RB2015 Poster Abstracts Reminder

 

 

REMINDER:
Poster Abstracts for the RB2015 Poster Session are due JUNE 1
 
The Rejuvenation Biotechnology Conference Poster Session is open for abstract submissions until June 1st, 2015. No late submissions will be accepted, so make sure your entry is in on time.
 
For details and requirements, go to www.sens.org/rb2015/poster.
 
Participants will present their work during two evening poster sessions at the conference. Abstracts are due June 1st. Primary authors of accepted abstracts will be notified on July 1, 2015.
 
NEW THIS YEAR: SENS Research Foundation is offering RB2015 Travel Awards to selected student and postdoctoral fellow poster presenters. SRF will reimburse up to $2000 of registration, travel, and hotel costs for each award winner. Prize recipients will present their research during the RB2015 Poster Session. Note that registration includes meals provided during the conference. Travel award winners will be notified by July 15th. To learn more, visit www.sens.org/rb2015/poster.

Register by June 15 for Super Early Bird Rates for the

2015 Rejuvenation Biotechnology Conference

 

Where: Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport, Burlingame, CA

When: August 19 - 21, 2015

To Register: http://sens.org/rb2015

 

Still deciding whether to come to the conference? Here (in honor of David Letterman's last show) are the top ten reasons to attend RB2015: 

  1. Learn about the latest advances in Stem Cell Therapies from experts Jeanne Loring, Evan Snyder and Helen Blau
  2. Understand and shape the scientific and investment opportunities of the new Rejuvenation Biotechnology Industry
  3. See the latest research by students, postdocs and companies at our Poster Sessions
  4. Enjoy the Bay Area while staying at the Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport
  5. Participate in an in-depth examination of advances in tissue engineering and gene therapy
  6. Looking for a job? We're creating a job board with our sponsors that will only be available at the Conference
  7. Hal Sparks is returning for another evening of hilarious comedy
  8. Explore the latest research in Alzheimer's Disease, Cancer and Cardiovascular Disease
  9. All your meals are included in the cost of the conference. We even provide snacks!
  10. Enjoy over 17 hours of networking opportunities throughout the conference, find your next collaborator or investment.

Thank You to our Bronze Level Sponsor:

 

 

Why sponsor the 2015 Rejuvenation Biotechnology conference?

  • Position your company as a leader in age-related regenerative medicine
  • Present cutting edge information to your target audience
  • Drive awareness of your organization's current and future products
  • Access world renowned clinicians, researchers, and technologists with a focus on aging and longevity
  • Find collaborators in the age-related disease field

Sign up here before June 15 to receive a 10% discount off your sponsorship package!

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SRF's Mitochondrial Mutations project received some wonderful coverage in this CCTV America piece. Check out the clip for a neat peek into our lab, as well as some comments from CEO Mike Kope on what we do and why we do it.

 

The Women's International Music Network

Front and Center: Singer, Composer, Pilot, Global Outreach Coordinator at SENS Research Foundation, Maria Entraigues-Abramson

 

 

SRF's Global Outreach Coordinator Maria Entraigues-Abramson talks about her work and life in this great interview, which you can read on thewimn.com.

SRF Education Video Spotlight:

Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine Undergraduate Sponsorship

 

During the 2014 spring semester, SENS Research Foundation sponsored Wake Forest University undergraduates Julie Marco and Connor Crowley to conduct research at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine.
 
Under the mentorship of Dr. John Jackson, Julie worked to identify the best hydrogel scaffold to use in thymus regeneration.
 
Meanwhile, in the laboratory of Dr. Graca Almeida-Porada, Connor modified stem cells to help them localize to areas of inflammation in the gastrointestinal tract to treat inflammatory bowel disease.
 
Read more about Julie's and Connor's research in their blog profiles at www.sens.org/summer-scholars/alumni

 

 

Watch future newsletters for more SRF Education program highlights and introductions to our 2015 Summer Scholars as they begin their assignments.

 

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