This 2-day meeting brings together leading scientists from across disciplines (immunology, aging, genomics, and computational biology) with shared interests in using systems immunology to understand aging and aging-related diseases. This year will focus on “The Immune Resilience of Aging”.
Virtual and in-person attendance are available for this hybrid event. In-person activities will take place at The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine in Farmington, Connecticut.
Registration is Open
Sep 22 - 23
Aging is a complex and multi-dimensional phenotype that affects all tissues of all organisms. In humans, aging–related diseases, including cardiovascular diseases, cancer and type 2 diabetes, pose a huge health and economic burden, which will continue to increase as the aging population is expected to double by 2030. Disruption of immune cell functions and responses plays a significant role in the etiology of many aging-related diseases. Recent advances in genomic technologies (e.g., single cell transcriptomics and epigenomics) enable precise description of molecular and cellular changes associated with aging in human cells as well as in model organisms, including the mouse. However, uncovering the functional and clinical significance of these genomic and cellular changes is a significant computational challenge.
This 2-day meeting brings together leading scientists from across disciplines (immunology, aging, genomics, and computational biology) with shared interests in using systems immunology to understand aging and aging-related diseases. This year will focus on “The Immune Resilience of Aging”. This year we will have talks focusing on
Participants will have access to meeting content and recordings for two weeks after the meeting ends.
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All events will be held at The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine, located on the UConn Health Campus in Farmington. Participants are responsible for their own lodging accommodations.
Local hotels in the area include:
DELAMAR West Hartford
1 Memorial Rd, West Hartford, CT 06107
Styled with a contemporary take on traditional elegance, the 114 rooms and suites at Delamar West Hartford are built to LEED Gold Standards and offer unparalleled luxury and distinctive charm for guests. Situated in the heart of the Blue Back Square neighborhood of West Hartford and close to Bradley Airport, this hotel is 4.0 miles from The Jackson Laboratory.
Courtyard Hartford Farmington
1583 Southeast Road, Farmington CT 06032
The Courtyard Hartford Farmington features newly designed guest rooms, a state-of-the-art lobby and on-site dining options. Whatever brings you to town, make the most of our modern lobby with high-speed Internet access, semi-private media pods and The Bistro - Eat. Drink. Connect., open daily for breakfast and dinner. Before winding down at one of the premier hotels in Farmington, CT, work up a sweat in the on-site fitness center, take a refreshing dip in the indoor swimming pool or enjoy a cocktail at the Bistro Bar. Blending comfort and convenience, our new rooms boast plush Marriott bedding, free Wi-Fi and lounge-around sofas.
All events will be held at The Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine, located on the UConn Health Campus in Farmington. Participants are responsible for their own travel arrangements.
The closest airport is Bradley International Airport, BDL which is approximately 45 minutes away. Car rental, public transportation, and taxi services are available from Bradley International Airport.
Stadtman Investigator; Translational Gerontology/Epigenetics and Stem Cell Aging Unit
Assistant Professor of Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology
Waldemar Von Zedtwitz Professor of Comparative Medicine and of Immunobiology
Professor of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Head, Laboratory of Molecular Parasitology; Member, Lindsley F. Kimball Research Institute
Senior Research Scientist
Professor and Vice-Chair of Translational Medicine, Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Associate Professor, The Dattels Family Chair
Associate Professor, Anatomy
Research Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor of Gerontology
Principal Computational Scientist
Professor and Chair
A Grant to The Jackson Laboratory From the Howard Hughes Medical Institute Through the Science Education Program