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Cellular senescence: role in cancer and aging

June 2, 2022
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40
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Advance your career in longevity, the fastest growing trend in healthcare, and learn more about one of the most important topics in longevity - senescence.

Participate in a webinar held by Eleanor Sheekey, a biochemist and Ph.D. student researching cellular senescence. Eleanor is also a science communicator and the sole creator of the YouTube channel “The Sheekey Science Show”. 

The webinar is moderated by HealthyLongevity.guide scientific content writers Olena Mokshyna, Ph.D. and Ehab Naim, MBA.

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Eleanor Sheekey

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Eleanor is a current PhD student having graduated with a first-class BA and MSci in Biochemistry. Her research work focuses on cellular senescence and the involvement of p53. In addition to her academic research, Eleanor is a keen science communicator and has been the sole creator for the YouTube channel “The Sheekey Science Show” for more than 2 years. The show has now accumulated an audience surpassing 25K. Eleanor's role combines her enthusiasm for graphic design and learning about the latest trends and developments in longevity, skills which she brings to HealthyLongevity.guide.

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Eleanor Sheekey

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Ehab Naim, MBA.

Researcher & Medical Writer

Ehab is a passionate Medical Writer with 5+ years of experience in the field of Medical Communications in the EMEA region and North America. His experience extends to working with the top 30 international pharmaceutical companies, where he provided support within the Medical and Marketing domains of these firms. Ehab has accumulated experience in 120+ pharmaceutical products across 14 different therapeutic areas. He is passionate about advancing his knowledge and is always keen to develop his skills. He now contributes to Healthy Longevity Guide as part of the Content Management team.

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Ehab Naim, MBA.

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Olena Mokshyna, PhD.

Researcher & Content Curator

Olena is a computational chemist with 7+ years of research experience, an avid problem solver, and a scientific communication enthusiast. She has previously worked in research institutes across Europe on a variety of topics ranging from the design of novel electrolytes to the exploration of protein-protein interactions and drug design. Keen on facilitating communication between fields through scientific writing Olena is responsible for crunching the latest scientific research on longevity and distilling it into the content at HealthyLongevity.guide.

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Olena Mokshyna, PhD.

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Webinar topics & What you will learn

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What is cellular senescence?

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How does senescence influence cancer and aging?

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Senolytics as a tool to fight senescence - current clinical trials

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June 2, 2022
9:00 am
PT (6 PM CET)
40
MIN
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