December 16th 2015

December 16, 2015

$50,000 Challenge Grant Announced for December 14 to 31st

We are pleased to announce that the Foster Foundation, a longtime supporter of SENS Research Foundation, has offered us a final year end challenge. They will match dollar for dollar up to $50,000 raised from December 14th to 31st.

 

Formerly the Rose and Winslow Foster Family Foundation, the Foundation has provided over $150,000 in donations to SRF this year. We thank them for their amazing support of our mission. Help us secure this challenge grant by donating today and helping enable SRF's critical work to end age-related disease. So far we have received $8402.61 towards this challenge.

 
To donate go to www.sens.org/donate. 

 $125,000 Challenge FightAging.org Challenge Completed!

SENS Research Foundation is delighted to conform that our year-end challenge grant has now been fully funded, raising $250,000 in aid of our work -- and smashing last year's record of $180,000.

SENS Research Foundation thanks everyone who donated toward this goal for their support for the Fight Aging! 2015 Challenge. The $125,000 challenge was the largest in the history of SENS Research Foundation. We received over 1000 individual donations from over 700 donors! We are enormously grateful to these donors and to the individuals and organizations who joined forces to put together the $125,000 matching fund:

Fight Aging!

Josh Triplett

Christophe and Dominique Corneujols

Stefan Richter

forever-healthy.org

 
To each and every one of you we say a heartfelt thank you. Your donations will enable us to continue our work fighting the causes of age-related diseases like Alzheimer's, cancer, and cardiovascular disease.

Buck Institute Publishes in Cell Metabolism

 

Researchers at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging have published a new paper in Cell Metabolism. Entitled "Mitochondrial Dysfunction Induces Senescence with a Distinct Secretory Phenotype", this article describes a finding which "...provides alternative explanation for the free-radical theory of aging and suggests new role for mitochondria in affecting physiology". Performed in Dr. Judith Campisi's lab, this work received partial funding from SRF. Read the full press release on the Buck's website.

 

REMINDER: Apply Now for the 2016 Summer Scholars Program

 

Applications for the 2016 SENS Research Foundation Summer Scholars program are available now and will be accepted until February 1, 2016.

 

All interested students meeting eligibility requirements are encouraged to visit our website for details

 

 

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