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GSA's 65th Annual Scientific Meeting
Event Date: 
11.14.2012 (All day) - 11.18.2012 (All day)
Time Zone: 
(GMT-08:00) Pacific Time
Event Location
Address 1: 
San Diego Convention Center
Address 2: 
111 W. Harbor Drive
City: 
San Diego
State: 
CALIFORNIA
Zip: 
92101
Short Description: 

GSA's Annual Scientific Meeting brings together more than 3,500 of the brightest minds in the field of aging.

Full Description: 

GSA's Annual Scientific Meeting brings together more than 3,500 of the brightest minds in the field of aging. This meeting is the premier gathering of gerontologists from both the United States and around the world. They participate in over 400 scientific sessions including symposia, paper, and poster presentations.

GSA’s scientific program is one of the most respected and competitive of its kind. The theme is “Charting New Frontiers in Aging.” Charting implies connections — within and across disciplines, professions, individuals, cohorts, generations, systems, environments, cultures and nations. By charting connections, we move beyond our personal insights and investigations to achieve a deeper and more meaningful understanding of aging and its implications.

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