DR. AIMON KOPERA
The science in the past 25 years has proven
that our overall health is impacted by our genes
only 20 % and 80% is by our choice of lifestyle.

Elevating personal and environmental health and wellness through genomics

We used to think that our genetic blueprint determined everything about us—past, present, and future. But we were wrong.


The latest research in genomics is revealing that we actually have tremendous freedom to crack the code of our own DNA—and live healthier, longer, and happier lives than we ever thought possible.

Dr. Kopera’s dynamic speaking style and depth of scientific expertise are thought-provoking and inspiring for scientific and scholastic audiences of any size.

Her signature topic is the Global HealthSpan Study a joint effort among prominent scientific institutions to explore the intriguing relationship between genetics and lifestyle.

In her enlightening talks, Dr. Kopera shares results of her genomics research and leads the way to empower people to optimize the factors of wellness in their lives, based on their unique genetic profile.

Your audience will learn:

  • What can genetic information tell us about ourselves?
  • How can genomics help reduce aging?
  •  Can mindfulness and other lifestyle choices affect genetic behavior?
  • How can enhanced individual self-care improve performance within an organization?

Inspire, educate, and empower your audience!

 Dr. Aimon Kopera 

For over 20 years, researcher, author, speaker, and consultant, Dr. Kopera, has been involved in global health initiatives in Asia, Europe, and the Americas. As President and Chief Health Scientist at the International Research Institute for Wellness and Prevention, and co-founder of Genomics International, she has helped lead the way to more sophisticated understandings of the interplay between genetics and lifestyle.

Now, it is her life’s work to bring these empowering insights to the scientific community, educators, and the general public to elevate and ease every individual’s ability to be their best self. read more