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Meeting, Webinar and Recording: Update on the Epigenetic Clock of Human Aging

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#1 Johnny Adams

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Posted 14 January 2018 - 06:27 PM


Dear LongeCity Member,

 

Meeting:

 

Update on the Epigenetic Clock of Human Aging

 

A webinar link has been created so members can attend at their computers remotely, in addition to attending the event at UCLA. 

It will also be recorded for future viewing.

 

Webinar attendees will be able to ask questions during the event.  

Click here to register for the WEBINAR:

www.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_7e0cPLKVQxOLjlUDD9ENfA

 

Separate link for attending in person is below.

 

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Understanding the DNA methylation and the epigenetic clock is important in aging measurement and interventions.

 

So mark your calendar for a valuable, content-rich meeting.   For those of you not in the Southern California area, the meeting will be webcast, and recorded for future viewing online.

 

Renaissance Bio, in collaboration with GRG, will be hosting

Update on the Epigenetic Clock of Human Aging

Monday, January 22, 2018

6:00 PM Pacific time

UCLA (Boyer Hall Room 159)

570 Westwood Plaza

Los Angeles, CA 90095

 

Speakers:

Keith Booher, Ph.D. – Scientist, Zymo Research

 

James P. Watson, M.D. - Physician, Co-author of Anti-aging Firewalls

 

Steve Horvath, Ph.D. – UCLA Professor of Human Genetics & Biostatistics, Discoverer of methylation clock

 

Click here to RSVP

www.meetup.com/Renaissance-Bio/events/246024639

 

WebCast and Recording Links will be sent to you soon.

 

Key points:

-        As we grow older, gene sequence can stay the same but more genes' CpG sites become methylated thereby repressing gene activity – or de-methylated resulting in undesirable expression -- or other effects -- resulting in the negative effects of aging.

-        The epigenetic clock is a very important biomarker to monitor aging therapies

 

Contact me with questions, or if you need help signing up for Meetup.

JAdams@grg.org   (949) 922-9786

 







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