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Beeson Annual Meeting

Nov 20
2019

Beeson Annual Meeting

The Beeson Annual Meeting is held for Beeson Scholars, mentors and other leaders in academic medicine and aging research to review research progress of Scholars, encourage dissemination of their findings, and enhance development of scholarship and leadership. The 2019 Beeson Annual Meeting will be held November 20 - 23 at the Hyatt Regency Tamaya Resort and Spa in Santa Ana Pueblo, New Mexico. The 2019 meeting agenda is under construction, but the 2018 final meeting program book can be downloaded here.


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Annual Awards Dinner and Scientific Symposium

Nov 7
2019

Annual Awards Dinner and Scientific Symposium

  Please join AFAR for our Annual Awards Dinner and Scientific Symposium Thursday, November 7, 2019 Lotte New York Palace   2-5pm  Symposium 6-7pm  Cocktails 7-9pm Awards Dinner   honoring   Alan Alda Founder, Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science HONORARY LEADERSHIP AWARD Howard P. Milstein Chairman, Milstein Medical Asian American Partnership (MMAAP) Foundation GEORGE E. AND MARIE J. DOTY AWARD     also recognizing   Pinchas “Hassy” Cohen, MD Dean, USC Leonard Davis School of Gerontology IRVING S. WRIGHT AWARD OF DISTINCTION   Nathan LeBrasseur, PhD Associate Professor, Mayo Clinic, Rochester VINCENT CRISTOFALO RISING…


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New Investigator in Alzheimer's Disease Grantee Meeting

Sep 25
2019

New Investigator in Alzheimer's Disease Grantee Meeting

The New Investigator in Alzhiemer's Disease Grantee Meeting is scheduled for September 25 - 27, 2019 and will be held in Los Angeles, California at the UCLA Luskin Conference Center. The purpose of the event is to promote scientific and personal exchanges among current and former grantees and experts in the field of Alzheimer's Disease. A preliminary program is available here. Attendance of this meeting is by invitation only.


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WEBINAR: Incorporating Genetic Diversity in Mouse Models and the  Potential for Precision-Medicine for Alzheimer’s

Aug 6
2019

WEBINAR: Incorporating Genetic Diversity in Mouse Models and the Potential for Precision-Medicine for Alzheimer’s

WEBINAR: Incorporating Genetic Diversity in Mouse Models and the Potential for Precision-Medicine for Alzheimer’s   Tuesday, August 6, 2019 2-3pm Eastern (11am-12pm Pacific). Free. RSVP here. Catherine Kaczorowski, PhD of the Nathan Shock Center at the Jackson Lab has recently found that incorporating genetic diversity into modeling Alzheimer’s disease in mice resulted in greater overlap with the genetic, molecular, and clinical features of this pervasive human disease. This is the first study to show that you can replicate many of the molecular features of Alzheimer’s disease by interrogating diverse mouse models. Dr. Kaczorowski&rsquo…


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2019 AFAR Grantee Conference

Jun 3
2019

2019 AFAR Grantee Conference

The 32nd Annual Paul F. Glenn Conference on Aging Research organized by AFAR is June 3 - 5, 2019 and will be held in Santa Barbara, California at the Four Seasons Biltmore Hotel. The purpose of the event is to promote scientific and personal exchanges among recent AFAR grantees and experts in the fields of aging research. The meeting program book may be downloaded here.


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