One of the best known hallmarks of aging is related to metabolic alterations. Metabolism covers diverse processes providing new building blocks and energy for the body via the digestion of food. We have finally added a Metabolism Super Story backed by several underlying Protein Stories! Our users can check their Metabolism results and personalised Aging Scores by […]
AgeCurve’s founder and director, Attila Csordas has been invited to give a talk and participate in a panel discussion at the inaugural Longevity World Forum on the 8th of November in Valencia, Spain. The talk is entitled ‘AgeCurve, proteomics and extending healthspan: from free solo to aided rock climbing’.
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.
AgeCurve’s founder and director, Attila Csordas has been invited to give a talk at the upcoming Undoing Aging, 2018 conference, in Berlin, organised by the SENS Research Foundation and the Forever Healthy Foundation. The conference features heavyweights of molecular biogerontology worldwide, both from academy and the biomedical industry. Attila is scheduled to talk on the […]
We are finally in a position to run a pilot programme in the US. We are now offering a chance for some curious, early adopter Americans to understand what deep age and deep agings profiling mean according to AgeCurve’s view focusing on proteins via personal proteomics. Please email us over at if interested. Thank you.
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 […]
I am thrilled to announce that Professor Kathryn Lilley, of Cambridge University, is joining AgeCurve’s Advisory Board. Kathryn is the director of Cambridge Centre for Proteomics with a deep understanding of mass spectrometry based proteomics. I was privileged to work with Kathryn before and since AgeCurve is a Cambridge-based startup it was rather predictable for […]