Do you know the age of your



A new approach to
understanding and combating age-related disease

Teal is developing advanced analytics capabilities to better understand aging and age-related disease. Their platform has been developed through years of research by the Wyss-Coray lab at Stanford University and is built on previous discoveries that proteins found in the blood can be used to develop organ-specific markers of age and physiology that reveal functional insights and predict disease progression.

The science Teal is pioneering focuses on developing a deeper understanding of aging biology using novel proteomics approaches. These new learnings serve as powerful predictors of age-related health risks. Teal uniquely approaches the challenge of measuring biological age by developing organ-specific aging models using proteins, and not DNA. Their technology has been demonstrated to be powerful at measuring the current physiological state of organs as well as predicting future degeneration and disease progression.


Our Science

Teal’s technology builds on over
25 years of academic research conducted in Stanford University's Wyss-Coray lab. The lab has focused is on brain aging and neurodegeneration with a specific interest in age-related cognitive decline and Alzheimer’s disease. From this work, it was discovered that circulatory blood factors can modulate brain structure and function and factors from young organisms can rejuvenate old brains.

Teal's science was built on the belief that a better understanding of aging biology will ultimately lead to insights that will accelerate the identification of new approaches for treating aging and age-related disease and their work focuses on the use of human proteomics as a tool for understanding aging and measuring health.

Our Team

A New Frontier in Measuring Aging

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