Longevity SF

Longevity SF is the San Francisco Bay Area chapter of Longevity Global. We host events for our curated community of longevity researchers, investors, and entrepreneurs. These monthly events include research talks, networking events, hikes, and our annual finale event, the Longevity Summit at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging. We also connect virtually on Slack. You can apply to join us here.

Dr. Christin Glorioso
Executive Director

Dr. Niko Markov
Assist. Director

Longevity SF events

The Longevity Dialogues |

October 30th, 2023 5:30pm-8:00pm PT
MBC BioLabs, 135 Mississippi St, SF

Community Pitch |

October 10th, 2023 9:00am-10:00am PT

Meetup |

September 27th, 2023 6pm-8pm PT
Spark Social, 601 Mission Bay Blvd, SF

Community Pitch |

September 12th, 2023 9:00am-10:00am PT

Community Pitch |

August 15th, 2023 9:00am-10:00am PT

Happy Hour |

August 10th, 2023 5:30pm-8:30pm
140 Geary St., 10th Floor, San Francisco, CA

The Longevity Dialogues |

July 26th, 2023 6pm-8:30pm
479 Jessie St., San Francisco, CA

Longevity SF BBQ |

June 24th, 2023 2pm-6:00pm
50 Jones St, San Francisco, CA

Longevity SF Meetup |

June 1st, 2023 6pm-9:00pm
601 Mission Bay Blvd North, San Francisco, CA

The Longevity Debates |

April 27th, 2023 6pm-9:00pm
479 Jessie St., San Francisco, CA


Founders Meetup |

March 29th, 2023 6pm-9:00pm
600 Polk St San Francisco, CA



March 2nd, 2023 6pm-9:00pm
8000 Edgewater Dr Suite #200, Oakland, CA

Collaborative event between Longevity SF, Bay Area Bioinformatics (BayBIFX), and Circuit Launch featuring talks and a tour of the robots native to the space.



February 9th, 2023 6pm-8:30pm
50 Jones St, San Francisco, CA

This kickoff event will take stock of everyone’s goals and aspirations for longevity. Networking, breakout groups, appetizers and drinks provided.


January 22, 2023 10am-2pm
Sonoma Coast, Salt Point State Park, CA

Expert guided four hour mushroom foraging experience. It will include introductory information such as: types of mushrooms, mushroom anatomy for identification, poisonous and edible mushrooms, tree identification and more. The program will conclude with a Q&A identification session where we determine what species we have found and whether they are edible. Then we will separate out the edibles, cook them up trailside (or you can take them home) and have a tasting.