FREE Special Session of the Symposium on Aging at the NAM Annual Meeting
FREE LIVE WEBCAST: Registration now available >>
Aging is inevitable … or is it?
NAM President Victor J. Dzau will lead a panel discussion among four pioneers who are investing in science and technology that could stop the aging process in its tracks.
- At Human Longevity, Inc., J. Craig Venter is building the world’s most comprehensive database of human genotypes and phenotypes to tackle diseases associated with aging.
- Hal Barron is President of R&D at Calico, a Google-backed company whose mission is to harness advanced technologies to increase our understanding of the biology that controls lifespan.
- Joon Yun is President of Palo Alto Investors, LLC, with $2.5 billion invested in health care, and the founder of the Palo Alto Prize, a $1 million life science competition dedicated to ending aging.
- At the MIT AgeLab, Joe Coughlin is pursuing innovative technologies to support caregiving and healthy aging, including “smart home” monitoring and specialized foods.
Please join us for a lively conversation about outside-the-box thinking and disruptive innovations that could revolutionize the most universal issue in health. Space is limited, so register now!
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Registration for the session on Innovation in Aging and Longevity is FREE. Additional registration, including a fee of $150, is required to attend other sessions of the NAM Annual Meeting. To see the complete agenda and to register for the full scientific program, visit the meeting page.