Pushing the Limits of Healthspan and Longevity (Keystone Symposia)

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Schloss Herrenhausen
Fachpublikum Wissenschaft

The first Keystone Symposia conference in Hanover on April 15-19, 2018 examines advances in research on the aging process and discusses how aging may be delayed to prolong lifespan.

Conference centre Herrenhausen Palace, Hanover, Germany (Photo: Eberhard Franke for VolkswagenStiftung)
Conference centre Herrenhausen Palace, Hanover, Germany (Photo: Eberhard Franke for VolkswagenStiftung)

This conference addresses factors that may contribute to healthier lifestyles and outcomes, thereby delaying the onset of age-associated diseases and extending longevity. The focus is to highlight cutting-edge advances in aging research, novel technologies and potential therapeutic interventions. Included are talks on mechanisms of aging in a wide range of established and non-traditional animal models with the key objective to enhance understanding of the basic biology behind experimental and lifestyle manipulations thought to have direct translational application to human aging. The conference will focus on topics not covered at previous Keystone Symposia meetings on aging biology and will specifically examine both the fundamental mechanisms involved in the aging process as well as interventions and potential therapeutics that may delay aging and the onset of age-associated diseases to forge a deeper understanding of the complex, multifactorial aging process. The discussions of novel interventions and/or therapeutics that appear to slow aging processes will, in turn, guide the field toward facilitating extended periods of good health and prolonging lifespan in humans.

Keystone Symposia Conference "Pushing the Limits of Healthspan and Longevity"
April 15-19, 2018
Herrenhausen Palace, Hanover, Germany


A detailed program can be found at the conference website: http://www.keystonesymposia.org/18D3.

Conference Topics at a glance 

- Communicating to Save Thyself: Is a Single Signaling Path the Answer?
- Good Fat, Bad Fat, Brown Fat, White Fat...
- Trash Removal: Is Enhanced Proteostasis the Way Forward in Aging?
- Powerhouse of the Cell: Manipulating Energy in Aging
- Changing What and How We Eat and its Impact upon Healthspan
- Swords, Targets and Cell Death: Combatting Senescence
- A View from Above: Aging at the Top of the Food Chain
- Drugging Aging - Interventions to Extend Human Health and Lifespan


The conference is organized by Keystone Symposia with the support of the Volkswagen Foundation. The Scientific Organizers are Rochelle Buffenstein (Calico, USA), Holly Brown-Borg (University of North Dakota, USA), and Colin Selman (University of Glasgow, UK).

Keystone Symposia on Molecular and Cellular Biology is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization headquartered in Silverthorne, Colorado, USA that convenes open, peer-reviewed conferences across a broad range of the life sciences. The mission of Keystone Symposia is to serve as a catalyst for the advancement of biomedical and life sciences by connecting scientists within and across disciplines at conferences and workshops held at venues that create an environment conducive to information exchange, generation of new ideas and acceleration of applications that benefit society. Approximately 50-60 conferences take place each year.


If you want to attend the conference please register through Keystone's website http://www.keystonesymposia.org/18D3

Discounted Registration Deadline: Feb 13, 2018


The conference language is English.

Venue and Public Transport

The conference is held at Herrenhausen Palace, a modern conference center in Hanover, Germany. You can reach the venue by tram: Take line 4 or 5 and get off at "Herrenhäuser Gärten".