The Longevity Science Foundation is thrilled to invite you for an afternoon seminar exploring anti-ageing and what the future holds for longevity science. Longevity is a multidisciplinary field incorporating sectors like pharma, biotechnology, psychiatry, artificial intelligence and much more. Researchers across the globe are working tirelessly to help us live longer and healthier lives. With recent developments across supplements, wearables and age-related diseases, the time is now to get smart on longevity science.
As a global nonprofit organisation, the LSF advances breakthroughs in longevity by supporting early-stage research in the field. The LSF operates with a mission to make longevity accessible for all, with treatments reaching humans in as little as five years. The Foundation funds early-stage research in the field to spark new ideas at their source.
Pawel Swietach, Professor of Physiology, Department of Physiology, Anatomy & Genetics, University of Oxford, will welcome guests followed by an introduction by Richard Siow, Director of Ageing Research at King’s College London (ARK) and Visiting Senior Academic in the Department at Oxford. The keynote presentation will be given by Lisa Ireland, CEO of the Longevity Science Foundation. She will discuss how funding supports cutting-edge research and what you can expect to see from the longevity field in the coming years.
Lisa, an accomplished non-profit executive with more than 25 years of experience in administration, fundraising, donor engagement, strategy and finance, leads global operations for the LSF. Her career spans diverse sectors, including education, healthcare, human services and science. Lisa’s previous roles include Vice President for Institutional Advancement at the RMSC (Rochester Museum & Science Center), where she advanced the organization’s mission through strategic planning, leadership and the formation and execution of a comprehensive fundraising strategy. Prior to her time at the RMSC, she served as the Director of Donor Relations and Stewardship at RIT (Rochester Institute of Technology), leading key initiatives to strengthen donor relationships through improved engagement, recognition, and stewardship programs. She was also Executive Director of United Way of Orleans, overseeing all aspects of the organization and its 25 programs.
Lisa currently serves as an Advisory Board Member for the Canandaigua National Bank and Trust and previously served as President and Trustee of the Brockport Central School District Board of Education. She was also a Member of the NYS Commissioner of Education Roundtable and Vice President of the Monroe County School Board Association.
Lisa holds a Bachelor’s degree in Communications with a minor in Political Science from St. John Fisher University.