About Us

At Gowing Life we analyse the latest breakthroughs in ageing and longevity, with the sole aim to help you make the best decisions to maximise your healthy lifespan.

Our dedicated team of research analysts from Oxford University and University College London scan the news and breakthroughs in a multitude of areas including gene therapy, nutrition and stem cell treatment to select the most relevant and significant research in longevity.

For the first time in human history we find ourselves not only beginning to understand the biological mechanisms of aging, but there is increasing evidence that we can manipulate these mechanisms to potentially make old age, a disease we all suffer from, a thing of the past. We are dedicated to supporting the scientists around the world achieve this goal as soon as possible. After all, we are not getting any younger… yet!

Meet Our Team

Antonia Schultze-Mosgau

Chief Operating Officer

Antonia is a Ph.D. candidate in Physiology, Development and Neuroscience at the University of Cambridge with a focus on canine and comparative genomics of metabolic diseases, such as obesity, one of the driving factors that decrease lifespan. Previously, she conducted her research studies at the University of California, Berkeley, and the University of Oxford. She has a background in Behavioural and Experimental Economics, Psychology, and Cognitive Neuroscience (Neuroeconomics).

Dr. Avi Roy

Chief Scientific Advisor

Dr. Avi Roy is an Oxford based biomedical scientist, with degrees in biomedical science and computer science. He is a Research Fellow at the Institute for Translational Medicine at the University of Buckingham (BITM) and headed the Oxford University Scientific Society. He is an highly acknowledged expert in the longevity sceene who has shaped and followed scientific breakthroughs for decades. He is well versed in how to foster rejuvenation on the cellular level.

Dr. Aimee Slajer

Environmental & Animal Research Analyst

Dr. Aimee Slajer holds a DPhil (PhD) in Chemical Engineering from the University of Oxford. She also has a Masters in Environmental Engineering with an emphasis on using biological and chemical methods to treat drinking water, wastewater, and pollution. In addition, Aimee has undergraduate degrees in Biology, Chemistry, and Mathematics. She has three years of experience aiding manufacturing and energy production facilities comply with air and water quality regulations. She also has extensive experience designing and building bioreactors and monitoring water quality changes. Moreover, she worked as an editor at the prestigious journal Nature Sustainability, where she dealt with emerging technologies for pollution prevention and treatment.

Chris Curwen

Molecular Biology Research Analyst, Scientific Outreach Manager

Chris received his MSc in Gene and Cell Therapy, at University College London. He is currently the host and producer of two Longevity focused shows titled ‘Our Longevity Futures, and ‘Ask The Longevity Doctor’.

Alex Burford

Biomed Research Analyst

Alex has recently completed a BSc in Biomedical Science, from Balliol college, at the University of Oxford. He currently writes about ‘How we age’, and ‘How biotech will enable future human longevity’.

Nick Scarth

Front-End Developer

Nick is a computing graduate with over 6 years of web development experience. He has experience developing websites within many different sectors.

John Lucey

Head of IT

John has worked in the industry in different fields for more years than he cares to admit. Lock down images should now only be the images allowed in about us.

Join Our Team

Would you like to join our team and be part of exciting research about improving health, longevity, and well-being? If the answer is yes, you should apply for our Gowing Life Paid Internship Program.

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