We are pleased to announce that the “10th Symposium of the Smart-Aging Research Center, Tohoku University” will be held.
In the Symposium, five young researchers working on basic research in various life science fields will make presentations under the theme of ” Expected and Possible Roles of Life Science for Smart Aging “.
We are looking forward to seeing you at the symposium.
Date and time: 17:00-17:50 each
Friday, April 16, 2021
Tuesday, May 11
Thursday, May 20
Wednesday, May 26
Monday, May 31
There will be about 10 minutes of Q & A session after each lecture.
The symposium will be held online (Zoom).
Please join us at the following URL.
【URL for Zoom】https://zoom.us/j/92140890564?pwd=YTk3cmJvUzhSeEl3Z3BTNS8xdGx4dz09
Meeting ID: 921 4089 0564
Participation fee: Free of charge
Organizer: Smart Aging Center for Interdisciplinary Research: Hozumi Motohashi, Deputy Director
Thank you for your cooperation.
“Tohoku University’s Smart-Aging Research Center (S.A.R.C.) was established in 2017 to focus on promoting research that is aimed at realizing healthy longevity by conducting research for the prevention and treatment of age-related diseases such as dementia using a multi-tier approach from basic research to medical, ergonomics and social science. Furthermore, S.A.R.C. conducts interdisciplinary activities not only in basic research, but also in social implementation through industry-academic collaborations and ventures.”
In this symposium, five lectures will take place from up and coming researchers that are actively involved in basic research from various life science fields, both locally and globally, with a focus on providing practical applications for a better and healthier society.
For more details, please see the poster below: