Science and technology communicator
Maria Entraigues Abramson (USA, California) is currently Global Outreach Coordinator for the SENS Research Foundation co-founded by Dr. Aubrey de Grey.
Her main goal in life is to help radically extend human health-span using new biotechnologies and regenerative medicine so that one day old age will not bring illness and suffering.
Maria is an Argentinian-American singer, actress, composer, journalist and pilot. She is also a science and technology communicator and one of the leading voices in the field of Longevity.
She came to the US for the first time after being granted a full scholarship to study at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts. She later moved to sunny Los Angeles where she’s been established for the past 24 years.
Maria is a radical-change believer and spends her multifaceted life working on facilitating disruptive change to help the world. You can find her giving a scientific talk, singing live for thousands of people, composing and acting for a Hollywood film, doing music journalism, or flying an airplane. She was the appointed Cultural Attache to the Consulate General of Argentina in Los Angeles (2009–2012).
She is also a board member and part of the leadership of the Coalition for Radical Life Extension, International Longevity Alliance, Transhumanist Party of California and Lifeboat Foundation.
Maria is an ALCOR member and continuously advocates to promote Cryonics around the world. She’s been interviewed many times internationally on TV and printed media like; the Financial Times (UK), Discovery Channel (USA), Samanta Villar (Spain), Javier Cardenas (Spain), Galileo (Germany), Beverly Hills Times (USA), etc.
She writes a monthly column and does interviews, for Músico Pro by Music Makers Publications, the biggest music magazine in Spanish. In her professional artistic career, she’s been privileged to have toured the world as a singer with countless music celebrities, recording countless hours of professional studio sessions and composing and acting for Hollywood movies and TV. Currently she is doing her Tango show called “Tango Passion” every month at a famous club in Los Angeles.
Maria is happily married to Gary Abramson.