Aaron Traywick was an American life extension, transhumanism and biohacking community activist who sought to develop gene therapies in hopes of making widely accessible and inexpensive treatments available to the public for heretofore incurable conditions.
He advocated investment in radical approaches towards anti-aging, and intended to make “cutting edge biomedical technologies available for everyone.”
Traywick died Sunday, April 29, 2018 in Washington, DC. He was 28 years old.
He has been featured as a subject in a soon-to-be released documentary film directed by Ford Fischer: Transhuman: Biohackers and Immortalists.