Cancer and Accelerated Aging: Advancing Research for Healthier Survivors

Strategies to Prevent or Remediate Cancer- and Treatment-Associated Aging

This initiative represents a collaboration of the National Cancer Institute, the National Institute on Aging, and representatives from cancer research institutions throughout the country. It seeks to identify scientific research needs at the intersection of cancer and aging, encourage integration of aging-related endpoints into cancer treatment and survivorship studies, and build a transdisciplinary research portfolio to optimize healthy aging for cancer survivors.

 

Think Tank #1: Measuring Aging and Identifying Aging Phenotypes in Cancer Survivors

July 25-26, 2018

Meeting Agenda (PDF 868 KB)
Scientific Steering Committee and Invited Speakers (PDF 1.2 MB)
Meeting Report (PDF 2.1 MB)

Measuring Aging and Identifying Aging Phenotypes in Cancer Survivors. Guida JL, Ahles TA, Belsky D, Campisi J, Cohen HJ, DeGregori J, Fuldner R, Ferrucci L, Gallicchio L, Gavrilov L, Gavrilova N, Green PA, Jhappan C, Kohanski R, Krull K, Mandelblatt J, Ness KK, O'Mara A, Price N, Schrack J, Studenski S, Theou O, Tracy RP, Hurria A. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 2019. DOI: 10.1093/jnci/djz136.

Think Tank #2: Strategies to Prevent or Remediate Cancer- and Treatment-Associated Aging

February 11-12, 2019

Meeting Agenda (PDF 284 KB)
Scientific Steering Committee and Invited Speakers (PDF 1.5 MB)

Strategies to prevent or remediate cancer and treatment-related aging. Guida JL, Agurs-Collins T, Ahles TA, Campisi J, Dale W, Demark-Wahnefried W, Dietrich J, Fuldner R, Gallicchio L, Green PA, Hurria A, Janelsins MC, Jhappan C, Kirkland JL, Kohanski R, Longo V, Meydani S, Mohile S, Niedernhofer LJ, Nelson C, Perna F, Schadler K, Scott JM, Schrack JA, Tracy RP, van Deursen J, Ness K. Journal of the National Cancer Institute, 2020. DOI: 10.1093/jnci/djaa060

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August 26, 2021