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Stephanie Dainow Speaks at Rejuvenation Startup Summit 2022

This summit aims to accelerate rejuvenation biotechnology development.

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Berlin/Germany, September 9, 2022 – We are happy to announce that Stephanie Dainow, Executive Director of, will be speaking at the Rejuvenation Startup Summit 2022, where she will be giving a talk called “How to Make Longevity Mainstream”. readers can enjoy a nice 20% discount for the Rejuvenation Startup Summit on all tickets with the code Lifespan.io_Special_20. Click here to get yours.

Stephanie Dainow - Executive Director

Stephanie Dainow is Executive Director of, a US-based non-profit that is accelerating biomedical technologies to increase healthy human lifespan through responsible journalism, research funding, advocacy, education, and decentralizing aging research.Β  She is also a Business Mentor to SOSV’s IndieBio venture fund and accelerator, consulting deep-tech startup founders on business development and strategy, fundraising, and executive leadership.

Previously, Stephanie was with Singularity University in Silicon Valley working across its Innovation Consultancy, Tech Think Tank, University for the Future, and Impact-based Startup Incubator. She also worked for a global management consultancy as a Life Sciences Business Manager and served as Account Director for BioMarin Pharmaceutical.Β  Her early career in NYC spanned global growth for Interpublic Group’s media arm, celebrity and brand marketing, and commercial entertainment.

Stephanie has volunteered around the world and previously held an Advisory Board position at a 501c(3) that inspires Harlem youth to pursue STEM careers. She is passionate about empowering leaders to think differently about emerging technologies, disruption, and the future of business.

About the Rejuvenation Startup Summit 2022

The Rejuvenation Startup Summit (Berlin, Oct. 14-15, 2022), hosted by the Forever Healthy Foundation, is a vibrant networking event that aims to accelerate the development of the rejuvenation biotech industry.

Rejuvenation and longevity biotechnology is a new, emerging field of medicine. It aims to prevent and reverse the diseases of aging by addressing their common root cause, the aging processes themselves. Rejuvenation therapies aim to reverse or repair age-related cellular changes, such as molecular waste, calcification, tissue stiffening, loss of stem cell function, genetic alterations, and impaired energy production.

The Rejuvenation Summit brings together startups, members of the longevity venture capital and investor ecosystems, and researchers interested in founding or joining a startup, all of whom aim to create therapies to vastly extend healthy human lifespan.

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