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The Maximon Longevity Prize for Translational Research

This prize focuses on early-stage research that shows potential.

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The investment firm Maximon is awarding a prize of 50,000 Swiss francs to an organization that Maximon believes has engaged in research that is likely to improve healthspan and lifespan in humans. The full press release is provided here.

Maximon, Europe’s first longevity company builder, is launching the Maximon Longevity Prize for Translational Research, awarding breakthrough research in the field of longevity that has the potential to substantially increase the health-span or lifespan of humans.

Maximon pledges 50,000 CHF for the winner of the prize and commits to attracting more donors and sponsors to further support the cause. Two of Maximon’s ventures also pledge exclusive rewards for the prize recipient: Biolytica will provide a personalised longevity concierge program at the value of 20,000 CHF, and Avea will supply the winner with a one-year subscription for its science-based longevity supplements at the value of 5,000 CHF.

The prize is open to applications from all academic/non-profit researchers, inventors, scientists, students, or startup founders who either published their breakthrough research, hold the patent, or are in very advanced stages of research. The application window will be open for six months, starting on the 1st of March until the 31st of July 2022. You can apply here: https://www.maximon.com/longevityprize

“We are on a mission to extend the human health-span helping people to stay fit, healthy, and happy until old age. We believe that supporting bold breakthrough ideas and the scientists behind them is much neede to speed-up the translation of science to products and services available to everyone”, says Dr. Tobias Reichmuth, Founding Partner of Maximon. “With this prize, we are hoping to bridge the gap between science and clinic. Give exceptional researchers the resources they need to expand their work and accelerate their research to find interventions for a longevity society”, adds Dr. Ashish Rajput, Chief Scientific Officer at Maximon and member of the Jury Committee of the prize. Other members of the Jury include Prof. Brian Kennedy, Distinguished Professor, Department of Biochemistry and Physiology, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore, Prof. Dr. Collin Ewald, Assistant Professor at ETH Zurich.

The evaluation phase will take place in August 2022 and will culminate with a presentation of the top 3 finalists during the Longevity Investors Conference (LIC), taking place on September 28-30 at Le Grand Bellevue Hotel in Gstaad, Switzerland. The conference is the world’s leading and most private investors-focused conference in the field of longevity. The LIC brings together the most renowned longevity scientists, private and institutional investors, and family offices. The winner will be announced during a prize ceremony at the LIC Gala Dinner taking place on September 29 in Le Grand Bellevue Hotel, Gstaad.

For more information, please visit https://www.maximon.com/longevityprize

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