We are tackling aging…
One of life’s greatest mysteries
What is the underlying biology that determines how fast an organism ages?
What if we could better understand how we age?
How can we help people live longer, healthier lives?
Challenging questions like these brought us to science.
And today, they are helping us develop potential new interventions.

We are different by design

Think big. Explore broadly. Collaborate constantly.

Our mission is said simply, yet it is quite ambitious. We are working to better understand the biology that controls aging and lifespan… and we are using the knowledge we gain to discover and develop interventions that enable people to lead longer and healthier lives.

We are not a traditional biotechnology company, nor are we an academic institution. We have combined the best parts of both without the constraints of either.

We are asking difficult questions about how we age and the diseases associated with the aging process. To find answers requires a long-term perspective, a relentless focus on understanding the basic biology of aging, utilizing and inventing state-of-the-art technology, enlisting advanced computing capabilities and nurturing a culture and values that guide the big and small decisions we make every day.

Our progress is charted in high-quality publications, our many collaborations and the expanding pipeline of early- and clinical-stage compounds that target diseases commonly linked with aging.

"Aging is like a snowball exponentially growing and gaining momentum as it rolls down a hill. Can we delay its start or reduce its speed? We believe the answer to these questions will be found in systems biology."

Principal Investigator