Hannah Went

Advancements in Quantifying Biological Aging and Why it Matters

Hannah Went has a lifelong passion for longevity and breakthrough, disruptive technologies that drive radical improvement to the human condition. She attended the University of Kentucky and graduated with a degree in Biology. During that time, she had multiple research internships studying cell signaling and cell biology. After graduation, she worked for the International Peptide Society as their Director of Research and Content. Through work in the integrative medicine industry, Hannah saw an opportunity for methylation based age diagnostics and started TruDiagnostics in 2020. TruDiagnostic is a company focusing on methylation array-based diagnostics for life extension and preventive healthcare serving functional medicine providers. TruDiagnostic has a commitment to research with over 30 approved clinical trials investigating the epigenetic methylation changes of longevity and health interventions. Since TruDiagnostic’s inception, they have created one of the largest private epigenetic health databases in the world with over 30,000 patients tested to date. Hannah has since created Everything Epigenetics where she shares  insights on  how DNA regulation has an impact on your health.

Desiree Cox

Desiree Cox, M.D., M. Phil., Ph.D.

Bridging the Valley of Death in The Bahamas: Stem Cell, Regenerative Medicine, and Longevity-Enhancing Technologies.

Dr. Desirée Cox, MD, MPhil, PhD is a Rhodes Scholar, medical doctor, creative artist, and internationally respected thought leader in future health and regenerative medicine. Educated at McGill University (Canada), Oxford University (UK) and Cambridge University (UK), Dr. Desirée is the Founder and CEO of The HEALinc and The HEALinc Future Health Innovation Summit (www.healincsummit.com). She is also the CEO of ArtRegen, CEO of the Biotech R&D company BioPep and an Affiliate member of Rutgers University, Graduates Studies Faculty, New Jersey, USA. She is the first Rhodes Scholar from The Bahamas and the first woman Rhodes Scholar from the British Caribbean. She lives in the USA and The Bahamas.

Since 2014, she has been spearheading the development of a regulatory system and ecosystem in The Bahamas for accelerated patient access to stem cell, regenerative medicine and other future health technologies manufactured in the US and Europe, Latin America, and Asia. At the 40th Independence Celebrations in 2013, the Bahamas Government honored Dr. Cox by issuing a 70-cent stamp into circulation bearing her photograph.

Suresh Rattan

Suresh Rattan, Ph.D., D.Sc.

Hormesis and hormetins as drugs for health and longevity.

Suresh Rattan, Ph.D., D.Sc. is Professor Emeritus of Biogerontology affiliated with the Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Aarhus University, Denmark. His research areas and expertise include ageing of human cells and application of the concept of mild stress-induced hormesis as a modulator of ageing and longevity. He is a recipient of the prestigious Lord Cohen Medal in Gerontology from the British Society for Research on Ageing (BSRA), and an Honorary Doctorate from the Russian Academy of Medical Sciences (St. Petersburg branch). He is the discoverer of the healthy-ageing effects of kinetin and zeatin. He has published more than 300 scientific articles and has authored/edited/co-edited 25 books, including books for children, public and research scientists. He is the founding Editor-in-Chief of Biogerontology – an international peer reviewed journal published by Springer-Nature. He is the present Chairman of the Biological Section of the European Region of the International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics (IAGG-ER).

Bill Cham, PhD from Vanuatu

Treating and preventing skin cancers

Dr. Cham has a degree in Chemistry, a degree in Biochemistry and a doctorate in Medicine. His 150 plus scientific publications cover a wide range of disciplines. For instance, relevant to the cancer project, his degree in Chemistry has enabled him to identify BEC in the Devil’s Apple and Eggplant. His degree in Biochemistry has assisted him in discovering how and why BEC kills cancer cells but not normal cells. His degree in Medicine has been helpful in the pharmacological, toxicological and efficacy studies of BEC and the clinical application of Curaderm®.

Today, Dr. Cham has over 150 scientific publications and over 6000 citations and is a member of various scientific societies and is a reviewer for various International Journals with many research grants awarded and is the inventor and patents holder for 50 inventions.

Sladjana Nedic, M.D. from South Africa

Abdominal obesity: More than a cosmetic concern, it’s a sign of a complex insulin resistance syndrome requiring functional medicine assessment and reversal.

Functional Medicine Specialist (IFMCP). Founder and Owner of 8th Sense antiaging clinic in Johannesburg since 2005 specializing in functional medicine, preventive genetics, and longevity medicine. Optimizing patient health and well-being through personalization and precision. An expert in using bio-identical hormone replacement for promoting health- span, and longevity. Qualifications: MD, Medical Doctor – Faculty of Medicine, University of Belgrade. Functional Medicine Certified Practitioner by The Institute of Functional Medicine (IFMCP, USA). World Organisation of Antiaging Medicine (WOSAAM) certified Antiaging Diplomate, Belgium. A registered medical doctor with the Health Profession Council of South Africa (HPCSA). Certified TCM doctor registered with the Allied Health Profession Council, SA. Diploma in Preventive Genetics – Academy Reunis, Luxemburg.

