Job opportunity posting: SENS Research Foundation is looking to hire an Administrative Assistant on a full time basis to perform basic administration and some accounting tasks.
Job opportunity posting: SENS Research Foundation is looking to hire an Executive Assistant on a full time basis to assist the CEO/CSO with a number of administrative tasks.
Job opportunity posting: SENS Research Foundation is looking to hire a new Research Assistant on a part time contract basis, to assist the LysoSENS group.
Learn about how you can support SENS Research Foundation's work through the 2017 "Project for Awesome" video event.
Job opportunity posting: SENS Research Foundation is looking to hire a new Information Technology technician who specializes in network engineering and systems administration.
Job opportunity posting: SENS Research Foundation is seeking an executive to lead its campaign to develop high value donations.
Press Release: New Study Funded by SENS Research Foundation Sheds Greater Light on Diabetes and the Aging Process
Job advert for receptionist position available January 2015.
Calico / AbbVie collaboration announcement demonstrates growth of the Rejuvenation Biotechnology industryPosted by Mike Kope, CEO on September 04, 2014 | Outreach
Reuter's announced today the launch of a Calico/Abbvie agreement. SENS Research Foundation congratulates U.S. drugmaker AbbVie Inc and Calico on the excellent news of their collaboration.
SENS Research Foundation is pleased to announce that its Board has authorized a bridge loan to Arigos Biomedical, Inc.
The SENS6 conference was an amazing opportunity to engage in ongoing research in the field of biogerontology and regenerative medicine. I was really excited to attend a conference on such a scale and share the results of my 2013 summer research with Dr. Graca Almeida-Porada at the Wake Forest Institute for Regenerative Medicine with scientists from all over the world at the venerable University of Cambridge.
Attending the SENS6 conference was an awesome experience for me. Fascinating presentations about the latest advances in a wide range of regenerative medicine fields enthralled me from dawn till dusk. Each day was also punctuated by discussions about science and life experience, which usually continued deep into the night, and I can wholeheartedly say were no less informative than the scientific presentations themselves. I met a bunch of fellow students and researchers, who are also passionate about SRF’s mission. Finally, meeting well-known professors, whom I had previously only known through their publications, was a bit surreal to say the least.