Dr. Angelova is a Scientific Advisory board member at Longaevus Technologies and a Senior Research Fellow at the UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology, as well as an adjunct professor at Sechenov University Moscow. With a background in Molecular Biology and in Biophysics and Radiobiology, she obtained her PhD in Experimental Biophysics from Humboldt University Berlin. Prior to joining University College London, she completed postdoctoral training at Charite-Berlin and Technical University Munich. With 25+ years of experience in topics ranging from experimental neurosurgery, neurophysiology, cancer biology, hypoxia/IRI to membrane biophysics, stem cell biology and biophotonics Plamena brings unique lateral perspective to the field of ageing. Currently her interests lie in studying the mechanisms underlying the etiopathology of neurodegenerative and neurological diseases with an accent on altered cellular signalling, mitochondrial dysfunction, and oxidative stress.