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Glenn Foundation for Medical Research

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Organization Description

The Glenn Foundation for Medical Research was founded by Paul F. Glenn in 1965 to support research into the fundamental mechanisms of biological aging and ways to translate them into therapies aimed at extending the human lifespan. It has centers at multiple historically prestigious institutions, including Stanford, Princeton, Harvard, MIT, and the Buck Institute. The organization has, in previous years, offered researchers unsolicited funds with which to conduct research.