João Pedro de Magalhães
Microbiologist at the University of Liverpool studying ageing using computational and experimental approaches.
Portuguese microbiologist at the University of Liverpool. His lab at the University of Liverpool studies aging through both computational and experimental approaches. His lab studies the ageing process and how we can manipulate it to fend off age-related diseases and improve human health with the ultimate goal to cure human aging.
He leads the Integrative Genomics of Ageing Group (http://pcwww.liv.ac.uk/~aging/).
On the board of trustees of the British Society for Research on Ageing.
Centaura - CSO
NOVOS - Scientific Advisory Board
Visit website: https://jp.senescence.info/
See also: University of Liverpool - Public research university for UK and international students
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Scientific society which support research for understanding of ageing process
Company with mission to prevent and reverse aging.
Daily longevity drink mix.
João Pedro de Magalhães is also referenced in the following:
Online event with Prof. João Pedro de Magalhães and Ms. Svitlana Surodina organized by Ageing Research at King's. (FREE)
Hear the latest developments from the leading experts in rejuvenation biotechnology research
The virtual event for leaders in longevity science, technology, business and finance organized by Longevity Leaders (LSX).
Why do we biologically age? Can aging be reversed? (Zoom)
World congress discussing on futurist concepts like longevity extension, artificial intelligence, human enhancement and other technologies with first humanoid robot speaker, Sophia, organized by HumanityPlus.
Focused on the cellular and molecular repair of age-related damage (Berlin)
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João Pedro de Magalhães News
Galapagos giant tortoises kill damaged cells to resist cancer and ageing
New Scientist - 20-Jul-2021
Large, long living animals offer insights on natural ways of cancer resistanceRead more...
João Pedro de Magalhães discusses longevity pharmacology and importance of human trials
Longevity Technology - 23-Mar-2021
Advances in longevity pharmacology to revolutionize healthcare with personalized therapiesRead more...
Longevity pharmacology promises to revolutionize healthcare industry
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 24-Feb-2021
Despite challenges, many companies and clinical trials in longevity field are constantly evolvingRead more...
Nutritional supplement to live longer is now available
PharmiWeb.com - 14-Jan-2021
12 science-based ingredients acting together on multiple aging mechanismsRead more...
Gene mutations in DNA may impact lifespan and fertility
Newsweek - 19-Jun-2020
Study accelerated public awareness on genome sequencing & inspires new treatment approachesRead more...
Should WHO use a new framework for the diagnosis and treatment of age-related diseases?
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 08-May-2020
LEAF summarises and exchange of thoughts between leading aging researchersRead more...
Cryonicists get together in New York - Reason reports back
Fight Aging! - 25-Dec-2019
No surprise there is a big overlap in interest in life extension from the cryonics communityRead more...
Mr Senescence explains how to speed up ageing research
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 05-Nov-2019
Long validation times in ageing research – experimental time is a bottleneckRead more...
LEAF report from the Longevity Leaders Conference
Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 06-Feb-2019
Encouraging signs from big companies - more interviews to followRead more...
Anti-aging secrets of some animals, revealed
Discover - 08-Aug-2018
High cell damage tolerance, unfaltering telomeres, stem cells, to mention a fewRead more...
Stealthy Harvard startup wants to reverse aging
MIT Technology Review - 09-May-2018
Rejuvenate Bio is cofounded by George Church of Harvard Medical School. Will make animals “young...Read more...
Lifting The Lid On Cryonics
Billionaire - 17-Aug-2017
I think currently its better to spend your money on life extension treatments, but if you're in your last days and have the money - why not?Read more...
Eating old food shortens lifespan in animals
New Scientist - 17-Feb-2017
Organisms able to acquire cellular damage from their food. Older food organisms have more molecu...Read more...