New York magazine interviews Nir Barzilai, M.D., and Gil Atzmon, Ph.D., for a cover story on exceptional aging that centers on Irving Kahn (age 105) and his siblings, all participants in Einstein’s Longevity Genes Project. Dr. Barzilai is the Ingeborg and Ira Leon Rennert Chair of Aging Research and director of the Institute for Aging Research. Dr. Atzmon is assistant professor of medicine and of genetics. For more info, visit www.superagers.com.
Helen ‘Happy’ Reichert, 109 years old, holding hands with her brother Irving Kahn, 105. The siblings are part of Albert Einstein College of Medicine's ongoing study of 500 of the oldest people in the New York area. Visit www.einstein.yu.edu/centers/aging/ for more information.
Irving Kahn was an American businessman and investor. He started his carrier in 1928 and worked in his whole life of 109 years up to last day, 24.Feb.2015. In last days of his life, he used to go office regularly and checked the work of his company ‘Kahn Brothers Group’. Incident was of Irving Kahn’s 108th birthday, he was celebrating his birthday. In office one young... To read full story, Just click- http://www.storyeagle.com/2016/07/irving-kahn-109-yrs-story-based-on-work.html
Irving Kahn On Value Investing: The Problem With Algos - Irving Kahn On Value Investing: The Problem With Algos He had the noteworthy opportunity of working as Graham's teaching assistant at Columbia University Business School and also contributed to Graham's bible on value investing, Security Analysis, by providing some statistical help. He was one... | http://wp.me/p6wsnp-6C6