About the Author

Ilia Stambler, PhD. Short Biography 

Ilia Stambler, PhD, is Director of Research and Development at Shmuel Harofe Geriatric Medical Center in Beer Yaakov, Israel (Affiliated to Sackler School of Medicine, Tel-Aviv University) and Chief Science Officer of “Vetek” (Seniority) – the Movement for Longevity and Quality of Life (Israel). He received his PhD at the Department of Science, Technology and Society, Bar Ilan University, Israel. His research has focused on the historical and social implications of aging and life extension research. He is also involved in mathematical modeling of aging and aging-related diseases (https://ec.europa.eu/eip/ageing/commitments-tracker/a3/quantified-longevity-guide-qlg_en). He is the author of the books A History of Life-extensionism in the Twentieth Century and Longevity Promotion: Multidisciplinary Perspectives (www.longevityhistory.com).

He is actively involved in advocacy for aging and longevity research (www.longevityforall.org), serving as the chairman of the Israeli Longevity Alliance (http://www.longevityisrael.org/), executive committee member of the International Society on Aging and Disease (http://www.isoad.org/) and International Longevity Alliance (http://www.longevityalliance.org), fellow and policy director at the Global Healthspan Policy Institute (https://healthspanpolicy.org/).

His papers have appeared in Progress in NeurobiologyAging and Disease, Cancer Detection and Prevention, Rejuvenation Research, Current Aging Science, Global Aging, Mechanisms of Ageing and Development, Frontiers in Genetics, Geroscience, Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging, Encyclopedia of Biomedical Gerontology, and other scientific journals and books

Personal sites:

http://www.longevityforall.org/

http://www.longevityhistory.com

http://www.longevityisrael.org/

https://www.linkedin.com/in/ilia-stambler-5099977/

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ilia_Stambler

https://www.facebook.com/ilia.stambler

https://www.instagram.com/iliastambler/

twitter.com/ILAISRLA

Ilia Stambler – CV

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

Personal details:

Surname:              Stambler

First name:           Ilia

Date of birth:        February 20, 1972

Place of birth:       Belz. Moldova

Aliyah:                  December 30, 1990

Marital status:       Single

Home address:    Harashba St. 12/21, Rishon Lezion, Israel

Tel:                       +972-3-961-42-96

Cellular phone:    +972-52-2283-578

Skype:                  iliastam

E-mail:                ilia.stambler@gmail.com

Languages:        English, Hebrew, Russian – full proficiency
Yiddish, French, German – reading proficiency

Education:

2005–2012           PhD, Department of Science, Technology and Society

Faculty of Interdisciplinary Studies. Bar-Ilan University. Israel

Thesis title: A History of Life-Extensionism in the Twentieth Century

1998–2002           MA in English Literature (with a thesis), English Department,
Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Thesis title: Heroism and Heroic Death in Nineteenth Century Literature

1994–1998           BA in English Literature (Cum Laude), English Department,
Bar-Ilan University, Israel

1993–1994           Courses in Biology and Computing, The Open University, Jerusalem, Israel

1991–1993           Studies of Biology, Biology Department, The Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, Haifa, Israel

1989–1990           Studies of Bio-Medical Engineering, The Department of Bio-Medical Devices, The Institute for Instruments Development and Manufacturing, Moscow

1979–1989           High School No. 22, Balashikha, Moscow District (Cum Laude)

Employment:

2019-present      Director of Research and Development. Shmuel Harofe Geriatric Medical Center, Beer Yaakov, Israel, Affiliated to Sackler School of Medicine, Tel-Aviv University.

2016-present       Chief Science Officer. “Vetek” (Seniority) – the Movement for Longevity and Quality of Life (Israel) http://www.longevityisrael.org/

2012-2019           Post-doctoral researcher. Department of Science, Technology and Society, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

2002–2012           Scientific writer, research worker. The Biophysical Interdisciplinary Jerome Schottenstein Center for the Research and Technology of the Cellome, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

2002                     Translating of patents in biotechnology (Russian-English). Information Concepts Inc., Tel-Aviv, Israel

1999–2001           Translating of new immigrants’ Research and Development projects
(Russian-Hebrew-English), The Western Negev Initiative Center (Technological Incubator), Israel

