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Greg Fahy

World expert in organ cryopreservation and Chief Scientific Officer at 21st Century Medicine

Greg Fahy is the world's foremost expert in organ cryopreservation by vitrification.

Fahy is also a well-known biogerontologist and is the originator and Editor-in-Chief of The Future of Aging: Pathways to Human Life Extension, a multi-authored book on the future of biogerontology.

He spoke at Ending Age-Related Diseases 2019, about his company’s Phase 1 human trials in which the thymus, a critical organ of the immune system, was regenerated.



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Greg Fahy is also referenced in the following:

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Alcor Conference 2022
03-Jun-2022 to 05-Jun-2022

Conference about cryonics and life extension organized by Alcor with David Chalmers and George Church as featured speakers

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Online webinar about science and longevity organized by Coalition for Radical Life Extension moderated by Dr. Greg Fahy (FREE)

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Hear the latest developments from the leading experts in rejuvenation biotechnology research

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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

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Metabesity 2021
11-Oct-2021 to 14-Oct-2021

The Kitalys institute virtual conference targeting key questions that will impact the future of aging and extending healthspan

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RAADfest 2020
02-Oct-2020 to 04-Oct-2020

The science of staying alive

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RAADfest 2022
06-Oct-2022 to 09-Oct-2022

In person, in San Diego, CA. Organised by Coalition for Radical Life Extension.

Greg Fahy News

Biological age reversed with growth hormone and diabetes drugs cocktail

Nature - 05-Sep-2019

Small, uncontrolled trial, but (potentially) very exciting results

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Scheme for mind-uploading centuries in the future

Kurzweil Network - 14-Mar-2018

Brain’s connectome contains 150 trillion microscopic synaptic connections. Data could possibly b...

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Rejuvenating the Thymus to Prevent Age-related Diseases

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 04-Oct-2017

Thymus gland produces the majority of body's T cells. Thymus shrink with age making us increasin...

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