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Tag: Clinical Practice

Online courses about aging research.
One of the challenges of making longevity and rejuvenation research a mainstream field is getting it accepted into healthcare practice. It turns out that healthcare professionals are often not aware of the amazing things being developed in labs right now. This is no surprise, quite frankly. Rejuvenation research is a fairly niche topic within the...
Tzipi Strauss
Despite its small size, Israel is packing quite a punch when it comes to innovation, having earned the moniker "the startup nation". It also has advanced healthcare and some of the best hospitals in the world. In one of them, Sheba Medical Center, the first-of-its-kind Longevity Center will soon open its doors. The center will...
Brian Kennedy
Dr. Brian Kennedy is a longevity heavyweight: a former President of the Buck Institute, currently a Distinguished Professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Physiology at the National University of Singapore, a co-editor of Aging Cell, and one of the researchers behind a recent study of alpha-ketoglutarate that resulted in winding back chronological age in...
Terry Grossman
In this interview at our fourth annual Ending Age-Related Diseases conference, Elena Milova and Terry Grossman discuss his longevity clinic and how current medicine deals with the problems of aging. Script Elena: Greetings to the participants of Ending Age-Related Diseases 2021. This conference brings together thought leaders and researchers working on rejuvenation biotechnology with the...
At the Fourth Eurosymposium on Healthy Ageing, which was held in Brussels last November, Elena and I met Dr. Kris Verburgh, a medical doctor who is especially interested in biogerontology and the potential of this field of study to turn medicine on its head. Dr. Verburgh is only about 33 years old and has already...