Marios Kyriazis, M.D. from Cyprus

The interesting sTORy of Rapamycin

Dr Marios Kyriazis qualified as a medical doctor (MD) from the University of Rome, Italy, and after preclinical work in the USA he worked as a clinician in acute medicine in Cyprus, and the UK. He subsequently qualified as a Gerontologist with interest in the biology of aging and became a Chartered Member of the academic organisation ‘Royal Society of Biology’ in the UK. He also has a post-graduate qualification in Geriatric Medicine from the Royal College of Physicians of London, and a Doctor of Science (Medical Research) in 2022. He is the scientific director of the National Gerontology Centre (Cyprus) in association with the Ministry of Health. His research is focused on transdisciplinary models and explores common principles between biology, complex sciences, evolution, medicine, neurosciences, and general healthy aging. His recent publications include papers on the complexity of aging, technology and society, clinical geriatrics, as well as books on hormesis.

Rob Verkerk, Ph.D. from the UK

Micronutrients that save lives: looking beyond essentiality

Founder, Alliance for Natural Health (ANH). Executive & scientific director, Alliance for Natural Health International (www.anhinternational.org) and USA (www.anh-usa.org). Rob Verkerk PhD is a multi-disciplinary scientist, researcher, freedom proponent and regenerative health advocate. He founded the non-profit, the Alliance for Natural Health (ANH), in 2002 that has been at the forefront, both in Europe and the USA, of establishing scientific and legal frameworks appropriate for integrative, sustainable, and nature-aligned approaches to human health using the tools of ‘good science and ‘good law’. He presently heads both the UK-based international and the US offices of ANH. For 40 years, Dr Verkerk has used science as a tool for good, while upholding human unalienable rights, fundamental freedoms, and the rule of law. Throughout his career, he has been driven to further our understanding of, along with ways of sustaining, human and planetary health. He earned his MSc and PhD degrees from Imperial College London where he continued his research as a postdoctoral research fellow for a further 7 years, working also on research and development projects in Africa, Central and Southeast Asia. Since its inception in 2005, he has been lead scientist and regulatory consultant for ANH Consultancy which has protected and supported companies, medical doctors, and other practitioners in the natural health sector, including following challenges by regulators. Dr Verkerk is the pioneer of a new framework for integrative, nature-aligned, community-based regenerative health systems, and has authored more than 60 papers in peer reviewed journals and conference proceedings, including one of the largest studies on health outcomes among the non-covid-19 vaccinated. Among his affiliations, Dr Verkerk is a fellow of both the American College of Nutrition and the Royal College of Medicine (London), and scientific advisor to the UK-based integrative cancer charity, Yes to Life.

Brian Delaney, Ph.D. from Florida

Genes are not destiny: new options for APOE-ε4

Brian M. Delaney is president of Age Reversal Network, and cofounder of Vitality in Aging (VIA) Research Group, an initiative spearheading research into very near-term solutions to the problem of aging. In the 1990s, Brian helped found the Calorie Restriction Society International, and has been its president for over twenty years. He has published a book on dietary restriction, with Lisa Walford, The Longevity Diet, as well as numerous articles on dietary restriction and life-extension in general. In addition, he is an advisory team member for the Coalition for Radical Life Extension. He is a co-founder of the venture capital company Emergency Longevity Ventures and is on the Industry Advisory Board of Life Extension Advocacy Foundation. He sits on the board of the trans-humanist group, Mind First, and is clinical trials coordinator for the Mind First project RaDVaC (Rapid Deployment Vaccine Collaborative). As a strong proponent of progress and education in regenerative medicine, he frequently speaks to the public at large on age management medicine and research.

Liz Parrish, MBA, from Washington

Gene therapies, the latest developments

The Founder and CEO of BioViva, a company committed to extending healthy lifespans using cell technologies. Liz is a humanitarian, entrepreneur, innovator, podcaster, and a leading voice for genetic cures.  As a strong proponent of progress and education for the advancement of regenerative medicine modalities, she serves as a motivational speaker to the public at large for the life sciences. She is actively involved in international educational media outreach.

Abdul Slocum, M.D., from Türkiye

Multi-disciplinary approaches to cancer

Dr. Abdul Kadir Slocum M.D. is originally from the United States but grew up in Turkey and completed his medical training at Marmara University, Istanbul. He is an oncologist dedicated to improving his patients’ outcomes with innovative treatment modalities and integrative therapeutic approaches. Drawing on his many years’ experience, he combines evidence-based complementary and metabolic therapies with conventional cancer treatments for optimal patient outcomes.

