Dr. Emil Kendziorra graduated summa cum laude from the University of Göttingen and did several years of cancer research in the hopes of contributing to longevity science. After realizing how slowly life-extension research was progressing he made a pivot into entrepreneurship. Emil was signed up at Alcor for several years, but realized that there was a need for a cryopreservation organization based in Europe and for more advancement in the field. After founding and selling two companies, Emil has decided to dedicate the next decades of this life to advancing medical Biostasis and cryomedicine. He has no intention of ever starting another company, and considers Tomorrow his life's work.
Fernando Azevedo Pinheiro graduated from the Federal University of Santa Catarina in Brazil in Civil and Industrial Engineering and started his career as a Planning Engineer. After realizing that Civil Engineering wasn't for him, he joined Rocket Internet in their LATAM HQ in São Paulo, where he held managerial and C-Level positions (CEO and COO) within their portfolio companies. He then co-founded 2 digital companies. After several years working with tech companies, Fernando wanted a project that could have a much higher impact on humankind. He met Emil and decided to join him as co-founder of Tomorrow Bio. Fernando joined this project for the long haul to help build a world where people can choose how long they want to live.
Currently we only accept members who are based in Europe, since this is where we provide the best medical coverage. However, we provide worldwide coverage in case one of our members dies outside of Europe.
Where to find us
+49 30 62922609 Rungestraße 25, 10179 Berlin Germany
The Biostasis Emergency App can help Tomorrow Bio to be notified quickly in case of an unexpected death or emergency. The app has both a time based trigger and a pulse based trigger that connects with wearable devices. Get the app manual.
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Disclaimer: Cryopreservation / Biostasis only provides a chance for a potential future revival, but no one can guarantee if and when such technology will be available in the future.