SBP’s 37th Annual Symposium is around the corner

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This year’s Annual SBP Symposium theme is Aging and Regeneration. The line-up of distinguished speakers will cover topics from stem cell renewal, selective autophagy, and drugs that stop the aging process.

If you are interested in learning more about how scientists are revealing the secrets and mechanisms that contribute to aging, and the advances being made in reversing the process to ameliorate diseases, then don’t miss this event.

When: Friday October 30, 2015

Where: Estancia La Jolla Hotel (map)

Cost: Free with registration

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Keynote Speaker Lenny Guarente, Ph.D., MIT Sirtuins, NAD and Aging

Invited Speakers: Steven McKnight, Ph.D. UT Southwestern Discovery and Mechanistic Characterization of a Neuroprotective Chemical

Grigori Enikolopov, Ph.D. CSHL and Stony Brook University Division, Differentiation, and Maintenance of Adult Neural Stem Cells

Fred “Rusty” Gage, Ph.D. Salk Institute for Biological Studies Neuronal Plasticity and Genomic Diversity

Ana Maria Cuervo, M.D., Ph.D.Albert Einstein College of Medicine Selective Autophagy: Recycling Makes You Younger

Brian Kennedy, Ph.D. Buck Institute Drugs That Forestall Aging –Extending Healthspan

Sean Morrison, Ph.D. UT Southwestern, HHMI Stem Cell Self-Renewal

Amy Wagers, Ph.D. Harvard, HHMI Reversing Dysfunction of Muscle Stem Cells through Local and Systemic Signals

Henri Jasper, Ph.D. Buck Institute Age-related Stem Cell Dysfunction: Causes, Consequences and Interventions

Tomas Prolla, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Role of Sirt3 in Mammalian Aging and its Retardation by Caloric Restriction

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