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Alexandra Stolzing, Ph.D.

Alexandra Stolzing

About Alexandra Stolzing, Ph.D.

Alexandra has dedicated her scientific career to the understanding and development of rejuvenation biology. She holds a PhD from Humboldt University Berlin for her work on degradation of damaged proteins by aged microglia, and received her Habilitierung (Professorial Qualification) at the University of Leipzig, Germany for her thesis “Modification of aging in mesenchymal stem cells” She worked at the Kroto Research Institute (UK) and as Group leader and deputy Head of Department at the Fraunhofer Institute for Cell Therapy and Immunology (Germany). She was tenured in 2018 as a full Professor for Biogerontological Engineering at Loughborough University, UK. In addition she has worked as VP for Research and CSO in start-up companies in the rejuvenation biology sector. She has over 70 academic publications and has led several international research consortia. Her research in aging spans areas including regenerative medicine, cell & gene therapy development and neurodegenerative diseases.

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April 13, 2020
It has been quite a while since the community had fundraised for the MMTP senolytics project; unfortunately, the start of the experiment was delayed due to a number of issues encountered along the way. However, today, we are delighted to announce that the experiment has been approved and has finally launched! The COVID-19 situation To...