1999–2002           Instructor in the Reading & Writing Laboratory. The Department of English as a Foreign Language, Bar-Ilan University, Israel

Awards:               Bar-Ilan University Excellence Award – 2009

Public activity and membership in international associations:

2014-present       Outreach Coordinator and Executive Committee Member. International Society on Aging and Disease (ISOAD) http://isoad.org/

2013-present       Chair. Israeli Longevity Alliance  http://www.longevityisrael.org/

2019-present       Fellow, Policy Director. Global Healthspan Policy Institute   https://healthspanpolicy.org/

2012–present       Regional Coordinator and Board Member. International Longevity Alliance http://www.longevityalliance.org/;     http://www.longevityforall.org/groups/

2016-present       Coordinator. “Quantified Longevity Guide” – Commitment at the Action Group: A3 Prevention of Functional Decline and Frailty of the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP-AHA) https://ec.europa.eu/eip/ageing/commitments-tracker/a3/quantified-longevity-guide-qlg_en

2010–present       Affiliate Scholar. The Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies http://ieet.org/index.php/IEET/bio/stambler/

2014-present       Coordinator. Longevity for All http://www.longevityforall.org/

2005–present       Coordinator. Israeli Chapter of Humanity Plus (formerly World Transhumanist Association) http://humanityplus.org/get-involved-2/chapters-of-humanity/  Blog http://www.singulariut.com/

2012–present       Member of the Biotech/Medical Board and Life Extension Board. The Lifeboat Foundation http://lifeboat.com/ex/bios.ilia.stambler

2014-present       Regional coordinator. Longecity http://www.longecity.org/forum/forum/321-regional-forums/

2012- present.    Co-author and promoter of the “Law Proposal for the Establishment of the National Advisory Committee for the Promotion of Longevity and Quality of Life for the Elderly Population” in Israel: http://www.longevityisrael.org/longevity-bill/  

2018-present       Co-author and promoter of the section “Research, Development and Education for the Promotion of Healthy Longevity and Prevention of Aging-related Diseases” of the Israel National Masterplan on Aging, Knesset, 2019. https://main.knesset.gov.il/activity/committees/labor/Pages/CommitteeReports.aspx

2017-2018           Promoter of the inclusion of healthy aging into the 13th WHO Program of Work 2019-2023.

http://www.longevityforall.org/aging-is-now-included-into-the-who-work-program-thanks/

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5963354/

2013-present       Organizer of the international educational campaigns on aging and longevity research — “International  Longevity Day / Longevity Month – October” https://hpluspedia.org/wiki/Longevity_Day_and_Month

http://www.longevityhistory.com/longevity-day-and-longevity-month/

2013                     http://longevityalliance.org/?q=celebrations-international-longevity-day-around-world

https://ieet.org/index.php/IEET2/more/stambler20131029

2014                     http://www.longecity.org/forum/topic/72013-promoting-longevity-research-on-october-1—the-international-day-of-older-persons/

2015                     http://www.longevityforall.org/international-longevity-day-october-1-2015/

2016                     http://www.longevityforall.org/longevity-day-and-longevity-month-october-2016/

2017                     http://www.longevityforall.org/longevity-day-and-longevity-month-october-2017/

2018                     http://www.longevityforall.org/longevity-day-and-longevity-month-october-2018/

2019                     http://www.longevityalliance.org/?q=organizing-longevity-month-campaign-october

2015                     Organizer of the international educational campaign on aging and longevity research “Metchnikoff’s  Day – May 15” in honor of the founder of Gerontology

http://www.longevityforall.org/170th-anniversary-of-elie-metchnikoff-the-founder-of-gerontology-may-15-2015/

https://hplusmagazine.com/2015/05/06/may-15-2015-170th-anniversary-of-elie-metchnikoff-the-founder-of-gerontology-an-opportunity-to-promote-aging-and-longevity-research/

2013                     Organizer of the international educational campaign on aging and longevity research “For the Future of Longevity – March 1” http://longevityalliance.org/?q=future-longevity

Editorship:

Editorial board member: Frontiers in Bioscience, PSM Publishers

Editor: Special issue Frontiers in Bioscience “Molecular pathways of aging and longevity” (2017) https://www.bioscience.org/special-issue-details?editor_id=1746

