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AFAR presents “The Business of Longevity: Moving Biomedical Advances into Biotech Opportunities”

The American Federation for Aging Research (AFAR) invites you to an exclusive event featuring leaders in biotech for healthy aging. The Business of Longevity: Moving Biomedical Advances into Biotech Opportunities Wednesday, September 30, 2020 10-11am Eastern Time To RSVP or for more information, please contact Amy Sullivan at amy@afar.org. Featuring visionary venture capital investors and aging …

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Jim Mellon Bulletproof Radio Interview on Clean Meat, Longevity, and Eating Well

Jim Mellon on Bulletproof Radio Biotech “Ninja Moves Are Disrupting How We Age & What We Eat”

Click to listen to podcast In this episode of Bulletproof Radio, co-founder of The Longevity Forum Jim Mellon, discusses how financial investments are leading to extraordinary progress on longevity. We are learning how to invest in our health and as a result are living longer lives. One of the developments Jim discusses is the amazing …

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Podcast with Laura Deming

Laura Deming explains the new age of investing in longevity.

Laura Deming is the founder and full-time partner at The Longevity Fund, an early stage venture capital fund backing companies which target the ageing process to treat disease, with investments in gene editing, small molecule therapeutics, and novel methods to treat disease.

Podcast with co-founders

Dafina Grapci-Penney, Jim Mellon and Andrew Scott highlight the collaborative effort of The Longevity Forum and the key takeaways from the day. The social and science narrative on longevity are changing which is very exciting for the future.

Podcast with Linda Fried

Linda Fried describes the unprecedented success of adding 30 years to the human lifetime and the implications of our additional time.

Linda Fried is Dean and DeLamar Professor of Public Health at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health.