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DKV Sponsors Forum on Commercialising Longevity Research; Brings Together Scientists, Investors, Entrepreneurs and Celebrities
Date:7/10/2014

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The speakers at the inaugural 21st Century Medicine forum included:

Dmitry Kaminskiy, Senior Partner, Deep Knowledge Ventures, Hong Kong on ‘Impact Investment to Advance Longevity Research’
Kate Elizarova, Actress, Model & Campaigner on ‘Raising Cultural Awareness for Medical Advances & Longevity Research’
Eli Mohamad, Co-Founder, Organ Preservation Alliance, NASA Ames Research Center on ‘An X-Prize for Organ Preservation’
Geoffrey Furlonger, CEO, Aging Analytics, United Kingdom on ‘Longevity As a Challenge for Pension Funds & Life Insurance Companies’
Charles Groome, Consultant, Aging Analytics, United Kingdom on ‘Novel Sources of Investment for Translational Research’
Henry Stanley, VP Strategy, BGRF on ‘Charitable Contributions to Translational Longevity Research’
Alex Zhavoronkov, CEO, InSilico Medicine on ‘The Importance and Future of Longevity Research’

Videos of the above talks can be viewed will be made available shortly on the Aging Analytics and BGRF websites. The next Forum event is anticipated to take place in Oxford, UK in October 2014.

About Aging Analytics

Aging Analytics Agency Ltd performs innovative research in biotechnology and regenerative medicine, keeping abreast of the newest processes and technologies for extending life. Through development of databases, frameworks and software supporting financial decision making it provides tools to qualify capital allocation decisions in the public and private sector. The company also provides strategic consulting in the field of regenerative medicine and anti-aging research. Aging Analytics has also launched VITAL (Validating Investment Tool for Advancing Life Sciences), a decision making support software focused on a subset of thousands companies in the sector. For more information, please visit

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