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Conference: “Molecular Mechanisms of Aging and Age-Related Diseases” - early bird deadline is 12/31

Posted Dec 30 2008 2:53pm

From the mailbag:

Molecular Mechanisms of Aging and Age-Related Diseases
March 3-6, 2009
Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

Deadline for early bird discounted registration and poster abstracts: December 31, 2008

Register online and submit your abstract today


  • Diseases of aging I: metabolic syndromes
  • Diseases of aging II: cancer
  • Diseases of aging III: neurodegeneration
  • Organismal aging: vertebrates
  • The aging proteome
  • The aging genome
  • Invited speakers:
    Jeff Kelly (The Scripps Research Institute), Reuben Shaw (The Salk Institute for Biological Studies), Gerald Shadel (Yale University School of Medicine), Jan Karlseder (The Salk Institute for Biological Studies),Gerald Evan (University of California, San Francisco), Scott Lowe (Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory), Rick Morimoto (Northwestern University), Stuart Kim (Stanford University Medical Center), Linda Buck (Howard Hughes Medical Institute, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center), Rolf Bodmer (The Burnham Institute), James Mitchell (Harvard School of Public Health), Dan Gottschling (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center), Richard Weindruch (Geriatric Research Education and Clinical Center, University of Wisconsin), Thomas Nyström (Department of Cell and Molecular Biology-Microbiology,Göteborg University, Sweden), Leanne Jones (The Salk Institute for Biological Studies), Tom Rando (Stanford School of Medicine), Arnie Levine (The Simons Center for Systems Biology, UMDNJ), Andrew Dillin (The Salk Institute).

    Visit the conference web pages to see the full program.

    Good luck with your research.

This email just arrived today, so please join me in thanking the organizers for the huge amount of advance notice about the early registration deadline — this is especially annoying since early registration saves you about $300, and I suspect that a lot of folks aren’t watching their email incredibly closely right now.

The regular registration deadline is January 16th.

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