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Aeon Biosystems Ltd

Aeon Biosystems is a private/academic partnership with Cambridge University, the Genomics of Ageing Group at Liverpool University, Harvard Medical School dep...

  • Stage Concept Only
  • Industry Biotechnology
  • Location Cambridge, England, GB
  • Currency USD
  • Founded November 2013
  • Employees 2

Company Summary

Aeon Biosystems is a private/academic partnership with Cambridge University, the Genomics of Ageing Group at Liverpool University, Harvard Medical School department of Genetics and Imperial College department of Bioengineering. We are building health apps and a social health network to accelerate progress in ageing research, personalised medicine, and regenerative medicine. Global market in developed nations with increasing life-spans.

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    Soren C Stirling
    Director

    Soren Stirling is a researcher with the Genomics of Ageing Group, University of Liverpool.
    Originally a computer designer, since 2010 Soren has since created 3 genomic projects and two collaborations. His work in the field of ageing and genomics inspired the concepts to commercialise the work and accelerate research piplines beyond the academic model. These concepts formed Aeon Biosystems.

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    Soren C Stirling
    Director

    Soren Stirling is a researcher with the Genomics of Ageing Group, University of Liverpool.
    Originally a computer designer, since 2010 Soren has since created 3 genomic projects and two collaborations. His work in the field of ageing and genomics inspired the concepts to commercialise the work and accelerate research piplines beyond the academic model. These concepts formed Aeon Biosystems.

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    Soren C Stirling
    Director

    Soren Stirling is a researcher with the Genomics of Ageing Group, University of Liverpool.
    Originally a computer designer, since 2010 Soren has since created 3 genomic projects and two collaborations. His work in the field of ageing and genomics inspired the concepts to commercialise the work and accelerate research piplines beyond the academic model. These concepts formed Aeon Biosystems.

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    Barry Bentley
    Co Director

    Barry Bentley has recently joined the Schafer lab at the MRC Laboratory of Molecular Biology, Cambridge, where he is working on the project: functional mapping of neural circuits in C. elegans.

    Previous research includes a collaboration with Martin Peniak and the Advanced Concepts Team at the European Space Agency, exploring the application of evolutionary concepts to the design of neural control systems for planetary rovers.

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    Joao Pedro de Magalhaes
    Dr

    Dr de Magalhaes work focuses primarily on understanding why we age, a major puzzle of biology. Succinctly, my research integrates experimental and computational methods to help unravel the genetic, cellular, and molecular mechanisms of aging.
    Dr de Magalhaes is senior lecturer at the University of Liverpool at the Genomics of Ageing Group, before this he was a research fellow at Harvard Medical School in Genetics under Professor George Church.

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    Joao Pedro de Magalhaes
    Dr

    Dr de Magalhaes work focuses primarily on understanding why we age, a major puzzle of biology. Succinctly, my research integrates experimental and computational methods to help unravel the genetic, cellular, and molecular mechanisms of aging.
    Dr de Magalhaes is senior lecturer at the University of Liverpool at the Genomics of Ageing Group, before this he was a research fellow at Harvard Medical School in Genetics under Professor George Church.

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    George M Church
    Professor

    Professor Church is one of the leading scientists in the field of genomics, ageing and synthetic biology. He is Professor of Genetics, Harvard Medical School, Director of PersonalGenomes.org, providing the world's only open-access information source for human Genomic, Environmental & Trait data (GET). Innovations in "next generation" genome sequencing resulted in 12 companies. de is Director of the NIH Center for Excellence in Genomic Science.

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    Robert Learney
    Dr

    Dr. Robert M. Learney MSc MBBS
    is a James Dyson PhD Research Fellow at the Department of Bioengineering
    Imperial College London. He has worked extensively as a surgeon, in both neurosurgery and transplant surgery. He has been a clinical instructure and lecturer in physiology. He is now engaged in research and entrepeneurship at Imperial College London.