Salk Institute
Glenn Center for Aging Research, Annual Symposium
Program - December 6, 2013
Welcome Jan Karlseder Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Session I:
Martin Hetzer Chair Salk Institute for Biological Studies
9:00 am Thomas Rando Stanford University
Epigenetic mechanisms of stem cell aging and rejuvenation
9:45 am Carsten Merkwirth Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Epigenetic control of mitochondrial proteostasis and ETC-mediated longevity
10:45 am Thomas Kirkwood Newscastle University, UK
Why and how are we living longer?
11:30 amBrandon Toyama Salk Institute for Biological Studies
Long-lived protein function and maintenance through aging
12:00 pmLUNCH
Session II:
Malene Hanson Chair Sanford Burnham Medical Institute
2:00 pm Caleb Finch University of Southern California
Human aging in 21st century environments
2:45 pm Daniel Lackner Salk Institute for Biological Studies
A comparative genomics approach identifies replicative senescence-specific genes and novel genes essential for normal proliferation
3:15 pm Julie Mattison National Institute on Aging
Nutritional interventions in the study of aging in rhesus monkeys
4:00 pmRichard Weindruch University of Wisconsin, Madison
Caloric restriction and aging: past, present and future
5:00 pm HOSTED COCKTAILS/RECEPTION

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