Dr. Gil Atzmon is currently an Associate Professor in the Division of Endocrinology, Departments of Medicine and Genetics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, USA. He is also a member of the Institute for Aging Research (IAR) and the Diabetes Research and Training Center (DRTC) at Albert Einstein College of Medicine. A graduate in Population Genetics from Hebrew University, he completed his fellowship in Human Genetics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine where he then joined as a faculty and rose to the rank of Associate Professor. As Associate Professor of Medicine at Einstein, Dr. Atzmon's focus is in a new and challenging field involving the role of epigenetics in diseases, aging and longevity. Dr. Atzmon's work has provided the foundation for the genetic approaches of the Institute of Aging. The foremost focus of Dr. Atzmon's research career has been the understanding of the association of the whole genome to disease, performance, health and longevity. Dr. Atzmon has international collaborated with scientists and researchers across the world. He had more than 125 scientific publications in leading scientific journals. He was invited to present his work in numerous international scientific conferences and meetings. He has been an expert reviewer for many leading scientific journals on genetics and genomics. He is also on the editorial board of couple of journals including the International Journal of Case Report and Images.