Introducing the First-of-its-kind Smart Ageing Summit 2023

Introducing the First-of-its-kind Smart Ageing Summit 2023

Exciting news! Oxford Longevity Project, a non-profit organization that brings the latest research in longevity to public, has just launched its first-ever in-person event - the Smart Ageing Summit 2023 - and Early Bird tickets are available now.

The event will bring together some of the world's leading longevity scientists and doctors to the historic setting of Keble College, University of Oxford on Saturday, 8 July 2023, to provide you with the tools to age better, smarter and more vibrantly.

Topics will include what we can learn from the latest a lister anti-ageing protocols; holistic health for age-related diseases and longevity; food, mental health and aging younger; weight loss drugs: miracle or misleading? and using AI today for healthspan tomorrow.

Want to stay longer and experience the beauty of Oxford? Keble College is giving guests the opportunity to stay in college rooms at a reduced rate. Book here.

Expert speakers include:

  • Sir Christopher Ball, Academic and Former Warden of the University of Oxford's Keble College
  • Professor Denis Noble, Systems Biologist and Emeritus Professor of Cardiovascular Physiology at the University of Oxford
  • Dr Richard Siow, Director of Ageing Research at King's College London (ARK) and Visiting Senior Lecturer in Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics at the University of Oxford
  • Dr Tamsin Lewis, 2014 Ironman Champion and Longevity Doctor 
  • Dr Paul Ch'en, GP Partner and College Doctor at the University of Oxford's Keble and Somerville Colleges
  • Dr Olivia Ly Lesslar, Psychoneuroimmunologist and Longevity Medicine Practitioner 
  • Dr Michael Stein, University of Oxford Immunologist and CEO of Holistic Health Coaching Service Added Health
  • Dr Robert Konrad Macjiewski, Co-Founder and CEO of AI-Driven Health Platform Biolytica
  • Leslie Kenny, Autoimmune Survivor/Thriver and Oxford Healthspan Founder

Early Bird ticket prices are available until 1 June. This includes tea and coffee breaks and lunch in Keble College’s Victorian Gothic dining hall with the speakers and fellow guests. Secure your tickets now at a reduced rate!

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