Upcoming Events

Upcoming Events:

Providence Area Aging Research Forum (PAARF)

Biology of Aging Seminar Series

Upcoming Meetings

Brown University Colloquium on the Biology of Aging

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The Providence Area Aging Research Forum (PAARF)

PAARF has a new permanent location!!!  Both the food and talks will be held at the Laboratories for Molecular Medicine at 70 Ship St, room 107.  Food is served at 5:30 pm, talks begin at 6 pm.

PAARF is a forum allowing students, postdocs, and junior faculty to present data in a friendly atmosphere with a focus on discussing unpublished research in progress. The objective is to stimulate a grass-roots dialogue not only to troubleshoot data from a variety of perspectives, but also to stimulate collaborations. This venue is enthusiastically embraced by members of the Brown Biology of Aging Initiative and frequently attracts participants from the surrounding community, such as Rhode Island Hospital, Providence College and the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole. PAARF is usually held on the 2nd Tuesday of the month at the Laboratories for Molecular Medicine at 70 Ship Street in room 107. Refreshments are served at 5:30 and the presentations begin at 6:00 PM.

The 2017/2018 PAARF Schedule:

Sept 12:          Sun Maybury-Lewis, Webb Lab
                         Kevin Murphy, Koren Lab

Oct 10:            Diego Jaime, Fallon Lab
                          Jocelyn Newton, Sedivy/Jogl Labs

Nov 14:          Melissa Silvestrini, Lapierre Lab
                         Erin Kennedy, Delaney Lab 

Feb 13:            Chathuraka T. Jayasuriya, Dept. of Orthopaedics, RIH
                          Amanda Audesse, Webb Lab

Mar 13:           Anna Petrashen, Sedivy Lab
                           Arjun Mathur, Reenan Lab

Apr 10:          Abigail Brown, Webb Lab
                        Lauren Watts, Zhitkovich Lab

 

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The Biology of Aging Seminar Series

The Biology of Aging Seminar Series brings to Brown some of the most renown scientists in the Biology of Aging field.  Seminars are held once per month during the academic year, at noon on the third Thursday each month in the Purple Palace (BioMed 202).  There will be no seminar in Dec and Jan. 

2017/18 Biology of Aging Seminar Schedule:

After-seminar discussions in the Laboratories for Molecular Medicine: Assistant Professor Jill Kreiling (left), Lab Manager Abigail Peterson (middle) and Postdoctoral Associate Marco De Cecco (right).After-seminar discussions in the Laboratories for Molecular Medicine: Assistant Professor Jill Kreiling (left), Lab Manager Abigail Peterson (middle) and Postdoctoral Associate Marco De Cecco (right).

Sept 21 - Darren Baker, Mayo Clinic. "Linking Senescent Cells to Organismal Aging".  Purple Palace, BioMed 202.

Oct 26  - Dana Miller, University of Washington. "Fasting protects against hypoxia-induced proteostasis defects in C. elegans". Purple Palace, BioMed 202.  

Nov 30 - Rafael de Cabo, National Institute on Aging. Purple Palace, BioMed 202.

Feb 22 - Meng Wang, Baylor College of Medicine. 

Mar 22 - Luigi Fontana, Washington University, St. Louis.

Apr 19 - Heinrich Jasper, Buck Institute for Research on Aging.

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Upcoming Meetings

12th Annual Harvard/Paul F. Glenn Symposium on Aging

Monday, June 26, 2017

Joseph B. Martin Conference Center at Harvard Medical School, 77 Avenue Louis Pasteur, Boston, MA. 

Featured Speakers Include:
Judith Campisi, PhD - "Cellular senescence, aging, and cancer: Yin and Yang".
Marcia Haigis, PhD - "New modes of mitochondrial regulation in aging and disease".
Rajendra S. Apte, MD, PhD - "Lipid homeostasis in aging and disease".
Li-Huei Tsai, PhD - "Network level approaches to studying Alzheimer's diseease".

This one-day free symposium will begin at 1:00 PM and end at 5:00 PM.  

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Brown University Colloquium on the Biology of Human Aging

The 2018 Biology of Human Aging Colluquium will be held on Monday, May 21, 2018.  All of the talks will be held in room 220 in Sidney Frank HallCheck back in early 2018 for more information on this year's speakers.

The Biology of Human Aging Colluquium was founded in 1998 by Drs. Sedivy and Tatar, and is currently under the leadership of Dr. Helfand. The colloquium is a full-day event, with lectures delivered by stars (or upcoming stars) of the aging field.

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Apr 10:         Abigail Brown, Webb Lab

Lauren Watts, Zhitkovich Lab

Apr 10:         Abigail Brown, Webb Lab

Lauren Watts, Zhitkovich Lab