Re: [GRG] Next GRG meeting Monday June 30, and Steve Coles traveling and comp…

 

Hi Johnny.

 

All the best for your presentation tomorrow.  Sure wish I could
be there.  I tried to reschedule, but sadly it would inconvenience too
many people too much.

 

I can’t wait to see the video.

 

Carl

 

 

In a message dated 6/25/2014 7:12:16 A.M. Pacific Daylight Time,
jadams@aginginterventionfoundation.org writes:

Henry and GRG Members,

GRG meetings are videotaped, and this one will be available
along with several previous videos here:

http://ift.tt/1fws86L

Check out some of our past meetings.

Johnny

John M. “Johnny”
Adams

JAdams@AgingIntervention.org

Phone: (949)
922-9786 USA

http://ift.tt/1pidEOm

http://ift.tt/1iZ4QIG

From:
grg-bounces@lists.ucla.edu [mailto:grg-bounces@lists.ucla.edu] On Behalf Of
Henry StanleySent: Wednesday, June 25, 2014 12:57
AMTo: Gerontology Research GroupSubject: Re: [GRG]
YIKES! It IS June 30 — RE: Next GRG meeting Monday Jan 30, and Steve Coles
traveling and computer

Johnny,

Will the material from the talks be made available online
after the event?

Best,

Henry

Henry Stanley

Press Officer | VP Strategy

Biogerontology Research
Foundation

bg-rf.org.uk

On 25 June 2014 01:40, John M. “Johnny” Adams
wrote:

Thanks
Robert.

 

Subject line was
a typo – next GRG meeting is Monday June 30 2014

 

Johnny

 

From: grg-bounces@lists.ucla.edu [mailto:grg-bounces@lists.ucla.edu] On Behalf Of Robert
YoungSent: Tuesday, June 24, 2014 5:31 PMTo:
Gerontology Research GroupSubject: Re: [GRG] Next GRG meeting
Monday Jan 30, and Steve Coles traveling and
computer

 

I
hope that is June 30 2014 and not Jan 30 2015!

 

Robert
Young

 

From:
“John M. “Johnny” Adams” To:
‘Gerontology Research Group’
Sent: Tuesday, June 24, 2014 8:08 PMSubject: [GRG]
Next GRG meeting Monday Jan 30, and Steve Coles traveling and
computer

 

Dear GRG
Member,

 

Steve is
traveling, and when he returns we will continue to get his new computer
going.  Look for communication from him
soon.

 

Next GRG
meeting

Date: Next
Monday, June 30, 2014

Time: 8:00
pm

Location: UCLA
Boyer Hall

 

In addition to
Steve’s usual discussion about what’s happening in aging R&D, I will be
making a presentation.  The title is Increasing Healthy
Years.

 

It was created
to inform and entertain members of the community about increasing healthy
years of life, and offer news about research and development.  The talk
was created mainly for a scientific minded general public to provide
information, generate interest and raise money.   Scientists and
physicians will find it useful.

 

Some topics:

·      
A
light hearted spoof of the OUTRAGEOUS claims being made for “anti-aging”
products – Low T, skin cremes, youth elixirs.

·      
Our
shared mission in the aging education and research
community

·      
Now
and the future: Healthy years vs. sick years

·      
The
“Silver Tsunami”

·      
Can
Google “solve death” – and transform the grim reaper into a playful
imp?

·      
Carl I.
Bourhenne Medical Research Foundation (dba Aging Intervention
Foundation)

·      
What happens
when we age

·      
Some successes
in biomedical and aging research

o   Conventional
methods available now to slow aging

§  How to slow the
aging processes while new therapies are
developed

o   Replacement
parts – organ engineering, stem cells

o   Intervening in
the underlying causes of aging

·      
Organizations
creating healthspan and lifespan solutions

 

Johnny

John
M. “Johnny” Adams

JAdams@AgingIntervention.org

Phone:
(949) 922-9786 USA

http://ift.tt/1iZ4QIG

http://ift.tt/1pidEOm

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About Johnny Adams

My full-time commitment is to slow and ultimately reverse age related functional decline to increase healthy years of life. I’ve been active in this area since the 1970s, steadily building skills and accomplishments. I have a good basic understanding of the science of aging, and have many skills that complement those of scientists so they can focus on science to advance our shared mission. Broad experience Top skills: administration, management, information technology (data and programming), communications, writing, marketing, market research and analysis, public speaking, forging ethical win-win outcomes among stakeholders (i.e. high level "selling"). Knowledge in grant writing, fundraising, finance. Like most skilled professionals, I’m best described as a guy who defines an end point, then figures out how to get there. I enjoy the conception, design, execution and successful completion of a grand plan. Executive Director Gerontology Research Group (GRG). Manages Email discussion forum, web site, meetings and oversees supercentenarian (oldest humans, 110+ years) research. CEO / Executive Director Carl I. Bourhenne Medical Research Foundation (Aging Intervention Foundation), an IRS approved 501(c)(3) nonprofit. http://www.AgingIntervention.org Early contributor to Supercentenarian Research Foundation. Co-Founder Geroscience Healthspan Forum. Active contributor to numerous initiatives to increase healthy years of life. Co-authored book on conventional, practical methods available today to slow the processes of aging – nutrition, exercise, behavior modification and motivation, stress reduction, proper supplementation, damage caused by improper programs, risk reduction and others. Fundamental understanding of, and experience in the genomics of longevity (internship analyzing and curating longevity gene papers). Biological and technical includes information technology, software development and computer programming, bioinformatics and protein informatics, online education, training programs, regulatory, clinical trials software, medical devices (CAT scanners and related), hospital electrical equipment testing program. Interpersonal skills – good communication, honest, well liked, works well in teams or alone. Real world experience collaborating in interdisciplinary teams in fast paced organizations. Uses technology to advance our shared mission. Education: MBA 1985 University of Southern California -- Deans List, Albert Quon Community Service Award (for volunteering with the American Longevity Association and helping an elderly lady every other week), George S. May Scholarship, CA State Fellowship. BA psychology, psychobiology emphasis 1983 California State University Fullerton Physiological courses as well as core courses (developmental, abnormal etc). UCLA Psychobiology 1978, one brief but fast moving and fulfilling quarter. Main interest was the electrochemical basis of consciousness. Also seminars at the NeuroPsychiatric Institute. Other: Ongoing conferences, meetings and continuing education. Aging, computer software and information technology. Some molecular biology, biotech, bio and protein informatics, computer aided drug design, clinical medical devices, electronics, HIPAA, fundraising through the Assoc. of Fundraising Professionals. Previous careers include: Marketing Increasing skill set and successes in virtually all phases, with valuable experience in locating people and companies with the greatest need and interest in a product or service, and sitting across the table with decision makers and working out agreements favorable to all. Information Technology: Management, data analysis and programming in commercial and clinical trials systems, and bioinformatics and protein informatics. As IT Director at Newport Beach, CA based technology organization Success Family of Continuing Education Companies, provided online software solutions for insurance and financial professionals in small to Fortune 500 size companies. We were successful with lean team organization (the slower moving competition was unable to create similar software systems). Medical devices: At Omnimedical in Paramount CA developed and managed quality assurance dept. and training depts. for engineers, physicians and technicians. Designed hospital equipment testing program for hospital services division. In my early 20’s I was a musician, and studied psychology and music. Interned with the intention of becoming a music therapist. These experiences helped develop valuable skills used today to advance our shared mission of creating aging solutions.
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