Symposium

La Jolla Aging Meeting - Inaugural Symposium

La Jolla's Children's Pool

Date and time

April 7, 2017

9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Location

Conrad T. Prebys Auditorium, Salk Institute

10010 N Torrey Pines Rd, La Jolla, CA 92037

Map

Host

  • Malene Hansen, Ph.D.

The inaugural La Jolla Aging Meeting (or LJAM), a 1-day symposium with an exciting program featuring aging research going on here in San Diego and beyond!

Symposium Poster

 

SPEAKERS

EliElizabeth Blackburnzabeth Blackburn, Ph.D.
President, SALK
Keynote Speaker

 

Malene Hansen

Malene Hansen, Ph.D.
SBP
Opening Remarks; Chair, Glenn Awardee session

 

Jan Karlseder

Jan Karlseder, Ph.D.
Salk
Chair, morning session

 

Peter Adams

Peter D. Adams, Ph.D.
SBP
Targeting senescence to promote healthy aging

 

Anastasia

Anastasia Lobanova
Denchi Lab, TSRI
Telomere function in neural progenitors and differentiated neurons

 

Abby

Abby Buchwalter, Ph.D.
Hetzer Lab, SALK
Nucleolar activity increases in both premature and physiological aging

 

Kim

 Kim D. Finley, Ph.D.
SDSU
The impact of aging and autophagy on the acute and long-term traumatic brain injury responses of Drosophila

 

Greg

Greg Solis
Petrascheck Lab, TSRI
A longevity mechanism that remains plastic in old organisms

 

Michael

Michael Stec
Sacco Lab, SBPMDI
Role of STAT3 signaling in skeletal muscle stem cell agin

 

Romain

Romain Chassefeyre, Ph.D.
Encalada Lab, TSRI
Kinesin-1 dependent targeting of a prion mutant from the Golgi to pre-lysosomal compartments mediates prion aggregation in neurons

 

Shrek

Shrek Chalasani, Ph.D.
SALK
Neuronal control of aging in C. elegans

 

Rolf Bodmer

Rolf Bodmer, Ph.D.
SBP
Chair, afternoon session

 

Leanne

Leanne Jones, Ph.D.
UCLA
Age-related changes stem cells and the stem cell niche

 

Tina

Tina Wang
Ideker Lab, UCSD
Epigenetic aging signatures in mice livers are slowed by dwarfism, calorie restriction and rapamycin treatment

 

Alejandro

Alejandro Ocampo, Ph.D.
Belmonte Lab, SALK
Epigenetic reprogramming of aging

 

Bruno

Bruno Conti, Ph.D.
TSRI
Igf1r signaling regulates temperature during calorie restriction