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SRF Home | SENS Research Foundation - SRF develops and promotes rejuvenation biotechnology - true preventative medicine for the diseases of aging: Alzheimer's, cancer, heart disease and more.

  • http://www.sens.org/about About SENS Research Foundation | SENS Research Foundation - Learn more about SENS Research Foundation's experienced leadership, world-class research advisors and dedicated staff, as well as our financial history.
  • http://www.sens.org/about/about-the-foundation About SENS Research Foundation | SENS Research Foundation - SRF is a 501(c)(3) public charity working to research and promote comprehensive regenerative medicine solutions for the diseases and disabilities of aging.
  • http://www.sens.org/about/video-library Videos | SENS Research Foundation - Explore the SENS Research Foundation video library to see introductory animations, online coursework, presentations from our conferences and much more.
  • http://www.sens.org/about/leadership Leadership | SENS Research Foundation - SENS Research Foundation's experienced executive team are supported by our accomplished board of directors and our world-class research advisors.
  • http://www.sens.org/about/leadership/research-advisory-board Research Advisory Board | SENS Research Foundation - Meet the 28 distinguished scientists who make up SENS Research Foundation's advisory board, and read the Statement of Principles guiding their decisions.
  • http://www.sens.org/about/leadership/board-of-directors Board of Directors | SENS Research Foundation - The entrepreneurs and philanthropists who make up SENS Research Foundation's Board of Directors reflect our commitment to best practice in governance.
  • http://www.sens.org/about/leadership/executive-team Executive Team | SENS Research Foundation - Get to know SENS Research Foundation's experienced executive team: CEO Michael Kope, CSO Aubrey de Grey and Outreach Vice President Jerri Barrett.
  • http://www.sens.org/about/staff Staff | SENS Research Foundation - Browse a list of SENS Research Foundation's dedicated staff and the roles they play in moving towards our goal of a future free of age-related disease.
  • http://www.sens.org/about/organizational-reports Organizational Reports | SENS Research Foundation - Learn about SENS Research Foundation's accomplishments to date with downloadable copies of our Annual Reports, Research Reports, and public tax returns.
  • http://www.sens.org/about/general-faq General FAQ | SENS Research Foundation - Discover the answers to your most frequently asked questions about SENS Research Foundation, our mission, and what you can do to help.
  • http://www.sens.org/research Research | SENS Research Foundation - Learn about our unique preventative approach to age-related disease and the projects we're working on, at our lab and in universities around the world.
  • http://www.sens.org/research/aging-as-weve-known-it Aging as We've Known It | SENS Research Foundation - What exactly is "aging"? Why do terrible chronic diseases like dementia, heart disease and osteoporosis virtually never strike healthy young people?
  • http://www.sens.org/research/aging-as-weve-known-it/the-path-to-a-new-medicine The Path to a New Medicine | SENS Research Foundation - SRF is advancing a new strategy for preventing age-related disease, by repairing the damage that slowly but surely builds up in our bodies over the years.
  • http://www.sens.org/research/introduction-to-sens-research A Reimagined Research Strategy for Aging | SENS Research Foundation - Learn about the seven types of damage that build up during human aging, and the rejuvenation biotechnology that SRF is developing to repair each one.
  • http://www.sens.org/research/introduction-to-sens-research/extracellular-junk AmyloSENS: Removing junk from between cells | SENS Research Foundation - Clumps of worn-out protein interfere with healthy tissue function. AmyloSENS deals with removing them before the clog results in diseases like Alzheimer's.
  • http://www.sens.org/research/introduction-to-sens-research/intracellular-junk LysoSENS: Clearing waste accumulations out of cells | SENS Research Foundation - Our cells constantly recycle their contents, but some waste is just too tough to break down. LysoSENS aims to boost the recycling machinery with new tools.
  • http://www.sens.org/research/introduction-to-sens-research/extracellular-crosslinks GlycoSENS: Breaking extracellular crosslinks | SENS Research Foundation - Our skin and blood vessels become less elastic over time due to a build-up of molecular cross-links. GlycoSENS seeks ways to find and break those links.
  • http://www.sens.org/research/introduction-to-sens-research/cell-loss-and-atrophy RepleniSENS: Replacing lost cells | SENS Research Foundation - Stem cells top up most tissues in our body with fresh new cells throughout life. RepleniSENS fills the gaps that aren't covered by natural replacement.
  • http://www.sens.org/research/introduction-to-sens-research/deathresistant-cells ApoptoSENS: Removing dysfunctional cells | SENS Research Foundation - Cells that are past their expiry date naturally die, but a few types just won't go quietly. ApoptoSENS is about finding and removing these "zombie" cells.
  • http://www.sens.org/research/introduction-to-sens-research/cancerous-cells OncoSENS: Making cancerous mutations harmless | SENS Research Foundation - Cancer turns lethal when its uncontrolled growth outpaces the body's ability to contain it. OncoSENS works to enhance that control with new safety features.
  • http://www.sens.org/research/introduction-to-sens-research/mitochondrial-mutations MitoSENS: Preventing damage from mitochondrial mutations | SENS Research Foundation - Mitochondrial DNA mutations make cells a burden on their neighbours. MitoSENS is designed to provide back-up genes to keep them pulling their weight.
  • http://www.sens.org/research/introduction-to-sens-research/delivery-systems Delivery Systems: Building In Rejuvenation Biotechnologies | SENS Research Foundation - Discover how regenerative medicine techniques like stem cell and gene therapies will be used to make rejuvenation biotechnology accessible to everyone.
  • http://www.sens.org/research/grant-submission-process Grant Submission Process | SENS Research Foundation - SENS Research Foundation welcomes grant proposals from scientists whose research is closely aligned with our work. Learn how to submit your proposal here.
  • http://www.sens.org/research/intramural Intramural Research | SENS Research Foundation - Find out about the two major research projects SENS Research Foundation is conducting at our in-house Research Center in Mountain View, California.
  • http://www.sens.org/research/intramural/the-alt-mechanism OncoSENS: Making cancerous mutations harmless | SENS Research Foundation - ALT is a rare survival mechanism that allows some cancers to escape conventional treatments. We're working to discover how that door can be closed for good.
  • http://www.sens.org/research/extramural Extramural Research | SENS Research Foundation - Learn about the cutting edge research projects SENS Research Foundation is funding in some of the world's most prestigious universities and institutes.

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