Whilst we might be living longer than ever, millions of us aren’t able to live out our newfound longevity due to chronic, age-related health issues. The brand new Smart Ageing Summit, from non-profit organisation the Oxford Longevity Project, brings together internationally-recognised scientists and clinicians to discuss the latest breakthroughs around healthy aging and longevity from the historic setting of the University of Oxford’s Keble College.
This first of its kind in-person event will educate and inspire attendees on how to age better, smarter and more vibrantly with the help of longevity experts who have been featured in The Guardian, The Times, The Express, Healthline and Liz Earle.
Taking place on Saturday 8th of July (9-5pm) at Keble College, University of Oxford, the Smart Ageing Summit is set to be a fascinating day featuring world-renowned speakers including academic and former Warden of Keble College, Sir Christopher Ball; Oxford University Professor Emeritus of Physiology, Denis Noble; Ex Team GB Triathlete and Longevity Doctor Dr Tasmin Lewis; Celebrity Longevity Doctor and Founding Trustee of the British College for Functional Medicine, Dr Olivia Ly Lesslar; Director of Ageing Research at King’s College London, Dr Richard Siow; Oxford GP and Cancer Immunologist, Dr. Paul Ch’en; Patient Advocate and Founder/CEO of Longevity Supplement Company Oxford Healthspan, Leslie Kenny and Oxford University Immunologist and CEO of Healthspan-Focussed Start-Up Added Health, Dr Michael Stein.
The unique event will answer the age old question: how can we live a healthier, happier and longer life? Topics will include what we can learn from the latest a lister anti-ageing protocols; holistic health for age-related diseases and longevity; food, mental health and aging younger; weight loss drugs: miracle or misleading? and using AI today for healthspan tomorrow.
Guests will get the opportunity to attend lunch in Keble College’s historic Victorian Gothic dining hall with the speakers. After a full day of learning, there is also the option of staying overnight in the college if they wish to combine the event with visiting local tourist hotspots.
Tickets have just gone on sale for the event. Early Bird tickets are available until 1 June l and includes lectures, lunch in Keble Collegeand tea and coffee breaks.
“We all know that connecting with our tribe and living in vibrant communities is one of the keys to longer, healthier lives, so we are excited to bring together this group of leading researchers and practitioners while also offering attendees a unique opportunity to experience the collegial magic of an Oxford college. Oxford Healthspan is proud to sponsor this grass roots event to empower the public with actionable tips to live better, now” says Co-Founder of the Oxford Longevity Project and CEO of Oxford Healthspan Leslie Kenny.
About the Oxford Longevity Project and Oxford Healthspan
The Oxford Longevity Project is a non-profit organisation that produces public service webinars around the latest scientific breakthroughs on ageing, in particular autophagy or cellular renewal. The project was founded by two University of Oxford Professors (Denis Noble and Sir Christopher Ball), University of Oxford college doctor (Dr Paul Ch'en) and Harvard graduate and Oxford-based patient advocate Leslie Kenny. Previous webinars have included ‘Autophagy and Heart Health’ and ‘Autophagy and Alzheimer’s.’
The Smart Ageing Summit is sponsored by Oxford Healthspan.
For more information on the Smart Ageing Summit, visit: www.eventbrite.co.uk