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BSRA Annual Scientific Meeting 2023

A compelling lineup of speakers from all areas of the biology of ageing

06-Sep-2023 to 08-Sep-2023

In 2023, the BSRA is pleased to be hosting its annual general meeting at the University of Westminster, London. With a central location at the heart of London’s West End and amongst many of the London Universities campuses, this meeting promises to hold engaging discussions and talks on the biology of ageing.

Speakers at this meeting are:

• Alex Zhavoronkov

• Anne Brunet

• Arne Akbar

• David Gems

• David Rubinsztein

• Eline Slagboom

• Emma Teeling

• Hal Barron

• Irina Conboy

• James Kirkland

• Jesus Gil

• Leigh Breen

• Lorna Harries

• Lynne Cox

• Matt Kaeberlein

• Nick Lane

• Sian Henson

• Simon Carding

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See also: Institute British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA) - Scientific society which promotes and funds research into the biology of ageing

Details last updated 03-Jan-2023

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Alex Zhavoronkov

CEO of InSilico Medicine & Deep Longevity. CSO of Biogerontology Research Foundation

Anne Brunet

Professor of Genetics at Stanford University

Arne Akbar

Professor of Immunology in Department of Infection and Immunity at the University College London

David Gems

British geneticist and biogerontologist, Professor of Biology of Ageing at University College London

David Rubinsztein

CIMR Deputy Director, Professor of Molecular Neurogenetics and UK Dementia Research Institute Professor.

Eline Slagboom

Professor of molecular epidemiology and Chair of LUMC Medical Research Profile on Ageing.

Emma Teeling

Associate Professor at University College Dublin

Hal Barron

President Research And Development at GSK, former president of research and development at Calico and incoming CEO at Altos Labs

Irina Conboy

Professor of Bioengineering at Berkeley University of California.

James Kirkland

Researcher on different aging related diseases

Jesús Gil

Scientist at MRC London Institute of Medical Sciences that works on senolytics and cancer therapy

Leigh Breen

Professor of Translational Muscle Physiology at the University of Birmingham

Lorna Harries

Professor of Molecular Genetics at the University of Exeter

Lynne Cox

Molecular cell biologist studying the biology of ageing and age-related diseases.

Matt Kaeberlein

Professor at University of Washington and chair of the American Aging Association

Nick Lane

Professor of Evolutionary Biochemistry in the Department of Genetics, Evolution and Environment at University College London

Sian Henson

Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University of London

Simon Carding

Professor at University of East Anglia and Group leader at Quadram Institute working on gut microbiome

Topics mentioned on this page:
Ageing Research