Who are all the biohackers/quantified-self'ers you follow?

eg Project Blueprint. My new endeavor, Project Blueprint… | by Bryan Johnson | Future Literacy | Medium

Johnny Adams! GRG meeting 8/28/2021 - YouTube



he seems super-involved

Dean Pomerleau too


the original was dan dascalescu. also transcendent man. idk if they’re still involved.

there’s a netflix doc on biohackers. also casra

minicircle ppl know of SOME. like josiah zayner.

pattie maes lab and her book


I am interested in his stem cell therapy results.

The Russian Biohacker collective, covered in this post: Irina Conboy Plasmapheresis Webinar - #41 by RapAdmin


I don’t follow him so much as check in occasionally (on Nick) - I think the evidence for some of the things he tries is questionable).



Eric Alm and Larry Smarr did extensive microbiome tracking

[cancer analytics is the FIELD to look at]

Alm is among a small but growing cadre of scientists who are using themselves as research subjects. They are taking advantage of faster and cheaper technologies, ranging from custom apps on smartphones to gene sequencing, in order to monitor aspects of their behavior and biology in unprecedented detail.

The public has embraced such devices as well, giving rise to a “quantified self” movement in which people aiming to live healthier lives track their daily activity and convert it into a rich data stream: fitness, food intake, sleep cycles. But self-experimenters like Alm so fully transform themselves into guinea pigs that their research has the potential to answer questions beyond the self. His work has led to an intriguing finding about yogurt’s effects on health.

“I realized this would actually be amazing,” said Lawrence David, a junior fellow at Harvard University and former graduate student of Alm’s who studied the communities of bacteria that dwell in his own gut, looking for clues about how they might be affected by alterations in diet, exercise, even mood. “We had this capability to take all these measurements that even five years ago were inconceivable.”



Steve Perry from RAADfest - Steve Perry's RAADFest 2022 GDF11 Presentation - YouTube

The Osirin Biotechnologies guy

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What I find with self testing is I can get answers to relatively obvious questions reasonably quickly that otherwise are not available via pubmed. Simple things like how much Vitamin D to take.

With my protocol I can change things frequently in the same way as I debug a computer system and respond to the changed outputs.

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