Why do we age?
As the desire to live longer is as old as humanity itself, over the last few years research into longevity and healthy aging has progressed rapidly.
Scientists all over the world are developing technologies to prevent and possibly reverse aging as a root cause of all age-related disorders including Alzheimer’s disease, dementia, cardiovascular diseases, diabetes and cancer.
This year Annual Conference presents current trends in research and technology leading to an increase in healthy life span, by unraveling molecular mechanisms of ageing.
Carien Niessen, CECAD Cologne
Scientific Coordinator, Principal Investigator, Department Cell Biology of the Skin
Peter Walter, Bay Area Institute of science – Altos Labs
Distinguished Professor in the Department of Biochemistry & Biophysics at University of California, San Francisco
Since 2009, each year the BioRN Annual Conference has been a valuable source of top information, lively discussions and networking opportunities with international experts from different fields of the life sciences.
The conferences is open to members, partners & friends.
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