THE AUSTRALIAN BIOLOGY OF AGEING CONFERENCE
VENUE: THE CONNECTION - 34 Shoreline Road, Rhodes, 2138 NSW
Thursday 27th April 2017 1pm - 6pm & Friday 28th April 2017 9am - 5pm Thursday Evening Conference Dinner 6.30pm
- The Conference will be fully catered for registered participants and includes afternoon tea and drinks and food during poster session on Thursday and morning tea, lunch and afternoon tea on Friday
- Registrations: Special Student conference only $150.00
- Conference Only $200; Conference & dinner $300.00; Dinner only $150
- If you are interested in attending and wish to send your Abstract you may do so here firstname.lastname@example.org or on the contact area below
Call for Poster Abstracts still on
The overwhelming burden of non-communicable disease is borne by the older population, with conditions treated or researched in isolation. With ageing now viewed as a programmed, biological phenomenon, there is the possibility that interventions in this process could be used to treat a broad range of diseases, and drastically reduce health spending.
We aim to encourage the study of ageing as an underlying program involved in disease processes. We hope that this meeting will foster new cross-disciplinary collaborations in the local community, by bringing together researchers from diverse fields including metabolism, epigenetics, cell biology, systems biology, neurobiology, proteomics, cancer, pharmacology, physiology, geriatric medicine, nutrition, genomics, evolutionary biology and ecology.
Professor Leonard Hayflick
Dr Rafael de Cabo
Professor Stephen Simpson AC
Professor Sarah Hilmer
Dr Sarah Mitchell
Professor David Sinclair
Harvard Medical School
Dr Hannah Nicholas
Dr Samantha Solon-Biet
Thursday, 27th April, 2017 - 6.30pm
You are invited to join us for dinner at the 2nd Australian Biology of Ageing Conference Dinner - all funds raised will support Aged Care & Research at Concord Hospital. - The cost for the evening is $150 which includes a 3 course meal, drink and music.
Also enjoy listening to a couple of entertaining talks during the evening CHARLOTTE WOOD - the Australian described her as 'one of our most orginal and provactive writers'. She is author of 5 novels and 2 books of non-fiction. Her lastes novel 'The Natural Way of Things' won the Stella Prize, the Indie Book of the Year and Novel of the Year and jointly, the Prime Minister's Literary Award for Fiction. Charlotte is the Charles Perkins Centre's inaugural Writer in Residence at University of Sydney. PROFESSOR DAVID LE COUTEUR AO - is Professor of Geriatric Medicine at the University of Sydney, Director of the Centre for Education and Research on Ageing (CERA), Director of the Biogerontology Laboratory of the ANZAC Medical Research Institute, Scientific Director of Ageing And Alzheimers Institute and Senior Staff Specialist Physician in Geriatric Medicine at the Concord Repatriation General Hospital in Sydney .