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BGRF to Present Research on Longevity Expectations in the Pension Fund, Insurance, Employee Benefits Industry

by Dr. Trupti Shirole on December 6, 2014 at 4:15 PM
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 BGRF to Present Research on Longevity Expectations in the Pension Fund, Insurance, Employee Benefits Industry

The Biogerontology Research Foundation (BGRF) will present new economic longevity research 'longevity expectations in the pension fund, insurance, and employee benefits industry' at the second Big Data Science in Medicine (BDSM) congress in Oxford on December 8. BGRF a UK-based charity was founded to support ageing research and address the challenges of a rapidly ageing population.

Alex Zhavoronkov, Director of the BGRF and CEO of InSilico Medicine said, "The progress in Big Data Science in Medicine is comparable only to the Internet revolution with thousands of new entrants joining the field every year. We are pleased to present our research at the first and leading continuous conference series at the University of Oxford organized by a group of dedicated professionals bringing together the industry's top thought leaders."


Avi Roy, Founder of the BDSM conferences said, "At the Big Data Science in Medicine conference, we envision how big-data can help us gain key insights into the biological process of aging, and accelerate personalized medicine to bring health and longevity to all. Dr. Zhavoronkov's research highlights the issues with the available therapies for age-related disorders, and paves the way to change the future of medicine."

Source: Medindia


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