SENS Research Foundation has a student program called SRF Education. The SRF Education program can be an excellent way for students to get involved with the Foundation's work. If you're a student, or if you're just interested in learning, doing research, and getting involved, we strongly encourage you to apply for membership.
If you'd like to do research on rejuvenation biotechnologies, you have two options: you can either contact us about volunteering at our research center in Mountain View, California, or apply for one of SRF Education's materials grants that go out to university students working on their own SENS-related laboratory projects.
If you're a graduate student or current postdoc in biology/medicine: SRF can always use biologists to work on the various aspects of rejuvenation biotechnologies. There are many professors who are happy to supervise important projects that are interesting for scientific reasons and also have anti-aging potential. In general we have had great success by finding really committed young scientists who will join a laboratory with the right expertise and resources and will drive a project forward without getting distracted by the short-term goals of getting as many publications as possible.