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Eline Slagboom en collega’s publiceren Review in Nature over verouderingsonderzoek

Facing up to the global challenges of ageing Linda Partridge, Joris Deelen & P. Eline Slagboom Longer human lives have led to a global burden of late-life disease. However, some older people experience little ill health, a trait that should be extended to the general population. Interventions into lifestyle, including increased exercise and reduction in food intake [...]

By |2018-09-10T12:18:54+00:00september 6th, 2018|Nieuws, Papers|Reacties uitgeschakeld voor Eline Slagboom en collega’s publiceren Review in Nature over verouderingsonderzoek

Cell Symposium on Aging and Metabolism – September 23-25 2018 | Spain

As organisms age, change over time occurs as a layered process, from molecular modifications to shifts in tissue homeostasis, ultimately leading to systemic transformations. Alterations in metabolism are found throughout the hierarchy of change and can be integral to the relationship between aging and disease as well as to the impact of aging on physiological [...]

By |2018-09-10T12:02:02+00:00augustus 13th, 2018|Congressen, Nieuws|Reacties uitgeschakeld voor Cell Symposium on Aging and Metabolism – September 23-25 2018 | Spain

LASA-onderzoek wijst uit: Ouderen steeds minder eenzaam. Meer eenzame ouderen.

LASA-onderzoek wijst uit Ouderen steeds minder eenzaam. Meer eenzame ouderen. 15 juni 2018 Ouderen in Nederland voelen zich minder eenzaam dan 20 jaar geleden. De gemiddelde eenzaamheid van Nederlanders van 55 jaar en ouder daalde tussen 1996 en 2016. Eenzaamheid van ouderen neemt echter toe met de leeftijd. Daarom zijn er, vanwege de toename [...]

By |2018-07-09T12:12:41+00:00juli 9th, 2018|Leden in het nieuws, Nieuws|Reacties uitgeschakeld voor LASA-onderzoek wijst uit: Ouderen steeds minder eenzaam. Meer eenzame ouderen.

Worms may hold the secret to longer life

Horizon - The EU Research & Innovation Magazine 5 juli 2018 The regenerative abilities of the flatworm Macrostomum lignano serve as a model for how humans might regenerate tissues. Image credit - Flickr/ Lukas Schärer, licensed under CC BY-SA 2.0 Research into the remarkable regenerative powers of worms and the insights they can give [...]

By |2018-08-20T14:23:05+00:00juli 9th, 2018|Nieuws, Papers|Reacties uitgeschakeld voor Worms may hold the secret to longer life

Reduced expression of C/EBPβ-LIP extends health and lifespan in mice

E life Sciences| 30 april 2018 Abstract Ageing is associated with physical decline and the development of age-related diseases such as metabolic disorders and cancer. Few conditions are known that attenuate the adverse effects of ageing, including calorie restriction (CR) and reduced signalling through the mechanistic target of rapamycin complex 1 (mTORC1) pathway. Synthesis [...]

By |2018-06-25T10:26:15+00:00juni 25th, 2018|Nieuws, Papers|Reacties uitgeschakeld voor Reduced expression of C/EBPβ-LIP extends health and lifespan in mice

Twintig jaar lang leven in Leiden

13 juni 2018• NIEUWSBERICHT LUMC Corpus Leiden was op zaterdag 9 juni 2018 het toneel voor een bijzondere bijeenkomst: 430 deelnemers aan de Leiden Lang Leven Studie kwamen bij elkaar voor een deelnemersdag. Onderzoekers van het Leids Universitair Medisch Centrum (LUMC) praatten hen bij over diverse facetten van het verouderingsonderzoek: het centrale onderwerp van [...]

By |2018-06-18T08:50:31+00:00juni 18th, 2018|Nieuws, persberichten|Reacties uitgeschakeld voor Twintig jaar lang leven in Leiden

Longevity mainly ascribed to an extremely long-lived mother

For many years, scientists in Leiden have been monitoring 421 exceptional families with several members who have lived way beyond the age of 90. A new analysis of these extremely long-lived persons, their siblings, and parents now shows that longevity in these families is passed on mainly through the mother. The researchers present their [...]

By |2018-04-11T08:21:33+00:00april 11th, 2018|Leden in het nieuws, Nieuws, persberichten|Reacties uitgeschakeld voor Longevity mainly ascribed to an extremely long-lived mother

Scientific Conference – Longitudinal Studies – Genome Campus Hinxton

30 May-1 June 2018 - Wellcome Genome Campus, Hinxton, UK Longitudinal studies are ideal tools for studying age-related functional changes, and the development and progression of chronic diseases. This conference will bring together scientists working on studies in childhood, adult and late life to identify novel biomarkers of functional decline and development of disease [...]

By |2018-03-14T10:21:57+00:00maart 14th, 2018|Congressen, Nieuws|Reacties uitgeschakeld voor Scientific Conference – Longitudinal Studies – Genome Campus Hinxton

News from the board – Public Private Partnership (PPPs)

One of the activities for 2018 that DuSRA is trying to launch,  is to set up a public private partnership in the field of ageing. The board submitted an initial concept to ZonMW to get the oppurtunity to be selected in the proposition of ZonMW and the Topsectors. The initiative called VOILA: Vitality Oriented Innovations [...]

By |2018-03-14T10:22:23+00:00maart 13th, 2018|Nieuws|Reacties uitgeschakeld voor News from the board – Public Private Partnership (PPPs)

 Postdoctoral Positions in Human Functional Genomics of Aging and Disease – Albert Einstein College of Medicine

The Suh Laboratory at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine is actively seeking 3-4 highly motivated postdoctoral fellows interested in any of the following areas: (1) Genetics of Human Aging-Related Disease including Alzheimer’s Disease. (2) Genome Maintenance/Cellular Senescence in Aging and Disease. (3) Computational and Bioinformatics Approaches to Human Aging and Disease. Research focus: [...]

By |2018-03-13T09:24:41+00:00maart 13th, 2018|Nieuws|Reacties uitgeschakeld voor  Postdoctoral Positions in Human Functional Genomics of Aging and Disease – Albert Einstein College of Medicine