Our Mission is to extend the healthy human lifespan by making longevity-related treatments and therapies accessible to everyone.
Longevity-focused care (medicine that treats aging as a normal but treatable ailment) is rare. Accessing treatments that do exist is often expensive and only accessible to the highly educated and privileged. Far more life-saving treatments remain inaccessible to the rest of the world because they have not been fully researched or funded.
By identifying these innovations and funding their progress, the Longevity Science Foundation is accelerating the advancement of longevity care for everyone.
The Longevity Science Foundation is a global non-profit organization advancing the field of human longevity by funding research and development of medical technologies to extend the healthy human lifespan.
The long-term goal of the Longevity Science Foundation is to help make longevity-focused care accessible to everyone, no matter their background, by bringing cutting-edge science on aging out of the laboratory and into the mainstream.
Therapeutics is a branch of medicine that deals with the treatment and prevention of diseases and injuries. This can include medical devices, medications, nutritional therapy, and treatments like stem-cell therapies.
Personalized medicine, also called precision medicine, consists of customized therapies that are tailored to an individual’s unique medical profile. Personalized medicine practitioners look at characteristics like genetic markers to determine effective treatments and prevention for patients in areas including cancer treatment, heart disease risk, nutrition, and drug development.
Artificial Intelligence (AI) uses computer science and data to build machines that mimic human thought processes. The goal of AI is to improve machines’ abilities to learn and make rational decisions. AI applications will revolutionize medicine, from improved diagnosis timelines to faster drug discovery and more.
Predictive diagnostics use large amounts of data to better determine patient outcomes. Combining data and experiences from medical professionals, medical centers, and patients themselves, doctors are able to more effectively and efficiently diagnose and support patients, moving from a focus on treatment to a focus on prevention.