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Peter Fedichev

Founder of Gero and physicist in drug discovery land

Peter Fedichev is a scientist and biotech entrepreneur. His scientific background lies in the field of condensed matter physics, biophysics and bioinformatics. Peter earned M.S. in theoretical physics from the Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology and Ph.D. from the University of Amsterdam. He conducted research at Kurchatov Institute, one of the leading science government agencies in Russia, FOM Institute AMOLF (Netherlands), Moscow University of Physics and Technology, and the University of Innsbruck. To date, he has published over 70 papers in peer-reviewed journals covering his research on physics, biophysics and aging biology.

Peter is a founder of Gero, a data-driven longevity startup focused on developing therapies that will strongly extend a healthy human lifespan.

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See also: Company Gero - AI-powered platform for drug discovery and drug repurposing for age-related diseases.

Details last updated 04-Mar-2020

Peter Fedichev is also referenced in the following:

Aging & Gerontology 2024

08-Apr-2024 to 09-Apr-2024

The conference by Sciinov Group with focus on gerontology studies (Valencia, Spain)

ARDD 2023 - 10th Aging Research & Drug Discovery Meeting

28-Aug-2023 to 01-Sep-2023

Event about latest progress in the molecular, cellular and organismal basis of aging organized by University of Copenhagen

Ending Age-Related Diseases (EARD) 2021

19-Aug-2021 to 22-Aug-2021

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

Global Healthspan Summit 2023

29-Nov-2023 to 30-Nov-2023

Longevity summit organised by Hevolution Foundation (Riyadh,Saudi Arabia)

Global Longevity Federation (GLF 2024)

25-Mar-2024 to 26-Mar-2024

The conference by Sciinov Group tries to put together an exciting scientific programme focused on longevity (Las Vegas, USA)

Healthy Masters International Conference

05-Nov-2022 to 06-Nov-2022

Healthy Masters conference about living longer and healthier life

Longevity Summit Dublin 2023

17-Aug-2023 to 20-Aug-2023
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Event gathering Global Longevity and Rejuvenation community in Dublin with many longevity movement superstars as speakers

Tokyo Longevity Summit


Accelerate the Longevity revolution summit organised by Vitalism Foundation (Tokyo, Japan)

Peter Fedichev Blog Posts

Highlights of Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020

Highlights of Ending Age-Related Diseases 2020

Key points from 20 presentations from world-leading researchers

Peter Fedichev News

Reason reports back from Age-Related Disease Therapeutics Summit 2023

Fight Aging! - 16-Jun-2023

Many people believe lots of clinical trials of novel therapeutics targeting mechanisms of aging will start up in the next few years


Reason reports back from October's Rejuvenation Startup Summit

Fight Aging! - 19-Oct-2022

Some really exciting developments with quite a few in clinical trials


Science predicts that theoretically we can live up to 150 years

The Conversation (UK) - 08-Jun-2021

Is it time to find ways to make it our average life expectancy?


Blood cells and footsteps count predict the maximum human lifespan

Scientific American - 25-May-2021

A natural limit of 120-150 is a good start before even starting rejuvenation therapies


Highlights from eLife's Aging, Geroscience and Longevity Symposium

eLife Sciences - 17-Dec-2020

Authors covered biological age clocks, senescent cells, longevity genes, and more


Inheritance of damaging mutations decides how long we get to live

GEN News - 10-Apr-2020

With whole exome and genome sequencing we could reveal so many secrets of life


Using AI to Predict Biological Age

Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News (GEN) - 30-Mar-2018

Physical activity data from wearables can produce digital biomarkers of aging. AI-based algorith...


Half-century old misconception removes limits on life extension

EurekAlert! - 07-Feb-2017

Strehler-Mildvan (SM) correlation was reported in 1960. It relates to the Mortality Rate Doublin...