Dear registrant of the Cologne Spring Meeting/3rd Aging Conference "From mechanism to disease"

We are pleased to inform you that a new date has been set for Spring Meeting 2020 - now Spring Meeting 2021: 17-19 March, 2021.

Speakers and Topics

(conference agenda to follow later)

Adriano Aguzzi (University Hospital, Zürich)
Prion biology: progress and challenges

Yves Barral (ETH, Zürich)
Using budding yeast to dissect the molecular mechanisms of ageing at the cellular level

Vilhelm A. Bohr (NIA, Baltimore)
DNA damage leads to mitochondrial dysfunction in neurodegeneration and aging

Débora Trentini (CMMC, Cologne)
New insights into ribosome-associated protein quality control from the perspective of antigen presentation

Dmitry Bulavin (IRCAN, Nice)
LSEC model of aging

Haim Cohen (Bar-Ilan University, Ramat Gan)
The age dependent metabolome

Andrew Dillin (University of California, Berkeley)
Metazoan evolution of coordinated aging

Maria A. Ermolaeva (FLI, Jena)
Age, sex and individual stress resilience determine longevity effects of metformin

M. Carolina Florian (CMRB, Barcelona)
Aging of the Hematopoietic Stem Cell Niche

George A. Garinis (IMBB-FORTH, Heraklion)
DNA Damage & Innate Immune Responses in Mammals

Ilona Grunwald Kadow (TUM, Munich)
Neural circuit mechanisms at the interface of brain and body in Drosophila

Jacqueline Jacobs (NKI, Amsterdam)
Genome stability by control of DNA repair at telomeres and DNA double strand breaks

Valery Krizhanovsky (Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot)
Molecular Mechanisms of Senescent Cell’s Viability

Ana Martin-Villalba (DKFZ, Heidelberg)
The art of decision-making by stem cells in the aging brain

Ellen Nollen (ERIBA, Groningen)
Modifying age-related protein toxicity

Sophie Polo (CNRS/Paris Diderot University, Paris)
Epigenome maintenance in response to DNA damage

Micha Rapé (University of California, Berkeley)
Development under stress: novel roles for quality control in cell fate specification

Jane Reznick (CECAD Research Center, Cologne)
Molecular insights into cardiometabolic health from a long-lived mammal the naked mole-rat

Manuel Serrano (IRB, Barcelona)
New insights into the rejuvenation potential of in vivo reprogramming

Gilles Storelli (CECAD Research Center, Cologne)
Roles for fatty acid metabolism in intestinal inflammation

Aurelio Teleman (DKFZ, Heidelberg)
Aging and sex hormones in Drosophila

Wolfgang Wagner (Uniklinik RWTH, Aachen)
DNA Methylation Changes in Aging and Senescence