AgeMeter measures key functional biomarkers of aging, such as memory and lung function. By comparing a test taker's scores to norms by age and sex, the AgeMeter estimates a person’s functional age, which may differ from chronological age. Healthcare practices that focus on aging and aging researchers can use the AgeMeter to confirm whether interventions actually cause a person to have the functional ability of a younger age.
"For PGP, supercentenarian, aging reversal studies, and everyday wellness, we need cost-effective, standardized, quantitative insight into a diverse set of physiological measures. The AgeMeter can help us get there."
- Dr. George Church, Harvard University
• Auditory Reaction Time
• Highest Audible Pitch
• Lung Function: Forced Vital Capacity
• Lung Function: Forced Expiratory Volume
• Heart Rate Variability
• Pulse Oxygen
• Muscle Coordination
• Muscle Movement Time
• Vibrotactile Sensitivity
• Decision Reaction Time
• Decision Movement Time
• Movement Speed
An AgeMeter kit is required to use some of this app's features.
This version contains bug fixes in server communications which resolve issues where messages could become stuck, resulting in "N/A" results for some users.
Additionally, major network communication speed-ups have been implemented.