Paul F. Glenn Labs Inaugural Symposium: "Frontiers in Aging"

The core mission of the Paul F. Glenn Laboratories for the Biology of Aging at Stanford University is to explore the fundamental mechanisms of the biology of aging, focusing on the mechanisms of mammalian stem cell and tissue aging; and to invest in conceptual and technological advances to conquer new frontiers in aging research. Thomas Rando, Deputy Director of the Stanford Center on Longevity, is the Director of the Glenn Laboratories.

To mark its first year, Paul F. Glenn Laboratories at Stanford will hold an inaugural symposium entitled “Frontiers in Aging” on January 30, 2012, from 1:00-4:00 pm at the Clark Center Auditorium at Stanford University.Reception immediately following. Directions

Invited speakers include:

Dame Linda Partridge, PhD
Max Planck institute for the Biology of Aging
“Nutrient-sensing pathways and aging”



Andrew Dillin, PhD
Salk institute for Biological studies
“Humoral signals that control proteostasis and aging”



Nir Barzilai, MD
Albert einstein College of Medicine
“Role of the brain in metabolism and aging”