In Memoriam Norman Orentreich, MD

In Memoriam Norman Orentreich, MD

Dr. Norman Orentreich1922-2019 It is with profound sadness that we announce the recent passing of our Founder and Co-Director, Dr. Norman Orentreich. Dr. O, as he was known to staff, was a visionary and a charismatic leader who brought a remarkable passion and energy...

2018 OFAS Report of Directors

2018 OFAS Report of Directors

As we begin the new year, we at the Orentreich Foundation for the Advancement of Science (OFAS) are reminded of how grateful we are for our friends around the globe. We are pleased with the advances in our research this past year and for the...

OFAS Successfully Hosted AGA Session

OFAS Successfully Hosted AGA Session

This year, OFAS hosted a pre-meeting session at the AGE 47th Annual Meeting in Philadelphia. The theme of the conference was “Improving Resiliency to Delay Aging”, and the OFAS-sponsored session was focused on Nutrition and Longevity. The panel of speakers included:...

OFAS Hosting Session at AGE 47th Annual Meeting

OFAS Hosting Session at AGE 47th Annual Meeting

For years, Orentreich Foundation for the Advancement of Science has researched biomedical interventions to prevent, halt, or reverse those disorders that decrease the quality or length of life. Our groundbreaking research on dietary methionine restriction has shown...

OFAS Will Lead Their First Jane’s Walk

OFAS Will Lead Their First Jane’s Walk

The Orentreich Foundation for the Advancement of Science is excited to announce that we will be leading our first Jane’s Walk in New York City this year. For those who do not know, Jane’s Walk is an event inspired by Jane Jacobs, an activist who greatly influenced...

How Mindfulness Protects You as You Get Older

How Mindfulness Protects You as You Get Older

In our minds, old age is often associated with negative outcomes, such as a decline in physical health, but research consistently finds that older adults tend to experience more positive emotion than their younger counterparts. In this study, older adults reported...

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