Thursday, March 23, 2023
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Tom Benson – Mitochondrial Transplantation Solves Mitochondrial Aging – EARD 2022

Tom Benson is CEO and Founder of Mitrix. He is a serial entrepreneur and scientist who founded 4 successful software, hardware, and science startups including Timepoint Corporation, Readybot, and Scott Systems. He has deep experience in acquisitions, negotiations, finance, project management, and marketing with a deep tech focus.

He was also a manager at the Linac Coherent Light Source (LCLS) facility at Stanford Linear Accelerator National Laboratory, where he gained interest in the imaging of mitochondria via x-ray crystallography and Cryo-EM. This work led him to explore the recent fundamental changes in scientific understanding of cellular energetics and mitochondrial systems of the body.


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18 thoughts on “Tom Benson – Mitochondrial Transplantation Solves Mitochondrial Aging – EARD 2022
  1. Honestly, I got a triple dose of stem cells 6 years ago, and I feel amazing. I'm almost 50, no wrinkles, the only sign of my age is a dad bod, and my beard is white. I shave that thing off, and I look anywhere between 30 and 45.

    Stem cells seem to be the key, at least if my experience is anything to go by.

  2. the three Rs… reduce, reuse, recycle… aren't the platelet mitochondria being reused rather than recycled? In fact isn't that the point, the platelet is being recycled, but it's a waste to break up and remake the mitochondria so just reuse them? I'm sure he means reuse when he's talking, I just feel reuse is more precise…

  3. Most proteins that appear in mitochondria are coded in the genomic DNA. Even if a fresh mitochondrion is introduced that houses a healthy complement of proteins, how long will that last in a less than healthy cell?

  4. There is no such thing like stem-cell. It's all bs. You should tell people what happened to this clone Dolly. As far as I know it was born already old and died soon.

  5. Tom gave a fantastic presentation! I know Tom has been very passionate about the potential that young mitochondrial transplantation can have so it’s exciting to see this progress! Bravo!

  6. Really exciting work, very encouraging.
    On various forums over the years I've posted the idea of creating synthetic mitochondria that could 'infect' patient cells & replace the native mitochondria – never got any replies.

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