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Healthy Aging
Healthy Aging

How to Live Long & Die Young

Drawing from his decades studying the biology of aging and his research with SuperAgers, Nir Barzilai, MD, will discuss how the field of aging research has moved from hope to promise: biomedical advances are closer than ever to moving from the labs to our lives. If we can target the biology of aging, Dr. Barzilai and colleagues believe that we can delay age-related diseases.

Can we all live healthier for longer in the age of COVID-19 — and die “young” at a very “old” age? In this special event for the general public and his upcoming book out on June 16th, 2020 – Age Later: Health Span, Life Span and the New Science of Longevity, Dr. Barzilai will share background behind the promising research that is working to help us all live healthier and longer.

Win one of 50 free copies of
Nir Barzilai’s book, “AGE LATER.”

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In Age Later, Dr. Barzilai reveals the secrets his team has unlocked about SuperAgers and the scientific discoveries that show we can mimic some of their natural resistance to the aging process. This eye-opening and inspirational book will help you think of aging not as a certainty, but as a phenomenon—like many other diseases and misfortunes—that can be targeted, improved, and even cured.

Win one of 50 free copies of
Nir Barzilai’s book, “AGE LATER.”

AgeLater_Book

In Age Later, Dr. Barzilai reveals the secrets his team has unlocked about SuperAgers and the scientific discoveries that show we can mimic some of their natural resistance to the aging process. This eye-opening and inspirational book will help you think of aging not as a certainty, but as a phenomenon—like many other diseases and misfortunes—that can be targeted, improved, and even cured.

 

 

PRESENTED BY:

 

Nir Barzilai, MD

AFAR Scientific Director Director, Institute for Aging Research,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

 

PRESENTED BY:

 

Nir Barzilai, MD

AFAR Scientific Director Director, Institute for Aging Research,
Albert Einstein College of Medicine.

ABOUT AFAR:

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AFAR is a national non-profit organization that supports and advances pioneering biomedical research that is revolutionizing how we live healthier and longer. For nearly four decades, AFAR has served as the field’s talent incubator, providing more than $181 million to more than 4,200 investigators at premier research institutions nationwide. A trusted leader and strategist, AFAR also works with public and private funders to steer high quality grant programs and interdisciplinary research networks. AFAR-funded researchers are finding that modifying basic cellular processes can delay—or even prevent—many chronic diseases, often at the same time. They are discovering that it is never too late—or too early—to improve health. This groundbreaking science is paving the way for innovative new therapies that promise to improve and extend our quality of life—at any age. Learn more at www.afar.org or follow AFARorg on Twitter and Facebook.

RSVP: Online Lecture
How to Live Long and Die Young

June 26, 11am – 12pm ET

All attendees will also be entered into a raffle to win one of 50 copies of Dr. Nir Barzilai’s new book, “Age Later.”

AgeLater_Book

RSVP: Online Lecture
How to Live Long and Die Young

July 16, 11am - 12pm ET

All attendees will also be entered into a raffle to win one of 50 copies of Dr. Nir Barzilai's new book, "Age Later."

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