12/14/2011 Nu Skin Enterprises Acquires LifeGen Technologies
10/21/2010 - LifeGen Technologies awarded Phase I SBIR grant from the National Institute on Aging
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10/22/2009 - Nu Skin signs Research Agreement with LifeGen Technologies
LifeGen Co-founder Richard Weindruch featured on CBS's 60 Minutes news story on resveratrol and calorie
1/25/2009 Link to story and video
LifeGen researchers report that consumption of a low dose of the red wine molecule resveratrol mimics the gene
expression profile of mice subjected to a calorie-restricted diet.
6/4/2008 - PLoS ONE
LifeGen Technologies will not succeed without a strong team of financial, marketing, sales, administrative, and scientific research professionals. Exciting and enjoyable experiences, mutually beneficial relationships, and success is what LifeGen is all about.
The compensation for these positions is very competitive with the biotechnology industry including a significant stock option package in addition to excellent company benefits (health, dental, SIMPLE IRA, etc). LifeGen is an equal opportunity employer.
There are currently no open positions at LifeGen Technologies.
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