Assistant professor at Mayo Clinic and scientist trying to understand ageing
Dr. Diana Jurk is a renowned researcher focused on aging mechanisms and age-related diseases. Her significant contributions to liver disease and neurodegeneration research have led to groundbreaking findings. Dr. Jurk's work has uncovered the role of senescent cells in liver disease and neurogenesis inhibition, suggesting potential therapeutic strategies for nonalcoholic fatty liver disease and neuropsychiatric disorders. Her goal is to prevent or delay age-related diseases and extend healthy lifespan by targeting multiple conditions simultaneously.
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25-Nov-2022 to 26-Nov-2022
Unique biennial online meeting of scientists working on the biology of ageing organized by Heales and International Longevity Alliance (FREE)