*If this is your first Longevity Global event you can use code, "FIRST23", for complimentary entry.
This is the second in Longevity SF's series of dialogues on strategies that scientists and biotech companies are taking to extend years of healthy life. The goal of the Longevity Dialogues is to provide cutting edge insight on the promise and caveats of lifespan extending strategies from the mouths of the scientists employing them. The format will be a 10 minute talk from each of our speakers, Janine Sengstack and Marco Quarta, followed by a moderated Q&A with plenty of time for audience questions. Light dinner and drinks will be provided.
We are excited to be collaborating with BioAge Labs and the Translating Aging Podcast for this event. BioAge's VP of Media and host of Translating Aging, Chris Patil, will be moderating.
Epigenetic reprogramming is a strategy for turning back the clocks in old cells/animals to restore them to youthfulness. A review on this topic is here. We may also discuss the 2023 paper on epigenetic reprogramming in mice from the lab of Harvard Professor, David Sinclair.
Longevity SF is the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of the non-profit, Longevity Global. We host events for our curated community of longevity researchers, investors, and entrepreneurs. These monthly events include research talks, networking events, hikes, and our annual finale event, the Longevity Summit at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. We also connect virtually on Slack. You can apply to join us here.
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