Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies
2010 Special Events
Application deadline: March 15, 2010
Applications are invited for the 2010 National Institute on Aging Summer Training Course. The Summer Training Course provides intense exposure to current concepts in experimental aging research for 15-20 research scientists. It is designed primarily for junior faculty and advanced fellows with at least two years postdoctoral experience in cell or molecular biology or a related field. Senior scientists who wish to learn about current aging research are also welcome. No course fee. Travel, accommodation and meals are covered.
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Monday, April 12, 2010 -- View Slide Presentation of Faculty Achievements
View the slide presentation from our April 12, 201o Barshop Institute Milestones in Aging Research.
From the HSC News: 'Eternity Soup' author praises research at the Barshop Institute
Celebrate UTHSCSA graduate students Thursday, May 27, 2010 --12 Noon - 6:30 PM at the Texas Research Park Campus of the UTHSCSA.
May 27, 2010: A day to celebrate UTHSCSA students in Aging Research.
Location: Texas Research Park Campus of the UTHSCSA
Student Organizers: Adam Brown and Wilson Fok
Faculty Advisor: Yuji Ikeno, M.D., P.D.
Scenes from Student Research Day 2010
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Student Speakers (middle L-R): Leo Chang, Ying Ann Chiao and Angela Sanchez (not pictured is Chen-Yu Liao) with Student Day Organizers, Adam Brown (far left) and Wilson Fok (far right).
Student Poster Winners
(middle L-R): Margaret Wey, Neha Garg,and Yun Shi with Student Day Organizers, Adam Brown (far L) and Wilson Fok (farR).
14 - 17 October, 2010 -- Mayan Ranch, Bandera, Texas