Thu, 14 November 2019

6:45 pm - 8:15 pm

How to Live Longer Better and Stop Diseases of Ageing

With Lynne Cox, Nir Barzilai, Sabina Brennan, Tina Woods


Portland Hall

4-12 Little Titchfield Street, London, W1W 7BY

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What is the secret to a long, happy life? We bring together three eminent scientists whose research is helping to extend our years spent in good health.

What are the scientifically proven changes to your lifestyle that will reduce the risk of diseases of ageing? And how will emerging treatments prevent your decline, and even stop ageing ‘in its tracks’?

We are in the midst of a quiet revolution in the science of longevity. Harnessing the power of genomics and artificial intelligence, we are learning to fight back against the causes of dementia and the other diseases we each fear, reducing the long-term risks to our health – whatever our age.

This isn’t an evening of speculation and empty promises. We’ve gathered the world’s most renowned scientists to explore the future of human health. Hosted by health innovation evangelist Tina Woods, who is helping to build the UK’s National Strategy to help deliver 5 extra years of healthy life expectancy to all citizens by 2035, you’ll meet…

Award-winning Oxford Professor Lynne Cox, an expert in the biological mechanisms of ageing and one of the world leaders in developing new ways of stopping cellular senescence (cell death);

Professor Nir Barzilai, who runs the world’s biggest centre for the study of the biology of ageing, where he is trialing a drug to help us live longer, healthier lives based on his studies of the genetics of the world’s longest-living populations;

And psychologist, neuroscientist and bestselling author Dr Sabina Brennan, whose research at Trinity College Dublin focuses on brain health and how to prevent decline in cognitive function.

Don’t miss this evening of insight into the new science that will help you to live a longer, healthier -and hopefully happier- life.



Lynne Cox

Lynne Cox is a biochemist at the University of Oxford. Her lab studies the molecular basis of ageing in human cells and in model organisms, with a particular focus on cell senescence, as well as premature ageing Werner syndrome.>>

Nir Barzilai

Dr. Barzilai is a chaired Professor of Medicine and Genetics and Director of the biggest Center in the world to study the Biology of Aging. He has been featured in major papers, TV program and documentaries (TEDx and TEDMED).>>

Sabina Brennan

Dr Sabina Brennan is a psychologist, neuroscientist, award-winning science communicator and author of the No 1 best-seller 100 DAYS TO A YOUNGER BRAIN.>>

Tina Woods

Tina Woods is CEO and Founder of Collider Health, writes regularly for FORBES, D/SRUPTION and other media channels, and is currently writing a book, LIVE LONGER WITH AI.