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Tag: David Sinclair

December 10, 2020
The journal club is back for December and we will be discussing the new Sinclair lab paper where researchers have successfully rejuvenated the eyes of aged mice using cellular reprogramming. As some additional background, we recently covered the paper in an article on the news outlet which you can find here. Join us December 22nd...
December 04, 2020
Researchers at the Sinclair Lab at Harvard Medical School have restored lost vision to old mice, and mice with damaged retinal nerves, using partial cellular reprogramming. The aged cells can be reset to become younger again using this approach and are better at repairing damaged tissue. The approach has huge potential in the treatment of...
October 05, 2020
More and more investors are starting to get interested in technologies that are being developed to slow or even reverse aging as therapies are starting to reach human trials. Recently, I attended the Longevity Investors Conference to learn more about investments being made towards anti-aging research. A shift towards doing something about aging The current...
May 08, 2020
Yesterday, Dr. David Sinclair, Dr. Aubrey de Grey, Tina Woods, former director of the NIA Dr. Felipe Sierra, Daria Khaltourina, and Lifespan.io president Keith Comito discussed the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and its relationship to healthcare and the future of aging research. After the discussion, our Lifespan Heroes were able to attend and ask questions as...
April 29, 2020
On Thursday, May 7th at noon EDT, on our Facebook page, Lifespan.io will be livestreaming an online roundtable discussion with key leaders of our field to discuss the current pandemic, its relationship to aging research, and how the current situation might impact the future of healthcare. Join Drs. David Sinclair, Aubrey de Grey, former director...
January 22, 2020
Recently, Dr. David Sinclair did an AMA ("Ask Me Anything") on Reddit. Events like these, which allow people to ask researchers questions about their work on an open forum, can often turn up interesting responses that are not always uncovered during interviews. We have picked these few questions and answers, but we suggest that you...