21st Century Age and Longevity Conference

Dates: April 13 – 15, 2018
Location: New York, New York

The three day conference, “Age and Longevity in the 21st Century: Science, Policy, and Ethics”, sponsored by Global Bioethics Initiative, offers a unique opportunity to call attention to the impact of new technologies on the global profile of aging and longevity. By facilitating expert discussion in a unique setting regarding broad-based perspectives on these topics, the conference promotes global thinking, scientific exploration and policy orientation at the individual, social, community and macro-societal level.

Who can present?

Scientists from leading universities, biotech and pharmaceutical companies, academics, policy-makers, and practitioners with diverse professional backgrounds (biology, biomedical engineering, nursing, medicine, health care administration, ethics, philosophy, theology, etc.) who are active in the fields of aging research, regenerative medicine, cryonics and healthy life extension are expected to present at this important conference.

Abstract Proposal Early Deadline: December 15, 2017
Abstract Proposal Regular Deadline: January 15, 2018

Abstract submissions should not exceed 350 words and should include your name, affiliation, a recent photo, and a short biography (150 words). Please send your abstract to alita@globalbioethics.org

Who can attend?

The conference is open to leaders in biotech and pharmaceutical companies, NGOs, scientists, policy-makers, academics, students, activists, and medical professionals from various backgrounds, scientists, activists, and the general public.

ONE UN New York brings the world together with spectacular NYC accommodations and panoramic views. Boasting a 70-million-dollar transformation, the hotel combines a modern aesthetic with form, function, and attention to detail across all 439 guest rooms and suites. Set across from the United Nations Headquarters adjacent to the East River, the hotel’s Midtown East location is simply ideal. Nearby, Manhattan icons such as the Empire State Building, Grand Central Terminal, the theater district and splendid shopping invite travelers from around the world to explore the city that never sleeps.

—Event Producer