BSRA 2017 at the University of Exeter

The 67th BSRA Annual Scientific Meeting

University of Exeter, 10th  – 12th July 2017

The Biology of Ageing and the Omics Revolution

How –omics technologies allow detailed dissection of ageing processes and age-related disease.

Local Organiser: Lorna Harries

Confirmed speakers:

Judith Campisi
Linda Partridge
Luigi Ferrucci
Joao Pedro de Magelhaes
David Melzer
Brian McDonagh
David Young
Jon Mill
Joanna Bridger
Jon Houseley
Laura Haynes
Cleo Bishop

Duygu Ucar

Thomas von Zglinicki

 

 

Topics include
  • Epigenetics: Epigenomic trajectories to health and disease, Epigenetic biomarkers of aging and applications, Epigenetic control of gene expression patterns in ageing yeast.
  • Transcriptomics: Transcriptomics and ageing: from humans to lab models and back again
  • Proteomics: Understanding age-related changes in redox signalling using proteomics
  • Ageing mechanisms: Building haystacks and finding needles in the genomics of ageing, ‘Senescence: from young to old and back again?
  • Immune Ageing: How aging impacts the response to influenza
  • Chromosomes and chromatin: Chromosome behavioural changes in old cells
Other events

Early career researcher (ECR) event on grant writing

Public lecture by Prof Judith Campisi, The Buck Institute for Aging Research, USA

Conference dinner at Reed Hall, a stunning grade II listed building nestled in 300 acres of enchanting landscaped gardens.

Registered participants of the BSRA 2017 ASM are eligible for a special daily registration rate at the 13th World Congress on Inflammation, July 8 – 12th 2017. Please contact info@wci2017.org for registration details.

Abstracts

Abstracts are invited for posters or considered for talks. Abstract are submitted with registration.

EXTENDED DEADLINE: May 26th 2017

Registration

Register here

Special rates for BSRA members and £25 BSRA Early Career Bursaries for Students and Postdocs.

Click here to join the BSRA

Accommodation

Delegates can book accommodation from the University halls here.
The halls are close to the venue and are cost effective. Available on a first come, first serve basis.

Getting here

The conference will take place on the Streatham Campus, University of Exeter
Directions

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