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12/23/2010:     Science Daily has released a news story on an original article published in the December 2010 issue of Aging & Disease on December 17, 2010. This news story (Human Umbilical Cord Blood Cells Found to Enhance Survival and Maturation of Key Brain Cells) can be found at: . (PDF). The original article is: Ning Chen, Jennifer Newcomb, Svitlana Garbuzova-Davis, Cyndy Davis Sanberg, Paul R. Sanberg, and Alison E. Willing. Human Umbilical Cord Blood Cells Have Trophic Effects on Young and Aging Hippocampal Neurons in Vitro. Aging and Disease,1(3):173-190, 2010.

02/06/2011: SciGuru - Science News Portal has released a news story on an original article published in the February 2011 issue of the Aging and Disease. This news story can be found at: Outcome of acute seizures is more devastating in the aged population than in the young adults, (PDF).The original article is: B. Hattiangady, R. Kuruba and A. K. Shetty: Acute Seizures in Old Age Leads to a Greater Loss of CA1 Pyramidal Neurons, an Increased Propensity for Developing Chronic TLE and a Severe Cognitive Dysfunction. Aging and Disease Volume 2, Number 1; 1-17, 2011.

01/29/2012  The journal “Aging and Disease” has passed the data evaluation stage of PubMed Central acceptance. All papers published in our journal will be deposited into the PubMed Central Database.

11/16/2012  Highly cited papers (top 25) published in A&D, which can be found at

06/27/2013  The Journal Aging and Disease is the Official Journal of International Society on Aging and Disease (ISOAD)

04/24/2014  Thomson Reuters has completed the evaluation and has accepted the journal for coverage in the following Thomson Reuters products: Science Citation Index Expanded, Biological Abstracts, Biosis Previews. Coverage will begin with Vol 1 2010.

05/15/2014  The Aging and Disease recently adopted ScholarOne Manuscripts to manage its submissions and peer review process.  The comprehensive online platform will help further promote academic exchange by streamlining the editorial and publication process: authors enjoy ease of submission and ability to track manuscript review status while editors can manage review tasks in a dynamic, fully-integrated interface that enables the most informed decision-making. The online submission website is The old online submission system  ( is replaced by new online platform.

11/04/2014   2014 International Conference on Aging and Disease (ICAD 2014) was held in Beijing International Convention Center, China, on November 1-2, 2014.

BICC is located in the Olympic Village, a flourishing area of Beijing which has a collection of conference centers, businesses, shopping centers and entertainment venues. BICC is right across the street from the center of 2008 Beijing Olympic Games – Beijing National Stadium, known as the 'Bird's Nest', and the Aquatic Center, known as the 'Water Cube'.

BICC has a total of 60,000 square meters and has over 40 conference rooms. It has an Exhibition Hall of 5,000 square meters and 20,000 square meters of office space. This conference hall is equipped with state-of-art auxiliary facilities, simultaneous interpretation system for six languages, projection devices and adjustable lighting system. VIP rooms are also available.

ICAD 2014 is one of the leading international conferences for presenting novel and fundamental advances in the fields of Aging and Aged-related disease. The purpose of the conference is for the scientists, scholars, and students from the universities and the research institutes all around the world to present ongoing research activities, and hence to foster research relations. This conference provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish research or business relations and to find global partners for future collaboration. It also serves to foster communication among researchers and practitioners working in a wide variety of scientific areas with a common interest in fighting aging and aged-related disease.
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