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Annual 2022 BoA Retreat Recap

The Annual 2022 Retreat of the Brown Training Program in the Molecular Biology of Aging took place this past October and featured talks by trainers and trainees, career forum by alumni trainees, refreshments and reception, and a keynote address by Gerald S. Shadel, Ph.D. titled Mitochondrial Stress Signaling in Aging, Disease, and Immunity.
The newly established NIH Common Fund SenNet Program was created to comprehensively uncover the characteristics of senescent cells across the body, across various states of human health, and across lifespan. The goal of SenNet is to provide publicly accessible atlases of senescent cells, the differences among them, and the molecules they secrete, using data collected from multiple human and model organism tissues.