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CHRISTINE PETERSON

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Cellular Rejuvenation for Longevity
Daniel Ives on cellular rejuvenation
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About the Scientist

Daniel is making drugs for cellular rejuvenation in humans through the application of machine-learning 'driver' clocks to cellular reprogramming. His company Shift Bioscience was founded to commercialize mitochondrial drugs for age linked diseases, quickly embracing a breakthrough ageing biomarker - DNA methylation or epigenetic ageing clocks. These clocks clarified the role of mitochondrial DNA mutations in physiological ageing and pivoted Shift to a first-principles approach to drug-target discovery for rejuvenation.

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The artist Drew Berry is encapsulating the beauty of cell regeneration and longevity. Supporting the research of the scientist Daniel Ives. Wouldn't it be amazing to see a time when a fair society is built? When terminal diseases be cured? When humanity is a multi-planetary species? Drew Berry is a biomedical animator who creates beautiful, accurate visualisations of the dramatic cellular and molecular action that is going on inside our bodies. Beginning his career as a cell biologist, his raw materials are technical reports, research data and models from scientific journals. As an artist he works as a translator, from abstract and complicated scientific concepts into vivid and meaningful visual journeys. Since 1995 he has been a biomedical animator at the Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research, Australia. His animations have exhibited at venues such as the Guggenheim Museum, Museum of Modern Art, the Royal Institute of Great Britain and the University of Geneva. In 2010 he received a MacArthur Fellowship “Genius Grant".