I’m currently at the Cold Spring Harbor Labs conference on The Molecular Genetics of Aging — well, technically, I’m sitting in the off-site hotel, waiting for the conference to start, but close enough.
The last conference of this kind was a real corker, a fitting tribute to the dozen or so years that had passed since biogerontology’s molecular-biological awakening, and I have every reason to anticipate another great meeting.
I’m going to try to blog the sessions a bit more than I did last time, though I’m not sure how that will work out. Actually taking notes at the same time as I make blog entries sounds pretty hard. Still, though, I’ll try.
If you’re here, and you see me, you should say hi.
- I. Genetics of simple organisms.
- IIa. Genome stability, damage and repair
- IIb. Telomeres
- VI. Senescence, apoptosis and stress
- VII. Stem cells
- X. Environmental interventions