Irina Conboy, researcher at UC Berkeley, is apparently one of the founders of this new biological clock company… mostly inspired by the recent paper (PMID 37702598) introducing a “noise baromerer” measuring what I’m calling “loss of epigenostasis”.
The Company Website: https://www.generationlab.co
The Company’s Science: https://www.generationlab.co/blog
One can sign up on waitlist for future updates and to help give them support / momentum:
Irina and Mike Conboy were working on a therapeutics company (I believe) a few years ago… something that may have competed with Katcher’s company. But that seems to have been stillborn.
I’m surprised they are coming out with a clock company. At the Longevity Summit last week Steve Horvath had this to say about biological clocks / epigenetic clocks:
Conboys in the news…
Today, Generation Lab, a biomedical research company cofounded by Conboy, is getting in on the aging game by launching its test. With a wait-list of over 1,000 people, Generation Lab’s new at-home molecular aging test requires a cheek swab to analyze an individual’s risk for top health conditions and the pace of aging across 19 systems in the body.
The booming business of discovering your biological age: This tech company will measure it starting at $400 per year
Related Reading: How Old Are You Really? (Age Clocks)