Allosteric Bioscience Announces the Appointment of Dr. Susan Michaelis to its Scientific Advisory Board

NEW YORK, February 07, 2023--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Allosteric Bioscience, Inc., announced today that Dr. Susan Michaelis has joined its Scientific Advisory Board (SAB). Dr. Michaelis is a leading scientist working on fundamental cell and molecular processes related to human health, disease and longevity and she is a Professor of Cell Biology in the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine.

Dr. Michaelis is focused on understanding the mechanism of the premature aging genetic disease Progeria; the disease results in premature aging of individuals starting at about one year of age and these children generally don’t survive past their late teens. The disease is a result of a mutation in the human Lamin A gene which is critical for normal cell function. Her work involves Human Genetics, Genomics as well as Cell and Molecular Biology.

"Dr. Michaelis will be a great addition to the Allosteric Bioscience SAB due to her outstanding scientific skills addressing some of the proteins Allosteric Bioscience is targeting for improvement and optimization of the Aging and Longevity process," said Dr. Arthur P. Bollon, Ph.D., President and Co-Founder of Allosteric Bioscience, Inc.

"Allosteric Bioscience has a unique angle on aging research and aims to improve both lifespan and healthspan," said Dr. Susan Michaelis.

Dr. Michaelis will serve on the Scientific Advisory Board as an advisor on complex Aging and Longevity molecular mechanisms. Her insights will complement those of the leading scientists of the company’s team. Participation by Dr. Susan Michaelis (Consultant) as an advisor to Allosteric Bioscience, Inc. (Company) does not constitute or imply endorsement of Allosteric Bioscience, Inc. (Company) by Johns Hopkins University.

Allosteric Bioscience, Inc. is a biopharmaceutical company focused on using the Quantum Computer and advanced Artificial Intelligence integrated with biomedical sciences such as Genetics, Genomics, Cell Biology and others, for improving and optimizing the Aging and Longevity Process. The company is creating and analyzing chemical leads which have the potential for treating the premature aging disease Progeria and for optimizing the Normal Aging and Longevity process.

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For further information contact,
Dr. Arthur P. Bollon at, 469-585-7613
Bruce Meyers at, 646-391-7957