Friday, December 7th | Main Reading Room - 7:00pm
Wine reception at 6:30pm for registered guests.
Research into human aging and longevity has revealed exciting insights. From genetics and genomics to sleep and circadian rhythms to diet and exercise, such discoveries have the potential to improve people's health and well-being. Dr. Tranah discusses what this means for healthspan and lifespan and where the future of aging research is headed.
Gregory J. Tranah, PhD is Director of Precision Medicine at Sutter Health and Professor of Epidemiology at UCSF. His research focuses on identifying inherited and acquired genetic factors that impact aging and disease. He directs a Precision Medicine Center dedicated to the discovery and clinical implementation of predictors of disease progression and treatment for Sutter Health.
Adults and high school students only.
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