Oklahoma GeroScience Symposium 2022

Cell non-autonomous mechanisms of aging: Crosstalk between the periphery and the brain


April 3, 2023

8:30 AM - 5:00 PM CST



Hybrid Format Conference in Oklahoma City

Nicholson Tower (OUHSC), Nicholson Conference Center

1000 NE 13th Street, Suite 5700, Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Zoom link will be sent after Registration for those attending online


Symposium Flyer


The 2023 Oklahoma Geroscience Symposium

Keynote Speaker

Tony Wyss-Coray, Ph.D.

D.H. Chen Distinguished Professor

Neurology & Neurological Sciences

Director, Phil and Penny Knight Initative for Brain Resilience

Stanford University

New Blood for Old Brains

Featured Speakers

Sangram Sisodia, Ph.D.

Thomas A. Reynolds Sr. Family Professor of Neurobiology

The University of Chicago

The Role of the Gut Microbiome in Modulation of Aß Amyloidosis and Microglial Function in Mouse Models

Han Seok Ko, Ph.D.

Professor of Neurology

Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine

Propagation of pathogenic α-synuclein from gut to the brain in Parkinson's disease

Dongsheng Cai, M.D./Ph.D.

Professor of Molecular Pharmacology

Director, Institute for Neuroimmunology and Inflammation

Albert Einstein College of Medicine

Hypothalamic control of systemic aging

Shannon Macauley-Rambach, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Physiology and Pharmacology

Wake Forest School of Medicine

How systemic metabolic perturbations associated with diabetes affect the progression of AD-related pathology

Stacy Hussong, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Research
Oklahoma City VA Medical Center and OUHSC

Neuronal MTORC1 signaling regulates peripheral matabolism

Henrietta Van Praag, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Biomedical Science

Florida Atlantic University

The role of muscle in the effects of exercise on neurogenesis and memory function

Fabio Demontis, Ph.D.

Associate Member

St. Jude Children's Research Hospital

Muscle-to-brain signaling via myokines and myometabolites

Sreemathi Logan, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Central and peripheral metabolic outcomes of IGF-1 in cognitive aging and Alzheimer's disease

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