Nu Skin scientists and scientific partners just concluded a breakthrough year, building the body of knowledge in anti-aging research at an accelerated rate with more than 20 presentations at 11 prestigious conferences and symposia around the world. Nu Skin and its research and development partners, that include LifeGen Technologies and various university collaborators, continue to be invited to present research on the genetic basis of aging and identification of nutritional interventions that target an aging appearance and promote healthy life spans.
“With decades of foundational science to guide us, we are taking our anti-aging research to the next level with new discoveries that target the sources of aging and the development of promising new strategies for promoting youthfulness,” said Joe Chang, Ph.D., Nu Skin chief scientific officer and executive vice president of product development. “In particular, we are pleased that our research and scientific collaboration with LifeGen Technologies is receiving such a favorable response from the scientific community and is assisting us in building the body of knowledge in this important area of anti-aging research.”
“Aging is a multi-gene process. Our ageLOC approach allows us to first identify groups of genes and multiple genetic pathways that play a role in the complex process of aging, and second, determine how to positively affect the expression of those genes to a more youthful state,” continued Chang.
Highlights of Nu Skin’s 2010 scientific presentations included new findings on identifying and targeting groups of genes that influence an aging appearance and a person’s overall vitality.
2010 Presentation and Scientific Symposia Highlights: