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Roles of Protein Aggregation in Age-Progressive Diseases
Presenter: Robert Reis, MD
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Knowledge Gap: 
The purpose of this activity is to educate healthcare providers with the most up-to-date information on 
Roles of Protein Aggregation in Age-Progressive Diseases. 

Target Audience
The target audience includes all healthcare professionals such as physicians, nurses, pharmacists and allied health professionals who would like to learn about 
Roles of Protein Aggregation in Age-Progressive Diseases and how it pertains to their respective profession.

Release and Expiration Dates
04/04/2018 -04/04/2021

Objectives

1. Understand the roles of aggregates in diverse neurodegenerative disease.
2. Understand the generality of protein aggregation, its age-dependence, and its part in inflammation.
3. Recognize the importance of anti-inflammatory drugs, and the development of novel compounds optimized for anti-aggregation activity.

References:

1. Ayyadevara S, Balasubramaniam MS, Gao Y, Yu L-R, Zybaylov B, Alla R, Shmookler Reis RJ (2015) Proteins in aggregates functionally impact multiple neurodegenerative disease models by forming proteasome-blocking complexes. Aging Cell 14:35-48. PMC4326912. Featured, World Biomed. Frontiers 2015.

1. Ayyadevara S, Balasubramaniam M, Parcon P, Barger SW, Griffin WS, Alla R, Tackett AJ, Mackintosh SG, Petricoin E, Zhou W, Shmookler Reis RJ (2016) Proteins that mediate protein aggregation and cytotoxicity distinguish Alzheimer's hippocampus from normal controls. Aging Cell 15:924-939, 2016. PMC5013017.

1. Ayyadevara S, Balasubramaniam M, Johnson J, Alla R, Mackintosh SG, Shmookler Reis RJ (2016) PIP-binding proteins promote age-dependent protein aggregation and limit survival in C. Elegans. Oncotarget 7:48870-48886. Cover article; selected as a Priority Research Paper. DOI: 10.18632/oncotarget.10549

Biographical Info

Robert J. S. Reis, D.Phil

Robert J.S. Reis, D.Phil holds a BA from Harvard University (B.A.) and D. Phil from Sussex University, U.K. at UAMS, he holds the Udupa Chair in Gerontology Research, aand at the VAMC he is a Senior Research Career Scientist. The Reis lab has focused for several years on protein aggregation as a unifying feature of many or all age-progressive diseases and on specific aggregate proteins that appear to play functional roles in the formation or clearance of aggregates.

Speaker Disclosures:
The planners, speakers, moderators, peer reviewers and /or panelists of this CE activity have no relevant financial relationships with commercial interests to disclose.

Planners: 
Priya Mendiratta, MD
Paula Podrazik, MD
Gohar Azhar, MD
Susan Smithwick, MD

Speaker:
Lisa C Hutchison, PharmD, MPH

Peer Reviewers: 
Kim Miller, MCHES


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