Events / Longer Life Foundation Pilot and Feasibility Informational Session

Longer Life Foundation Pilot and Feasibility Informational Session

12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.
Online - Zoom

Join for an informational luncheon session to learn more about how you could receive funding for Pilot & Feasibility grants up to $50,000/year from the Longer Life Foundation (LLF).

Drs. Brad Evanoff, Dominic Reeds, Dan Zimmerman and Preeti Dalawari will provide information and answer your questions regarding the type of funding that the LLF is seeking to support. Join to see how you can best qualify for this opportunity. The LLF looks to fund young investigators but can fund established investigators seeking a new research direction.

This session was originally scheduled for in-person, but will now be held over Zoom. Please contact to receive the link.

For more information, please visit the LLF webpage or view the LLF flyer (pdf).

Contact Karen Muehlhauser at

About the Longer Life Foundation (LLF):  The LLF is a not-for-profit organization that supports the study of scientific and public health factors predicting longevity and wellness.  We provide support to WashU faculty with pilot and feasibility grants for 1-2 years.