British Society for Research on Ageing
60th Scientific Meeting
Systems Biology of Ageing
15th & 16th July 2010
Newcastle upon Tyne, Royal Station Hotel
Keynote Speakers: Doug Kell (Chief Executive, BBSRC), Ana Maria Cuervo (Albert Einstein College, New York), Tom Johnson (University of Colorado)
Mitochondria, ROS & Ageing: Dan Gottschling (Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research, Seattle), Joao Passos (Newcastle), Kim Krishnan (Newcastle)
Dietary Restriction: David Gems, (Institute of Healthy Ageing, London), Colin Selman (Aberdeen), Pankaj Kapahi, (Buck Institute, USA)
DNA damage: Jan Hoejmakers, (Erasmus University Medical Center, Rotterdam), Lynne Cox (Oxford), Alex Buerkle, (Konstanz).
Stem Cells & Ageing: Lenhard Rudolph (Ulm), Illaria Bellantuono (Sheffield).
Regulation and recycling in ageing: Andrew Dillin, (Salk Institute), Doug Gray (Newcastle)
Selected Oral Presentations: All abstracts will be published in a Special Issue of our Society Journal Biogerontology (Current Impact Factor 3.7). The researcher presenting the best abstract will win a bursary to present their work at the 2011 Meeting of our partner society, the American Aging Association.
Registration: includes access to all sessions, lunches, tea/coffee and a wine reception. Early Registration: BSRA members: £180, non-members: £220. Students: £100 (£90 if BSRA members). The deadline for early registration is 1st May 2010. A limited number of student bursaries are available. Contact the Society for details.
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Location: The Royal Station Hotel, Neville Street, Newcastle upon Tyne
Accommodation may be booked at https://www.conferencebookings.co.uk/delegate/NGIBSRA2010
The meeting is preceded by a satellite symposium (14th July 2010) entitled "Systems Modelling of Ageing", organised by Prof. Tom Kirkwood (Newcastle) More Information Register