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It won’t be long until we host Ending Age-Related Diseases 2022 on August 11th-14th. Like in previous years, this four-day event will be packed with the latest research updates, discussion panels, and on-demand content to enjoy.

We are offering you a 10% discount on ticket prices using the code summer2022. Get your ticket today, and join us for one of the highlights of the year in aging research!

What is happening at this year’s conference?

This year’s exciting program will include more than 25 speakers over four days, and we’re continuing to announce them. Leading researchers, including George Church, Irina Conboy, and Brian Kennedy, will bring you the latest developments in the fight against aging.

George Church, Ph.D.

Harvard Medical School - Professor of Genetics

Irina Conboy, Ph.D.

UC Berkeley Research - Assistant Professor of Bioengineering

Brian Kennedy, Ph.D.

National University Singapore - Professor of Biochemistry and Physiology

Check out the other speakers who will be there.

We have divided the event into themed days, and we are confident that there will be plenty of new information to interest everyone who’s curious about any part of turning rejuvenation from a dream into reality.

  • Day 1: Exciting Therapies and Fundamental Research
  • Day 2: Biomarkers of Aging
  • Day 3: Translational/Rejuvenation Biotech
  • Day 4: Investment, Crypto, and Policy

As well as exciting talks about research and biotech business, we will be getting the conversation going with expert-led panels.

That’s a lot of content! It would be tough to catch it all, but for paid ticket holders, all content will become available for on-demand viewing as presentations happen. Better still, ticket holders will be able to watch the content for a month after the conference is over, so if your schedule prevents you from attending the parts you really want to see, you’ll have nothing to worry about.

Come and listen to the professionals who represent the world’s top research institutions and companies at the cutting edge of our scientific fight against aging. Book your place today, and join us for one of the highlights of the year in aging research.


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