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Aging2.0 | New York

Aging2.0

Wednesday, May 30, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:45 PM (EDT)

New York, NY

Aging2.0 | New York

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We're pleased to announce our next event on the Aging2.0 NYC roster - the Aging2.0 NYC Meetup, together with our inaugural Summer Cocktail Party, to be held on Wednesday May 30th, at The Hallmark. Cocktails kick off at 6pm, talks will run from 7-8:45 (ish). 

THE VENUE: The Hallmark

The Hallmark, Battery Park City is the flagship location of the largest senior living housing provider in the US - Brookdale (@BrookdaleLiving). They're fans of innovation, and of what we're doing here, and have graciously offered to host our meetup, and will ensure a lively conversation by throwing us a Summer Cocktail Party, on their lovely terrace at 6pm (or inside if it's wet). After a glass or three (I warned them that we're a thirsty lot), we'll head downstairs to the meeting room for the talks and more networking from 7, until they kick us out.

The Hallmark is located at 455 North End Ave, New York , NY 10282 and is a short walk west from Chambers St subway (see map).

THE SPEAKERS

We've already got a great line up of smart, connected innovators who are passionate about this space.

Steve Dean, Partner, Prehype

Steven Dean leads the NY chapter of Quantified Self and is a partner at Prehype, a product innovation studio that incubates new digital companies on behalf of corporations and VCs. Steve and I have chatted often about the opportunities in the senior market, and Steve already actively uses his mother a a petri dish for new ideas. With a broad entrepreneurial, design and product development background, he has designed and built new ventures, products and services for some of the most innovative consumer health and wellness brands. Steven lectures on the topics of behavior change, quantified self, health innovation and service design and has taught at NYU ITP, Parsons and the Rhode Island School of Design. Steve can be reached at sgdean@g51studio.com and @sgdean.

Tal Ziv, Founder & CEO, Silver Living

Tal Ziv is the CEO and co-founder of Silver Living, a new NYC-based startup that helps people find the best assisted living options using great photos, pricing, and unique research that is not available anywhere else. Before forming Silver Living, Tal was SVP at solar technology startup Sopogy, and prior to that worked on M&A and corporate venture capital at General Electric. Tal was a Major in the US Air Force, has a computer science degree from Cornell and an MBA from the University of Hawaii. Tal can be reached at feedback@silverliving.com and @talziv.

Ryan Frederik, Principal, Point Forward Solutions

Ryan Frederick is the founder and Principal of Point Forward Solutions, a strategic consulting and financial advisory firm dedicated to Seniors Housing & Care and related Health Care Services industries. Prior to founding Point Forward Solutions, Ryan was Senior Vice President at Erickson Living and from 2005 to 2010, he was a Principal at CoastWood Senior Housing Partners, a specialized real estate investment management firm that focuses on equity and equity-related investments in real estate and operating companies in Seniors Housing.  Ryan holds a BSE degree in Electrical Engineering from Princeton University and an MBA from the Stanford Graduate School of Business. Ryan can be reached at rfrederick@pointforwardsol.com and @ryanefrederick.

Gil Blander, Founder, President, and Chief Scientific Officer, Segterra

Dr. Blander received his BSc in Biology with Honors from Tel-Aviv University in 1995 and his Ph.D. in Biology from the Weizmann Institute of Science in 2002. As a graduate student he research the effect of the werner's syndrome protein, on a premature aging of human cells.  Upon completion of his graduate work, Dr. Blander was an EMBO and Estee Lauder Post Doctoral Fellow at MIT and Worked at the lab of Lenny Guarente for the study of aging. He focused his research on SIRT1 gene and effect on cellular and organizmal aging as well as effect on skin aging and cancer. In 2007 he accepted a position with Genstruct Inc as R&D team lead and develop a system biology model of Caloric Restriction. In 2009, he joined Intelligent Bio-Systems and has held a number of positions with the company. In 2009, he founded Segterra Inc. Segterra scientific advisors includes physicians, scientists, exercise physiologists, and nutritionists from MIT, Harvard, and Tufts University. Segterra created the InsideTracker service to provides a web-based, personalized path to health, wellness and performance. Segterra’s advisory board includes two leading aging research scientists: Lenny Guarente and David Sinclair. Gil can be reached at contactus@segterra.com and @Inside_Tracker

Looking forward to seeing you there - bring your innovative mindset, passion, and business cards. Contact stephen@aging2.com with any questions.

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The Hallmark Battery Park City
455 North End Avenue
New York, NY 10282

Wednesday, May 30, 2012 from 6:00 PM to 8:45 PM (EDT)


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Aging2.0

Aging2.0 (@Aging20) is a global network of innovators working in the 50+ market. We are creating an interdisciplinary, collaborative community drawn from business, research, policy, design and technology, together with older adults themselves, in order to advance innovation and improve the quality of life.

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