This 2-day virtual meeting will break down silos of specialization and will coalesce leading scientists from three disciplines (immunology, aging and computational biology) with shared interests in understanding aging at the systems level and in curing aging-related diseases. Topics that will be covered will include senescence, immune system aging, cognitive decline with aging, and clinical and genomic biomarkers of aging. In addition, there will be talks on recent advances in genomic technologies such as single cell profiling technologies and microbiome profiling. There will a virtual poster session for trainees and other attendees. You are invited to submit an abstract while registering to be considered for a poster presentation.
The final 2020 schedule will be posted shortly. Special pricing is available for virtual participation. Please see "Registration" section below.
Registration is Open
Sep 02 - 03
Professor and Director, Immunological Sciences, Lab-Jacques Banchereau
Director, University of Connecticut Center on Aging
Assistant Professor of Gerontology