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Ageing 2016: 9th – 11th February

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This annual international summit will look at many facets of research and processes that are involved in ageing and senescence.  

With discussions ranging from discovery of biomarkers and assay development to immunology, this event promises to be packed with discussion and debate and is an ideal opportunity to discover what is new in the field. With an all round view of ageing, from diagnostics to therapy, this event will be multi-disciplinary.

A late registration fee applies after December 20th 2015
 
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WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This event is suited to anyone with an academic or professional interest in Ageing and its research; including researchers, senior scientists, postgraduate students, clinicians, pharmacologists, and those who work in research and development of pharmaceuticals and related technology.
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This event has an open abstract session.  
Abstracts can be submitted on any subject related to Ageing
The Deadline for abstract submissions for oral presentation is November 10th 2015
Abstracts for poster presentation only can be submitted up to two weeks before the event
You can download the instructions for authors at www.euroscicon.com/ABSTRACTSUBMISSIONS.pdf

This event has CPD accreditation

Talks Include:

  • Biopsychosocial Effects of Aging with HIV: Implications for Practice and Research  

    Dr David E. Vance,  The University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA

  • Developing age appropriate drug formulations for older patients  

    Dr Mine Orlu Gul, UCL School of Pharmacy, Department of Pharmaceutics, London, UK

  • Aging starts Early, In Utero: A Trigger for Parturition  

    Dr Ramkumar Menon, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Maternal-Fetal Medicine & Perinatal Research Division, The University of Texas Medical Branch, USA

  • White and brown adipose tissue interplay: effect on weight and metabolic control during aging  

    Dr Labros Sidossis, Shriners Hospitals for Children, University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, TX, USA

  •  A neural code for food abundance that modulates lifespan

    Dr QueeLim Ch’ng, MRC Centre for Developmental Neurobiology, King’s College London, UK

  • A central role for genomic instability in vascular ageing

    Dr Anton J.M. Roks, Dept. of Internal Medicine,Division of Vascular Disease and Pharmacology, Netherlands

  • Peculiarities of relations between cerebrovascular system, SCF-dynamics and Scull mechanical properties  for aging persons

    Professor Yuri Moskalenko, D.Sci., Honor Scientist of RF, Institute of evolutionary physiology and Biochemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Sankt Petersburg, Russian Federation

  • Is loneliness really bad for old people?

    Professor Christina R. Victor, College of Health and Life Sciences, Brunel University London, Uxbridge, United Kingdom

  • TBC

    Professor Mark S. Kindy, Senior Research Career Scientist, Medical University of South Carolina, Department of Neurosciences, Ralph H. Johnston VA Medical Center, United States

  • Kidney Failure – an acquired form of accelerated ageing

    Dr David Goldsmith, Prof. of Nephrology, Renal Unit at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Hospital, London, United Kingdom

  • Molecular and genetic aspects of age in the age related disease Osteoarthritis

    Ingrid Meulenbelt, PhD, Associate Professor, Dept. Medical Statistics and Bioinformatics, Section Molecular Epidemiology, Leiden University Medical Center, Leiden, The Netherlands

  • Functional exhaustion of skeletal muscle stem cells during tissue aging

    Associate Professor Alessandra Sacco, Development, Aging and Regeneration Program (DARe), Sanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute, La Jolla, CA, United States

  • Genetic and epigenetic investigation of C9orf72: diagnostic implication for  ALS and FTD

    Dr Ekaterina Rogaeva, Krembil Discovery Tower, Tanz Centre for Research in Neurodegenerative Diseases, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

  • Chromosome Behaviour in Senecent Cells and in Hutchinson-Gilford Progeria Syndrome Cells

    Dr Joanna M. Bridger, Reader of Chromosome Behaviour, Lead for Biosciences’ Research, Brunel University London, Uxbridge, United Kingdom

  • Is age ‘written’ in your blood?

