LONGEVITY AND INNOVATION SPEAKER SERIES
The Stanford Center on Longevity and the Distinguished Careers Institute are sponsoring a new Longevity and Innovation Speaker Series. As humans are living longer, we must consider how to utilize scientific discoveries, technological advances, behavioral practices, and social norms to make century-long lives healthy and rewarding. This new Speaker Series is designed to promote innovations for the new longevity, with thought leaders and entrepreneurs speaking to a broad cross section of the Stanford Community including the Distinguished Careers Institute Fellows, GSB students, graduate students at the medical school and computer science, and faculty affiliates.
Three speakers have been announced for Spring 2017:
March 8 | 12-1:30 pm
Dr. Ryan Van Wert, Co-Founder Vynca, and former Stanford Biodesign Fellow.
Littlefield Center, Room 341 Directions
April 12 | 12-1:30 pm
Dr. Ken Dychtwald, Founder and CEO Age Wave. The Longevity Economy: Tomorrow’s Biggest Market Opportunities are Hiding in Plain Sight.
Landau Building, Lucas Conference Center, Room A Directions
May 2 | 12-1:30 pm
Seth Sternberg, Co-Founder Honor
Landau Building, Lucas Conference Center, Room B Directions
All events are open to the Stanford Community.
For more information, please contact Susan Golden at firstname.lastname@example.org.