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We are excited to invite you to a special presentation titled “Unmasking the Culprits: How Senescent Cells Wreak Havoc in Cancer and Vascular Diseases,” featuring the renowned Dr. Jun-ichi Abe. This event is hosted by the Center for Mitochondrial Medicine and promises to deliver groundbreaking insights into the pivotal roles of senescent cells in the progression of both cancer and vascular diseases.

Details of the Event:

Guest: Dr. Jun-ichi Abe, Professor of Medicine

Date: 23 May 2024

Time: 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM

Location: Long School of Medicine, ALTC 3.301

Dr. Abe's extensive research in the field of cardio-oncology and his pioneering studies on cellular aging and stress responses have significantly advanced our understanding of how senescent cells contribute to disease mechanisms. His presentation will delve into the molecular pathways and cellular processes that underpin the destructive impact of senescent cells on vascular integrity and cancer progression.

This event is a must-attend for researchers, clinicians, and students engaged in oncology, cardiology, gerontology, and related disciplines, offering not only a deep dive into the science but also an opportunity to engage with one of the leaders in the field.

Please RSVP by 20 May 2024 ( to provide a headcount; Food and Drinks will be provided.

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