day 1 agenda

6th World Aging and Rejuvenation Conference (ARC-2024)
July 08 - 10, 2023 at Paris, France
Scientific Program
Day-1 - July 08, 2024
08:20-08:45 Registrations
08:45- 09:00 Opening Remarks
Keynote Session
09:00- 09:30 2024 Update on Clinical Trial Progress to Slow or Reverse Normal Aging Processes
Ricardo Garay, National Center of Scientific Research, Paris, France
09:30- 10:00 The Hidden Power of Psychotherapy Interventions on Older Adults, even in Dementia
Lee Hyer, Gateway Behavioral Health, USA
10:00- 10:30 TBA
Antentor Hinton, Vanderbilt University, USA
10: 30-10:40 Group photo @ Garden
10:40-11:00      Refreshment Break 
Technical Session-I Healthy Aging and Longevity 
Chairs: TBA
11:00- 11:20 Health Behavior Change to Prevent Disease and Promote Wellness in Aging
Robin A. Majeski, University of Maryland at Baltimore County, USA
11:20- 11:40 Extreme longevity: The different points of view behind Long life
Silvana Mirella Aliberti, University of Salerno, Italy
11:40- 12:00 Developing an Intervention to Slow Down and/or Prevent the Progression of Frailty
Patrick McGowan, University of Victoria, Canada
12:00- 12:20 Oral hygiene associated longevity gains in 18.8 years of follow-up
Sok-Ja K Janket, Boston University, USA
12:20- 12:40 Molecular and Cellular Crosstalk between Bone and Brain: Accessing Bidirectional Neural and Musculoskeletal Signaling during Aging and Disease
Birgit Schilling, Buck Institute for Research on Aging, USA
12:40- 13:00 Reprogramming of Adult Human Dermal Fibroblasts to Induced Neural Precursor Cells Maintains Aging Signatures
Bronwen Connor, University of Auckland, New zealand
13:00- 13:20 Aging and senescence in preeclampsia
Vesna D. Garovic, Mayo Clinic , USA
13:20-14.00  Lunch @ Restaurant
Technical Session-II Aging Care Management
Chairs: TBA
14:00- 14:20     Micronutrients During Aging: Human Studies
Tilman Grune, German Institute of Human Nutrition Potsdam-Rehbruecke, Germany
14:20- 14:40     Workability, productivity and retention of older workers: A structured literature review
Pamela Knight, Anglia Ruskin University, UK
14:40- 15:00     Retirement intentions and choices of Filipino nurses working in the UK’s National Health System (NHS)
David Smith, Anglia Ruskin University, UK
15:00- 15:20     Process evaluation in elder care services- engaging with the workforce to identify opportunities for improvements from a complex intervention
Rosaline C Van de Weyer, Anglia Ruskin University, UK
15:20- 15:40     Transforming Care for Older Adults Living with Complex Health Conditions in Ontario Post-Covid
John Puxty, Queen's University, Canada
15:40- 16:00     TBA
Kiryl D. Piatkevich, Westlake University, China
16:00- 16:20       Refreshment Break 
16:20- 16:40     Dental management of patients with oral cancer
Igor Robert Blum, King's College London, UK
16:40- 17:00     Midlife diet and risk of dementia/mild cognitive impairment
Masaru Mimura, Keio University, Japan
Panel Discussions
Day-1 Concludes