Dr. Slocum believes in treating the whole person, addressing not only the physical aspects of cancer but also the emotional, psychological, and spiritual dimensions. He recognizes that a cancer diagnosis can have a profound impact on a patient’s overall health and quality of life, and he provides comprehensive care that supports the body, mind, and spirit.

In his practice, Dr. Slocum integrates complementary and metabolic therapies such as hyperthermia, hyperbaric oxygen therapy, ozone therapy, repurposed drugs, ketogenic diet and other metabolic therapies into personalized treatment plans and keeps up to date with the latest research to deliver the latest evidence-based practice. He values transparent communication with his patients and involves them in shared decision-making, empowering them throughout their journeys.

Beyond his clinical work, Dr. Slocum contributes to research and community outreach, raising awareness and increasing education about integrative oncology and metabolic cancer treatment. With his commitment to patient-centered care and the integration of conventional cancer treatment with science-based complementary and metabolic therapies, Dr. Slocum continually strives to improve his patients’ well-being and treatment outcomes.

Elena Seranova, Ph.D. from the UAE

Maximizing healthspan with NAD+ brain and cellular optimisation

Dr. Elena Seranova is an interdisciplinary scientist and a serial entrepreneur. She is the founder of NMN Bio, an anti-ageing supplement company. Dr. Seranova was fortunate enough to find her life’s purpose in her early twenties. She’s been on a mission to transform the way we approach and optimise human health ever since. She is a published author in peer-reviewed scientific journals such as Cell Reports, Developmental Cell, and the Journal of Molecular Biology. She holds a Ph.D. in Stem Cell Biology and Autophagy from the University of Birmingham, UK. Her interests include NAD+ metabolism, autophagy, healthspan optimisation, intermittent fasting, and insulin sensitivity.

Professor Deby Vinski, MSC, Ph.D.

Graduated from Fakultas Kedokteran Sam Ratulangi Manado, Unika Atmajaya and continued her studies overseas. Prof. Dr. Deby is the first doctor in Indonesia to take an Antiaging Medicine Specialization in Paris, France. Master of Preventive & Antiaging Medicine, Dresden International University, Germany. Has a PhD on Stem cell and Peptides from Saint Petersburg, Institute Bioregulator & Gerontology, Saint Petersburg Russia.

Awarded as Professor of Antiaging Medicine at The EFHRE International University, Barcelona, Spain. Dubbed as “The Queen of Antiaging & Stem Cell”, Owner of Vinski Group, Owner of Celltech Stem Cell Centre Laboratory and Banking, Vinski Tower- Jakarta, President of World Council of Preventive Medicine (WOCPM) in Paris with 74 countries, President of World Council of Stem Cell (WOCS) in Geneva, Switzerland with 50 countries.

She is the Honorary Consul of the Republic of Moldova for Indonesia. Author of several books: including Perfect Beauty Antiaging & The Power of a Man and has published International scientific papers including Mesenchymal Stem Cell Therapy for Prader-Willi Syndrome, Mesenchymal Umbilical Cord Stem Cells Treatment for Autis, Breakthrough Stem Cells Therapy For Children With Autism, Umbilical Cord Stem Cell Stem Cell Therapy For Rare Genetic Disease, Neuroprotective effect of EDR peptide in mouse model of Huntington’s disease, Peptide Bioregulators, and Stem Cells,  Therapeutic of Mesenchymal Stem Cells in Diabetes.

Her awards include: Kartini Award as pioneer of antiaging medicine by Mrs. Ani Yudhoyono, BID International Gold Star for Quality Award Geneva, Switzerland, BID International Platinum Star for Leadership Award in Paris, France,  Socrates Award, Oxford, UK, Awarded as Professor of Antiaging Medicine at The EFHRE International University, Barcelona, Spain (2018), Awarded as Honorary Professor of the Academic Union Oxford in the field of business and management, Oxford, UK (2021), Awarded “GLOBAL WOMEN EMPOWERMENT ICONS 2023″ in “Exceptional Women in Stem Cell Industry” Singapore 2023.

Meleni Aldridge, BSc, from the UK

Brain inflammation: quench the fire and regenerate

Meleni Aldridge has been immersed in the field of natural and integrative medicine for over 30 years. She is a practicing clinical psychoneuroimmunologist, functional medicine practitioner, certified Metabolic Balance coach and DNALife Practitioner. For 11 years, before joining the Alliance for Natural Health International, Meleni lectured at St Mary’s University College, Middlesex on the Sport Rehabilitation BSc programme. In July 2005, she joined the ANH. In her role as executive coordinator, in which she remains today, she works closely with Dr Robert Verkerk, the founder, executive and scientific director in their combined mission to positively shape the scientific and regulatory environment required to facilitate the future development of natural, sustainable, and regenerative health care.

