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Biology of Aging: Understanding Aging to Better Intervene
November 9-11, 2019, Montreal
What is aging? How well do we understand it? What potential is there for interventions that would improve health? Is aging the same in all animals?
These and other questions will be tackled at the third edition of our international symposium on aging biology, more relevant than ever as anti-aging treatments are starting to be tested clinically. Our program is designed to bring together researchers from a variety of fields to create an intellectual synergy to advance aging research, including cellular senescence, immunosenescence, and basic mechanisms more generally, as well as more translational fields such as frailty, chronic age-related diseases and epidemiology.
Building on the success of the previous two editions, this Symposium features a diversity of prestigious speakers. Visit our website at to see the complete program and all details.
Co-presidents of the scientific committee:
Alan Cohen and Tamàs Fülöp, Université de Sherbrooke
Saturday to Monday, November 9-11, 2019
1 Boulevard René-Lévesque Est
Canada, H2X 3Z5
Early registration fees ($CA): Student $200, Regular $525 (until October 15, 2019)
Late registration fees ($CA): Student $300, Regular $750 (after October 15, 2019)