At the press conference held today at the General Foundation of the University of Salamanca, the Age Open Science forum was presented, the first ed
The conferences will be available live streaming on this website and on Youtube.
Age Open Science will be hosted by many of the world's leading scientists who are willing to discuss issues that will bring together and shed some light on one of the issues that will transform the coming decades, ageing and healthspan.
"Approaches for cellular rejuvenation programming".
"Targeting cellular senescence to enhance muscle regeneration during ageing".
"Boosting resilience in neurons to treat neurodegeneration"
"Advances in cellular senescence and cell reprogramming to counteract age-associated diseases".
"Stem cell ageing: functional consequences and rejuvenating strategies".
"The regenerative biology of adult CNS progenitors: reversing the ravages of time".
"Honing in cellular stress and senescence through cell atlas construction".
Mechanisms of longevity and epigenome stability
"A physiological clock for human aging".
"Age-related Stem Cell Dysfunction in Barrier Epithelia - Strategies for Intervention"
"DNA methylation studies of aging in different mammals"
"Telomerase activation for the treatment of telomere loss disorders".