NewLimit is treating age-related disease to extend human healthspan
By conducting in-house research.
By collaborating with the world’s top academic and clinical experts.
By translating scientific discoveries into real world products.
NewLimit is developing epigenetic reprogramming medicines to treat diseases with large unmet needs.
NewLimit is composed of experts across cell biology, genomics, computational biology, machine learning, and operations.
We collaborate across disciplines to design experiments and models that build upon each other.
We work iteratively and move quickly to build technologies and generate enabling data. Each experiment informs the next. NewLimit’s organizational strategy and operations team works to continually increase the efficiency of our product progress per unit time, dollars spent, and equity burned.
We’re attempting a moonshot. We never want to let pessimism creep into our thinking, and we never want to delude ourselves either. Always seek truth and see reality for what it is.
NewLimit’s mission is ambitious and important. We seek to make the workplace an environment where we can focus our full attention on making progress towards our goal.
We value communication that is concise, clear, energizing, and kind.
We don’t let negative third parties derail us from accomplishing our mission. We seek input from parties who have our best interest at heart, and come to our own conclusions. We have the courage to do the right thing, even in the face of criticism.
Top talent in every seat
We’re a high performance team. We hire and develop the best. We cast a wide net to find great people from any background. We expect the most of our employees, and continuously work to earn their commitment.
To have the impact we want, we’ll need to generate large revenue streams. We don’t apologize for building a for-profit company; on the contrary, we feel it is a key part of our strategy that will help accomplish the mission.
Safety, then speed
Have the ultimate respect and humility when dealing with human life. First, do no harm. Once reasonable steps have been taken to ensure safety, recognize that speed of execution is paramount. We can go even faster where human life is not at stake, and we always look for ways to eliminate inefficiency and improve cycle time.