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3rd Edition of

International Public Health Conference

March 21-23, 2024 | Singapore

IPHC 2023

Kenneth R Pelletier

Speaker at International Public Health Conference 2023 - Kenneth R Pelletier
University of California, United States

Title : Change your genes – Change your life: Healthy aging and longevity


Biology is no longer destiny. Our DNA doesn’t determine our health and disease prospects, as geneticists once believed. According to the new science of epigenetics, the vast majority of our genes are fluid and dynamic—and their expression is shaped by what we think and what we do. Our genetic profile may signal an inherited vulnerability to a disease, but our choices and behaviors determine whether these genes will be switched on or off. Each of us can influence our genes to create optimal health and longevity.  Dr. Pelletier will discuss the latest epigenetic research, including the Ancestry.com inspired 'Heritability Study' and share timely media coverage including details of the 'CRISPR Babies' and its potential impact on science. He will also reveal the organizations and cutting-edge technology that will forever change the landscape of optimal health and longevity. We encourage you to attend and to engage with Dr. Pelletier in learning how to incorporate these new findings into your own lives.

Audience Take Away:

  • Differentiate genetics vs epigenetics.
  • Apply practical, evidence-based epigenetic assays in practice.
  • Determine "personalized nutrition" based on latest data.


Kenneth R. Pelletier, PhD, MD is a Clinical Professor of Medicine, Department of Medicine; Department of Family and Community Medicine and Department of Psychiatry at the University of California School of Medicine, San Francisco (UCSF). At the UCSF School of Medicine, he is Director of the Corporate Health Improvement Program (CHIP) which is a research program between CHIP and 15 of the Fortune 500 corporations including Apple, Cisco, American Airlines, IBM, Dow, Prudential, Cummins, Ford, NASA, and Pepsico. He also serves as a Vice President with American Specialty Health (ASH).