day 2 agenda

Day-2 - July 09, 2024
09:30-10:30 Centenarian Consciousness: A Paradigm Shift for Healthy Longevity
Mario Martinez, Biocognitive Science Institute, USA
10:30-11:00 Keynote Slot Available
11:00- 11:20      Refreshment Break
Technical Session-III Anti-Aging Strategies and Drug Development
Chairs: TBA
11:20-11:40 Ironing out the photoaged skin with hydroxycinnamic acid derivatives as bifunctional antioxidants with strong iron chelating properties
Charareh Pourzand , University of Bath, UK
11:40-12:00 Cell level approach in studies of aging. Preliminary results of the method development and in searching for compounds with rejuvenation potential
Andrey Koptyug, Mid Sweden University, Sweden
12:00-12:20 LaMiNa: A Creative Synergistic Approach to Facial Rejuvenation
Julie Holesh, Claytor Noone Plastic Surgery, USA
12:20-12:50 Improvement of Mild Photoaged Facial Skin in Middle-Aged Chinese Females by a Supramolecular Retinol Plus Acetyl Hexapeptide-1 Containing Essence
Li yanan & Ye ying, Proya Cosmetics Co. Ltd., China
12:50-13:10 Beans and Mushrooms extracts: functional food with anti-aging and neuroprotecive propertise
Paola Coccetti, University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy
13:10-14:00  Lunch @ Restaurant
Technical Session-IV    TBA
Chairs: TBA
14:00-14:30  Symptom Management in the Older Adult: 2023 Update
Augustin Joseph & Balakrishna Vemula, Johns Hopkins University, USA
14:30-14:50  Residential segregation and depressive symptoms in older Chinese immigrants: The Mediating role of social processes
Fengyan Tang, University of Pittsburgh, USA
14:50-15:10  Partnering with hospital providers to facilitate handoff for persons with dementia in acute care settings
Vanessa Jeune, West Palm Beach VA Healthcare System, USA
15:10-15:30  Leydig cell development in pubertal male rats is blocked by perfluorotetradecanoic acid through decreasing AMPK-mTOR-autophagy pathway
Yingfen Ying, The Second Affiliated Hospital of Wenzhou Medical University, China
15:30-15:50  Dysregulation of membrane phospholipid synthesis causes development of age dependent metabolic disease
Marica Bakovic, University of Guelph, Canada
15:50-16:10  Protein self-assembly turning rogue: Prion replication in neuronal cells
Peter Kloehn, UCL Institute of Prion Diseases, UK
16:10-16:30  Effect Of Telephone-Delivered Psychoeducational Intervention On Burden And Quality Of Life Among Family Caregivers Of Persons With Dementia In West Malaysia
Syarifah Amirah Binti Syed Ahmad, International Islamic University, Malaysia
16:30-16:50  Time-Restricted Feeding as a Protective Strategy Against Age-Related Vascular Cognitive Impairment and Dementia
Stefano Tarantini, OUHSC, USA
16:50-17:10      Refreshment Break 
Poster Presentations
ARC -1 Effect of personalized 360° virtual reality videos on the well-being of institutionalized older adults
Restout Julie, University of Limoges, France
ARC-2 Association between sleep duration from mid-life to late-life and the risk of depressive symptoms: the Singapore Chinese Health Study
Huiqi Li, National Univeristy of singapore, Singapore
ARC -3 Comparing sensitivity and specificity of cognitive screening tests: the Minimental State Examination (MMSE), the Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination III (ACE-III) and the Mini-Addenbrooke’s Cognitive Examination (M-ACE) in the Polish population
Beata Kaczmarek, Department of Palliative Medicine, Poznan University of Medical Sciences, Poland
ARC -4 Psychology and Coping Mechanism of The Elderly
Rezdy Tofan Bhaskara, Brawijaya University General Hospital, Indonesia
ARC -5 The Effect of Mode of Delivery of Mixed Methods Training in Older Adults
Sarah Dawes-Clark, Cardiff Metropolitan University, UK
ARC -6 Impact of covid-19 on the consumption of sweets and snacks during covid-19 by older adults
Lillie Monroe-Lord, University of the District of Columbia, USA
ARC -7 The water extract of Ohwia caudata mitigates senescence in adipose-derived mesenchymal stem cells induced by doxorubicin
Chih-Yang Huang,Hualien Tzu Chi Hospital, Buddhist Tzu Chi Medical Foundation, Taiwan
ARC -8 Galangin-mediated enhancement of SIRT1 alleviates UVB-induced senescence in dermal fibroblasts through regulation of p53 acetylation and activation
Wei-Wen Kuo, China Medical University, Taiwan
ARC -9 Dying with dementia: Caregivers’ observations of their family members’ physical changes and/or behavioral/psychological decline during their last days
Cynthia Hovland, Cleveland State University, USA
ARC -10 Slot Available
Closing Remarks 
Note: This is a tentative program and subject to change
We are still accepting the abstracts. To book your slot, contact Dr. Alex Greenspan at 

day 3 agenda

Day-3 - July 10, 2024
Technical Session-V TBA
Chairs: TBA
11:00-11:20 HIV-1-infection Accelerates Neuroimmune Dysregulation in Aged Humanized Mice
Prasanta K Dash, University of Nebraska Medical Center, USA
11:20-11:40 Redefining cultural competency: practicing cultural humility
Mariela Gallo, City of Hope, USA
11:40-12:00 Exercise and quercetin in ageing-associated DNA repair and epigenetic modifications
Ciara Gallardo Juan, Ulster University, UK
12:00-12:20 Singapore’s Future Cohort of Ageing: The Challenges of Tomorrow’s New Old (TNO) – A Heartfelt Discussion
Kerindir Kaur, scwo, Singapore
12:20-12:40 Slot Available
12:40-13:00 Slot Available
13:00-13:20 Slot Available
13:20-14:00  Lunch @ Restaurant
Closing Remarks 
Note: This is a tentative program and subject to change
We are still accepting the abstracts. To book your slot, contact Dr. Alex Greenspan at 

