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Marios Kyriazis

I am a biomedical gerontologist, anti-ageing physician in clinical practice, and theorist in extreme human lifespans. My expertise includes any scientific aspects of ageing and longevity, and I have a portfolio of nearly 1000 articles, lectures and interviews on healthy ageing. I am a Research Scholar at the Ronin Institute, Member of the Complex Biological Systems Alliance, and Affiliate Researcher at the Evolution Complexity and Cognition Group, University of Brussels. You may have seen my posts on any matter (clinical, biological or scientific) relating to longevity, ageing, clinical age-related disease and geriatric medicine, as well as on other related matters such as human evolution, network theories, systems biology, complex adaptive systems and third phase science. Hopefully, I will be able to share some of my thoughts, as well as cutting-edge developments in these areas in this blog.

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