Aging and Cardiometabolic Health and Disease Research Symposium
The Cardiovascular, Diabetes and Metabolic Disorders Center at the Brigham Research Institute will be hosting a research symposium on aging as it relates to cardiometabolic health and disease, which will feature keynote speaker James Mitchell, Professor of Genetics and Complex Diseases at the Harvard School for Public Health, renowned for his work on dietary restriction and its effects on life span and metabolic fitness. To build bridges between institutions and promote collaborations around this important multidisciplinary topic, the event will be open to all and will feature an interactive program with several short talks and up to 30 posters selected from submitted abstracts. To promote vibrant scientific discussions, researchers from all institutions are invited to submit an abstract for the chance to give a short talk or present a poster.
Direction to the Marshall A. Wolf Conference Room (Hale Building, 3rd Floor) - Talks
From 60 Fenwood Rd:
Enter at 60 Fenwood Rd lobby entrance. STAIRS: Take the lobby staircase to the 2nd floor. Walk past the balcony overlooking the atrium and take the stairs on the left (Stair 2) to the 3rd floor. Once on the 3rd floor, exit the stairwell and take a right. The room is to your right through the double glass door, straight ahead. ELEVATOR: Take S Elevator to 3rd floor. Take a right out of the elevator. The room is past the stairwell, on your right through the double glass doors.
Direction to Hale Café Atrium (Hale Building, 1st Floor) - Poster Session
From 60 Fenwood Road: Enter at the 60 Fenwood Road entrance.
Take the S elevators to the 1st floor, and the atrium will be on your right. OR at the 60 Fenwood Rd lobby take the stairs up one flight to the 1st floor, and the open atrium will be on your left.
Take the stairs up one flight to the 1st floor, and the open atrium will be on your left.