WELCOME TO THE

 

LARRY L. HILLBLOM CENTER FOR THE BIOLOGY OF AGING

 

 

Symposium:

 

The Fourth Annual “From Molecules to Medicine” Mini-Symposium took place on Monday, Sept 11, Toland Hall, Parnassus, 9 am-1 pm

 

 

Speakers and Topics

Steve Hauser: Multiple Sclerosis Molecules

Elizabeth Blackburn: Telomeres and Cancer

Doug Hanahan, Cancer Molecules

Cynthia Kenyon: Genes for Aging

Adam Gazzaley: Watching Old Brains Think

Paul Muchowski: Huntington’s Disease Molecules

 

Posters by Students and Postdocs

Refreshments were served.

 

Symposium was organized by Cynthia Kenyon, and supported by

The Larry L. Hillblom Center for the Biology of Aging

NIH Training Grant for Aging and Neurodegeneration

For more information about the Molecules to Medicine symposia, contact Mayra Melville 415 514-4078.

 


Upcoming Symposia and Journal Club Topics

 

The Biology of Aging Journal Club meets weekly on Wednesdays, at 1pm in Conference Room S336A in Genentech Hall, at Mission Bay. Hillblom Graduate Fellows, as well as students and postdocs supported by the Training Grant for Aging and Neurodegenerative diseases, and any other interested participants, present a relevant to aging or age-related disease and discuss it over lunch. 

Biology of Aging Journal Club
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


You are invited to attend our next Biology of Aging Journal Club

 

Date:   Wednesday, January 10, 2007 

Time:               1 PM

Room:             S336A Genentech Hall, Mission Bay Campus

Presenter:        Marta Gaglia

                       

A new progeroid syndrome reveals that genotoxic stress suppresses the somatotroph axis. Niedernhofer LJ, et al. Nature. 2006 Dec 21; 444(7122):1038-43. 

 

Link to paper:

 

My paper

 

 

For questions regarding the Biology of Aging Journal Club please contact Mayra Melville at 415-514-4078, email:  mmelville@biochem.ucsf.edu