5th Bay Area Aging Meeting

Monday, November 26, 2012
Gladstone Institutes, 1650 Owens Street, San Francisco

8:30-9:00am Arrival/Breakfast
9:00-9:10am Welcome, Eric Verdin and Mark Collins (Glenn Foundation)

Session 1: Moderator: Danica Chen

9:10-9:30am Age-related changes in intestinal JNK/Foxo activity contribute to the breakdown of metabolic homeostasis in Drosophila.
Jason Karpac, Jasper Lab, Buck Institute
9:30-9:50 am De novo assembly of the genome and transcriptome of the short-lived African killifish Nothobranchius furzeri, a new model for aging research
Bérénice Benayoun, Brunet Lab, Stanford
9:50-10:10am The ketone β-hydroxybutyrate is an endogenous HDAC inhibitor and protects against oxidative stress
John Newman, Verdin lab, Gladstone/UCSF
10:10-10:30am FOXO activity among the tissues of C. elegans
Peichuan Zhang, Kenyon lab, UCSF
10:30-11:00am Coffee Break

Session 2: Moderator: Stuart Kim

11:00-11:20am Cell proliferation and proteome turnover rates as biomarkers of different longevity‐promoting interventions in mice
Airlia Thompson, Hellerstein Lab, UCB
11:20-11:40am Asymmetric Cell Division and Aging in Yeast: A Proteomic Perspective
Jiashun Zheng, Li lab, UCSF
11:40: 12:00am The UPRer is a Cell Non-Autonomous Regulator of Stress Resistance and Longevity
Rebecca Taylor, Dillin Lab, UCB
12:00-12:20pm A mitochondrial signal that modulates senescence
Chris Wiley- Campisi lab, Buck Institute
12:20-12:30pm PIs only business meeting-Planning for next Bay Area Aging Club meeting
12:30-1:30 pm Lunch

Session 3: Moderator: Pankaj Kapahi

1:30-1:50pm Late Breaker presentation
1:50-2:10pm The role of resident fibro-adipogenic progenitors in mediating age-related muscle fibrosis
Jiashun Zheng, Li lab, UCSF
2:10-2:30pm The role of resident fibro-adipogenic progenitors in mediating age-related muscle fibrosis
Alisa Mueller, Rando lab, Stanford
2:10-2:30pm Label free quantitative proteomics of the lysine acetylome in hepatic mitochondria identifies substrates of SIRT3
Matt Rardin, Gibson lab, Buck Institute
2:30-2:50pm A critical role for Circadian clocks in the lifespan extension effects of Dietary restriction.
Subhash Katewa, Kapahi lab, Buck Institute
2:50-3:00pm Presentation by the Glenn Foundation
3:00-3:30pm Coffee break/poster set up
3:30-5:30pm Poster Session/Reception