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28 – 30 September (09:00 – 17:00) 
Groningen, The Netherlands
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Join us from October 10 - 12, 2019 for a scientific meeting on the Molecular Biology of Ageing in Groningen, The Netherlands.

We are pleased to announce the 3rd Meeting on the Molecular Biology of Ageing that will take place from Thursday afternoon till Saturday Evening, October 10-12, 2019, in Groningen, The Netherlands.

We cordially invite you to attend the meeting on the Molecular Biology of Ageing and submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation.This meeting brings together world-leading scientists to discuss the diverse research areas that are relevant for understanding the biology of ageing.

The Programme of the Meeting consists of seven sessions covering exciting topics related to the biology of ageing. For each session, two leading scientists will introduce the topic and present their latest work. Additionally, speakers selected from submitted abstracts will share their research in each session.

Participants will have the opportunity to present their posters during the entire meeting to provide ample opportunity to meet and discuss with their colleagues.

We aim to stimulate new ideas and foster collaborations in the rapidly growing field of ageing research. 

Join us from September 28 - 30, 2023 for a scientific meeting on the Molecular Biology of Ageing in Groningen, The Netherlands.

We are pleased to announce the Groningen-Jena Aging meeting (G-JAM) 2023 that will take place from 28 September till 30 September in The European Research Institute for the Biology of Ageing, Groningen, The Netherlands.


The European Research Institute for the Biology of Ageing (ERIBA), Groningen, The Netherlands, and The Leibniz Institute on Aging – Fritz Lipmann Institute (FLI), Jena, Germany have teamed together to organize this meeting on aging.


We cordially invite you to attend the meeting on the Molecular Biology of Aging and submit an abstract for oral or poster presentation. This meeting brings together scientists to discuss the diverse research areas that are relevant for understanding the biology of aging.


The Program of the Meeting consists of eight sessions covering topics related to the biology of aging. For each session, two leading scientists will introduce the topic and present their latest work. Additionally, speakers selected from submitted abstracts will share their research in each session.


Participants will have an option to present their posters during the entire meeting to provide ample opportunity to meet and discuss with their colleagues.


We aim to stimulate new ideas and foster collaborations in the rapidly growing field of aging research.

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