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Buck Institute for Research on Aging: 2014 Leaders of the North Bay

The Buck Institute helped sponsor this new film about the implications of the aging of the American population and the promise of aging research to help ensure we live both longer and healthier lives. Buck President Brian Kennedy, PhD, was among those interviewed for the film.


This video was a finalist in the 2014 White House Student Film Festival! It features students who worked at the Buck, as part of the Novato Unified School Districts School to Career Internship Program.


Buck scientists are featured in a film directed by Cynthia Harrison. Baby Boomers, born between 1946-1964, are the largest generation ever born. They're turning 65 every 8 seconds, 10,000 per day, 4,000,000 per year. In 2030 - there will be over 70,000,000 seniors. The Silver Tsunami is a devastating, world-wide crisis with a multitude of diseases and costly races to find cures, funding is cut, and an aging population explodes! from Buck Institute on Vimeo.


The faculty at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging describe their work, their mission and the passion that drives the science. from Buck Institute on Vimeo.

Buck CEO Brian Kennedy, PhD, was interviewed by Russian TV as part of their coverage of the 3rd International Conference on the Genetics of Aging and Longevity. The conference was held in the Olympic Village in Sochi, Russian Federation.


Advances in GeroScience: Impact on Healthspan and Chronic Diseases

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