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Epigenetic and Metabolic Regulation of Aging and Aging-Related Diseases

Posted on Apr 15, 2016 4:31:17 AM

 

Conference - Santa Fe, United States

This meeting will cover the most exciting questions at the forefront of the field of aging: How can external stimuli delay aging in a long-lasting, yet reversible, manner? Does the integration of external stimuli to modulate aging differ among cells with vastly diverse functions ? somatic maintenance, tissue regeneration and the "immortal" germline? Is aging a synchronous process, and how do the different cells and systems communicate? How do diseases of aging develop, and what can be done to prevent or reverse them? To address these questions, the symposium will gather investigators from completely different areas to bring an interdisciplinary approach to aging. The meeting will focus on the emerging nexus between two key aging regulators ? epigenetic states of the genome and metabolic status ? and will highlight innovative technologies and the newest discoveries in aging and diseases.

Organization: Keystone Symposia
Epigenetic and Metabolic Regulation of Aging and Aging-Related Diseases

Sun, May 01, 2016 - Thu, May 05, 2016

Hilton Santa Fe Historic Plaza Hotel

Santa Fe, United States

 

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