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The Paul F. Glenn Distinguished Lecture Series
2019 Glenn Symposium - Please stay tuned for upcoming information on this lecture series.
| Past Events |
2018 Glenn Symposium: Shelley Berger, University of Pennsylvania, “pigenetic Pathways as Target in Human Diseas”
2017 Glenn Symposium: Vera Gorbunova, University of Rochester, “Longevity Mechanisms in Long Lived Rodents”
2016 Glenn Symposium: Jan van Deursen, The Mayo Clinic, “Cellular Senescence in Aging and Disease: from Mechanism to Therapy”
2015 Glenn Symposium: Gary Ruvkun, Harvard University, “C elegans Surveillance of Ccore Cellular Components to Detect and Defend Toxin Attacks, Real or Imagined”
2014 Glenn Symposium: Bruce Yankner, Harvard Medical School, “Systems Biology of the Aging Brain”
2013 Glenn Symposium: Johan Auwerx, EPFL, Switzerland, "Mitochondrial Function and Aging"
2012 Glenn Symposium: David Sinclair, Harvard, "New Genes and Small Molecules that Slow the Pace of Aging and Disease”
2010 Glenn Symposium: C. Ronald Kahn, Joslin Diabetes Center, "Role of Adipose Tissue in Aging in Mice"
2009 Glenn Symposium: Douglas Wallace, University of CA at Irvine, "Mitochondria-disease Evolution and Aging"