Groundbreaking Geneticist to Keynote Fasano Longevity Conference
Dr. Steve Horvath will deliver the Keynote Presentation on Epigenetics and Biomarkers: A New Age in Longevity Modeling at the November 2nd Fasano Longevity Conference in Washington, DC.
Dr. Horvath, UCLA Professor in Human Genetics and Biostatistics, is the developer of the “Horvath” Epigenetic Clock, a biochemical test that determines the age of body tissues and organs. His presentation will focus on some of the newer longevity modeling approaches developed from his epigenetic research.
Said Mike Fasano, President of Fasano Associates, “Steve is truly a pioneer in the field of epigenetic research. Of all the research of the last decade to develop new tools to help measure aging and predict life expectancy, Steve’s work by far offers the most potential. Anyone with an interest in longevity related investments will want to see his presentation.”
The Fasano Conference is a time efficient, one-day event that covers the most current and relevant topics affecting the longevity markets, and has been favored by the investment and financial community. This year the Conference will be delivered in virtual format, value priced at $195.