Pioneer of World’s Biggest Quantified Self Experiment Stanislav Skakun to Become a Speaker at Biohacking Conference Moscow
Quantified self movement has been gaining popularity throughout the world for the last 13 years. Its supporters are gathering and analyzing hundreds of data metrics on their health, measuring its activity. Thus, they use various gadgets and body implants. At Biohacking Conference Moscow, Stanislav Skakun, Head of Biodata, will tell about the peculiarities and goals of this movement.
Expert will make a presentation titled “Quantified self – what it is and why we need it”.
Stanislav Skakun is a Russian biohacker and CEO at Biodata, a company offering medical data storage and processing services.
The speaker started a quantified self experiment in late 2014, which is considered to be the biggest in the world. As part of this research, he is measuring 800 biochemical indexes of his body each month. Thus, he takes lab tests, conducts instrumental diagnostics, records data of wearable tech. As of today, Stanislav has about 6000 data points in his list.
In terms of his own body digitization, the speaker is ahead of the famous American biohacker Chris Dancy.
Find out more about quantified self and talk to Stanislav Skakun – register to Biohacking Conference Moscow.