Partners

List of the partners

  • Singapore Immunology Network (SIgN), Agency for Science, Technology and Research (A*STAR).

    The mandate of SIgN is to advance human immunology research and participate in international efforts to combat major health problems. Researchers at SIgN investigate immunity during infections and inflammatory conditions, including cancer, using both mouse models and human tissues.

     

    https://www.a-star.edu.sg/ (Singapore)

  • Neuroscience Institute for Regenerative Medicine. Texas A&M Health Science Center.

    The goal of the IRM is to bridge the gap between basic science and clinical translation in the field of regenerative medicine and experimental cell therapeutics. Through active collaboration between basic scientists and clinicians in Central Texas, the IRM hopes to tackle the ambitious task of discovering novel therapies for intractable diseases to relieve human suffering.

     

    https://medicine.tamhsc.edu/irm/  (US)

  • Institute for Aging Research at the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York.

    The Institute for Aging Research conducts focused multidisciplinary investigations to unravel essential elements in the biology of aging. 

     

    https://www.einstein.yu.edu/centers/aging/ (US)

  • Department of Physiology & Pharmacology. West Virginia University

    The department faculty are performing cutting-edge research in Neuroscience: SNRC and Respiratory Biology: NIOSH.

     

    http://medicine.hsc.wvu.edu/physio (US)

  • SENS Research Foundation.

    The SRF Research Center is our internal research laboratory, and the core of our intramural research efforts. In our lab, researchers undertake proof-of-concept research in rejuvenation biotechnologies, seeking to comprehensively address the disabilities and diseases of aging by repairing the damage done by the aging process at the molecular level. We are currently conducting in-house work in two separate areas: allotopic expression to prevent damage from mitochondrial mutations and an exploration of the genetic mechanisms of telomerase-independent telomere elongation.

     

    http://www.sens.org/  (Global)

  • Israeli Longevity Alliance

    The main aim of the Israeli Longevity Alliance (ISRLA) / International Longevity Alliance (Israel) is to act for the advancement of healthy longevity for the entire population through scientific research, technological development, medical treatment, public health and educational measures, advocacy and social activism.

    Within this general aim, the Israeli Longevity Alliance emphasizes and promotes the amelioration of the deteriorative aging process as the main factor undermining healthy longevity.

     

    http://longevityisrael.org/ (Israel)

  • Institute for Research on Cancer and Aging, Nice (IRCAN)

    The research carried out at IRCAN involves major areas of basic research in biology, public health (oncology, geriatrics, age-related disorders such as diabetes, renal failure, neurodegenerative and cardiovascular disease) and sustainable development to improve our understanding of the body’s response to environmental stress.

     

    http://ircan.org/ (France)

  • Buck Institute for Research on Aging

    The Buck Institute at Novato, California, is the nation’s first independent research facility focused solely on understanding the connection between aging and chronic disease. Our mission is to increase the healthy years of life.

     

    http://www.thebuck.org/ (US)

  • Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies

     

    The Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies at San Antonio, Texas, is dedicated to the promotion of healthy aging for everyone. Its world-class scientific community of researchers and physicians seek discoveries to treat and ameliorate the underlying causes of aging, a cost-effective approach to broadly enhance the quality of later life.  

     

    http://www.barshop.uthscsa.edu/ (US)

  • Xuanwu hospital, Beijing Capital University

    Capital Medical University (CMU) was founded in 1960. It ranks among the top academic medical institutions in China and is considered as one of the key municipal universities in Beijing.  CMU consists of 10 Schools, 14 affiliated hospitals and 1 teaching institution. CMU provides a wide range of educational programs for Doctorates, Masters, Bachelors and certificates. High-caliber national and municipal research and training centers and institutes are founded here, covering a wide range of fields.

     

    http://www.xwhosp.com.cn/ (China)

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  • Wenzhou Medical University

    Wenzhou Medical University (WMU) is a key institution of higher learning under the direct administration of Zhejiang Provincial Government. It can trace its origin to the former Zhejiang Specialized Medical School established in Hangzhou in 1912. WMU is now oriented towards establishing a prestigious university with its own distinctive features, an institution that lays emphasis on the undergraduate education while actively developing graduate programs, maintaining medical-related disciplines as its core harmonized by multi-disciplinary programs adapted to both regional and national needs.

     

    http://www.wzmu.net/ (China)

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  • The Alliance for Aging Research

    The Alliance for Aging Research is dedicated to accelerating the pace of scientific discoveries and their application to vastly improve the universal human experience of aging and health. America's science, innovation, and public spirit have the potential to avert the social and fiscal chaos that might otherwise accompany a "silver tsunami" of age-related diseases and lost productivity. The Alliance for Aging Research seeks to realize this potential and establish "healthy aging research" as a priority for our country as a whole. The advances we seek will make 85 years for most people look and feel like 65 today.

  • Institute for Healthy Aging, University of North Texas.

    Age influences the frequency and progression of nearly all diseases and profoundly impacts our resistance to injury and ability to recover. The Institute for Healthy Aging integrates state-of-the-art clinical care, cutting edge-research, innovative education and training, and community engagement, to create solutions for a new era of enduring quality of life. 

     

    https://www.unthsc.edu/health-institutes/institute-for-healthy-aging/ (US)

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