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Main Meeting Program

Keynote Address – Stephen Helfand, Brown University
“I'm not dead yet--lessons from flies and mice about healthier longer life”
Longevity and Healthspan: Lessons from Flies to Humans
Chair – Blanka Rogina, University of Connecticut Health Center
Blanka Rogina, University of Connecticut Health Center
Nir Barzilai, Einstein Medical College
Sarcopenia: Strategies for Preventing, Reversing, and Slowing
Chair – Esther Dupont-Versteegden, University of Kentucky
Joyce Chen, Chung Gung University
Esther Dupont-Versteegden, University of Kentucky
Steve Alway, West Virginia University
Russ Hepple, McGill University
Luigi Ferrucci, NIA
Osteopenia: Strategies for Preventing, Reversing, and Slowing
Chair and Speakers – TBD
Slow the Pace of Aging: Role of Mimetics
Chair – Joseph Bauer, U of Pennsylvania
Joseph Bauer, U of Pennsylvania
David Sinclair, Harvard University
Evi Mercken, NIA
Impact of Dietary Interventions in Preventing, Reversing, and Slowing Biological Aging Processes
Chair – Luigi Ferrucci, NIA, NIA Scientific Director
Julie Mattison, NIA
Rafa deCabo, NIA
Holly Brown Borg, University of North Dakota
Bench to Bedside to Healthcare
Chair – Deborah Ferrington, University of Minnesota
Deborah Ferrington, University of Minnesota
Christiaan Leeuwenburgh, University of Florida
LeAnne Redman, Pennington Biomedical Research Center
Chad Boult, Johns Hopkins University
Jay Magaziner, University of Maryland
Mechanisms to Protect Against Biological Aging and Disease
Chair – Holly Brown Borg, University of North Dakota
James Mitchell, Harvard University
Valter Longo, USC
Pinchas Cohen, USC
Nathan Shock Center Symposium
Chair – Felipe Sierra, National Institute on Aging
Emerging Technologies for Studying Aging and Healthspan
Chair- Edgar Arriaga, University of Minnesota
Speakers TBD
Submitted Papers Sessions:
Chairs – Shelley Buffenstein (UTHSCSA), Joyce Chen, Chung Gung University
Speakers TBD
Vincent Cristofalo Memorial Rising Star Award (AFAR sponsor): Valter Longo
Denham Harman Award Lecture
Special Lecture- James Joseph Address
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