Day-1 Virtual Agenda

Day-2 - July 9, 2024
Parallel Virtual session
10:10-10:30 iTRAQ Molecular Profiling of Skeletal and Cardiac muscle in Cancer Cachexia
Patsie Polly, UNSW Sydney, Australia
10:30-10:50 Sarcopenia In Older Surgical Patients
Summer Hassan, The university of Auckland, New Zealand
10:50-11:10 Nutritional status and food environment of the elderly population residing in tea gardens of a block of Darjeeling District, West Bengal, India
Kunal Singh Sullar,North Bengal medical college and hospital, Darjeeling, west Bengal, India
11:10-11:30 TBA
Zhihao Wang,Qilu Hospital, Shandong University, China
11:30-11:50 TBA
Jung Min Koh, Asan medical center, South Korea
11:50-12:10 Oral Physiology Associated with Chewing Patterns among the Elderly 
Yi-Fang Huang,Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, China
12:10-12:30 Quality of Life and Associated Factors among Oldest-Old in Turkey
Nese Karakas, Malatya Turgut Ozal University, Turkey
12:30-12:50 Slot Available
12:50-13:10 A game-based system for correcting upper limb compensation in rehabilation of elderly chronic post-stroke clients
Durairaj Ponraj, School of health and social sciences, Nanyang polytechnic, Singapore
13:10-13:30 Well-treatment or mistreatment: a question of territory
Di Patrizio, IFOSEP/ University of Strasbourg, France
13:30-13:50 Long-term efficacy of strategy-based memory training in older adults and the role of booster sessions
Elena Carbone,Department of General Psychology University of Padova, Italy
13:50-14:10 Slot Available
14:10-14:30 TBA
Margarida Maria Dias Nunes, Mestria do Ser LDA, Portugal
14:30-14:50 Efficacy and Patients' Satisfaction with the ORCAM MyEye Device Among Visually Impaired People: A Multicenter Study
Valeria Silvestri, Istituto di Ricovero e Cura a Carattere Scientifico (IRCCS), Rome, Italy
14:50-15:10 Slot Available
15:10-15:30 Aging in Multiple Sclerosis: Considerations for Rehabilitation
Hina Garg,Rocky Mountain University of Health Professions, USA
15:30-15:50 Slot Available
15:50-16:10 The role of long-lived proteins in aging and neurodgeneration
Jeffrey N Savas, Northwestern University, USA
16:10-16:30 T cell immune deficiency rather than chromosome instability predisposes patients with short telomere syndromes to squamous cancers
Mary Armanios,Johns Hopkins School of Medicine,USA
16:30-16:50 Lessons Learned from Age-Friendly, Team-Based Training
Sara Murphy,University of North Texas Health Science Center, USA
16:50-17:10 TBA
Josiane Budni, UNESC, Brazil
17:10-17:30 The Implementation of a Geriatrics Co-Management Model of Care Reduces Hospital Length of Stay
17:30-18:00 Cardiovascular Effects of Progeria and Its Treatment
Jay D. Humphrey, Yale University, USA
18:00-18:30 Cis P-tau is a central circulating and placental etiologic driver and therapeutic target of preeclampsia
Kun Ping Lu , Western University, Canada
18:30-18:50 TBA
18:50-19:10 Blood-brain barrier link to human cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease
Berislav Zlokovic, University of Southern California, Keck School of Medicine, USA
19:10-19:30 MFG-E8 Fragment (Medin): A Driver of Age-Related Arterial Dysfunction
Mingyi Wang, NIH, USA
Closing Remarks 
Note: This is a tentative program and subject to change
We are still accepting the abstracts. To book your slot, contact Dr. Alex Greenspan at 

Day-2 Virtual Agenda

Will be updated soon.