    Dr Athina Vidaki, Department of Pharmacy and Forensic Science, Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine, King’s College London, London, United Kingdom

  • The epigenetic diet and its role in ageing

    Dr Trygve Tollefsbol, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL, United States

  • Splicing factors as determinants of longevity?

    Professor Lorna Harries, Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry, University of Exeter, Exeter, United Kingdom

  • Identification and preclinical development of Salvia haenkeii extract as powerful anti-senescent agent using a novel screening method

    Dr Giovanni Rizzo, iDNA Ltd – London, London, United Kingdom

  • Immunity and Ageing: causes and consequences of immunosenescence in humans

    Professor Graham Pawelec, University of Tübingen, Tübingen, Germany

  • Aging, Autophagy and Neurodegenerative Disease

    Professor Christian Behl, Chair and Director of the Institute of Pathobiochemistry, University Medical Center, Mainz, Germany

  • Role of ligand-RAGE axis in aging

    Professor Eric Boulanger, LIRIC- Lille Inflammation Research International Center/UMR 995 INSERM, School of Medicine, Lille, France

  • Changes in the perception-action synergy as a function of Dementia

    Professor Michael Wade, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, United States

  • Linking senescence and inflammation: the senescence-associated secretory phenotype (SASP).

    Professor Jesus Gil, Imperial College Faculty of Medicine, London, United Kingdom

 

AGEING 2016: 9TH – 11TH FEBRUARYAgeing 2016 Agenda


Contact

Email:  enquiries [@] euroscicon.com

Phone: (+44) 020 7183 82 31

Registration Fee

Registration includes entry to all the event, lunch and all refreshments, networking opportunities and access to exhibitions.

FEE  FOR  THREE  DAYS

 

REGISTRATION FEE

 LATE REGISTRATION FEE

Standard

£534 (£445 + VAT)

£654 (£545 + VAT)

Academic

£354 (£295 + VAT)

£474 (£395 + VAT)

Student

£234  (£195 + VAT)

£354 (£295 + VAT)

If you do not want to attend the full three days you can also book single days at the following price

 

REGISTRATION FEE

 LATE REGISTRATION FEE

Standard

£234  (£195 + VAT)

£330  (£275 + VAT)

Academic

£150  (£125 + VAT)

£234  (£195 + VAT)

Student

£114  (£95 + VAT)

£174   (£145 + VAT)

Please note: As our services are held in the UK we are obliged to charge VAT even if you are coming from outside the UK

Discounted Group Bookings

If 3 or more people register together, then you will receive a discount of £20.00 off for each person in the group

These discounts are applied automatically on registration

Bursary applications

Euroscicon will consider all applications for bursaries to cover registration, food and refreshments on the day of an event, however these are limited.  We cannot, at this time award money for travel or accommodation.  To download an application form see www.euroscicon.com/Bursary.docx

Venue, Accommodation and Travel Details

This event will be held at Cineworld: The O2 Peninsula Square London SE10 0DX United Kingdom

www.TheO2.co.uk

Once inside the O2 building please make your way to Cineworld.  A map of the O2 can be found by clicking here

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Abstract and Poster Presentations

All abstracts accepted for oral presentation are also automatically accepted for poster presentation

INSTRUCTIONS

Payment Instructions

Payment must be received prior to the meeting

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Cancellation Policy

Please note that we must receive payment in full before the meeting.

Delegates cancelling their registration at any point up to 2 months before the event will receive a full refund minus a £20.00 admin fee.

Delegates cancelling their registration at any point between 2 months and two weeks before the meeting will receive a 50% refund.

Delegates cancelling their registration two weeks before a meeting WILL NOT receive a refund.

Substitution of delegates can be made at any time through the registration system.

If you have not paid for a meeting that you have registered for and do not come (and do not provide 2 weeks notice of cancellation), you will be charged the full price of the meeting.

This will be a paperless meeting

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Please print out the agenda before you come or download the pdf onto your computer or smartphone.  
Pdfs of our agendas and abstract books can be found at www.lifescienceevents.com/events 

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