Click here to hear the entire podcast : https://peterattiamd.com/davidsinclair/ In this episode, David A. Sinclair, Ph.D., a Professor in the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School and co-Director of the Paul F. Glenn Center for the Biological Mechanisms of Aging, provides insight into why we age and how to slow its effects based on … ContinuedRead Full Article
This week some of the greatest minds in #longevity gathered in San Francisco at the #LongevityTherapeuticsSummit. Many of our team members were there to join the conversation. See the speaker line-up featuring our own #NirBarzilai, @markramis & #SreeKant https://t.co/0ZNO5G6D9W
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Dr. David Sinclair, Nir Barzilai, and other researchers are undertaking ambitious efforts to develop government-aproved drugs to lengthen healthy lifespans.Read Full Article
Geneticists and anti-aging researchers like Dr. David Sinclair believe that we are on the brink of developing drugs and treatments that will greatly expand human longevity and healthy lifespan.Read Full Article
NAD+, an oxidized form of Nicotinamide Adenine Dinucleotide, plays a key role in regulating how cells age and the body functions. Over an animal’s lifespan, levels of NAD+ drop. Dr. David Sinclair discusses studies that have shown boosting NAD+ levels in mice have made them physically appear and behave younger.Read Full Article
Manuel Serrano and other researchers studying old cells that don’t function normally but don’t die believe that removing these cells may be the key to alleviating age-related illnesses and delaying the effects of aging. It’s shown promise in mice — now it’s about to be tested in humans.Read Full Article