Longevity & Aging Series: Season 2 Premiere Episode

The Longevity & Aging Series launched its second season with a premiere episode featuring Dr. Irina Conboy and Xiaoyue (Serafina) Mei from the University of California, Berkeley.

BUFFALO, NY- April 22, 2024 – The Longevity & Aging Series is an enlightening and progressive video interview series presented by Aging, featuring esteemed researchers discussing the latest in aging research, with a focus on their studies published by Aging.

In the premiere episode of the second season of the Longevity & Aging Series, Dr. Irina Conboy and Xiaoyue (Serafina) Mei from the Department of Bioengineering and QB3 at the University of California, Berkeley, discuss a priority research paper they co-authored and published in Aging’s Volume 15, Issue 17, entitled, “Fail-tests of DNA methylation clocks, and development of a noise barometer for measuring epigenetic pressure of aging and disease.”

Click here to watch the full interview on YouTube.
Click here to read the priority research paper in Aging.

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