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AgeNet - Aging Research Network-Welcome to AgeNet!

AgeNet (Aging Research Network), is a charitable organization whose mission is to create a collaboration to raise awareness of Global Aging and address the barriers to developing therapies able to restore function to mature individuals.  Specifically, the participants in the network recognize the need for multiple historically disparate scientific disciplines to realize synergies to take advantage of new knowledge and capabilities. The network accomplishes this through:

  1. Educating the public of the near-term potential of the development of these technologies.
  2. Funding research relevant to addressing the cellular and molecular damage which lies at the root of all age-related disease.

With these two goals in mind, education and research, the network will seek to obtain financial support from private and public organizations and individuals to lessen the suffering and economic burden of age-related disease through scientific advances able to increase health.

A Landmark Paper

Kevin Perrot, Aubrey De Grey, Barbara Logan, Jan Vijg, Robert Butler, Judy Campisi, George Martin, Caleb Finch, Michael Rae, Michael Gough, Paul Logan
AgeNet held a meeting at Buck Institute for Research on Aging in August of 2009 which involved some of the best minds in aging policy and science.  The resulting paper, The Demographic and Biomedical Case for late-life interventions in aging was published in the prestigious journal of Science Translational Medicine in July of 2010.  The paper was seminal in that not only do the eminent authors assert that the scientific evidence now exists that make slowing the aging process down a possibility, but that new technologies such as those involving stem cells and regenerative medicine, stand to restore function and not just slow down its loss.


Oct 11 & 27, 2011
Acorn Society Presentation for the Buck Institute for Research on Aging

Sept 29, 2011
Presentation to the Arizona Council of Governments Area Agency on Aging for their 20th Annual Elder Issues Conference.

June 2, 2011
CEO of AgeNet Kevin Perrott accepts position of Vice President at the annual meeting of the American Aging Association.

April 28, 2011
CEO of AgeNet Kevin Perrott presents to the American Society on Aging at the Buck Institute for Reseach on Aging.

July 14, 2010
AgeNet announces the release of the landmark paper "The Demographic and Biomedical Case for late-life interventions in aging." published in the prestigious Science Translational Medicine.

Nov 25 and 26th, 2009
CEO of AgeNet Kevin Perrott provides the keynote presentation at ABCTech's Public Forum on stem cell therapies held in Edmonton and Calgary.

Sept 3-7, 2009
AgeNet attends Strategies for Engineered Negligible Senesence 4th Conference.

Aug 6-8, 2009
AgeNet co-sponsors the LifeStar World Health Initiative Scientific Program Meeting held at the Buck Institute for Research on Aging in Novato CA.

Aug 4, 2009
Alberta Council of Technologies - Stem Cell Therapeutics Planning Session

June 23, 2009
Alberta Council of Technologies - Regenerative Medicine: Stem Cell Therapeutics

June 1, 2009
38th Annual Meeting of the American Aging Association

May 18-20, 2009
13th Congress of the International Association of Biomedical Gerontology.

March 23, 2009
The Aging Research Network helps form LifeStar Institute

Sept 1, 2008
9th Annual Biomedical Engineering Conference held Oct 24, 2008, Banff, Alberta