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  • Lifespannetwork - Report and photos
    to all young researchers be they post docs or students engaged in ageing research within LifeSpan Link Age and DNAge The aim of the workshop was four fold To give young researchers from different labs the opportunity to meet one another and openly discuss their research To present inspirational keynotes and provide a platform for young investigators YIs to present their own work in a relaxed and supportive environment To

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  • Lifespannetwork - Ron de Kloet received the country's highest civilian order:
    has been conferred the country s highest civilian order the Order of the Lion of the Netherlands During the 7th World Congress on Stress in Leiden he received the order from the Mayor of his domicile Maarssen De Kloet has been Professor in Medical Pharmacology at the Leiden University Medical Centre from 1990 2009 Stress Ron de Kloet is one of the most prominent neuroscientists of the Netherlands With his research into the neurological and molecular regulation of stress he has acquired an international reputation As a token of that his work has been cited more than 24 000 times in the literature Besides many national and international decorations de Kloet is also an academy Professor of the Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences since 2004 This is one of the most honorary scientific functions in the Netherlands No definite goodbye In March 2010 de Kloet officially stopped his function as head of the department of Medical Pharmacology However he does not stop with his full time job it is too important to guide brilliant young scientists through their scientific adventure I always liked my job it is a very important part of my life de Kloet mentioned in a recent

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  • Lifespannetwork - Link-Age / LifeSpan Workshop on Data Handling for Biogerontology Research
    Biogerontology Research Summary report May5 18 2010 On 29 30 April 2010 Link Age and LifeSpan organized a Workshop on Data Handling for Biogerontology Research Please find herewith a brief summary report of the workshop as well as the list of participants The workshop went extremely well and some good connections were made with partner groups The number of external attendees was smaller than we expected perhaps the uncertainties about

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  • Lifespannetwork - Latest news
    the UK by Newcastle University 06 12 2010 Read more Report and photos Young Investigators Workshop III 14 09 2010 Read more Ron de Kloet received the country s highest civilian order the Order of the Lion of the Netherlands 26 08 2010 Read more Link Age LifeSpan Workshop on Data Handling for Biogerontology Research Summary report 18 05 2010 Read more LifeSpan in the news Interview with Bas Zwaan

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  • Lifespannetwork - Conferences and workshops
    United Kingdom April 29 30 2010 Link Age LifeSpan Workshop on Data Handling for Biogerontology Research Newcastle upon Tyne United Kingdom January 14 16 2010 Annual LifeSpan Meeting Leiden The Netherlands 2009 September 7 13 2009 Summer School Rhodes Greece June 14 18 2009 2nd LifeSpan and Link Age Young Investigators Workshop Tartu Estonia January 15 17 2009 Annual LifeSpan Meeting Leiden The Netherlands 2008 November 30 December 3 2008

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  • Lifespannetwork - BGS/LifeSpan Conference 2011
    Brighton UK PROGRAM Program LifeSpan was actively involved in this conference Guest lecture by Professor Kaare Christensen and Professor Bas Zwaan LifeSpan session Mechanisms of ageing with Prof Tom Kirkwood Prof Sven Cnattingius and others LifeSpan session Resilience of ageing with Prof Eline Slagboom Dr David Gunn and others LifeSpan ABSTRACT session Early determinants of Health in Later Life Closing lecture by Professor Rudi Westendorp The LifeSpan closing Symposium took place on Friday 14 October from 08 00 15 30 hrs Program LifeSpan Symposium ABSTRACTS Abstract submission was possible until 13 June 2011 Abstract results GENERAL INFORMATION href http www bgs org uk images stories bgsicons aut mtg brighton sign jpg Venue The Brighton Centre is located on the seafront of Brighton within easy walking distance of hotels shops and restaurants Brighton is one of the UK s favourite seaside resorts with its famous landmarks including the Royal Pavilion and the Brighton Pier The city is also one of the main creative centres in the South of England SOCIAL PROGRAMME Alle delegates were kindly invited to join the reception drinks on Wednesday evening from 18 30 19 30 which was sponsored by LifeSpan LifeSpan members got a complimentary ticket for

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  • Lifespannetwork - Meetings
    combine both fields are non existent and can not be provided for at the individual institutes Therefore there is a structural need for highly trained and skilled young scientists and technicians for this relatively unexploited field in the near future Workshops are a central tool to promote and to establish a common language and understanding between the participating scientists and a large series should be organised by the LifeSpan participants Wet workshops The so called wet workshops provide theoretical background practical training and advanced instrumentation on specific techniques The main target here is to accrue young scientists i e postgraduate and post doctoral workers from LifeSpan Experts drawn from both within and outside the network will give the lectures and tutorial sessions Each workshop is expected to be attended by up to 20 young scientists of which more than 30 will be females and more than 15 of the scientists will come from outside LifeSpan Dry workshops The dry workshops are used to update groups of more experienced researchers interested on emerging topics Besides discussing new fundamental and technical insights the workshops can be also used to invite experts from industries and different types of agencies for training selected personnel

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  • Lifespannetwork - Publications
    Password Remember me on this computer Forgot your password Click here Publications 2007 2011 LifeSpan has generated In total more than 250 publications in scientific journals Average Impact Factor IF of 6 7 Over 13 of the publications occurred in

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