Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://doi.org/10.18632/aging.203859
Title: Meeting Report: Aging Research and Drug Discovery
Authors: Meron, Esther
Thaysen, Maria
Angeli, Suzanne
Antebi, Adam
Barzilai, Nir 
Baur, Joseph A
Bekker-Jensen, Simon
Birkisdottir, Maria
Bischof, Evelyne
Bruening, Jens
Brunet, Anne
Buchwalter, Abigail
Cabreiro, Filipe
Cai, Shiqing
Chen, Brian H
Ermolaeva, Maria
Ewald, Collin Y
Ferrucci, Luigi
Florian, Maria Carolina
Fortney, Kristen
Freund, Adam
Georgievskaya, Anastasia
Gladyshev, Vadim N
Glass, David
Golato, Tyler
Gorbunova, Vera
Hoejimakers, Jan
Houtkooper, Riekelt H
Jager, Sibylle
Jaksch, Frank
Janssens, Georges
Jensen, Martin Borch
Kaeberlein, Matt
Karsenty, Gerard
de Keizer, Peter
Kennedy, Brian
Kirkland, James L
Kjaer, Michael
Kroemer, Guido
Lee, Kai-Fu
Lemaitre, Jean-Marc
Liaskos, David
Longo, Valter D
Lu, Yu-Xuan
MacArthur, Michael R
Maier, Andrea B 
Manakanatas, Christina
Mitchell, Sarah J
Moskalev, Alexey
Niedernhofer, Laura
Ozerov, Ivan
Partridge, Linda
Passegue, Emmanuelle
Petr, Michael A
Peyer, James
Radenkovic, Dina
Rando, Thomas A
Rattan, Suresh
Riedel, Christian G
Rudolph, Lenhard
Ai, Ruixue
Serrano, Manuel
Schumacher, Bjoern
Sinclair, David A
Smith, Ryan
Suh, Yousin
Taub, Pam
Trapp, Alexandre
Trendelenburg, Anne-Ulrike
Valenzano, Dario Riccardo
Verburgh, Kris
Verdin, Eric
Vijg, Jan
Westendorp, Rudi GJ
Zonari, Alessandra
Bakula, Daniela
Zhavoronkov, Alex
Scheibye-Knudsen, Morten
Keywords: Science & Technology
Life Sciences & Biomedicine
Cell Biology
Geriatrics & Gerontology
aging
drug discovery
conference
AI
longevity
CELLS
LIFE
HALLMARKS
INSIGHTS
DIET
Issue Date: 31-Jan-2022
Publisher: IMPACT JOURNALS LLC
Citation: Meron, Esther, Thaysen, Maria, Angeli, Suzanne, Antebi, Adam, Barzilai, Nir, Baur, Joseph A, Bekker-Jensen, Simon, Birkisdottir, Maria, Bischof, Evelyne, Bruening, Jens, Brunet, Anne, Buchwalter, Abigail, Cabreiro, Filipe, Cai, Shiqing, Chen, Brian H, Ermolaeva, Maria, Ewald, Collin Y, Ferrucci, Luigi, Florian, Maria Carolina, Fortney, Kristen, Freund, Adam, Georgievskaya, Anastasia, Gladyshev, Vadim N, Glass, David, Golato, Tyler, Gorbunova, Vera, Hoejimakers, Jan, Houtkooper, Riekelt H, Jager, Sibylle, Jaksch, Frank, Janssens, Georges, Jensen, Martin Borch, Kaeberlein, Matt, Karsenty, Gerard, de Keizer, Peter, Kennedy, Brian, Kirkland, James L, Kjaer, Michael, Kroemer, Guido, Lee, Kai-Fu, Lemaitre, Jean-Marc, Liaskos, David, Longo, Valter D, Lu, Yu-Xuan, MacArthur, Michael R, Maier, Andrea B, Manakanatas, Christina, Mitchell, Sarah J, Moskalev, Alexey, Niedernhofer, Laura, Ozerov, Ivan, Partridge, Linda, Passegue, Emmanuelle, Petr, Michael A, Peyer, James, Radenkovic, Dina, Rando, Thomas A, Rattan, Suresh, Riedel, Christian G, Rudolph, Lenhard, Ai, Ruixue, Serrano, Manuel, Schumacher, Bjoern, Sinclair, David A, Smith, Ryan, Suh, Yousin, Taub, Pam, Trapp, Alexandre, Trendelenburg, Anne-Ulrike, Valenzano, Dario Riccardo, Verburgh, Kris, Verdin, Eric, Vijg, Jan, Westendorp, Rudi GJ, Zonari, Alessandra, Bakula, Daniela, Zhavoronkov, Alex, Scheibye-Knudsen, Morten (2022-01-31). Meeting Report: Aging Research and Drug Discovery. AGING-US 14 (2) : 530-543. ScholarBank@NUS Repository. https://doi.org/10.18632/aging.203859
Abstract: Aging is the single largest risk factor for most chronic diseases, and thus possesses large socioeconomic interest to continuously aging societies. Consequently, the field of aging research is expanding alongside a growing focus from the industry and investors in aging research. This year’s 8th Annual Aging Research and Drug Discovery (ARDD) meeting was organized as a hybrid meeting from August 30th to September 3rd 2021 with more than 130 attendees participating on-site at the Ceremonial Hall at University of Copenhagen, Denmark, and 1800 engaging online. The conference comprised of presentations from 75 speakers focusing on new research in topics including mechanisms of aging and how these can be modulated as well as the use of AI and new standards of practices within aging research. This year, a longevity workshop was included to build stronger connections with the clinical community.
Source Title: AGING-US
URI: https://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/234874
ISSN: 1945-4589
DOI: 10.18632/aging.203859
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