Undoing Aging will Return in 2019
Announcement solidifies the Undoing Aging Conference Series as an Annual Event
MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. / BERLIN, Germany — March 23rd, 2018 — SENS Research Foundation (SRF) and Forever Healthy Foundation (FHF) have announced that, due to the incredible success of the 2018 Undoing Aging Conference in Berlin, Undoing Aging will return in 2019. This will be an annual conference series, co-sponsored by SRF and FHF to promote awareness of age-related disease and the ongoing scientific breakthroughs in rejuvenation biotechnology.
Undoing Aging 2019 will once again focus on bringing together scientists from around the globe who are leading the charge in combating age-related disease in their respective fields. It is through the collaborative efforts of these scientists, investors, policy makers, and media partners that we will continue to expand the rejuvenation biotechnology industry and Reimagine Aging.
About Forever Healthy Foundation
Forever Healthy Foundation is a private nonprofit initiative whose mission is to enable people to vastly extend their healthy lifespans and be part of the first generation to cure aging. To accelerate the development of therapies to get aging under full medical control, the Forever Healthy Foundation directly funds cutting edge research aimed at the molecular and cellular repair of damage caused by the aging process and supports the creation of startups turning that research into therapies for human application. For more information, visit www.forever-healthy.org
About SENS Research Foundation (SRF)
SENS Research Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit that works to research, develop, and promote comprehensive regenerative medicine solutions for the diseases of aging. SRF is focused on a damage repair paradigm for treating the diseases of aging, which it advances through scientific research, advocacy, and education. SENS Research Foundation supports research projects at universities and institutes around the world with the goal of curing such age-related diseases as macular degeneration, heart disease, cancer, and Alzheimer's disease. Educating the public and training researchers to support a growing regenerative medicine field are also major endeavors of the organization that are being accomplished though advocacy campaigns and educational programs. For more information, visit www.sens.org