Metabolic Pathways and Therapeutics to Promote Resilience, Rehabilitation and Delayed Aging

Presented by

The Center for Rehabilitation Science Research
Uniformed Services University for the Health Sciences
Department of Rehabilitation
Walter Reed National Military Medical Center
School of Rehabilitation and Health Sciences
University of Pittsburgh
Human Engineering Research Laboratories
VA Pittsburgh Healthcare System
Center for Continuing Education in the Health Sciences
University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine 

Friday, October 25, 2019

Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences

Opening Remarks
Dr. Paul Pasquina
Uniformed University of the Health Sciences

The Importance of Nutrition and Metabolic Research to Military Readiness and Resilience
Dr. Patricia Deuster
Uniformed University of the Health Sciences

Overview of Calorie Restriction and Aging as a Field of Research
Dr. Yih-Woei Fridell
National Institutes of Health

Time-Restricted Feeding
Dr. Rafael de Cabo
National Institutes of Health

Low Calorie Diet for Chemotherapy Augmentation
Dr. Sebastian Brandhorst
University of Southern California

Designing the Aging Outcomes Trial Targeting Aging with MEtformin (TAME)
Dr. Jamie N. Justice
Wake Forest University

Glycolytic Inhibition: Effective Strategy for CRM?
Dr. Donald Ingram
Louisiana State University

Dr. Daniel Larry Smith
University of Alabama at Birmingham

Sirtuin Acivators and NAD Precusors
Dr. Joseph Baur
University of Pennsylvania

The Inter-Tissue Interactions Mediated by eNAMPT and NMN in Mammalian Aging/Longevity Control
Dr. Shin-ichiro Imai
Washington University

Rapamycin: The First Anti-Aging Drug
Dr. Arlan Richardson
University of Oklahoma

Ketone Bodies
Dr. John Newman
University of California San Francisco

The Past, Current, and Future of Senolytics
Dr. Yi Zhu
Mayo Clinic

TyrRS/PARP1 Complex is a Novel Target Against Alzheimer's Disease
Dr. Sajish Mathew
University of South Carolina

Mitochondrial-Derived Peptides and Aging
Dr. Su-Jeong Kim
University of Southern California

Closing Remarks
Dr. William K. Smith
Uniformed University of the Health Sciences

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Course Directors/Guest Faculty Biographies and Contact Information (PDF)