In this twentieth episode, Polina Mamoshina introduces recently launched Deep Longevity, and its app (young.ai). Biomarkers of aging are introduced. She explains that they have taken a superior approach by using deep learning instead of machine learning. Aging clocks in general are covered. Finally, she shares her view that transcriptomic and proteonomic clocks are the likely future.
Lee: Hello, Polina, and welcome as guest number 20 on Quantified Health, Wellness & Aging Podcast. Polina: Hi, Lee. It’s my pleasure to be here. Lee: So, first of all, where are you? Polina: Well, I’m currently in Moscow, in Russia. So back to my hometown. Lee: Oh, I didn’t realize that. For some reason, I thought you were in... Read MoreDeep Biomarkers of Aging and Longevity – EP20: Polina Mamoshina (Deep Longevity)
In this nineteenth episode, Stephen Matlin introduces telomere biology. He details how testing services typically use Q-PCR which provides an average telomere length and why that doesn't really mean anything. Instead the percentage of critically-short, measured using Q-FISH, does. Finally he chats about supplements - telomerase inducers - for growth.
Lee: Hi, Steve, and welcome as guest number 19 on the Quantified Health, Wellness, and Aging Podcast. Hi, Steve. Steve: Good morning, Lee. Thanks for having me on. Lee: It’s a pleasure. I have wanted you on for quite some time. I came across Life Length a number of years ago. I don’t know if you can remember how I... Read MoreYou Should Measure the Length of Your Critically-Short Telomeres – EP19: Stephen Matlin (Life Length)
In this fifteenth episode, Liz Parrish shares her quest for radical life extension and details her two completed gene therapies. She describes the regenerative medical tourism available today for increased lifespan and costs. She relates her company's mission to create a human that regenerates faster than they degenerate. She details her upcoming gene therapies, including upgraded IQ.
Lee: Hello and welcome to the Quantified Health, Wellness and Aging podcast, Liz. Liz: Thanks for having me, Lee. It’s great to be here. Lee: I greatly appreciate having you. I’ll jump straight in here. In two thousand and… I almost said 2005… 2015, you flew to Bogota, Colombia and you made controversial medical history. You were a self-appointed guinea... Read MoreGenetically Modifying Humans to Reverse Aging – Today – EP15: Liz Parrish (BioViva)
In this thirteenth episode, Tom Stubbs, Co-Founder/CEO of Chronomics starts with introducing epigenetics. He describes the technology and expertise that he's brought together to create the only company in the world advancing the forefront of epigenetic biomarkers. He explains how their A.I. based health biomarker engine will be used to reduce your risk of future illness.
Lee: Hey, welcome Tom. Tom: Hey, Lee. Thank you for having me on the show. Pleasure to be here and looking forward to chatting with you. Lee: What’s the focus of Chronomics? Tom: We are very much focused on measuring health so people can avoid disease. Lee: Measuring health so that people can avoid disease, that sounds a little bit... Read MoreEpigenetic Health Monitoring to Reduce Your Future Illness Risk – EP13: Tom Stubbs (Chronomics)
In this twelfth episode, Jeff Kaditz, Founder/CEO of Q Bio begins with coronavirus chat. He goes on to explain that most medical knowledge today is probably incorrect or heavily biased. That there’s almost nothing a doctor does that couldn’t have been done 200 years ago in terms of the information. He presents his vision to run ‘search engines for the body’ and turn healthcare into hard science.
Lee: Hello and welcome to the Quantified Health, Wellness and Aging Podcast. Today we have our twelfth guest Jeff Kaditz, the CEO of Q Bio. Welcome, Jeff. Jeff: Hi, Lee. How are you doing? Lee: Well, do you have 20 minutes? This is meant to be a one in a 100 year event taking place at the moment. I don’t... Read MoreMultiscale Digital Models of Human Biology, Turning Health into a Hard Science – EP12: Jeff Kaditz (Q Bio)