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Patrick Cox

Chief Science Officer

Patrick Cox is an economist and public-policy analyst who’s lived deep inside the world of technological breakthroughs for the past 30 years.

He’s written over 200 editorials for USA Today and has appeared in the Wall Street Journal and on CNN’s Crossfire.

Patrick’s address book looks like the “Who’s Who” of anti-aging and life-extension research. He’s on a first-name basis with most of the preeminent biotech researchers in the United States and elsewhere.

He is privy to many R&D secrets for which he had to sign non-disclosure agreements. But if you knew what they were, he says, you’d be convinced you time-traveled to a science-fiction world hundreds of years into the future.

Patrick is a sought-after speaker and panel moderator. And every year he presents cutting-edge anti-aging science (and scientists) at John Mauldin’s popular Strategic Investment Conference.

As the editor of the premium service Transformational Technology Alert, Patrick investigates transformational early-stage companies with the potential to offer his readers life-changing, long-term returns.

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