A full-day conference bringing together academics and clinicians to examine the development, influence and trajectory of biological processes across the lifespan.
Friday, May 25, 2018
123 University Place
University of Pittsburgh
Keynote lectures and presentations, from renowned investigators from across the United States, will examine the life cycle through the lens of metabolism, intrauterine development, basic biological and molecular components, genetic influence, and chronic disease.
We have requested AMA PRA Category 1 Credit TM (i.e. CME credit). If approved, physicians and other health care professionals who participate in the activity will have access to an online credit transcript reflecting the CME credit and the generic Continuing Education Units (CEUs) earned at the activity.
|7:30-8:30||Breakfast and registration|
|8:30-8:45||Welcome and introductions|
|8:45-9:15||Kent Thornburg (OHSU, developmental origin of health and disease)|
|9:15-9:45||Rafael de Cabo (NIH-NIA, models of caloric restriction and aging)|
|9:45-10:15||Janet Catov (Pitt MWRI, pregnancy and maternal long term health)|
|10:30-11:00||Beatriz Luna (Pitt Psychiatry, control of behavior, adolescence to adulthood)|
|11:00-11-30||Abbe de Vallejo (Pitt Immunology, immunology of aging)|
|11:30-12:20||8 min talks by Pitt’s REAL recipients (x 5)|
|1:15-1:45||Felipe Sierra (NIH-NIA, aging biology)|
|1:45-2:15||Ben Van Houten (Pitt Pharmacology, DNA damage and oxidative stress)|
|2:30-3:00||Chiara Cirelli (U Wisconsin, sleep / wakefulness and aging)|
|3:00-3:30||Anne Newman (Pitt Epidemiology: healthy aging, sex differences, genes-environment)|
|3:30-4:30||Wine and cheese reception|
Brought to you by the University of Pittsburgh’s Clinical and Translational Science Institute, Aging Institute of UPMC Senior Services and the University of Pittsburgh, and Magee-Womens Research Institute.