Author Archives: Attila

Mainstream validation of mass spec proteomics to assess aging signatures

A US-based research team finally published the defining study on using mass spectrometry proteomics to deliver meaningful biological aging profiles, to predict chronological age with a panel of proteins across the whole life trajectory, using thousands of blood samples, from age 18-95.  The paper was published in Nature Medicine and is called Undulating changes in human […]

Towards a consensus definition of biological aging workshop in Cambridge, 2020

Current clinically focused biological aging research, or translational geroscience is going through incredible progress. There’s finally an emerging scientific consensus about our understanding of the major molecular and cellular hallmark processes driving biological aging. Yet, this consensus is not reflected in a consensus definition of what biological aging is. In the literature, for some reason, […]

Re-making the oral microbiome component to tell more

Dear AgeCurve Users, We have disabled reporting oral microbiome features within the AgeCurve App due to the following reasons: We have always been focusing on reporting deep proteomic aging patterns using expression levels of human proteins and reporting oral microbiome information next to this core information has been confusing for many users. Basically we have […]

Talk on Cell Lineage Trees and Comprehensive Rejuvenation in Mayfair, London

Below please see slides of my recent talk at the Aikora Health event called Longevity – How Humans Will Live Longer and Prosper.

Aubrey de Grey joins AgeCurve’s Advisory Board

It’s so fitting to announce here that Aubrey de Grey has joined AgeCurve‘s Advisory Board. Aubrey is the number one individual inspirational source of serious and scientifically minded longevity enthusiasts over the world.

Attempts to define biological aging: scope, actionability, plurality

There are many ways to define biological/organismal aging, here I collected together 6. They are presented in historical order to show how different topics showed up in them and thinking on aging gained more depth. You should not expect strict definitions in the logical sense with necessary and sufficient conditions but attempts to highlight the […]

World Health Organisation’s new global target & focus on healthy aging

The WHO is under pressure to commit more work and focus on healthy aging. A representative and data-backed call was expressed by the paper published in Aging and Disease, called Aging Health and R&D for Healthy Longevity Must Be Included into the WHO Work Program It looks like the WHO has listened as according to John Beard, Director […]

Problem or programme: Narratives of old age and the coming Longevity Economy

At AgeCurve we are trying to build a startup culture that is aging-savvy from the ground up. This is not as easy as it sounds as aging is a phenomenon affecting the majority of human activities and domains, so quite an intimidating subject. Also it is not as easy to convince a devops for instance […]

Farewell Gen P, welcome new AgeCurve App

We are getting there! Based on our early user experience interviews, we have re-designed our application. We wanted to reach 2 goals More accessible, less scientific content Focusing clearly on aging related features Accordingly, we have also dropped the name ‘Gen P’ and renamed the application simply to be called AgeCurve App from now on. If […]

Silicon Valley Entrepreneur Daniel Reda joins AgeCurve’s Advisory Board

In July I have announced that Kathryn Lilley is joining our Advisory Board, advising us on science related matters. Today I’m thrilled to announce that Daniel Reda is joining our Board as well, helping us to navigate our small boat with his California trained, biomedical business skills. Daniel and I were colleagues at Singularity University […]