Preventing age-related cognitive decline by preserving the integrity of existing CNS neurons and repairing/regenerative damaged ones is at the heart of our Translational Neuroscience Group. We're using cutting-edge neuroregenerative medical technologies to push the envelope of practicality and possibility.
Ischemic heart disease kills more people worldwide every year than anything else and the risk of dying from it increases with age. Preventing heart disease and regenerative aged, damaged vasculature are at the core of our Regenerative Vasculature Medicine research program.
The need to repair the aging extracellular matrix (ECM) is an underappreciated aspect of modern regenerative medicine research. ICR is recruiting for a scientist with experience in human ECM biology and the motivation to create interventions that can repair aging ECM.
The potential of exosomes to accelerate discovery in regenerative medicine is beginning to be realized. Our lead scientist for exosome biology will test exosomes from numerous iPSC-derived cell types in many different regenerative biology models and will work to engineer "designer' exosomes.
Connective tissues and the extracellular matrices of cells like fibroblasts hold our bodies together, contribute to systemic and organ failure with age, yet remain underappreciated in the field of aging biology. We take multiple approaches to understand why connective tissues fail with age and how to repair and regenerate them.
Researching ways to formulate and deliver novel interventions is fundamental to our highly practical approach to fighting aging.
We're applying advanced machine learning tools to improve and accelerate our research in areas like early cancer detection and health and disease biomarker analysis. If you have deep experience using Bayesian methods for predictive statistics and modeling of biological datasets, then consider a position with us!
Our genomics research aims to identify the strong and weak points in the human genome as they relate to health and disease risk. We're diving deep into human genomes to improve personalized medicine through personalized genomics.
We are seeking an exceptionally talented scientist to serve as Associate Director for Scientific Programs. This is a unique opportunity to tackle some of the most challenging problems in human health and disease: how to repair aging people, fast.
We are dedicated to solving some of the most difficult problems in aging and age-related disease, in an effort to extend human healthspan. Our thriving In Vitro Diagnostics and Biomarkers team is central to that mission.
Creative thinking and innovative engineering are needed to accelerate the development of regenerative medicine strategies and interventions to slow biological aging and repair age-related damage. At ICR, our Gene Therapy Scientists and Genetic Engineers will tackle some of the hardest challenges in aging and regenerative medicine.
We build and analyze databases of health biomarker data to better predict and prevent disease. We're looking for talented bioinformatics scientists to join our team!
Regenerative medicine is the heart of what we do at ICR, with many parts centered on induced pluripotent stem (iPS) cells, iPS cell-derived stem cells, and their products (e.g. exosomes). We research and develop the most practical, high-impact products to regenerate aging human tissues and prevent age-related disease.
The aging immune system is thought to promote many, if not most, age-related diseases including cancer, atherosclerosis, cognitive aging, neurodegeneration and osteoarthritis. This position would lead our research efforts to regenerate the aged immune system, including creating engraftable iPSC-derived hematopoietic stem cells and solving the problem of thymic involution.
A position in Functional Genomics with us involves scientific detective work. You'll try to determine what roles SNPs that are "of unknown significance", "possibly damaging" and "likely deleterious" play in human health and disease, going from gene to protein to cell to system.
The rapid pace of scientific advancement requires sophisticated and innovative knowledge management skills. At ICR, our team of Knowledge and Information Management Scientists are essential collaborators with our bench researchers.
Increased fatigue is common with aging and can't always be overcome with proper diet, exercise or sufficient sleep. We're hiring talented scientists to research ways to counteract age-related fatigue and energy loss. Importantly, you won't be researching diet, exercise and sleep. We want to go beyond these areas.
We have open positions in a variety of research areas. Click below to visit our Careers page on LinkedIn and apply!