Thursday, February 08, 2007

Actuarial Talk

Mark your calendar for March 13 lecture on human longevity at the Chicago Actuarial Association (CAA) workshop!


Greetings,

We are pleased to announce our upcoming invited lecture on Human Longevity Studies to be held on Tuesday, March 13 in Chicago:

Predictors of Exceptional Human Longevity

Time:
Tuesday, March 13, 4:10 pm

Location:
Chicago downtown,
Building of the Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois,
300 East Randolph Street, CAL level, room for C2 session
NothEast corner of Randolph and Columbus Drive
Chicago, IL 60601

Everybody is cordially invited, but the admission requires a prior registration at the Chicago Actuarial Association at:

http://chicagoactuarialassociation.org/

and a picture ID will be also asked at the reception.

Hope to see you there!

Here is a brief description our upcoming talk:

Predictors of Exceptional Human Longevity

- This presentation will discuss new developments and findings from the ongoing study of predictors of exceptional human longevity. Topics include: the effects of maternal age at person's birth, family size, birth-order, season of birth, geography of childhood residence, and parental occupation, socioeconomic status, and parental lifespan.

P.S.:
By the way, if you are curious to know who are the actuaries, and what is the actuarial profession about, please take a look at these new actuarial books:

Market-Valuation Methods in Life and Pension Insurance (International Series on Actuarial Science)
by Thomas Moeller and Mogens Steffensen, 2007



Financial and Actuarial Mathematics
by Yiu Kuen Tse and Wai-Sum Chan, 2007



Fundamentals of Actuarial Mathematics
by S. David Promislow, 2006

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3 Comments:

Anonymous Maleshkov said...

As previously serving actuary in Bulgaria, I would like to express my deep admirations with the usefulness of the scientific research done by Mr. Gavrilov and Mrs. Gavrilova on the topic of the Talk on aging and longevity. My question is: Are the listed factors, as predictors of the extraordinary human longevity listed by importance, identified by their research. In my opinion greater stress could be expected on socioeconomic status, father’s lifespan and professional affiliation.

8:43 AM  
Blogger Dr. Leonid Gavrilov, Ph.D. said...

Thank you for your kind comments and your interest!
Yes, you are right: the predictors of the extraordinary human longevity listed in the initial post are listed randomly, rather than by importance.
It may take some time and additional research to put them in a "correct order."
Many thanks again!

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