Section editor: Science, Technology and Society – Biomedical; Historical Gerontology. In: The Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging, Springer, 2019, edited by Matthew Dupre and Danan Gu. https://link.springer.com/referencework/10.1007/978-3-319-69892-2

 

LIST OF SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS (reprints are available upon request)

(a)  Books:

  1. Stambler I. A History of Life-Extensionism in the Twentieth Century, Longevity History, 2011, 2014 http://www.longevityhistory.com/
  1. Stambler I. Longevity Promotion: Multidisciplinary Perspectives, Longevity History, 2017 http://www.longevityhistory.com/

(b) Book Chapters:

  1. Stambler I. Heroic Power in Thomas Carlyle and Leo Tolstoy.In: Political Leadership, SAGE Library of Political Science, 2011, edited by David S. Bell.
  2. Stambler I. Longevity and the Indian tradition; Longevity and the Jewish tradition; Longevity in the ancient Middle East and the Islamic tradition. In: Longevitize!: Essays on the Science, Philosophy & Politics of Longevity, Center for Transhumanity, 2013, edited by Franco Cortese. 
  1. Stambler I. Human life extension: opportunities, challenges, and implications for public health policy. In: Anti-aging Drugs: From Basic Research to Clinical Practice, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2017, edited by Alexander Vaiserman.
  1. Stambler I. What do we need to know to treat degenerative aging as a medical condition to extend healthy lifespan? In: Transhumanism: In the Image of Humans. Springer Science, 2019, edited by Newton Lee (doi: 10.1007/978-3-030-16920-6_21).
  1. Stambler I. Life-Extension, from history to futurism in the Twentieth Century. In: T-day Transumanesimo della vita quotidiana, Armando Editore, 2019, edited by Roberto Guerra, Pierfranco Bruni.
  1. Stambler I. The policy landscape of longevity in Israel. In: Longevity Industry in Israel. Landscape Overview, Aging Analytics Agency, 2019.
  1. Stambler I. Aging research in the late nineteenth to early twentieth century. In: The Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging, Springer, 2019, edited by Matthew Dupre and Danan Gu, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-69892-2_377-1.
  1. Barker R and Stambler I. Clinical translation acceleration. In: The Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging, Springer, 2019, edited by Matthew Dupre and Danan Gu, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-69892-2_389-1.
  1. Stambler I. Endocrine rejuvenation in a historical perspective. In: The Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging, Springer, 2019, edited by Matthew Dupre and Danan Gu, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-69892-2_376-1.
  1. Stambler I. Gerocomia in the history of aging care. In: The Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging, Springer, 2019, edited by Matthew Dupre and Danan Gu, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-69892-2_378-1.
  1. Stambler I. Homeostasis in the history of aging research. In: The Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging, Springer, 2019, edited by Matthew Dupre and Danan Gu, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-69892-2_380-1.
  1. Stambler I. Life-Extensionism in a historical perspective. In: The Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging, Springer, 2019, edited by Matthew Dupre and Danan Gu, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-69892-2_381-1.
  1. Stambler I and Milova E. Longevity activism. In: The Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging, Springer, 2019, edited by Matthew Dupre and Danan Gu, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-69892-2_395-1.
  1. Stambler I. Medical alchemy in history. In: The Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging, Springer, 2019, edited by Matthew Dupre and Danan Gu, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-69892-2_382-1.
  1. Stambler I. Regulation of geroprotective medications. In: The Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging, Springer, 2019, edited by Matthew Dupre and Danan Gu, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-69892-2_399-1.
  1. Padki M and Stambler I. Targeting aging with metformin (TAME). In: The Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging, Springer, 2019, edited by Matthew Dupre and Danan Gu, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-69892-2_400-1.
  1. Stambler I. Vetek (Seniority): The Movement for Longevity and Quality of Life. In: The Encyclopedia of Gerontology and Population Aging, Springer, 2019, edited by Matthew Dupre and Danan Gu, doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-69892-2_1016-1.
  1. Stambler I. History of Life-extensionism; Ethics of anti-ageing intervention. In: Encyclopedia of Biomedical Gerontology, Elsevier, 2019, edited by Suresh Rattan.
  1. Stambler I, Alex Friedman, Hanan Tal. Research, Development and Education for the Promotion of Healthy Longevity and Prevention of Aging-related Diseases. In: The Israel National Masterplan on Aging, Knesset, Jerusalem, 2019.
  1. Stambler I. Health and Immortality. In: Explaining Health Across the Sciences. Springer, forthcoming 2020, edited by Suresh Rattan. 

