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Last month KCL and the LSF held a partnership kick-off event at The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN)1. King’s College is our very first academic partner, and we are excited to join forces in our pursuit of a longer and healthier human lifespan. Through our collaboration with Ageing Research at King’s (ARK)2, we aim to promote research and education that fall at the nexus of psychological well-being, longevity, and psychedelics.
Lisa E. Ireland of the Longevity Science Foundation and Dr. Richard Siow of Ageing Research at King's (ARK) at Guy's Campus in London
To learn more about our initiative, we encourage you check out the recent Longevity Technology article covering our partnership and the kick-off event.
Left to right: Dr. Richard Siow, Dr. Allan Young, Prof Guy Goodwin, Lisa E. Ireland, Catherine Bird and Prof Dag Aarsland
0.00 Dr. Richard Siow - Welcome and brief introduction to ARK
10:10 Lisa Ireland - Longevity, Psychological Well-Being and Psychedelics
32:37 Prof. Allan Young - Centre for Mental Health Research and Innovation
58:48 Dr. Guy Goodwin - The KCL - COMPASS Pathways Partnership
1:33:22 Prof. Dag Aarsland - Longevity Interventions and Monitoring Cognitive Health
1:55:57 Panel Discussion moderated by Dr. Siow
2:30:10 Closing Remarks by Dr. Siow and Prof. Young
- The Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN), part of ARK, is ranked second in the world for psychology and psychiatry (US News, Best Global Universities) and is one of the world’s largest centres for neuroscience research.
- Ageing Research at King’s (ARK) is an educational consortium at KCL conducting industry-leading research on therapeutics, diagnostics, the social impact of ageing and more. The LSF will join the ARK in spearheading a new body of research and educational efforts around ageing, psychedelics and mental health treatments.