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David Sinclair

Chief Executive at International Longevity Centre UK

David has worked in policy and research on ageing and demographic change for 20 years. He holds honorary positions at UCL and Newcastle University

David has presented on longevity and demographic change across the world (from Seoul to Singapore and Sydney to Stormont). David won the Pensions-Net-Work Award for “The most informative speaker 2006-2016”. He is frequently quoted on ageing issues in the national media.

David has a particular interest in older consumers, active ageing, financial services, adult vaccination, and the role of technology in an ageing society. He has a strong knowledge of UK and global ageing society issues, from healthcare to pensions and from housing to transport. He has published reports on a range of topics from transport to technology and health to consumption.

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See also: Institute International Longevity Centre UK - UK’s specialist think tank on the impact of longevity on society, and what happens next

Details last updated 12-Nov-2021

David Sinclair is also referenced in the following:

Future of Ageing 2022: A vision for the next 25 years


Annual conference by the International Longevity Centre

Health equals wealth: How can the UK and Europe work together towards healthy ageing?


ILC UK hosted virtual event exploring how the EU and UK can work together on healthy ageing

Longevity Summit Dublin 2022

18-Sep-2022 to 20-Sep-2022

Event gathering Global Longevity and Rejuvenation community in Dublin with many longevity movement superstars as speakers

David Sinclair News

Mice regain vision through partial cellular reprogramming of retinal cells (LEAF) - 13-Dec-2023

While age ultimately caught up, study demonstrates potential of the novel treatment


Tally Health raises $10 million in seed funding for longevity research

Longevity Technology - 06-Apr-2023

Aims to extend human healthspan and promote impactful lifestyle changes