SENS Conferences

The SENS series was the world's first conference program designed to address the concept of aging as accumulated cellular and molecular damage, and to propose the therapies that will enable us to repair that damage long before the onset of chronic disease.

As a fundamentally multi-disciplinary event with no concurrent sessions each SENS conference connected researchers in a broad range of fields related to the aging process, creating unforeseen opportunities for collaboration that many delegates cited as a highlight of their experience.

Six conferences were held at Cambridge University in the UK between 2003 and 2013, with presentations given by speakers from top academic institutions and companies around the world. Learn more about the individual events by following the links in the sidebar menu.