Webinar with Steven Austad: Scheduled for June 21, 2023, 3-4pm ET

Compared to other sciences, the field of aging research, ironically, is relatively young. Yet over the past four decades, innovative researchers have made tremendous strides in understanding the biological processes of aging and how they underlie virtually all major chronic diseases, including Alzheimer’s, heart disease, cancer, stroke, diabetes, and others.

As a result, an ever-accelerating rate of discoveries is bringing us closer to the therapies and interventions that will extend our years of health as we grow older.

Today, a range of promising breakthroughs are changing the way we age—for the better. There are drugs that target the damaged cells that can poison healthy tissues, technology that aims to reprogram cells, new understandings about healthy diets, and ways to identify biomarkers to reliably reveal biological (rather than chronological) age.

In a conversation-style webinar, Prevention’s Editor-in-Chief Sarah Smith will be joined by AFAR Senior Scientific Director Steven N. Austad, PhD, to discuss the five most exciting science-backed innovations that are poised to help us all live healthier, longer.

Bring your questions and join us for this free, informative discussion.