Sunday, February 24, 2013

Our Second Upcoming Seminar in Los Angeles, March 1

Greetings,

We are pleased to alert you about our second upcoming seminar, which will take place in Los Angeles, on Friday night, March 1st:

Living to 100 and Beyond: New Discoveries in Longevity Demographics
[ Do centenarians stop aging?  Refutation of 'immortal phase' theory ]
When: Friday, March 1 at 8 pm
Where:  Conference Room 159, Boyer Hall Building,  University of California Los Angeles, UCLA ( 611 Charles E. Young Drive, East, Los Angeles, California 90095 )
Related peer-reviewed study: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3269912/

This lecture will be about our new scientific discovery featured by Chicago Sun-TimesChronicle of Higher EducationDaily HeraldDiscovery NewsReutersScripps Howard NewsU.S. News & World ReportUnited Press International, UPIWall Street Journal, and  Wall Street Journal BlogYou can retrieve the full text of these stories by clicking on any of these links.

Feel free to alert your friends and colleagues about this upcoming event.

Directions: Take the 405 (San Diego Freeway) to Wilshire Blvd. Turn toward Westwood. Turn Left on Westwood Blvd. and then enter into the main campus of UCLA. Drive to the Parking Kiosk in the center median and request parking for Lot No. 9. Turn right and right and enter the gate. Go to the very top at roof-top level and park in the diagonally opposite corner of the structure. Go up the ramp and to the end. Turn right and left and left. The first building on the left is Boyer Hall. Check the sign on the glass of the front door. Once in the building, take a quick right to Conference Room 159.

Click for an interactive map of the campus.

Telephone Numbers of Meeting Organizers:
 
Voice: 310-400-7352; Cell: 310-892-9120
 
Hope to see you there!

Thank you,

-- Leonid  and  Natalia

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-- Leonid Gavrilov, Ph.D., GSA Fellow
-- Natalia Gavrilova, Ph.D., GSA Fellow
Center on Aging, NORC at the University of Chicago
Website: http://longevity-science.org/
Blog: http://longevity-science.blogspot.com/

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