Meleni combines broad knowledge of the natural and integrative health sector with a deep understanding of the regulatory framework in the UK and Europe. Meleni is not only an experienced nutrition and lifestyle practitioner with over 30 years of experience; she has also triumphed over her own autoimmune thyroid journey. Her passion for the power of nutrition and lifestyle interventions to ignite the body’s miraculous self-healing pathways is a major driver behind all her professional endeavours. Meleni is also the editor and co-author of RESET EATING — guidance for resetting health and resilience by turning what and how you eat into powerful medicine — published in 2022.

Bill Lawrence, Ph.D. from Georgia

Forever young: the peptide longevity program

Dr. Lawrence is an American biogerontologist with a Jurisprudence Degree (UCLA-Law), an MS in Psychology, and a Ph.D. in Nutritional Science. For three decades, his focus has been human longevity research and interventions for optimal life and healthspan.

Dr. Lawrence has been affiliated with the St. Petersburg Institute of Bioregulation and Gerontology (Russia) since 2015. He is the administrator of two Russian and American longevity clinical studies: Telomerase activation and DNA/Methylation modification. These studies use Peptide Bioregulators, developed by Prof. Vladimir Khavinson, Director of the St. Petersburg Institute, for human organ regeneration, mortality reduction, and reversing human biological aging.

Based on positive clinical study results, Dr. Lawrence developed the Peptide Longevity Program, which reverses human biological aging biomarkers, regenerating human organs and systems and potentially significantly reducing human mortality. His presentation today will include the scientific data and evidence supporting the Peptide Longevity Program.

Dr. Lawrence is chronologically 77. His average telomere length, or “cellular age,” is equivalent to a 23-year-old. His present “Epigenetic Age” measured by the Horvath Epigenetic Clock (DNA/Methylation) is associated with a fifty percent reduction of all-cause mortality risk compared to his same-age peers. 


Is there more to menopause than bioidentical hormones?

Dr Denning trained at University College Hospital. London and did her Postgraduate training in London, Oxford and Vancouver, Canada. She spent 6 years working as a GP in Vancouver and it was here that she first started helping women with the Menopause.

Dr Denning has had a lifelong passion and undertaken considerable training in Integrated and Functional Medicine. She has worked as a Private GP, practicing Integrated Medicine at The Integrated Medical Clinic for 8 years and then went on to do the same in her own Clinic called The Health Doctors – 18 years ago.

In 2006 she was a Co Presenter of the Successful Channel 5 TV Series – “The Diet Doctors Inside and Out” and wrote a Sunday Times best-seller book to accompany this. Since then, she has been featured regularly in the press, written her own column for 18 months and appeared on TV and on Radio. Over the years she has lectured to doctors and nutritionists on a wide range of medical topics, but these days is best known for lecturing on the Menopause and Hormone Issues.

Robert T.H.K, Trossel, M.D.

Epigenetic signaling and telomere length.

Dr. Trossel originally trained in orthopaedics and sports medicine, after graduating at Leiden University in 1980, but got very interested early on in live cell therapy, neural therapy, heavy-metal chelation, TCM, ozone and other oxidative and detox therapies, anti-ageing, stem cell signalling and epigenetics.

He has set up successful medical centres in Holland, Spain, UK and the Dutch Antilles (St. Martin) The driving principal behind these clinics for chronic, degenerative and ageing conditions, was always causal diagnostics. Eliminating long term causes, (toxins, chronic focal infections, viral, bacterial/ fungal loads, environmental and hereditary factors) opening the road to spontaneous self-healing and regeneration, assisted by regenerating and rejuvenating therapies. The topic for today’s talk is Genos Institute’s fibro-cell and Immuno-Plus therapy, using the patented RM31 regulating molecule and its amazing epigenetic effects on our telomeres, our cell function and our lives.

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Subjects to include:

  • Treating and preventing skin cancers
  • Organ regeneration via peptide bioregulators
  • Improving stem-cell activity
  • Gene therapies
  • The benefits of fasting
  • Reversing grey hair
  • How to use bioidentical hormones
  • Enhancing NAD
  • Improving autophagy and removing dead cells (senescence)
  • mTOR and rapamycin
  • Multi-disciplinary approaches to cancer
  • Tackling long-term CV19
  • Reducing the free radical load
  • Dealing with brain inflammation
  • Discovering the right food/ nutrition
  • Other promising peptides, including GHRPs
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