Exploring Existential Hope with Morgan Levine: A Foresight Fellow and Interdisciplinary Scientist

Morgan Levine presents Existential Hope Special
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In the Existential Hope-podcast (https://www.existentialhope.com), we invite scientists to speak about long-termism. We release a podcast every month where we interview visionary scientists to discuss science and technology which can accelerate humanity toward desirable outcomes.

Morgan Levine, Foresight Fellow and Xhope Special.

Morgan Levine, Assistant Professor at Yale School of Medicine in the Department of Pathology and a member of the Yale Combined Program for Computational Biology & Bioinformatics and the Yale Center for Research on Aging, is a member of the Yale Combined Program for Computational Biology & Bioinformatics. Her work is based on an interdisciplinary method, integrating theories from statistical genetics and computational biology with mathematical demography, to develop biomarkers for aging in humans and animal models, using high-dimensional data. She has extensive experience as a PI on NIH, Foundation, and University funded projects. She uses systems-level and machine-learning approaches to track epigenetic changes, transcriptomic and proteomic aging.
This information can be used to create measures of risk stratification in major chronic diseases such as Alzheimer’s and cancer. Her work involves the development of system-level outcomes measures of aging in order to facilitate evaluation of geroprotective intervention.

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