Welcome to the
Reverse Inflammaging Summit

Body and Mind Longevity Medicine

You’ll hear from 40+ top doctors, researchers, New York Times bestselling authors and more to show you exactly how to harness the power of energy to create the happiest, healthiest and most abundant life you’ve always deserved.

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The Summit is online and FREE from April 25 – May 2, 2023.

The Summit is online and FREE from April 25 – May 2, 2023. When you register for free today, you’re also getting instant FREE access to several registration bonuses as a gift from our Summit speakers. 

Meet Your Speakers

Mark Hyman, MD
Young Forever: the Emerging Sciences of Longevity
  • The Hallmarks of Aging
  • Biological vs. Chronological Age
    Hormesis
  • The Root Causes of the Hallmarks of Aging
Joe Dispenza, DC
COMING SOON

COMING SOON

Nir Barzalai, MD
Inflammaging and Longevity
  • Inflammatory proteins are biomarkers for aging
  • Gerothrapeutics can change inflammatory biomarkers.
  • Infllamaging is a hallmark of aging that should be targeted
Christopher M. Palmer, MD
COMING SOON

COMING SOON

Gordan Lauc, PhD
COMING SOON

COMING SOON

Tina Woods, MBA
A Vision For Quantum Healthy Longevity
  • We need a Global Innovation Mission for ‘Quantum Healthy Longevity’ to solve two global mega challenges for humanity – healthy people and healthy planet
  • The pandemic has shocked us with the realisation that health truly means wealth
  • We can harness developments in longevity science and data innovation to capture deep insights from genetics, biological, behavioural, environmental and financial data
Sandra Kaufmann, MD
The Kaufmann Protocol
  • The Seven tenets of cellular Aging
  • The Kaufmann rating Program
  • How to create a personalized longevity Protocol
Elizabeth (Liz) Parrish, MBA
Gene Therapy to Treat Biological Aging
  • Aging is a disease
  • Gene therapy to treat aging
  • CMV gene therapy
  • Our paper on gene therapy
Matt Kaeberlein, PhD
COMING SOON

COMING SOON

Tim Peterson, PhD
The Science & Economics Of Infectious Disease And Aging
  • Infectious disease is an underappreciated aspect of longevity
  • Aging is a multi-hit disease
  • New funding mechanisms such as VitaDAO can help
Kara Fitzgerald, ND, IFMCP
COMING SOON

COMING SOON

Rakesh M. Suri, MD
COMING SOON

COMING SOON

Joel Kahn, MD, FACC
Inflammation and Heart Disease
  • Inflammation is a root cause of heart disease
  • Inflammation requires a deep dive to identify a cause
  • Lab and imaging studies are needed in heart disease evaluate the consequences of inflammation
  • Inflammation can be reversed with intensive lifestyle measures
    Heart disease is reversible with intensive lifestyle measures.
Dale Bredesen, MD
Why Alzheimer's Is Becoming Optional
  • Our recent successful clinical trial, published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, showing improvement in cognition (not just slowing of decline) in 84% of patients with Alzheimer's or pre-Alzheimer's.
  • A new model of Alzheimer's disease, which suggests a novel approach to treatment.
  • Why the monotherapeutic approaches to Alzheimer's have failed, and continue to fail.
  • Subtypes of Alzheimer's disease.
  • How the precision medicine approach that we have used successfully in Alzheimer's can be adapted to other neurodegenerative diseases along with initial data showing success.
Joseph Mercola, DO
Inflammation and Heart Disease
  • Inflammation is a root cause of heart disease
  • Inflammation requires a deep dive to identify a cause
  • Lab and imaging studies are needed in heart disease evaluate the consequences of inflammation
  • Inflammation can be reversed with intensive lifestyle measures
  • Heart disease is reversible with intensive lifestyle measures.
Bruce H. Lipton, PhD
The Biology of Belief

COMING SOON

Aubrey de Grey, PhD
Rejuvenation biotechnology: how will it address inflammaging?
  • Inflammaging is the maladaptive, misdirected activation of a normally desirable process
  • Indiscriminate dampening of inflammation is therefore a very imperfect a solution
  • The best solution is to remove the inappropriate target: amyloid, oxidised cholesterol, etc.
Kamyar M. Hedayat, MD
Screening and Preventing Alzheimer's Dementia with functional lab testing
  • Pre-Alzheimer's dementia can be identified and treated before dementia sets in
  • Functional lab testing can identify the major factors that lead to dementia: inflammation. amyloid plaques and feelings of loneliness
  • Lunctional lab testing can identify personalized treatments to reverse the trends before dementia sets in
  • Because there are different reasons for Alzheimer's dementia, the specific supports need to be identified for each person. A one-size fits all will not work
  • Treatment options include supplements, hormone balancing and specific diet and lifestyle approaches
Megan Ramos
COMING SOON

COMING SOON

Sajad Zalsala, MD
COMING SOON

COMING SOON

William Pawluk, MD, MSc
How pulsed electromagnetic fields [PEMFs] reduce slow aging.

