledge and translating research findings into tangible benefits for society underscores her dedication to improving human health and well-being.