The 7th Annual Aging Research and Drug Discovery Meeting
Please join us for the 7th Aging Research and Drug Discovery Meeting, 2 - 4 September at the Ceremonial Hall, University of Copenhagen. Here leaders in the aging and longevity field will describe the latest progress in the molecular, cellular and organismal basis of aging and our search for interventions.
The meeting will be partially virtual with local speakers in the Ceremonial Hall from 10:30-13:00 and talks from the international program from 14:00-20:00 broadcasted globally to the participants in the Ceremonial Hall.
According to the United Nations, the proportion of people aged over 65 now outnumber children younger than 5. The enormous growth in the elderly population is posing a socioeconomic challenge to societies worldwide, and necessitates new sweeping interventions for age-associated diseases. This year we have an incredibly exciting program with global thought-leaders sharing their latest insights into aging and how we target aging process ensuring everyone lives a healthier and longer life. Click here to read about the speakers for the online part of The 7th Aging Research and Drug Discovery Meeting.
We will reveal the program for the three days as soon as possible.
- Jonas Thue Treebak
- Lene Juel Rasmussen
- Hans Wandall
- Eva Hoffmann
- Andreas Mund
- Vadim Gladyshev (Harvard)
- Morten Scheibye-Knudsen (University of of Copenhagen)
- Alex Zhavoronkov (Insilico Medicine)
- Rafael de Cabo (NIA - NIH)
- Peter de Keizer (University of Utrecht)
- David Sinclair (Harvard)
- Eric Verdin (The Buck Institute)
- Collin Ewald (ETH Zurich)
- Judith Campisi (The Buck Institute)
- Anna-Maria Cuervo (Albert Einstein College of Medicine)
- Jan Hoeijmakers (Erasmus Medical Center Rotterdam)
- Jan Vijg (Albert Einstein College of Medicine)
- Laura Niederhofer (University of Minnesota)
- Marco Demaria (ERIBA)
- Christian Riedel (Karolinska Institute)
- Rochelle Buffenstein (Calico)
- Riekelt Houtkooper (Amsterdam University Medical Center)
- Vera Gorbunova (University of Rochester)
- Filipe Cabreiro (Imperial College London)
- Björn Schumacher (CECAD)
- Yousin Suh (Columbia University)
- Gerard Karsenty (Columbia University)
- Brenna Osborne (University of Copenhagen)
- Alexey Moskalev (Russian academy of Sciences)
- Pam Taub (UC San Diego)
- Thomas Rando (Stanford)
- Dario Valenzano (Max Planck Institute - Cologne)
- Anastasia Georgievskaya (Haut.ai)
- David Glass (Regeneron)
- Luigi Ferruci (NIA - NIH)
- Dudley Lamming (University of Wisconsin)
Registration deadline is 26 August 2020.
Breakfast, lunch, snacks and dinner are included all three days.