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Alexandra Stolzing

VP Research at SENS and Professor for Biogerontological Engineering at Loughborough University

Scientific career:

  • PhD on degradation of damaged proteins by aged microglia from Humboldt University, Berlin
  • Habilitierung (Professorial Qualification) for her thesis “Modification of aging in mesenchymal stem cells” from the University of Leipzig, Germany 
  • Kroto Research Institute (UK)
  • Group leader and deputy Head of Department at the Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology (Germany)
  • Professor for Biogerontological Engineering at Loughborough University, UK (full tenure in 2018)

In addition she has worked as VP for Research and CSO in start-up companies in the rejuvenation biology sector.


Visit website: https://www.lifespan.io/profile/dr-alexandra-stolzing/

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See also: Academia Loughborough University - Public Research university.

Alexandra Stolzing is also referenced in the following:

ARDD 2023 - 10th Aging Research & Drug Discovery Meeting

28-Aug-2023 to 01-Sep-2023

Event about latest progress in the molecular, cellular and organismal basis of aging organized by University of Copenhagen

Longevity Summit Dublin 2022

18-Sep-2022 to 20-Sep-2022

Event gathering Global Longevity and Rejuvenation community in Dublin with many longevity movement superstars as speakers

SENS Annual Report 2020

Quick summary of SENS’ latest research projects and other activities

Alexandra Stolzing News

Major mouse senolytics testing experiment is go!

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 13-Apr-2020

We'll almost certainly need a combination of drugs so look forward to seeing the results

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Articles written by Alexandra Stolzing

Major mouse senolytics testing experiment is go!

Lifespan.io (LEAF) - 13-Apr-2020

We'll almost certainly need a combination of drugs so look forward to seeing the results

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Bringing cryopreserved corpses back to life - fiction or reality?

The Conversation - 01-Dec-2016

So as for now it's still not possible to revive those who are cryopreserved

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