The Gerontology Wiki is a collaborative encyclopedia about Gerontology, the study of human aging and longevity, with a focus for everything related to Supercentenarians, Longevity, and Oldest People. The wiki format allows anyone to create or edit any article, subject to the rules and guidelines, so we can all work together to create a comprehensive encyclopedia on gerontology. Check out the Help pages to get started!
Robert Douglas Young, the Senior Consultant for Gerontology for Guinness World Records and the Director of the Gerontology Research Group's Supercentenarian Research and Database Division, joined the Gerontology Wiki in 2007 and has been appointed the "Chief Bureaucrat" to manage the Gerontology Wiki in terms of policy and administration. The chief purpose of the Gerontology Wiki is to serve as a Wikipedia-style encyclopedia that operates similar to Wikipedia, but whose content focuses on the general area of "gerontology", with a special focus on Supercentenarians. The Gerontology Wiki has experienced tremendous growth in the last few years and now shows up highly ranked in search results for Google search.
As a 'crowdsourced" Wiki, all are allowed to contribute to the Gerontology Wiki, so long as the rules and policies of the Gerontology Wiki are properly followed. Robert Young has to assist him a dedicated team of Gerontology Wiki Admins who coordinate the growth and maintenance of the Gerontology Wiki on a daily basis. For more information, the following "Quick Links" should be helpful:
- Kane Tanaka (born 2 Jan 1903) is currently the world's oldest validated living person (according to Guinness World Records) 
- The world's oldest living man is currently unknown
- Chiyo Miyako (2 May 1901 – 22 July 2018) was the world's oldest validated living person  and
- Masazo Nonaka (25 July 1905 – 20 January 2019) was the world's oldest validated living man (according to Guinness World Records) 
For more information on Italian or Polish supercentenarians, please visit the GRG-affiliated: