Today we thought it was time to mention one of the best conferences focused on aging research and one well worth thinking about attending – Undoing Aging! This will be the third year of the conference and the line up again looks superb with some really great speakers from the research community attending. We are delighted to confirm that the Lifespan team will be attending and out in force to bring you the latest news and interviews from the conference, so stay tuned!
As well as it being a fantastic conference and one we have throughly enjoyed attending the last two years, another good reason to mention the upcoming conference now is that the Early Bird pricing ends on March 7th, 2020. If you are looking to bag a bargain, now is the ideal time to purchase a ticket.
The Forever Healthy Foundation and SENS Research Foundation announced the 2020 Undoing Aging Conference program and speakers today. Undoing Aging will take place May 21 – 23, 2020 at the Radialsystem V in Berlin, Germany.
Undoing Aging 2020 is focused on cellular and molecular repair of age-related damage as the basis of therapies to bring aging under full medical control. The conference is not only open to the scientific community, but also welcomes startups, investors, the general media, and all interested members of the broader rejuvenation movement.
To accommodate the exciting growth of the emerging rejuvenation biotechnology industry, this year Undoing Aging will add a dedicated forum and exhibition space for rejuvenation biotech companies to present themselves to prospective investors and industry partners. Application submission for the Rejuvenation Startup Forum is open until March 27th, you can apply here.
Additionally, the conference will feature a special “Rejuvenation Now” session highlighting the first generation of human rejuvenation therapies that are either currently in clinical trials or are available today.
The conference sessions will cover a range of topics across the damage-repair spectrum with talks from world-leading experts including:
- Ned David, Co-founder and President of UNITY Biotechnologies
- Jerry Shay, University of Texas
- Vera Gorbunova, University of Rochester
- Gordon Lithgow and Henri Jasper from The Buck Institute
- Tilman Grune, University of Potsdam and the German Institute of Human Nutrition
- Joao Pedro de Magalhaes, University of Liverpool
- Lynne Cox, University of Oxford
- Jeanne Loring, Scripps Research Institute, La Jolla, California
- Steve Horvath, University of California
Conference Early Bird pricing remains in effect until March 7, 2020.About Forever Healthy Foundation
Forever Healthy is a private, non-profit initiative with the mission to accelerate the availability of human rejuvenation therapies and enable people to vastly extend their healthy lifespan.
Through it’s ‘Rejuvenation Now’ and ‘Maximizing Health‘ initiatives Forever Healthy seeks to continuously identify and evaluate new rejuvenation therapies with reference to their risks, benefits, and potential application and to harness the enormous wealth of the world’s cutting-edge medical knowledge to empower informed decisions about health and well-being.
The foundation’s acclaimed Undoing Aging conference annually
brings together pioneering scientists and startups from around the globe, who are leading the charge in maintaining and restoring full health in old age.
In addition, Forever Healthy supports the development of rejuvenation therapies that undo the damage of aging by funding basic research and mentoring startups that work on therapies for human use. For more information, please visit: forever-healthy.orgAbout SENS Research Foundation
SENS Research Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that works to research, develop, and promote comprehensive regenerative medicine solutions for the diseases of aging. SRF supports research projects focused on a damage repair paradigm at universities and institutes around the world with the goal of curing such age-related diseases as heart disease, cancer, and Alzheimer’s disease.
SRF educates the public and trains researchers to support a growing regenerative medicine field through advocacy campaigns and educational programs. For more information, please visit sens.org