Michigan Biology of Cardiovascular Aging (M-BoCA) is a multidisciplinary science program focused on aging and cardiovascular disease that enhances collaborative research knowledge between established investigators, team members, and others whose work and interests closely relate. Educating and training junior faculty and future leaders to run cutting-edge research is at the heart of M-BoCA.

Program News

The 2nd Annual M-BoCA Symposium is scheduled for Friday, September 21, 2018 and registration is now live! This free event will include a scientific poster session, 4 talks from UofM Faculty and a keynote presentation by Kelvin Davies, PhD, from University of Southern California Leonard Davis School of Gerontology. The Symposium will be from 9am-2pm in the Danto Auditorium #2314 (Frankel Cardiovascular Center) and will include breakfast and lunch. We hope you can join for this exciting cardiovascular and aging event.

Register here to reserve your spot.

Dr. Tyrrell, PhD, Research Fellow in the lab of Dr. Daniel Goldstein, will present "Aging enhances vascular inflammation, mitophagy, macrophage infiltration and atherosclerotic plaque necrosis, independently of metabolic dysfunction" on Tuesday, June 19 from 12:30-1:30p in CVC #5321. Lunch provided on a first-come, first-served basis.