New Hallmarks of Aging
Please, use the following link for signing up for the hybrid symposium New Hallmarks of Aging the 22nd of March 2022:
Registration for New Hallmarks of Aging.
Due to COVID-19 the symposium is set up as a hybrid event. Please, find the best way for you to attend the symposium!
The symposium New Hallmarks of Aging is focusing on different aspects of molecular changes in and how interventions affect the aging human body.
The symposium will comprise of three subthemes:
- Primary hallmarks – causes of damage
- Antagonistic hallmarks – responses to damage
- Integrative hallmarks – culprits of the phenotype.
Each of these subthemes will be further explored through presentation from a panel of renowned researchers:
- Patricia Opresko, Professor, University of Pittsburgh
- Yosef Shiloh, Professor, Tel Aviv University
- Erik Verdin , Professor, Buck Institute
- Tom Kirkwood, Professor, Newcastle University
- Lynne Cox , Professor, Oxford University
- Jean Marc Egly, Professor, National Taiwan University and University of Strasbourg, France
- Vilhelm Bohr, Professor, NIA/NIH
Early Career Scientist will also be presenting their research as their abstracts will be displayed in reception area.
Recommended guidelines for posters: A0 size (841X1188 mm).
8:30 – 9:00 Symposium Registration
9:00 – 9:10 Welcome and Introduction by Lene Juel Rasmussen, Tinna Stevnsner and Evandro Fang
9:10 – 10:55 Addressing the role of the primary causes of cellular damage in relation to life-span, health-span, metabolic health and development of disease in elderly, chaired by Professor Lene Juel Rasmussen, Center for Healthy Aging, University of Copenhagen
Speaker 1 – Yosef Shiloh, Tel Aviv University
Speaker 2 – Vilhelm Bohr, National Institute of Aging
Young fellow 1 - Jianying Zhang, Western Washington University
Young fellow 2 – Stefan Chlopicki, Jagiellonian University
Young fellow 3 – Casper Søndenbro
10:55 – 11:10 Break & poster Viewing
11:10 – 12:55 Addressing the role of the compensatory or antagonistic responses to damage in relation to life-span, health-span, metabolic health and development of disease in elderly, chaired by Professor Tinna Stevnsner, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University
Speaker 3 - Lynne Cox, Oxford University
Speaker 4 - Tom Kirkwood, Newcastle University
Speaker 5 - Jean Marc Egly, Institut de Génétique et de Biologie Moléculaire et Cellulaire
Young Fellow 4 – Rui Shuiqin Cao
12:55 – 13:55 Lunch & poster Session
13:55 – 15:40 Addressing the role of the integrative responses to damage in relation to life-span, health-span, metabolic health and development of disease in elderly, chaired by Associate Professor Evandro Fang, University of Oslo
Speaker 6 - Patricia Opresko, University of Pittsburgh
Young Fellow 5 – Helena Borland, Center for Healthy Aging, University of Copenhagen
Young Fellow 6 – Mark Vestergaard, Rigshospitalet and University of Copenhagen
Young fellow 7 – Els Mansell, Lund University
Speaker 7 - Erik Verdin, Buck Institute
15:40 – 16:30 Break
16:30 – 17:00 Panel debate: Invited speakers
Questions, reflections, trying to sum up the overall knowledge & poster prize
Chairs: Lene Juel Rasmussen, Tinna Stevnsner & Evandro Fang
17:00 – 17:45 Reception & networking