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Research: insights for a longer and healthier life

How you age is 90% defined by your everyday choices. Longevity medicine aims to align the health span with the life span. This can be achieved by eliminating diseases even closer to their origin. Namely, when they have not yet been able to manifest.


Longevity research has shown that upstream of disease and its symptoms, biological ageing is the best predictor of disease occurrence and mortality. Accordingly, the focus of longevity medicine is on measuring biological age as accurately as possible, using the latest precision medicine and integrating holistic life style interventions that lower biological age and slow the advance of biological ageing as much as possible.

Longevity Medicine combines the latest scientific and technological advances from the fields of biogerontology, gerontology, biotechnology, artificial intelligence, deep learning and omics analyses.


Glenn Foundation for Medical Research




Die Longevity Science Foundation

The Glenn Center is the first research centre to focus exclusively on the biology of human ageing.

Over the last 20 years, Dr. Peter Hauschild and his team have developed the concept of ideal health and, based on this, the Vienna School of Salutology®.

The Longevity Science Foundation, a non-profit organisation from Switzerland, is dedicated to expanding human longevity.

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The Waltraut Bergmann Foundation is a non-profit foundation based in Germany. It was founded in 2013 by the entrepreneur Waltraut Bergmann to improve the quality of life of older people and to research human ageing.


The Buck Institute for Research on Aging is an independent, non-profit research institution specialising in the study of ageing processes and age-related diseases.

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