Longevity course Stanford
Stanford Continuing Studies

Longing for Longevity: From Biology to Biohacking

 

Everyone wants to live longer, but nobody wants to get old. The emerging field of geroscience suggests this may be possible. In this course, we will describe the main theories around aging, with a focus on genetic and epigenetic mechanisms, find out about body clocks to measure the biological age of our cells and tissues, and explore ways to delay or even reverse aging through the use of lifestyle hacks, supplements, and so-called senotherapeutics. We will also hear from guest speakers who are world-renowned longevity and aging experts, including Valter Longo, Professor of Gerontology at the University of Southern California. This is a course for those who are interested in understanding, critically evaluating, and using the latest discoveries in geroscience to live a healthier longer life.

 

Istitution Stanford Continuing Studies
Where Online

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