By Vince Giuliano
I am an invited speaker at a symposium in Las Vegas June 5-6, on Cell Signaling, Inflammation and Aging sponsored by the Hawaii Institute of Molecular Education. The symposium is open to the public without charge but attendance space is limited. As of now there are only 15 seats remaining available. So, if you are interested I suggest you register as soon as possible. The conference will be at the Trump International Hotel.
My talk will be on:
Death and Rebirth of The Oxidative Damage Theory of Aging – about NRF2
You may be familiar with the triad of blog posts I have recently posted on this subject (ref)(ref)(ref).
Other speakers and topics announced so far are:
Novel Strategies to Diagnose and Restore Nitric Oxide Production in Humans (Nathan Bryan, Ph.D., Assistant Professor of Molecular Medicine, Institute of Molecular Medicine, Center for Cell Signaling, University of Texas)
Human Adult Stem Cells Aging–Novel Paradigmes for Rejuventation (Victoria Lunyak, Ph.D., Associate Professor, Buck Institute for Research on Aging, Novato ,California)
Bench to Bedside to Better Living: Our Journey from Basic Science Discoveries to Clinical Trials Using Dietary Flaxseed for Heart Disease (Grant Pierce, Ph.D.,FACC, FAHA, FAPS, FIACS, FISHR, FCAHS, FRSM; Executive Director of Research, St Boniface Hospital, Professor of Physiology and Pharmacy, Faculty of Medicine, University of Manitoba)
What’s Really In Your Food? (Frank A. Williams, M.D., Program and Technology Director, Executive Editor, Hawaii Institute of Molecular Education)
Integrative Medicine Protocol For The Treatment of Atrial Fibrillation (Jeffrey Reinhardt, M.S.c., Chief Science Officer, Vitamin Research Products, Inc.)
Vitamin D and Cellular Ca2+ Signaling in Breast Cancer (Igor Sergeev, Ph.D.)
Metabolic and Functional Relevance of HDL Subspecies (Bela Asztalos, Ph.D.)
Topic to be announced (Edward Dratz, Ph.D. )
The Dr. Herbert Basil Avery Graduate Student Award Lecture (Scott Gordon, Pathobiology and Molecular Medicine, University of Cincinnati Metabolic Disease Institute, Cincinnati Ohio)
I expect there will be ample opportunity for interaction among all speakers and attendees. For further information and registration please see the symposium website
how do you think lipofuscin, cell junk and toxin chelation, play a role in this?
i wanted to share this, a chart on aging problems and damages and the technologies to fix those in terms of a chart ranking spectrum. you might have a better visual chart if you were to create one i suppose. this is based on my personal opinion/view point.
0=no repair tool/method available.
1= slight options
2= more then slight but mediocre
3 = g00d but not the absolute best technology’s.
4 = absolute best repair, futuristic , no current 4 repair tools available yet.
protecting mitochondria 3, good options available.
stemcells, 3 i suppose, but 1 or 2 if in terms of not economically available.
telomerase, 2 mediocre options
gene expression control, epigenetics, 1 slight
lipofuscin-toxins-cellular junk/waste -removal, 1 slight
dna repair, 1 slight
fixing missfolding proteins, 1 or 0
cancerous bad cell removal- 1 or 2 i suppose
pathogenic viruses and bacteria removal/neutralization 2 or 3
restoring hormones, 3, good options available
so the low spectrum 0 to 2 need more technological advancement i suppose,
feel free to be creative and make your own list. take care.