You are all invited to join our next exciting Lecture Cycle session on the 19th of June from 17.00-18.00 in J-01-116 (LUMC building 1), route 554, or via Microsoft Teams. In the session we will discuss the Leiden Longevity Study (LLS), one of the most original and deeply phenotyped LUMC cohort studies with over 20 years of follow up aimed at establishing determinants of health, (co)morbidity, mortality and longevity. Numerous publications and collaborations have resulted from this study.
This session will be hosted by prof. dr. Eline Slagboom, specialized in ageing as an LUMC professor of molecular epidemiology and principal investigator of the LLS. Joining her is dr. Niels van der Berg, a LUMC postdoctoral researcher specializing in the LLS and other large cohorts.
The Teams link or “Registration” button below will bring you to a registration page. All you need to do is fill in your name and e-mail so that a link (and calendar item) will be sent to that e-mail. External Microsoft accounts should work as well.
See you there!
|Two decades of LUMC Lifecourse ageing research–the Leiden Longevity Study cohort
|June 19th, 2023
|17:00 – 18:00 hr
|J-01-116 (LUMC building 1), route 554