(c)  Refereed articles in scientific journals:

  1. Guejes L, Zurgil N,Stambler I, Gilburd B, Shoenfeld Y, Deutsch M. The influence of different cultivating conditions on polymorphonuclear leukocyte apoptotic process in vitro, II: Ultrastructural characteristics of PMN populations incubated with proteinase 3 anti-neutrophil autoantibodies. Ultrastructural Pathology, 29, 37-51, 2005.
  2. Blokh D, Afrimzon E,Stambler I, Korech E, Shafran Y, Zurgil N, Deutsch M. Breast cancer detection by Michaelis-Menten constants via linear programming.  Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 85, 210-213, 2006.
  3. Stambler I. Heroic Power in Thomas Carlyle and Leo Tolstoy.The European Legacy, 11, 737-751, 2006.
  4. Blokh D, Stambler I, Afrimzon E, Shafran Y, Korech E, Sandbank J, Orda R, Zurgil N, Deutsch M.The information-theory analysis of Michaelis–Menten constants for detection of breast cancer. Cancer Detection and Prevention, 31, 489–498, 2007.
  5. Blokh D, Zurgil N, Stambler I, Afrimzon E, Shafran Y, Korech E, Sandbank J, Deutsch M.An information-theoretical model for breast cancer detection. Methods of Information in Medicine, 47, 322-327, 2008.
  6. Blokh D, Stambler I, Afrimzon E, Platkov M, Shafran Y, Korech E, Sandbank J, Zurgil N, Deutsch M. Comparative analysis of cell parameter groups for breast cancer detection. Computer Methods and Programs in Biomedicine, 94, 239-249, 2009.
  7. Stambler I. Life extension – a conservative enterprise? Some fin-de-siècle and early twentieth-century precursors of transhumanism. Journal of Evolution and Technology, 21, 13-26, 2010.
  8. Stambler I. On the history of life-extension research: Does the whole have parts? Rejuvenation Research, 16, S41, 2013.
  9. Blokh D and Stambler I. Estimation of heterogeneity in diagnostic parameters of age-related diseases. Aging and Disease, 5, 218-225,
  10. Stambler I. The unexpected outcomes of anti-aging, rejuvenation and life extension studies: an origin of modern therapies. Rejuvenation Research, 17, 297-305, 2014.
  11. Stambler I. The pursuit of longevity – The bringer of peace to the Middle East. Current Aging Science, 6, 25-31, 2014.
  12. Stambler I and Khaltourina D. Biology of aging and non-communicable diseases as a global priority. Global Aging 9 (2), 11-14, 2014.
  13. Jin K, Simpkins JW, Ji X, Leis M and Stambler I. The critical need to promote research of aging and aging-related diseases to improve health and longevity of the elderly population. Aging and Disease, 6 (1), 1-5, 2015.
  14. Stambler I. Stop Aging Disease! ICAD 2014. Aging and Disease, 6 (2), 76-94, 2015.
  15. Blokh D and Stambler I. Information theoretical analysis of aging as a risk factor for heart disease. Aging and Disease, 6 (3), 196-207, 2015.
  16. Blokh D and Stambler I. Applying information theory analysis for the solution of biomedical data processing problems. American Journal of Bioinformatics, 3 (1), 17-29, 2015.
  17. Stambler I. Elie Metchnikoff – the founder of longevity science and a founder of modern medicine: In honor of the 170th anniversary. Advances in Gerontology, 28 (2), 207-217, 2015.
  18. Stambler I. Has aging ever been considered healthy? Frontiers in Genetics. Genetics of Aging, 6, 00202, 2015.
  19. Blokh D and Stambler I. The application of information theory for the research of aging and aging-related diseases. Progress in Neurobiology, 157, 158-173, 2017.
  20. Blokh D and Stambler I. The use of information theory for the evaluation of biomarkers of aging and physiological age. Mechanisms of Ageing and Development, 163, 23-29,
  21. Rogatsky GG and Stambler I. Hyperbaric oxygenation for resuscitation and therapy of elderly patients with cerebral and cardio-respiratory dysfunction. Frontiers in Bioscience, Scholar Edition, 9, 230-243, 2017.
  22. Stambler I. Recognizing degenerative aging as a treatable medical condition: methodology and policy. Aging and Disease, 8(5), 583-589, 2017.
  23. Blokh D, Stambler I, Lubart E, Mizrahi EH. The application of information theory for the estimation of old-age multimorbidity. Geroscience, 39(5-6), 551-556,
  24. Stambler I, Jin K, Lederman S, Barzilai N, Olshansky SJ, Omokaro E, Barratt J, Anisimov VN, Rattan S, Yang S, Forster M, Byles J. Aging health and R&D for healthy longevity must be included into the WHO Work Program. Aging and Disease, 9(2), 331-333, 2018.
  25. Stambler I. Ethics of Antiaging Intervention. Reference Module in Biomedical Sciences – Elsevier, doi:10.1016/b978-0-12-801238-3.62138-4
  26. Stambler I. History of Life-extensionism. Reference Module in Biomedical Sciences – Elsevier, doi:10.1016/B978-0-12-801238-3.11331-5
  27. Blokh D, Stambler I, Lubart E, Mizrahi EH. An information theory approach for the analysis of individual and combined evaluation parameters of multiple age-related diseases. Entropy, 21(6), 572, 2019.

