July 11, 2009
Grossman is the nation’s leading proponent of “immortality medicine” and strongly believes that humankind stands on the verge of radical increases in longevity. Through his clinical practice in Denver, he has developed numerous protocols for measuring and modifying biological age and promoting longevity.
He practices anti-aging medicine in Denver and is board certified in chelation therapy and anti-aging medicine. He has developed novel techniques for personal cell storage with a view toward future therapeutic cloning applications and is involved in research and development of several nutritional formulations.
Dr. Grossman is on the medical board of Alcor Life Extension Foundation, one of the nation’s leading providers of cryonics services. He is also medical advisor of Cells4Life, a company providing personal cell storage through cryopreservation of viable DNA of individuals with a view toward future therapeutic cloning applications.
He grew up in Miami, Florida, received his B.A. from Brandeis University in 1968, his M.D. from The University of Florida in 1979 and has practiced medicine in Colorado since the early 1980s.
Dr. Grossman lectures frequently to both physician and lay audiences around the country and has written numerous articles for medical journals and the popular press. He is the author of The Baby Boomers’ Guide to Living Forever.