COMING SOON

Kashif Khan
COMING SOON

COMING SOON

Philip Ovadia, MD
COMING SOON

COMING SOON

Rakesh M. Suri, MD
COMING SOON

COMING SOON

Lori Shemek PhD CNC
COMING SOON

COMING SOON

Irina Conboy PhD
Reversing Biological Age
  • Our recent studies establish the self-sufficiency of the positive effects of plasma dilution, in the absence of young blood or its factors, for stable rejuvenation of humoral and cellular blood compartments in people and for improving the health of muscle, liver, and brain in animal models.
  • Our results support the hypothesis that, similarly to mice, human aging is driven by age-imposed systemic molecular excess, the attenuation of which reverses biological age, defined in our work as a deregulation (noise) of 10 novel protein biomarkers.
  • The results on biological age are strongly supported by the data that rounds of therapeutic plasma exchange (TPE) promote a global shift to a younger systemic proteome, including youthfully restored pro-regenerative, anti-cancer and apoptotic regulators, and a youthful profile of myeloid/lymphoid markers in circulating cells, which have reduced cellular senescence and lower DNA damage.Mechanistically, the circulatory regulators of the JAK-STAT, MAPK, TGF-beta, NF-κB and Toll-receptor signaling pathways become more youthfully balanced through normalization of TLR-4, which we define as a nodal point of this molecular rejuvenation.
Dr. Austin Perlmutter
Neuroinflammation: What it is, how it happens and what to do about it
  • What is neuroinflammation
  • How do we gauge/measure/know if there's inflammation in the brain?
  • How inflammation gets from the periphery to the brain esp. gut brain connection
    5 major lifestyle variables linked to neuroinflammation
  • Lifestyle interventions to help lower inflammation
James Strole
Immortality Is In Us
  • Immortal germ line and the spirit of immortality
  • Overcoming the trauma of death
  • Most promising age-reversal modalities and therapies
  • A future without death –going beyond survival into a world of creativity
  • The power of togetherness to advance super longevity

Robert Lufkin MD

Meet Your Hosts

Robert Lufkin, MD has served as Full Professor at both the UCLA David Geffen School of Medicine and the USC Keck School of Medicine. In addition to being a practicing physician, he is author of over 200 peer reviewed scientific papers, 32 book chapters and 14 books that are available in six languages. He studied computer science at Brown University and completed his medical degree at the University of Virginia School of Medicine. His honors include serving as President of the Society of Magnetic Resonance Imaging, President of the American Society of Head and Neck Radiology, and numerous other professional affiliations. Among his many inventions including several patents in artificial intelligence, he developed an MR-compatible biopsy needle which is used worldwide today as the “Lufkin Needle.” He has also founded and/or invested in numerous technology companies.

He is currently a Clinical Professor of Radiology, at the USC Keck School of Medicine with an academic focus on the applied science of longevity. He is also Chief of Metabolic Imaging at a large medical network in southern California. Robert has given invited lectures/keynotes around the world, and was named one of the ‘100 Most Creative People in Los Angeles’ by Buzz Magazine. His latest book “Lies I Taught In Medical School” has just been published.

Dr. Stephen Sideroff

Meet Your Hosts

Dr. Stephen Sideroff is an internationally recognized psychologist, executive and medical consultant and expert in resilience, optimal performance, addiction, neurofeedback, leadership, and mental health.  He has published pioneering research in these fields. He is a professor at UCLA in the Department of Psychiatry & Biobehavioral Sciences and Department of Rheumatology, and director of the Wallenberg Institute of Ethics. He was the founder & former Clinical Director of the Stress Strategies program of UCLA/Santa Monica Hospital and former Clinical Director of Moonview Treatment and Optimal Performance Center. 

His research explores the impact of his model of resilience on longevity. His recent book, “The Path: Mastering the 9 Pillars of Resilience and Success” has been hailed as a true bible for living in balance and spirituality. His new book, “The Resilience Response” will be published in November, 2022. Participants of Dr. Sideroff’s workshops have said that the experience was “life-changing”.

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