Prevent. Restore. Preserve.

We use the power of science to alleviate suffering through
preventive and restorative medicine

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Activities

Funding research to develop interventions which remediate the molecular damage underlying the diseases of ageing
Public outreach and advocacy for ageing research
Evaluating the impact of biomedical discoveries on the economy
Hosting seminars and conferences
Encouraging young scientists to specialize in the areas of biogerontology
Acting as a think tank for ageing research policy
Evaluating the impact of biomedical discoveries on the economy

What we do

The objective of research conducted or funded by the Biogerontology Research Foundation (the BGRF) is to produce effective cures or treatments for the diseases and frailty commonly associated with ageing in the human population

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Team

Dmitry Kaminsky
TRUSTEES
New generation entrepreneur and well-known visionary originally from Eastern Europe
João Pedro de Magalhães
TRUSTEES
PhD, graduated in Microbiology
Alex Zhavoronkov
TRUSTEES
PhD, is the director and a trustee of the Biogerontology Research Foundation
David Chamber
TRUSTEES
Professional background is in advanced telecommunications

Administrative staff

Avi Roy
PRESIDENT
Franco Cortese
Affiliate Researcher with the Biogerontology Research Foundation
Robert P
MANAGER
Jakub S
MANAGER
Sven B
MANAGER
Victor B
MANAGER
Oli Z
MANAGER
Igor F
MANAGER
Victoria P
MANAGER

The book

The director of the BGRF wrote a book on the recent advances in biomedical research with potential to expand human life and health span and the possible effects of these technologies on the economies of the developed countries. The book will be published on the 2nd of July, 2013 by Palgrave Macmillan. Dr. Zhavoronkov has pledged to donate the expected royalty proceeds to ageing research.

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BGRF scientist propose new high-throughput in silico method for screening anti-ageing drugs

BGRF Funds A Major New Study Into Haematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation And Cancer

BGRF announces OncoFinder algorithm for minimising errors introduced by high-throughput transcriptome analysis

Updating economic growth models to consider advances in biomedicine: BGRF publishes original research

Advancing Ageing and Cancer Research

Aging Analytics and BGRF co-host inaugural 21st Century Medicine Forum on commercialising longevity research in London

Biogerontology Research Foundation publishes analysis of medical advances on social security funding

Treatments to Slow Aging and Stymie Chronic Disease in Older Adults on the Horizon

BGRF scientists to present advances in ageing research in China alongside eight Nobel Laureates