Stress, Inflammation and Aging: What`s new on this relationship?

Chair: Maria Jose Bellini

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Chronic stress accelerates aging. A wide range of studies has shown that stress can speed-up the aging process and also that inflammation becomes a response to stress and aging. This symposium provides a summary of the state of research on stress and aging-related changes associated with factors such as inflammation and/or sex that may contribute to differential responses and susceptibility to damage and therapies. The following talks provide an integrated view on future direction in stress and aging research and interventions targeting inflammation.