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A Coruña. Spain. 18-20 July 

Overview

Aging is a major risk factor for many human diseases, for example the pandemic disease COVID-19. It is a complex process that progressively compromises most of the biological functions of the organisms, resulting in an increased susceptibility to disease and death.

 

 Cellular metabolism is hallmarks of aging, genetic and pharmacologic alterations of relevant pathways can extend life span and be used to treat age-related diseases like cardiovascular diseases, frailty, fat liver and cancer… 

In this symposium, we will focus on the last discoveries about cell aging and metabolism and the potential to develop new therapies to treat age-related diseases. 

Besides, we will try to understand better how the cellular metabolism impact on cellular health and advance to improve the elderly population quality of life.

 

Speakers

Experimental Rheumatology

Nijmegen Medical Centre

Radboud University, The Netherlands

Centro de Biologia Molecular Severo Ochoa (CSIC-UAM)

Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)

Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain

Neurobiology of Hearing and Myelinopathies Group

IIBM, CSIC-UAM & CIBERER-ISCIII Madrid, Spain

UConn Center on Aging

Department of Genetics and Genome Sciences,

UConn Health, USA.

Epitranscritomics & Aging Laboratory

Center for Researh in Molecular Medicine and Chronic Diseases (CIMUS)

Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain

Laboratory of Protein Science, Proteomics and Epigenetic Signaling and Integrated Personalized and Precision Oncology Network

Department of Biomedical Sciences.

University of Antwerp, Belgium

Obesidomics Group 

Health Research Institute of Santiago de Compostela (IDIS) Spain

Laboratory of Cellular Senescence, Cancer and Aging

Health Research Institute of Santiago de Compostela (IDIS) Spain

Department of Biology Faculty of Science

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Cartilage Biology Unit, Rheumatology Research Group

Biomedical Research of A Coruña (INIBIC), Spain

Scientific Committee

Neurobiology Experimental Group IRYCIS

Hospital Ramón y Cajal, Madrid, Spain

FarmaCHUS Group

Health Research Institute of Santiago de Compostela (IDIS), Spain

Cellular Therapy and Regenerative Medicine Group. CICA-INIBIC

Universidade da Coruña, Spain

Epigenetic Unit, Rheumatology Research Group

Biomedical Research of A Coruña (INIBIC) Spain

Cellular Therapy and Regenerative Medicine Group. CICA-INIBIC

Universidade da Coruña, Spain

Cellular Therapy and Regenerative Medicine Group. CICA

Universidade da Coruña, Spain

 

Agenda

Day One

9:00

Opening

10:00

Age-related changes in TGF-beta signaling in osteoarthritis

Professor Peter Van der Kraan 

11:00

Immunometabolism at the crossroad between inflammation and aging

Dr. María Mittelbrunn

12:00

Coffee break and poster exhibition

12:30

New insight into hearing sensorinueral aging: neuroinflammation and oxidative stress

Professor Isabel Varela Nieto 

13:30

Lunch and poster exhibition

Day Two

10:00

Acceleration or retardation of epigenetic clock age by phytochemicals in health and disease

Professor Win Vanden Berghe

11:00

Epitranscriptomics: novel players involved in cellular aging and rejuvenation

Dr. Diana Guallar Artal

12:00

Coffee break and poster exhibition

12:30

Role of extracellular vesicles released from adipose tissue in obesity and its comorbidities

Dr. María Pardo

13:30

Targeting senescent cells to alleviate metabolic dysfunction

Professor Ming Xu

14:30

Lunch and poster exhibition

Day Three

10:00

Cellular senescence in cancer and aging

Dr. Manuel Collado

11:00

Macrophage-adult skin stem cells crosstalk in homeostasis and cancer

Dr. Mirna Pérez Moreno

12:00

Coffee break and poster exhibition

12:30 

Targeting senescence and autophagy in Osteoarthritis: Translating cellular mechanisms into therapies

Dr. Beatriz Caramés

13:30

Award to the best talk and poster

16:00

Flash talks

16:00

Flash talks

 
 

Abstract Submission

Participants:

PI/Postdoc/PhD students/Master students/Degree students/Public

Apply for travel grant

Abstract Submission:

  Send an email to contact@cams2022.com indicating:

- Title of work

- Authors and affiliation

- Abstract of work.

  Download template

Flash talk:  10 minutes per talk

Poster:  

- Size: Landscape 70 x 50 cm.

- File Formats allowed: JPG, TIFF, PNG, PDF 

- Image Resolution: 300 ppp

Rules for presentations: 
 

Deadline:
 

Extended to 20th May 2022 

 

Organization

Dr. Juan Fafián Labora

Cellular Therapy and Regenerative Medicine Group. CICA-INIBIC

Universidade da Coruña, Spain

Professor María Arufe

Cellular Therapy and Regenerative Medicine Group. CICA-INIBIC

Universidade da Coruña, Spain

 

Getting there

2A
 

12- 12A- 17- 22
 

Stop at Hospital de Oza.  

6 min. walking

Stop at Avda. da Pasaxe. Viaducto.

12 min. walking

Nearest Taxi stop: Hospital de Oza

Xubias de Arriba, 5, A Coruña

6 min. walking


CAMS 2022
18-20 July 2022
Facultad de Fisioterapia
UDC Campus de Oza

15006 A Coruña
Galicia Spain

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