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Thomas Warner Lenior

Thomas Warner Lenior

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Ronald Kohanski Interview
It was a pleasure speaking to Dr. Ronald Kohanski at the 2019 Ending Age-Related Diseases conference. Dr. Kohanski joined the field of aging research in 2005 as a Program Officer for the Division of Aging Biology at the National Institute on Aging. He moved on to become its Deputy Director in 2007 and has held...
Amutha Boominathan Interview
We recently had the opportunity to interview Dr. Amutha Boominathan from the SENS Research Foundation, at the Ending Age-Related Diseases 2019 conference about her research on mitochondrial repair therapies, the value of animal models, and her views on the future of aging research. Dr. Amutha Boominathan received both her MSc and her PhD in Biochemistry from...
Justin Rebo Interview
At the Ending Age-Related Diseases 2019 Conference in New York City, we had the opportunity to interview Dr. Justin Rebo from the drug discovery biotech company BioAge. BioAge is developing a drug discovery platform that uses machine learning and artificial intelligence to discover targets that have the potential to promote healthy lifespan (healthspan) by slowing...
Michael West Interview
At our 2019 Ending Age-related Diseases conference in New York City, we had the pleasure of speaking with Dr. Michael West, the CEO of AgeX Therapeutics. Dr. West can rightfully be called a pioneer in his field with a substantial background in biomedical and biotechnology corporations. After completing his PhD at Baylor College of Medicine,...
George Church Interview
Recently, we had the opportunity to interview Professor George Church, a well-known geneticist and rejuvenation expert. Prof. Church's company, Rejuvenate Bio, will be launching a clinical trial to test a rejuvenation therapy in dogs this fall. In your recent paper on enabling large-scale genome editing, you talked about manipulating endogenous transposable elements with the help...