6th Bay Area Aging Meeting
March 23, 2013
Buck Institute, 8001 Redwood Blvd., Novato, CA 94945
Moderator: Pankaj Kapahi
|Humoral control of proteostasis
|Dr. Andy Dillin
Moderator: Eric Verdin
|Elucidating telomerase function using genetically defined human stem cell models.
|Dr. Dirk Hockemeyer
|ApoE4 Causes Age- and Sex-Dependent Impairment of Hilar GABAergic Interneurons, Leading to Learning and Memory Deficits in Mice.
|Dr. Laura Leung
|Targeting Abnormal Brain Activity in Alzheimer’s Disease: A Novel Therapeutic Strategy
|Dr. Pascal Sanchez
|RNA-binding proteins with prion domains in normal biology, aging, and disease.
|Dr. Julien Couthouis
|Rejuvenating the systemic environment reduces Alzheimer’s-like neuropathology in transgenic mice
|Dr. Jinte Middeldorp
|Glenn Award Ceremony
Moderator: Danica Chen
|Developmental Drift of ELT-2 as a cause of aging in C. elegans
|Dr. Biff Mann
|Immune senescence in the aging intestinal epithelium and control of proliferative homeostasis: effects on lifespan.
|Dr. Linlin Guo
|A small molecule screen for lifespan extending compounds identifies a novel chemical that acts as a dietary restriction mimetic in C. elegans.”
|Dr. Mark Lucanic
|A model to study calcification in Drosophila melanogaster
|Dr. Thomas Chi
|Juvenile worms can display features of aging and rejuvenation
|Dr. Antoine Roux
Moderator: Stuart Kim
|The role of MuRF1 in the regulation of skeletal muscle mass and growth with aging
|Dr. Leslie Baehr
|SIRT5 and mitochondrial protein succinylation.
|Dr. Wenjuan He
|Senescence-associated PDGF-AA secretion accelerates cutaneous wound healing
|Dr. Marco Demaria
|Neuroendocrine regulation of the calcineurin/CRTC1 longevity circuit in C. elegans and mice
|Dr. Celine Riera