Jesse Poganik, PhD

Instructor, Medicine, Genetics


Dr. Jesse Poganik is an Instructor in Medicine at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School. His research focuses on understanding the most fundamental aspects of aging and leveraging this knowledge to identify the most efficient ways to extend healthy lifespan. He leads several projects aimed at understanding the temporal dynamics of biological age, the inter-cellular and inter-tissue dynamics of aging, and how aging may best be quantitatively measured. Dr. Poganik also serves on the Executive Committee of Biomarkers of Aging Consortium.