Connect with a community of experts and leading minds in Longevity Biotech
On Deck Longevity Biotech (ODLB) is a continuous community for people to come together to build, join, or invest in revolutionary longevity biotechnology startups.
Connect with a community passionate about pushing the boundaries of anti-aging biotechnology
a belief that startups can push the boundaries of traditional health, and a desire to build, join, invest in startups to do so.
Exchange ideas with the best in Longevity
Peer-to-peer knowledge sharing
Navigate the biotech ecosystem supported by intimate masterminds with trusted peers
Access industry specific content you won’t find anywhere else
Thematic deep-dives from experts
High Signal Sessions With Industry’s Best
Ever-growing Library Of Content
Everything you need to make an impact in Longevity Biotech, for years to come
What does a typical month at ODLB look like?
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- Validate startup ideas
- Get early customers and product feedback
- Fundraise from top longevity investors
- Build relationships with longevity biotech leaders
- Support the next generation of longevity companies
- Get a pulse on the latest developments in longevity
To be a good fit for ODLB, you are probably:
- 100% committed to working in longevity for the next 5+ years of your career
- Interested in starting, joining, or investing in longevity biotech startups
- Have an operating or technical background
- Have an entrepreneurial spirit, or willing to adopt one
- Eager to be an active participant and contributor in a growing longevity-focused community
Our fellowship is here to support founders, investors, and operators at all stages of their development in longevity. If you don’t have a team or co-founder, OD Longevity Biotech is the perfect place to find one.
While having formal biology training is an advantage for starting longevity companies, it is not necessary. Many great founders in our industry come from diverse experience and backgrounds.
Our goal is to make the Fellowship accessible to the absolute best talent, no matter their financial situation.
All Fellows have the option to pay in four monthly installments (with no interest or additional charges). We also have a limited number of scholarships available thanks to our Access Fund. Information about scholarship applications will be provided to accepted Fellows closer to the kickoff date.
Between attending sessions, meeting other fellows 1:1, and curated mastermind groups you can expect to spend ~2 hours per week engaging with the program. We recognize that everyone in the program is working full time with busy schedules and a lot of personal commitments so engagement may vary week to week and that’s ok.
We have purposefully structured the program with your busy schedules in mind, allowing for structured content, a speaker series, and more curated small group sessions pairing those with challenges to those who have solved them before. We will also engage asynchronously on Slack. This structure will continue throughout the annual membership.
Yes: ODLB will be run entirely remotely. This enables participation from all corners of the world. We’ve mastered the playbook for building remote communities and relationship building online, and will apply the same approach here.
Post-COVID, we’ll return to organizing offline programming like dinners, small gatherings, and retreats, but the core Fellowship will remain a remote-first experience.
After one year of membership, you will have the opportunity to renew your membership. If you choose not to renew your membership, you will lose access to all On Deck platforms, networks, and content.