Nathan Shock Centers Pre-Conference Symposium: Emerging techniques and technologies for basic aging research. June 9th from 9am to 3:00pm. Separate registration required.
Trainee chapter meeting from 3:30 to 4:00pm
Career Development Roundtable & Networking Forum 4:00 to 5:30pm
Opening reception and Keynote Address: 6:30pm to 10pm on June 9th. Open to the Public: pre-registration required if you are not attending the AGE meeting.
Denham Harman Award lecture and Luncheon, June 11th
Special Trainee events
Age meeting registration includes: Morning coffee, lunch and afternoon refreshments on each day of the main conference as wll as access to exhibitors while meeting in session and discounted room booking prices at the conference venue, the Marriott New York at the Brooklyn Bridge (starting at $259 plus taxes & fees).
During the registration process or through the links below on this page, you will have the option to join the Association as a member to qualify for a reduced registration rate, book your hotel, submit an abstract, and make a donation to the Association.
As a non-profit organization, we operate on razor-thin budgets and rely on volunteers to bring the community top-quality meetings and information on new research. The demands on the aging research community are growing with public need and the Association is poised to become a key resource and voice for the aging research community in a globally aging world. Your help, through joining as a member, or fund donation or meeting financial assistance, will help us meet this challenge and try to accelerate the development of solutions able to extend the healthy years of life.
Become a member of AGE for significant registration discounts!
The number of registrations we can accept for postdocs is limited. Register now
to take advantage of these rates.)