Seattle Waterfront

 Matt Kaeberlein, President and Meeting Chair

45th  Annual Conference of the American Aging Association

Targeting Aging: the Ultimate Preventative Medicine

(June 3, 4 and 5)

held in conjunction with the

Nathan Shock Center Summit on Personalized Geroscience

(June 1and 2)


Opening reception, panel discussion, and special presentation by Dr. Mark Collins, The Glenn Foundation. 6:30 PM June 2nd 

 Open to the Public

Keynote Address, TBA, June 3rd

Denham Harman Award lecture and Luncheon, June 4th

Special Trainee events

Registration fee to the Nathan Shock Summit will be waived for those registering for the AGE meeting.

Attending the Meeting

During the registration process or through the links below on this page, you will have the option to join the Association as a member to qualify for a reduced registration rate, book your hotel, submit an abstract, and make a donation to the Association. 

A Word on Support

As a non-profit organization, we operate on razor-thin budgets and rely on volunteers to bring the community  top-quality meetings and information on new research.  The demands on the aging research community are growing with public need and the Association is poised to become a key resource and voice for the aging research community in a globally aging world.  Your help, through joining as a member, or fund donation or meeting financial assistance, will help us meet this challenge and try to accelerate the development of solutions able to extend the healthy years of life. 

Registration and Accommodations

Become a member of AGE for significant registration discounts!  Trainees not currently members of AGE will receive a one year membership with meeting registration. 

                     2016 Meeting registration fees

Also please note that the meeting schedule allows time for a Harbor Cruise on the evening of June 1st when meeting adjourns at 4:40PM.  We suggest that you sign up for the 5:25 PM cruise using the link below.   This will begin boarding at 5:10pm.


The quintessential Seattle cruise experience. During this 1-hour narrated cruise you’ll learn Seattle history, be dazzled by the ever-evolving Emerald City skyline, explore the workings of our shipping port, get a close-up view of Seattle’s historic waterfront, all wrapped up in the natural beauty of Elliott Bay and the surrounding Olympic and Cascade Mountain ranges.

Your Harbor Cruise experience includes:

  • A 1-hour live-narrated cruise following the shoreline of Elliott Bay and the Seattle waterfront.
  • Panoramic views of the Seattle historic waterfront, Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains and Mount Rainier, towering container ships and cranes, the downtown skyline, and our sports stadiums.
  • Cruising among towering container ships, cruise ships visiting seasonally, and wildlife like petite harbor seals and large California sea lions.
  • Full-service bar available on board for the purchase of specialty cocktails, local wine and beer, non-alcoholic beverages, and snacks.
  • Boarding photos of your group available for purchase upon your return