(d) Book Reviews:

  1. Stambler I. Ingenium. Five Machines that Changed the World by Mark Denny. The European Legacy, 13, 260-261, 2008.
  2. Stambler I. Beyond the Hoax by Alan Sokal.The European Legacy,13, 793-794, 2008.

(e)  Presentation of papers at scientific meetings:

  1. Stambler I. Elie Metchnikoff and the rise of the Life-extensionist Movement. The 8th Yearly Conference of theIsrael Society for the History and Philosophy of Science. Jerusalem, March 16, 2008 (Invited Speaker. Organizer of the panel: “To postpone the inevitable: Historical, Sociological and Research Aspects of Anti-aging”).
  2. Stambler I. Society for life extension? Some ideological justifications for the pursuit of longevity. The Future of Humanity: Post-Humanism and Trans-Humanism.The Van Leer Institute in Jerusalem, October 24, 2011 (Invited speaker. Member of the conference organizing committee).
  3. Stambler I. A history of life-extensionism in the 20th century. Between reductionism and holism: from subtraction and addition toward balance. The 12th Yearly Conference of theIsrael Society for the History and Philosophy of Science. Jerusalem, March 11, 2012 (Oral).
  4. Stambler I. Political positioning of healthy life extension. Eurosymposium on Healthy Ageing. A new age of long term health and longevity. Brussels, December 12-14, 2012 (Invited speaker).
  5. Stambler I. The unexpected outcomes of lifespan extension studies: an origin of modern therapies. The 8th European Congress of Biogerontology. Beer Sheva, March 10-13, 2013 (Invited speaker. Member of the congress organizing committee).
  6. Stambler I. On the history of life-extension research: Does the whole have parts? Sixth SENS Conference (SENS6). Reimagine Aging. Queens’ College – Cambridge UK, September 3-7, 2013 ( Panel Chair).
  7. Stambler I and Blokh D. Application of information theory to assess biomarkers of aging. From Biology of Aging to Longevity and Quality of Life. Conference toward the renewal of the activities of the Israeli Society for the Biology of Aging. Tel Aviv, October 1, 2013 (Oral. Chair of the conference organizing committee).
  8. Stambler I. The Pursuit of Longevity – The Bringer of Peace to the Middle East. International Istanbul Initiative on Ageing. Istanbul, October 4-6, 2013 (Oral).
  9. Stambler I. The need for public support for aging and longevity research. Pathways to Healthy Longevity. Israel Science Day. Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel, March 26, 2014 (Invited Speaker. Member of the Conference Organizing Committee).
  10. Stambler I. Biology of aging as a basis for future treatment of non-communicable diseases and health care for the aged. IFA 12th Global Conference on Ageing. Hyderabad, India, June 10-13, 2014 (Invited Speaker. Organizer of the Symposium: “The Aging Process as the Main Underlying Cause of Non-Communicable Diseases: Science and Policy”).
  11. Stambler I. The use of information theory for the study of aging, aging related diseases and healthy longevity. 2014 International Conference on Aging and Disease (2014 ICAD). Beijing, China, November 1-2, 2014 (Invited Speaker. Panel Chair).
  12. Stambler I. The relation of Longevity Research and General Medicine – an Historical Overview. The ELPI Third Symposium on Pathways to Indefinite Lifespans and Metchnikoff Day. Larnaca, Cyprus. May 22-23, 2015 (Invited Speaker).
  1. Stambler I. Recognizing degenerative aging as a treatable medical condition: methodology and policy. Biomedical Innovation for Healthy Longevity — International Conference. St. Petersburg, Russia. April, 25-28, 2016 (Invited speaker. Panel Chair).
