Final program Ageing 2017

Final program




Meeting Program

Andrea Maier

Melbourne, AUS

Defining the target group: risk predicition of ageing trajectories

Andreas Simm              

Halle, D

Do biomarkers of aging reflect real age?

Tamàs Fülöp

Sherbrooke, CAN

Challenges understanding aging through biomarkers across populations: the exemple of calcium

Anat Mirelman

Tel Aviv, IL

Motor and cognitive intervention o improve functional mobility and reduce falls in older adults and patients with neurodegeneration

Coffee Break (10:00 - 10:30)

Session 2 (10:30 - 12:30)
protein damage and aggregation

Hans-Ulrich DemuthHalle, D

Age-dependent posttranslational protein modification - driving force in neurodegeneration?

Tilman GrunePotsdam, D

Protein Oxidation and Aggregation in Aging and Senescence

Niki ChondrogianniAthens, GR

Proteasome modulation as an anti-aging and anti-aggregation strategy

Katarina Sebekova

Bratislava, SK

Glycated proteins in nutrition: friend or foe

Lunch Break (12:30 - 13:30)

Session 3 (13:30 - 15:30)
Cardiovascular aging

Bernd NiemannGießen, D               

Cardiac ageing enhances atrial fibrillation or vice versa? - Impact of altered miRNA expressional profile and metobaolic signalling for treatment and ersistence of atrial fibrillation?

Judith HandelerDüsseldorf, D

Protective effects of caffeine in the cardiovascular system depend on mitochondrial p27 - in aging and disease

Markus GoschNürnberg, D

Oral anticoagulation and polypharmacy in older adults with atrial fibrillation

Sandra EifertMünchen, D

Gender elated aspects of the cardiovascular system and its impact on progressio and aging

Poster Session / Coffee Break (15:30 - 16:30)

Session 4 (16:30 - 18:30)
Panel discussion on ethical issues

Chair: Jutta Schnitzer-Ungefug

Georg MartinSeattle, USA        

Historical Overview of Research on Lifespan Extension and its Ethical Implications

Aubrey de GreyMountain View, USA

Rejuvenation biotechnology: why age may soon no longer mean aging

Ian Richard GroundHertfordshire, USA

The Shape of Lives to Come

Zoé RheinsbergTübingen, D

Ethical aspects of biogerontological research. An overview of the debat

20:00 Conference-Dinner
Halloren- and Salinemuseum

Sunday September 3rd 2017

Session 5 (8:30 - 10:30)
Stem cells and regeneration

Lenhard RudolphJena, D                

Epigenetic stress response and stem cell aging

Pura Munoz-CánoveBarcelona, ES

Understanding jmuscle stem cell regenerative decline with aging

Maximilian EmmertZürich, CH

Bioengineered matrices to regenerate the heart - The Zurich Life Matrix Programm

Günter LepperdingerSalzburg, AT

Mesenchymal Stem Cells-on-Chips/Organon-Chips/Chips in Mesenchymal Organs - Monitoring Healing Kinetics: an ageing perspective

Poster Session / Coffee Break (10:30 - 11:30)

Session 6 (11:30- 13:30)
Anti-aging therapies

Alexey Moskalev

Syktyvkar, RUS

Effects of pharmacological inhibition of aging-associated pathways on Drosophila lifespan

James KirklandRochester, USA

The Path towards Translating Senolytic Drugs and Other Interventions Targeting Aging Processes into Clinical Treatments

Judy CampisiNovato, USA

Cellular senescence and aging

Jan HoeijmakersRotterdam, NL

DNA damage: impact on aging, neurodegeneration and the effect of nutritional intervenstions