This two-day conference in the new Cambridge Conference Building, will bring together an international community of researchers with an interest in immunology, epigenetics, genetics, signalling and ageing to discuss current understanding and recent advances in ageing research at the cellular level.
The scientific sessions will cover:
· The ageing stem cell – how stem cell development, proliferation and function changes with age
· The ageing immune system – how composition and function change with age
· Signalling and the ageing cell – signalling pathways that control metabolism and cellular fitness
· Epigenetics of the ageing cell – exploring changes to the epigenome during ageing
For the full programme, please see here. http://www.babraham.ac.uk/the-ageing-cell/programme
Abstracts are welcomed from early-career and established researchers from both the public and private sector for short talks and poster presentations. To register and submit an abstract, please see here. http://www.babraham.ac.uk/the-ageing-cell/registration
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