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  • Lifespannetwork - LifeSpan Annual Meeting 2011
    Password Remember me on this computer Forgot your password Click here LifeSpan Annual Meeting 2011 January 13 15 2011 The Annual LifeSpan Meeting 2011 was held from Thursday afternoon 13 January till Saturday 15 January 2011 Program Detailed program List of participants List of participants Action points ACTION POINTS that emerged for the LifeSpan Annual Meeting 15 January 2011 Meeting location The meeting location was Castle Oud Poelgeest which is

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  • Lifespannetwork - Link-Age/LifeSpan Workshop on "Data Handling for Biogerontology Research"
    made with partner groups The number of external attendees was smaller than we expected perhaps the uncertainties about travel in the early days after the volcanic ash problems were a factor However the quality of the interactions was correspondingly greater and we will be happy to continue to interact with all WHAT The workshop see below for Aims and Scope provided presentations demonstrations and hands on tutorials for the data

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  • Lifespannetwork - PENS Summer School
    goal of the school was to train advanced PhD students and young post doctoral fellows in concepts of neurodevelopmental programming of the stress regulating systems during health and disease over the lifespan The participants have been guided through the stress system from various levels of biological organisation ranging from genes neurons and circuits to physiological regulation and behaviour We aimed to bridge research on development with research on ageing and to integrate these two disciplines via a common link the neuroendocrine stress system To this end we used a translational approach from an evolutionary perspective to novel therapeutic strategies to treat stress and age related brain disorders Further support for the school was from the EU Lifespan consortium http www lifespannetwork nl the ESF Euro stress program and the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences Topics Topics included developmental models epigenetics gene regulation gene variants nuclear receptors stress hormones growth factors brain neuroplasticity behaviour PTSD depression aging lifespan Registration and Fees Places available 40 Registration fee 300 Students could register by completing the electronic application form on the PENS website http fens mdc berlin de pens 2009 students Closing date was May 1 2009 All applications have been be

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  • Lifespannetwork - YW2
    was not only intended for people paid directly by LifeSpan but also for other people working on ageing at your group or groups working closely with you on this subject PROGRAM Several guest speakers have been invited discussing the themes currently covered by the LifeSpan Network Furthermore to emphasize the unique interdisciplinary set up we organized an extended brainstorming and discussion session partnering up people from different backgrounds to generate new ideas critically discuss new hypotheses and design research covering these themes This was of course a unique opportunity for them to extend their professional network with people working on ageing from different angles and different techniques Finally the workshop also allowed ample time for researches to discuss running or planned collaborations and experiments with the relevant people Confirmed keynote speakers 1 Prof Efstathios S Gonos National Hellenic Research Foundation Institute of Biological Research and Biotechnology Interested in genetic and environmental factors that are linked to human ageing and longevity http www eie gr nhrf institutes ibrb cvs cv gonos en html 2 Prof Nektarios Tavernarakis Institute of Molecular Biology and Biotechnology IMBB Foundation for Research and Technology Hellas FORTH Interested in aging and energy metabolism in C elegans http www imbb forth gr worms 3 Dr Joao Pedro de Magalhaes Ph D School of Biological Sciences University of Liverpool Interested in Systems Biology of Aging http pcwww liv ac uk aging 4 Dr Ahmet Koc PhD Izmir Institute of Technology Dept of Molecular Biology Genetics Interested in cellular aging senescence and mitochondrial function yeast S cerevisiae http www iyte edu tr ahmetkoc 5 Prof Stefan Jansson Umeå Plant Science Centre Department of Plant Physiology Interested in plant senescence http www upsc se photosynthesis stefan jansson project page html List of participants Riin Tamm University of Tartu Department of Biotechnology

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  • Lifespannetwork - YW1
    Interests evolutionary genetics of cognitive ageing life history and dietary restriction 4 P Eline Slagboom Leiden University Medical Centre Molecular Epidemiology Interests human ageing complex disease epi genetics Joint research talks LifeSpan in action LifeSpan scientists doing cross lab or cross species work also gave joint presentations with their LifeSpan partners focusing on the questions and problems that drove them together LifeSpan in action three brief examples Randi Aamodt UMB Elmar Tobi LUMC The honey bee has a mammalian like DNA methylation system Is the bee the ideal model organism for the study of epigenetics and ageing And how can the study of the bee contribute to our understanding of mammalian epigenetic ageing Camilla Burnet UCL Agnieszka Doroszuk IBL Challenge of integrating dietary restriction data in Drosophila Evelyna Derhovanessian TATI Andrea Maier LUMC Combining forces for a better understanding of immunity in ageing The LifeSpan Network offers unprecedented opportunities to perform experiments on unique cohorts of octogenarian monozygotic and dizygotic twins families with exceptionally long lived members and other rare samples in order to dissect and better understand the influence of developmental genetic and environmental parameters on the immune system late in life and the contribution of the latter to longevity and healthy ageing Discussions and brainstorming We also had discussion sessions aimed at designing cross disciplinary research and addressing questions relevant for the entire network The LifeSpan governing board highly encouraged that good research ideas flowing from the discussions were written down by the interested researchers apply for a LifeSpan grant and make it happen Two examples of possible themes How to measure ageing Exploring different phenotypes are there common denominators between species Everything has rhythm The biological clock is present in one form or the other in every species studied in LifeSpan With age the clock cycle changes

