Conference: New Applications in Aging Research

From GTCBio, whose raison d’etre is “to produce quality conferences that facilitate the exchange of biopharmaceutical and biomedical intelligence between industry leaders, academic and government organizations, and the financial community”:

New Applications in Aging Research
January 7-8, 2008
San Diego, CA

The goal for this meeting is to advance the exchange of information between leaders in aging research and biopharmaceutical companies looking to address the rapidly growing market for treatments of aging-associated diseases. In addition to covering such subjects as mitochondria, sirtuins, caloric restriction, and model organisms for aging, the conference will also deal with the business opportunity for pharmaceutical companies to develop drug pipelines based on research now being conducted in academia and smaller biotech companies.

Starting with our Chair Michael R. Rose and Keynote Speaker Leonard Guarente, the speaker line-up is filled with top-level scientists and business executives who are helping to identify opportunities for profitable aging research. The conference aims to provide maximum value to industry, academic and government decision makers, focusing on science and business applications.

Abstract deadline is December 7. You can register for the conference here.