August 19-22 sees the arrival of the annual Ending Age-Related Diseases conference, where we will discuss progress in the development of diagnostics for aging along with drugs and therapies for healthy life extension.
The conference will be virtual this year due to the current global pandemic, which means you can join us from the comfort of your favourite chair at home. Every year, we bring you an amazing selection of the best speakers from the rejuvenation biotechnology and life extension industry, and this year is no exception.
We will hear talks by Eric Verdin (The Buck Institute for Research on Aging), Aubrey de Grey (SENS Research Foundation), Joao Pedro de Magalhaes (University of Liverpool), Irina Conboy (UC Berkeley), Jacob Kimmel (Calico), Michael Snyder (Stanford University School of Medicine), Lorna Harries (Senisca), Steve Horvath (UCLA), and many other aging researchers.
We are adding more speakers as they are confirmed, so keep an eye on the speakers page to find out what other exciting guests will be joining us.
Four days and lots to enjoy
This year, the conference is taking a more relaxed pace over four days, and ticket holders can enjoy the following benefits:
- You will hear the latest industry news and developments from top researchers and biotech companies.
- You can enjoy interviews, panel discussions and debates between thought leaders to cover additional topics, such as the role of cryptocurrency in funding longevity research, how to de-risk investment in a rejuvenation biotech company, and the philosophy of life extension.
- You will be able to explore virtual presentation booths from participating companies and watch on-demand talks.
Early bird ticket prices end June 30th, so you only have a limited time to secure a great discount off the usual price. You can get your tickets below or from Eventbrite.
To thank you for your kind support, we are offering Lifespan Heroes a 20% discount off your ticket. Please contact Steve to get your special code to unlock the Hero ticket.
Still thinking about it? Here are some great reasons you should attend:
As you can see, there are many great reasons to attend our conference this year, and we look forward to seeing you there!