David Sinclair

David Sinclair

David Sinclair is a professor of genetics, Harvard Medical School, co-joint professor at the University of New South Wales and author of New York Times bestselling book Lifespan (Thorsons, 2019). He has been included on TIME magazine’s list of the hundred most influential people in the world, and the top fifty people in healthcare. He was one of Australia’s leading scientists under forty-five, awarded the Australian Society for Medical Research Medal, and in 2018 became an Officer of the Order of Australia for his work in medicine, education and national security. His disclosures are at genetics.med.harvard.edu/sinclair/


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Essay THE BIOLOGICAL BASIS of ageing can be traced to its beginning four billion years ago in a gene circuit in the first life forms that provided a survival advantage by turning off cellular reproduction while DNA was being repaired....

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