We are pleased to announce the upcoming Redox Biology Symposium on Age-associated Mechanisms of Neurodegenerative Disorders, which will be held in Lincoln, Nebraska, March 19-20, 2020.
The symposium is assembled of an outstanding scientific program, with keynote and plenary talks given by world-leading scientists and discussion leaders. Distinguished speakers will gather to share ideas on mitochondria processes in neurological disorders, cysteine-based mechanisms of cellular decline, degenerative disease of the eye, and proteostatic stress in aging. The latest research on the underlying causes of age-associated declines in mitochondrial function, metabolism, and proteostasis will be discussed along with emerging therapies for age-related diseases.
More details are available at the Redox Biology Center website. The program will feature a poster session and invited short talks from students, postdocs and early career researchers selected from submitted abstracts.
Abstract deadline is February 17, 2020, and the final registration deadline is March 9, 2020. Travel awards are available for trainees and early career researchers with applications due January 13, 2020.
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