​Michael Stout, Ph.D.


​Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Basic Biology of Aging Biology 2016,  ​Mayo Clinic

PhD Metabolism 2011, ​​Ohio State University

​MA Exercise Physiology 2005, University of Central Florida, Orlando

​Research Overview

​The central focus of Dr. Stout’s research program is to understand how metabolic disturbances such as obesity, dyslipidemia, and diabetes can promote the aging process and the onset of multimorbidity. He is particularly interested in the role that sex hormones play in regulating these processes due to gender-specific disparities in metabolic disease, inflammatory disorders, and healthspan across the life-cycle. The laboratory has also begun exploring the mechanism responsible for gonadal aging and how this may contribute to systemic aging. The long-term goal of Dr. Stout’s laboratory is to develop therapeutic strategies that extend gonadal health and/or target metabolic signaling pathways in a manner similar to calorie restriction, thereby diminishing age-related diseases and compressing the period of morbidity in mid-to-late life.

​Stout Lab

Michael Stout, Ph.D.

​Principal Investigator

​Samim Ali Mondal, Ph.D.

​Postdoctoral Research Fellow

​Shivani N. Mann, Ph.D. Candidate


​Roshini Sathiaseelan, Ph.D. Student

​Allied Health Sciences

​Alicia Rothman, M.S. Student

​Nutritional Sciences

​Jessica Thomason, B.S.

​Research Technician


University of Oklahoma Health Science Center

​Allied Health Building, Room 3050-3052

​1200 North Stonewall Avenue

​Oklahoma City, OK 73117

​Phone: ​(405) 271-8001 ext.41177