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#1 caliban

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Posted 20 June 2016 - 01:17 AM

The Longecity “Affiliate Labs” are small, research-focused enterprises or independent academic research groups led by a scientists with strong ties to the Longecity community and a proven track record of commitment to scientific inquiry directly relevant to the Longecity mission.
These leaders and their colleagues are not just trailblazers in advancing important areas of regenerative and rejuvenation research, but also incredibly helpful when there is a community need for peer review, when providing advice and training to a young scientist, and in providing the expertise and tools to test the novel, controversial, or promising scientific leads sourced from the Longecity community and beyond.

Community Funding
There is a small support fund that the labs can draw on to flexibly support their research activities. While not a substitute for private investment and public sector grants, the ability to flexibly ‘just try’ out a new idea without needing to ‘pitch’ in lengthy proposals can be an invaluable accelerator to research progress. All Affiliates have an active link to the Longecity community, so there is a level of accountability and responsiveness beyond anything encountered in ‘traditional’ research donations.
By donating to the Affiliate Labs fund, Members can be assured that every penny goes directly to an expert personally and professionally committed to making a difference in the scientific conquest of death.
Donate HERE

Current Affiliate Labs
- Alexandra Stolzing, Loughborough University, UK & Leipzig University, Germany.
- James Clement - Betterhumans, USA
- João Pedro de Magalhães, University of Liverpool, UK
- John Schloendorn – Gene&Cell Technologies, USA
- Kelsey Moody, Ichor Therapeutics, USA.
- Kevin Perrott – Buck Institute, USA
- Matthew O’Connor – SENS Foundation, USA

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