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  • Lifespannetwork - Related Meetings
    and active ageing for all Europeans II Bologna Italy 14 17 April 2011 2010 7th European Congress of Biogerontology Centenarian lesson a life beyond time Palermo Italy 14 17 October 2010 FEBS IUBMB SFRR Europe Advanced Lecture Course Protein maintenance and turnover in ageing and diseases Spetses island Greece 4 10 June 2010 2009 Skin ageing and Antioxidants Innovations and trends Malta 29 30 October 2009 Biomarkers of Ageing from Molecular Biology to Clinical Perspectives Halle Saale Germany 18 20 September 2009 2009 International Conference on Ageing and Spirituality 31 August 2009 to 2 September 2009 Auckland New Zealand Erasmus Summer Programme Rotterdam The Netherlands August 10 28 2009 19th IAGG World Congress of Gerontology and Geriatrics Paris France 5 9 July 2009 13th Congress of the International Association of Biomedical Gerontology I A B G Ageing cancer and age related diseases are there common mechanisms Québec Canada 18 20 May 2009 Harmonising Biobank Research Maximising Value Maximising Use Brussels Belgium 25 27 March 2009 2008 48th American Society for Cell Biology Annual Meeting San Francisco USA 13 17 December 2008 6th European Congress of Biogerontology Noordwijkerhout The Netherlands 30 November 3 December 2008 ICT BIO 2008 Conference Brussels Belgium

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  • Lifespannetwork - Publications 2007
    M Jagger C James O Martin Ruiz C Robinson L von ZT Kirkwood T 2007 The Newcastle 85 study biological clinical and psychosocial factors associated with healthy ageing study protocol BMC Geriatr 7 14 14 P10 Collerton J Martin Ruiz C Kenny A Barrass K von ZT Kirkwood T Keavney B 2007 Telomere lenght is associated with left ventricular function in the oldest old the Newcastle 85 study Eur Heart J 28 172 176 P10 Franceschi C Bezrukov V Blanche H Bolund L Christensen K de BG Deiana L Gonos E Hervonen A Yang H Jeune B Kirkwood TB Kristensen P Leon A Pelicci PG Peltonen L Poulain M Rea IM Remacle J Robine JM Schreiber S Sikora E Slagboom PE Spazzafumo L Stazi MA Toussaint O Vaupel J 2007 Genetics of healthy aging in Europe the EU integrated project GEHA GEnetics of Healthy Aging Ann N Y Acad Sci 1100 21 45 P1 P10 P11 Franco OH Kirkwood TB Powell JR Catt M Goodwin J Ordovas JM van der OF 2007 Ten commandments for the future of ageing research in the UK a vision for action BMC Geriatr 7 10 10 P10 Nyamsuren O Faggionato D Loch W Schulze

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  • Lifespannetwork - Publications 2008
    as a prognostic factor for human longevity Physiology Bethesda 23 64 74 P8 POPULAR SUMMARY Malavolta M Cipriano C Costarelli L Giacconi R Tesei S Muti E Piacenza F Pierpaoli S Larbi A Pawelec G Dedoussis G Herbein G Monti D Jajte J Rink L Mocchegiani E 2008 Metallothionein down regulation in very old age a phenomenon associated with cellular senescence Rejuvenation Res 11 455 459 P8 POPULAR SUMMARY Molleman F Ding J Wang JL Carey JR Brakefield PM 2008 Adult diet affects life span and reproduction of the fruit feeding butterfly Charaxes fulvescens Entomol exp appl 129 54 65 P2 IBL Nadjar A Berton O Guo S Leneuve P Dorvero S Diguet E Tison F Zhao B Holzenbgerger M Bezard E 2008 IGF 1 signaling reduces neuro inflammatory response and sensivity of neurons to MPTP Neurobiol Aging 2008 Apr 2 Epub ahead of print P6 Neri S Pawelec G Facchini A Ferrari C Mariani E 2008 Altered expression of mismatch repair proteins associated with acquisition of microsatellite instability in a clonal model of human T lymphocyte aging Rejuvenation Res 2008 Jun 11 3 565 72 P8 POPULAR SUMMARY Neuman Haefelin E Qi W Finkbeiner E Walz G Baumeister R Hertweck M 2008 SHC 1 p52Shc targets the insulin IGF 1 and JNK signaling pathways to modulate life span and stress response in C elegans Genes Dev 22 2721 2735 corresp Author P9 SUPPLEMENTARY PAPER Passtoors WM Beekman M Gunn D Boer JM Heijmans BT Westendorp RG Zwaan BJ Slagboom PE 2008 Genomic studies in ageing research the need to integrate genetic and gene expression approaches J Intern Med 2008 Feb 263 2 153 66 P1 Pawelec G Larbi A 2008 Immunity and ageing in man Annual Review 2006 2007 Exp Gerontol 43 34 38 P8 POPULAR SUMMARY Pijpe J

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