Meeting Report: Aging Research and Drug Discovery

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  • Maria Thaysen
  • Suzanne Angeli
  • Adam Antebi
  • Nir Barzilai
  • Joseph A. Baur
  • Maria Birkisdottir
  • Evelyne Bischof
  • Jens Bruening
  • Anne Brunet
  • Abigail Buchwalter
  • Filipe Cabreiro
  • Shiqing Cai
  • Brian H. Chen
  • Maria Ermolaeva
  • Collin Y. Ewald
  • Luigi Ferrucci
  • Maria Carolina Florian
  • Kristen Fortney
  • Adam Freund
  • Anastasia Georgievskaya
  • Vadim N. Gladyshev
  • David Glass
  • Tyler Golato
  • Vera Gorbunova
  • Jan Hoejimakers
  • Riekelt H. Houtkooper
  • Sibylle Jager
  • Frank Jaksch
  • Georges Janssens
  • Martin Borch Jensen
  • Matt Kaeberlein
  • Gerard Karsenty
  • Peter de Keizer
  • Brian Kennedy
  • James L. Kirkland
  • Guido Kroemer
  • Kai Fu Lee
  • Jean Marc Lemaitre
  • David Liaskos
  • Valter D. Longo
  • Yu Xuan Lu
  • Michael R. MacArthur
  • Andrea B. Maier
  • Christina Manakanatas
  • Sarah J. Mitchell
  • Alexey Moskalev
  • Laura Niedernhofer
  • Ivan Ozerov
  • Linda Partridge
  • Emmanuelle Passegué
  • James Peyer
  • Dina Radenkovic
  • Thomas A. Rando
  • Suresh Rattan
  • Christian G. Riedel
  • Lenhard Rudolph
  • Ruixue Ai
  • Manuel Serrano
  • Björn Schumacher
  • David A. Sinclair
  • Ryan Smith
  • Yousin Suh
  • Pam Taub
  • Alexandre Trapp
  • Anne Ulrike Trendelenburg
  • Dario Riccardo Valenzano
  • Kris Verburgh
  • Eric Verdin
  • Jan Vijg
  • Alessandra Zonari
  • Alex Zhavoronkov

Aging is the single largest risk factor for most chronic diseases, and thus possesses large socioeconomic interest to continuously aging societies. Consequently, the field of aging research is expanding alongside a growing focus from the industry and investors in aging research. This year's 8th Annual Aging Research and Drug Discovery (ARDD) meeting was organized as a hybrid meeting from August 30th to September 3rd 2021 with more than 130 attendees participating on-site at the Ceremonial Hall at University of Copenhagen, Denmark, and 1800 engaging online. The conference comprised of presentations from 75 speakers focusing on new research in topics including mechanisms of aging and how these can be modulated as well as the use of AI and new standards of practices within aging research. This year, a longevity workshop was included to build stronger connections with the clinical community.

Original languageEnglish
Issue number2
Pages (from-to)530-543
Number of pages14
Publication statusPublished - 2022

    Research areas

  • aging, AI, conference, drug discovery, longevity

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