About the speakers:
Sir Christopher Ball, Academic, Poet and Former Warden of the University of Oxford’s Keble College
Sir Christopher Ball has been a university teacher, Warden of the University of Oxford’s Keble College, Chancellor of the University of Derby; consultant and advisor on human learning and educational provision, a fundraiser for numerous charities, marathon runner (founder of the Lakeland ‘10 in 10 Challenge’), and poet (as John Elinger, his alter ego). He also Co-Founded the Oxford Longevity Project.
Professor Denis Noble, Systems Biologist & Emeritus Professor of Physiology at the University of Oxford
Professor Denis Noble is a British biologist who held the Burdon Sanderson Chair of Cardiovascular Physiology at the University of Oxford from 1984 to 2004 and was appointed Professor Emeritus and Co-Director of Computational Physiology. The recipient of many distinguished academic awards and distinctions, he developed the first mathematical model of cardiac cells in 1960 and is a pioneer in systems biology. He is also a Co-Founder of the Oxford Longevity Project.
Dr Richard Siow, Director of Ageing Research at King’s College London (ARK) and Senior Visiting Lecturer in Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics (DPAG) at the University of Oxford
Dr Richard Siowectured at King’s College London before becoming its Director of Ageing Research via ARK: a cross-university consortium of researchers taking a multidisciplinary approach to understanding the mechanisms of ageing better, improving healthspan and the social and economic impact of ageing. He is also a Senior Visiting Lecturer at the University of Oxford’s Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics.
Dr Tamsin Lewis, 2014 Ironman Champion and Longevity Doctor
With a background in Neuroscience, the biology of ageing and sports medicine – and experience on the athletic front line as a former GB elite triathlete and Ironman Triathlon Champion – Dr Tamsin Lewis practices functional and integrative medicine with a special interest in bio-similar hormone therapies, bio-modulators/peptides and strategic, research-backed exercise, techniques and supplements.
Dr Michael Stein, Immunologist from the University of Oxford and CEO of Added Health
Dr Michael Stein graduated from the University of Oxford with a PhD in Immunology and lectured on Immunology and Pathology there. After the tragic and unexpected death of a friend and colleague, Dr Stein wanted to help individuals take control of their health through preventative, lifestyle medicine. As a result, he founded Added Health, a personalised health coaching service that takes a holistic, preventative approach to individuals’ health.
Dr Olivia Ly Lesslar, Psychoneuroimmunologist and Celebrity Anti-Ageing Doctor
Dr Olivia Ly Lesslar is a well-known integrative doctor for high-profile clients practising functional and longevity medicine in Sydney, Los Angeles, and London. She has expertise in psychoneuroimmunology and takes a holistic approach to complex conditions like neurodegeneration and cancer. She focuses particularly on biohacking, prevention and the key four pillars of well-being: movement, nutrition, sleep and mindset.
Dr Paul Ch’en, GP Partner and College Doctor for the University of Oxford’s Keble and Somerville Colleges
Dr Paul Ch’en is a practising physician and college doctor at the University of Oxford’s Keble and Somerville Colleges and graduated from the University of Oxford. He is also a Co-Founder of the Oxford Longevity Project. He enjoys all aspects of general practice and has a particular interest in the early diagnosis of cancer, lifestyle medicine and mental health. As a former cancer immunologist, he is also developing a holistic cancer care management method for cancer patients.
Leslie Kenny, Autoimmune Disease Survivor/Thriver, Co-Founder of the Oxford Longevity Project and Founder/CEO of Oxford Healthspan
Leslie Kenny is a Berkeley and Harvard graduate and founder/CEO of the anti-ageing supplement brand, Oxford Healthspan. She also Co-Founded the Oxford Longevity Project. With a background in health coaching (Institute for Integrative Nutrition, NYC) and experience reversing her own autoimmune disease, she wanted to bring ground-breaking, longevity-promoting molecules to the fore with Oxford Healthspan.
Keble College has confirmed that they are provisionally holding the following bedrooms at the College, for any guests wishing to remain overnight:
- 30 x bedrooms on the 8 July – note: the College is fully booked on 7 July
- Costs for the rooms are 5 x single en-suite £79 +VAT and 25 x double en-suite £119 + VAT
Those interested should visit the Keble College B&B link.