Phytochemicals as Senolytic Agents Targeting Diseases/Conditions Through Cellular Senescence
ASN's Dietary Bioactive Components (DBC) GEM invites you to this webinar which will highlight Dr. Jim Kirkland’s research that focuses on utilizing senolytic agents to target cellular senescent pathways of diseases/conditions.
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James Kirkland, MD, PhD
Courtney Millar, PhD
Assistant Scientist, Harvard Medical School
- Describe how the process of cellular senescence is critical pathway to disease pathophysiology
- Identify the phytochemicals that have senolytic properties (e.g., fisetin and quercetin)
- Describe how phytochemicals modulate cellular senescent pathways via their senolytic properties to mitigate diseases of aging
- 1.25 Attendance
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