When cutting edge biomedical research meets state-of-the-art big data technologies, the extraordinary seems possible. At the forefront of scientific innovation is the recognition that the diseases of ageing are not inevitable facts of life; instead they are biological challenges with real solutions. It is widely recognised that prevention is better than a cure – this event is an endorsement of that idea.

This event brings together leading lights from artificial intelligence, biomedical science and regenerative medicine for an evening of talks and discussion in Oxford with the ambition of accelerating research in preventive medicine.

The event is free to attend, but places are limited. Please register here.

Sponsored by: Deep Knowledge Ventures, and InSilico Medicine, Inc

Organised by: Biogerontology Research Foundation, and Oxford Biotech

Kindly hosted by: Saïd Business School and Oxford University Scientific Society


Richard Barker (Director, CASMI, Oxford and UCL)

Kazem Rahimi (Associate Director, The George Institute for Global Health)

Olga Kovalchuk (Research Chair, The Canadian Institute of Health Research)

Dmitry Kaminskiy (VC, Deep Knowledge Ventures)

Anders Sandberg (Researcher, Future of Humanity Institute, University of Oxford)

Thomas Wilckens (CEO, InnVentis)

Maneesh Juneja (MJ Analytics) 

Morten Middelfart (CIO, Genomic Expression Inc.)

Stephen Johnston (Co-founder, Aging 2.0)

Steven Gardner (CEO, Row Analytics)


With support from our friends: Oxford Transhumanism and Emerging Technologies, Synox, Heales: Healthy life extension society, International Longevity Alliance, Future of Humanity Institute (Oxford University), British Science Association Oxfordshire Branch, Aging Analytics Agency, SENS Foundation, InSilico Medicine, British Institute of Posthuman Studies, The Human Memome Project and London Futurists


For details, link here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/big-data-science-in-medicine-accelerating-preventive-medicine-tickets-14262679057

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