Life Sciences Research for Lifelong Health

Cellular recycling: role of autophagy in aging and disease

The cytosolic recycling process of autophagy plays an important role in many age-related diseases and has been directly linked to aging, including in the nematode C. elegans where autophagy appears beneficially induced in many conserved longevity models. As a critical process to ensure cellular homeostasis, autophagy is regulated at multiple levels, yet it remains a challenge in the field to understand how the regulation of autophagy is integrated at the cellular and molecular level to ensure health- and lifespan benefits. I will here discuss our progress on understanding the different molecular mechanisms employed by cells and organisms to regulate autophagy in response to stressors such as aging and disease.

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Event Time & Dates

Starts01:00 pm - 05/04/2018
Ends02:00 pm - 05/04/2018

Event Details

Contact Dr Olivia Casanueva
LocationThe Cambridge Building
SpeakerProf. Malene Hansen
Speaker AffiliationSanford Burnham Prebys Medical Discovery Institute, Program for Development, Aging and Regeneration, La Jolla, CA, USA
Speaker Linkhttps://www.sbpdiscovery.org/team/malene-hansen-phd

Posted

1 February, 2018