  1. Stambler I. 3rd International Practical Applications for Aging Research Forum at the Basel Life Science Week. Basel, Switzerland, September 21-22, 2016 (Invited speaker. Co-chair of the Panel Discussion: Current Issues in Aging & Longevity).
  1. Stambler I. The critical need to promote research of aging. 2016 International Conference on Aging and Disease (2016 ICAD). Stanford, California, US, October 1-2, 2016 (Invited Speaker. Panel Chair. Organizer of the panel: “Public support for aging research”).
  2. Stambler I. The Quantified Longevity Guide – QLG. MIXiii Biomed 2017 – Israel 16th National Life Sciences & Technology Week. Tel Aviv, Israel, May 23-25, 2017 (Invited Speaker. Panel: Longevity – Genetics and Epigenetics).
  3. Stambler I. Addressing degenerative aging as a medical condition – a national priority. 3rd International Conference on Personalized Medicine and Global Health. Astana, Kazakhstan, September 15, 2017 (Invited Keynote Speaker).
  4. Stambler I. Diagnosis of aging = Early detection of aging-related diseases. Pathways to Healthy Longevity 2017. Bar Ilan University, Ramat Gan, Israel, October 15, 2017 (Invited Speaker. Member of the Conference Organizing Committee. Panel Chair. Organizer of the panel: Measures of Healthy Longevity).
  5. Stambler I. Strengthening the research and development for healthy longevity – a vital part of coping with the population aging. Special discussion of the Knesset Committee on Science and Technology for strengthening the research and development for improving the quality of life and longevity and prevention of aging-related diseases. Knesset, Jerusalem, July 9, 2018 (Invited Speaker. Member of the Discussion Organizing Committee).
  6. Stambler I. Blokh D, Mizrahi EH. New methods for the diagnosis of old-age multimorbidity. 2018 International Conference on Aging and Disease (2018 ICAD). Nice, France, October 5-7, 2018 (Invited Speaker).
  7. Stambler I. Public, regulatory and policy support is needed to advance aging and longevity R&D and its application. The UNESCO Chair in Bioethics 13th World Conference on Bioethics, Medical Ethics & Health Law. Jerusalem, November 27-29, 2018 (Oral).
  8. Stambler I. Public initiatives in support of aging research. International Perspectives on Geroscience – Israel. Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel, September 4-5, 2019 (Invited Speaker. Member of the Conference Organizing Committee. Panel Chair. Organizer of the panel: The preparedness of the Israeli society for the population aging).
  9. Stambler I. Advancing anti-aging R&D regulation and policy in Israel and internationally. 2019 UNESCO Anti-aging Executive Committee Launch and Second International Biomedical Health Annual Conference in China. Beijing, China, December 16, 2019 (Invited Speaker).

Additional information:

Dissertation and book reviews for “A History of Life-extensionism”

Zealley B, de Grey A.D.N.J. Commentary on Some Recent Theses Relevant to Combating Aging: December 2012. Rejuvenation Research 15(6), 629-630, 2012.

Pellissier H. Five Star Reviews for Ilia Stambler’s “History of Life Extension in the 20th Century”. Brighter Brains, October 03, 2014.

The book was featured in Huffington Post, Blasting News, KurzweilAI.net, Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (IEET), H+ Magazine, Fight Aging, etc.

Book reviews for “Longevity Promotion: Multidisciplinary Perspectives”

Featured in Israel21c, Fight Aging, Serious Wonder, Institute for Ethics and Emerging Technologies (IEET), H+ Magazine, LEAF, KurzweilAI.net, etc.