International Cell Senescence Association
The association aims to promote research, co-operation and exchange of information among all those interested in any aspect of cellular senescence.
Cellular senescence is a programmed state of stable cell cycle arrest that is accompanied by a complex phenotype. Senescent cells play a role in physiological processes such as tumour suppression, wound healing and embryonic development, whilst paradoxically they can contribute to ageing, cancer and age-related disease.
As such, the field of cellular senescence represents a multidisiplinary research topic.
For review articles on cell senescence click HERE
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Institute for Research
and Biomedicine, Barcelona,
Ludwig Institute for Cancer Research, Oxford, UK
Steering Committee Members
University Hospital Tübingen,
Health Research Institute of Santiago de Compostela,
Santiago de Compostela, Spain
Charité-Universitätsmedizin Berlin (CVK), and Max-Delbrück-Center for Molecular Medicine, Berlin, German
University of London,
University of Groningen,
Royal Melbourne Hospital
University of Melbourne,
Département de biochimie
Faculté de Médecine
Université de Montréal
Live Longer, Live Well
Telomeres and Cell Senescence
Researchers Extend Lifespan by as Much as 35 Percent in Mice
How to join ICSA?
The cost of registration for one year of ICSA membership is:
Standard - 50€
Student/Postdoc - 25€
To become a member, follow this link.
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