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Presentation Archive
Welcome to the Symposium Archives!

The Symposium was not only unique in the depth, breadth and inclusivenss of its topics, it was a WORLD FIRST! in being streamed live onto the internet.  Below are the recordings of the streaming split up by speaker in alphabetical order.  Where possible, video, powerpoint and audio MP3 files are available for download. 

The University of Alberta Audio/Visual  support, Koi Media and especially Capital Health provided absolutely amazing service and professionalism in putting this together.  I cannot thank them enough for the hardwork and dedication when the going got rough.   They made the chaos appear a lot less so.   I hope you enjoy this chance to review some of the presentations you may want to see again or watch the ones you may have missed. 

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PLEASE NOTE: NO USE OF THESE MATERIALS OTHER THAN FOR PERSONAL VIEWING IS PERMITTED and they cannot be reproduced in any form without express permission of the presenter. 
 Opening Welcome - Linda Sloan - Councillor for Seniors - City of Edmonton
 

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 Estimating Your Future's Options

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 Clearing Your Head with PBT2
 


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 Old Bodies, Old Cells

 

 The Supercentenarian Research Foundation
 
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 Conservation of Aging Within Stem Cell Niches
 



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 An Engineering Approach to Repairing the Damage of Aging
 


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 Using Ultrasound to Stimulate Bone Growth
 



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 Hidden Costs/Invisible Contributions: Two Faces of Population Aging
 



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 Is Caloric Restriction the Key to a Longer and Healthier Life?
 



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 Regeneration in Vertebrates - Teasing Out the Secrets of Limb Regeneration
 



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 Nutrition as a Determinant of Successful Aging - The Quebec Longitudinal Study źNuAge╗
 



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 Understanding regulation of muscle strength and muscle wasting at the gene level
 

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 Hardening of the Arteries - Breaking the Ties that Bind




 
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 Recent Results in the MRL Mouse System
  



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 Mechanisms by which Caloric Restriction Better Preserves Skeletal Muscle Mass & Function with Aging
 



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 The Role of Nutrition and Exercise In Achieving Optimal Health and Longevity



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 Atherosclerosis and Lysosomal Junk
 



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 The Beneficial Effects of Fruits in Brain Aging and Behavior: Putative Effects on Signalling
 



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 Mitochondrial DNA Mutations and Their Possible Role in Brain Aging
 



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 Viruses as cancer therapy
 



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 Immunotherapy and Alzheimer's
 



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 Mitochondria - Central Players in Longevity

 



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 Small Molecules and Suicide Switches
 



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 Alberta's Seniors Deserve Better
 

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 The Aging Immune System - Too Many Clones
 

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 Adult Stem Cells and Heart Repair
 



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 The Mprize - Fame and Fortune for the Oldest Mouse
 



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 Commercializing Regenerative Medicine and the Supercentenarian Research Foundation
 

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 Modern Cancer Therapies - Stepping Stones to a Cancer Free Future
 

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 The Ethics of Life-Extension
 Engineering Lysosomal Junk - LysoSENS
 



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 Myths and Realities of Aging
 



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 Scaffolds, Growth Factors and Tissue Constructs
 



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 We get older, damage happens, we age, but how are these things related?
 



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 Embryonic Stem Cells and Nuclear Transfer: The Challenges and Opportunities of Regenerative Medicine
 



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