Life Biosciences was co-founded in 2017 by David Sinclair, PhD, a professor in the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School, and Tristan Edwards, who developed its innovative structure as Chapter Two in his life, after a highly successful career as a global institutional investor, working across all asset classes.
The company’s novel Daughter company business model creates the robust research ecosystem required to forge industry leadership through two investment strategies. The first is to establish new companies, thereby extending the research of visionary scientists around the world. Secondly, Life Biosciences invests in other groundbreaking firms, providing them with the resources to maximize their potential.
In addition to Lua, there are six Daughter companies working independently and together within the Life Biosciences research environment. The company provides Daughter companies with the resources required to maximize human potential, including Lua’s AI-driven data and communications platform, experienced management, drug development experience, and a 25,000 square foot, state-of-the-art vivarium, robotics and drug screening facility in Cambridge, Mass, augmented by laboratories and offices on four continents.
Co-founded in 2017 by David Sinclair, PhD, AO, and Tristan Edwards, Life Biosciences is the first and largest biotech company addressing the eight pathways of age-related decline (ARD) in totality. It has established Daughter companies around the world, led by a Dream Team of respected scientists, to independently and collaboratively attack these pathways through pioneering research and product development. The company provides Daughter companies with resources to maximize human potential, including Lua’s AI-driven data and communications platform, drug development experience, and a 25,000 square foot, state-of-the-art vivarium, robotics and drug screening facility. Life Biosciences seeks to increase healthspans for everyone, including companion animals, by addressing the systemic breakdown of the body, rather than as a series of isolated symptoms and conditions.