Healthy aging made possible
XPRIZE Healthspan is a 7-year, $101 million global competition to revolutionize the way we approach human aging.
As the single-largest XPRIZE Healthspan funder, Hevolution Foundation is committed to advancing geroscience and reshaping the approach to aging.
Mehmood Khan, PhD
CEO, Hevolution | Co-Title Sponsor
Adding decades of health is the greatest gift we can offer humanity. I believe that converging exponential technologies will enable us to make 100 years old the new 60.
Peter H. Diamandis, MD
Founder, Exec. Chairman, XPRIZE | Benefactor
By developing therapeutics that target biological aging rather than disease, we can revolutionize the way we think about and treat aging. If these trials are successful, we will prove that it is possible to improve health even as we age.
Jamie Justice, PhD
Exec. Dir. of XPRIZE Healthspan
I can think of no better place to spend my money than to extend the life of myself and the rest of the planet. I believe it was the concept of ‘why should I die with money?’ that inspired me to be part of this incredible venture.
CEO and Founder, SOLVE FSHD | Co-Title Sponsor
The Academy for Health and Lifespan Research and The Longevity Biotechnology Association are proud to support XPRIZE Healthspan. We are excited to see team competition fuel the field and witness the innovations that will help people live longer and healthier lives.
Risa Starr, MBA, MPH
Exec. Dir. of the Longevity Biotechnology Assoc. and The Academy for Health and Lifespan Research | Advisory Board Member
From space exploration to healthy life extension, XPRIZE is pushing the boundaries of what was previously thought impossible. I’m excited to be part of the XPRIZE Healthspan mission to change our lives, making them longer, healthier, and happier.
Founder of Longevity Vision Fund | Benefactor
Traditional medicine focuses on treating symptoms of injury, illness, or disease once they develop. This reactive system extends life, but doesn’t proactively improve health, leaving millions grappling with poor quality of life and related economic challenges in their later years.
If these trials are successful, we will prove that it is possible to improve health as we age. This prize will help us begin to create guidelines and new solutions for healthy aging.
Success would profoundly change our approach to aging and positively affect quality-of-life and healthcare costs. Working across all sectors, we can democratize health and create a future where aging is full of potential.