Living to 100 and Beyond: Survival at Advanced Ages
lagavril at midway.uchicago.edu
Fri Dec 28 17:21:26 EST 2001
Perhaps it may be interesting for you to know about the following
forthcoming scientific meeting on human longevity, which is not well known
among gerontologists. I have learnt about this Symposium because
of invitation to be a discussant there:
"Living to 100 and Beyond: Survival at Advanced Ages"
January 17-18, 2002
Walt Disney World Swan Resort
Lake Buena Vista, Florida
About 100 participants already registered for this meeting and it seems
that there is still some room for those who are interested.
Dr. Leonid A. Gavrilov
Center on Aging, NORC/University of Chicago
1155 East 60th Street, Chicago, IL 60637-2745
Fax: (773) 256-6313, Phone: (773) 256-6359
P.S.: Our most important publications are:
(1) "THE BIOLOGY OF LIFE SPAN"
NY: Harwood Academic Publisher, 1991, 385 pages.
(2) "EVOLUTION, MUTATIONS AND HUMAN LONGEVITY"
Human Biology, 1998, 70: 799-804.
(3) "SEASON OF BIRTH AND HUMAN LONGEVITY"
Journal of Anti-Aging Medicine, 1999, 2(4): 365-366.
(4) "HUMAN LONGEVITY AND PARENTAL AGE AT CONCEPTION"
In: Sex and Longevity. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, 2000, pp.7-31.
(5) "BIODEMOGRAPHIC STUDY OF FAMILIAL DETERMINANTS
OF HUMAN LONGEVITY" Population: An English Selection, 2001, 13(1): 197-222.
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