Personal Longevity Group

 

Foresight’s Patron Personal Longevity Group is a private group open to Foresight members who contribute at the Patron ($5K+) level annually.

This group explores which treatments and practices are currently available to slow — and eventually reverse — our personal aging. Virtual meetings are held twice a month for one hour, and access to an ongoing conversation on a private Discord channel is always available. 

The group is hosted by Alexander Fedintsev and Christine Peterson.

Topics are selected based on the group’s interest level and expert availability. Topics being considered: senolytics, stem cell transplants, muscle aging, thymus regeneration, microbiome, mitochondrial drugs, neurogenesis upregulation, exosomes, nootropics, medical tourism, therapeutic plasma exchange, Yamanaka factors, inflammaging modulators, Klotho, Vitamin D, microbiota transplants, atherosclerosis, gene therapy, deprenyl, hormone replacement therapy, skin aging, peptides, fasting, continuous glucose monitoring, HBOT, biomarkers/aging clocks, sleep, cancer, telomeres, spermidine, statins, antifibrotic agents, flagellin, oxytocin, NAD optimization, lipids, antioxidants, mitophagy, rapamycin, melatonin, Rejuvant, collagen, nutrition/diets, metformin, genomics, cross-link breakers, PEMF, biobanking, GDF-11/15, etc.

To make the best use of members’ time, we use a compressed format: 20 minutes individual reports on personal experimentation, group projects such as discounted purchase of services, and decisions on future topics; 20 minutes presentation by a member or external expert; 20 minutes discussion. Optional discussion of the topic then continues in our Discord channel for those wishing to explore further.

All conversations in this group are confidential and off the record. To join, donate here and then send a request to [email protected].

Alexander Fedinstev is a biogerontologist and an expert in machine learning. His scientific background lies in the field of computational biology, statistics, and machine learning.He is co-founder of the Radical Life Extension biohacking group. Alexander worked in the Institute of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy as a bioinformatician. He also collaborated with professor Alexey Moskalev’s lab on aging research.

Christine Peterson is Co-founder and former President of Foresight Institute. She lectures and writes about nanotechnology, AI, and longevity. Christine leads Foresight’s technical workshops and Feynman Prizes in Nanotechnology. She is co-author of Unbounding the Future: the Nanotechnology Revolution (Morrow, also free online) and Leaping the Abyss: Putting Group Genius to Work (knOwhere Press, also free online).