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Daria Khaltourina

Founding Member of International Longevity Alliance. Promoted aging as an ICD11 disease as WHO

Founding Member and a Board Member of the International Longevity Alliance (as a Chair of the Board of the Russian Regional Russian NGO "Council for Public Health and Demography"). She specialized on working with governments and advocacy, but also coordinates activities.

She currently works at promoting regulation beneficial for biomedical R&D, especially in the area of curing and preventing pathologies of aging. Daria is currently a coordinator of "Healthy Longevity" segment of the Russian National Technological Initiative. She was a major driving force in promoting this initiative to ensure governmental funding for R&D in the area of longevity, which resulted in the Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation.

She also works at promoting longevity research at the World Health Organization structures, including the changes to ICD11. The proposal developed her and a group of colleagues is under review at the WHO.

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See also: Institute International Longevity Alliance (ILA) - Facilitating faster development and implementation of life-extending technologies to ensure healthy longevity for all

Details last updated 06-May-2020

Daria Khaltourina is also referenced in the following:

10 years of the Longevity Day/Month Campaign


Open online ILA meeting in honour of the International Longevity Day

Eurosymposium on Healthy Ageing 2022

25-Nov-2022 to 26-Nov-2022

Unique biennial online meeting of scientists working on the biology of ageing organized by Heales and International Longevity Alliance (FREE)

LEV Foundation

Identifying genuinely effective treatments to prevent and reverse human age-related disease

Daria Khaltourina News

LEAF interviews Daria Khaltourina about WHO classification of ageing (LEAF) - 05-May-2020

Believes life extension treatments may already exist - but need more clinical trials

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Ageing Research