PRINCIPAL THEMES AND OBJECTIVES:
A unifying theme of this meeting will be the interaction of researchers that study basic principles of stem cell and tissue maintenance in aging. The meeting will focus on basic molecular and genetic processes that affect genetic and epigenetic stability, protein homeostasis, and metabolic processes thereby impairing the functionality and self renewal of stem cells, and organ maintenance.
The meeting will focus on basic mechanisms as well as innovative animal models and humanized models of aging. In addition, there will be fields such as stem cell niches and circulatory factors, developmental biology, cell plasticity, and clonal dominance. These processes all have tremendous impact on our understanding of organism aging.
For PhD Students and Postdocs we offer an additional Non-PI Meeting on Career Opportunities (Jena Aging Seminar - JAS).
Dr. Helen Morrison, Leibniz Institute on Aging, FLI (Chair)
Prof. Lenhard Rudolph, Leibniz Institute on Aging, FLI (Co-Chair)
Johan Auwerx | Anne Bertolotti | Vilhelm Bohr | Michael Brand | Dmitry Bulavin | Fabrizio d‘Adda di Fagagna | Gerald de Haan | Maria Ermolaeva | Eric Gilson | Vera Gorbunova | Ian David Hickson | Konrad Hochedlinger | Jan Hoeijmakers | Kristina Kirschner | Pura Muñoz-Cánoves | Francesco Neri | Emmanuelle Passegué | Michael Rape | John Sedivy | Jan van Deursen | Eric Verdin
Stem Cell Aging
DNA Damage and Aging
Senescence and Tissue Aging
Metabolism and Aging
Genome and Proteome Changes in Aging
by April 15th, 2018
MORE INFORMATION on REGISTRATION, ABSTRACT SUBMISSION & COSTS:
Information on participating / attending:
The conference also includes a Non-PI Meeting on career opportunities for PhD Students and Postdocs: Jena Aging Seminar (JAS).
09/06/2018 - 09/08/2018
Friedrich Schiller University
Scientists and scholars
Types of events:
Conference / symposium / (annual) conference
Dr. Evelyn Kästner
Event is free:
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URL of this event: http://idw-online.de/en/event59961
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