Theme: Destined Future of Healthy Aging
Aging Meet 2020
About the Conference:
Organising forefront conferences has been at the heart of ME Conferences. We deliver more than just superbly run meetings: we add the vision and flair that will facilitate our participants to traverse through the top notch researches and newest advancements Under the flagship of ME Conferences we are here with the leading Dermatology Event this year, The “2nd Aging, Health and Wellness” conference: For A Better Aging Care amidst June 22-23, 2020. Aging Meet enables the participants to “Destined Future Of Healthy Aging.”
Aging Meet 2020 is a global event which focuses on the core knowledge and advancements in the expanding field of Aging and Geriatric Medicine by attracting experts and professionals worldwide. This is an international platform to discuss about the innovative and advanced researches and developments in Aging, health and wellness. It is a glorious opportunity to meet prominent personalities and learn the most recent technological researches.
Why to attend Aging Conference?
Aging Meet 2020 aims to gather academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their researches and experiences on all the aspects of Aging and Geriatrics. Aging Meet 2020 provides premier multidisciplinary information for researches, practitioners and scholars to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends and researches and discuss the solutions of aging and geriatric medicine. The ultimate achievement of the conference is to help the medical professionals, scholars and general public to understand, create awareness and help the elder people across the world.
Why not come, network and unwind the best of Aging Research?
For our participants to get most of the aspects of Aging and Geriatrics, we incorporated multiple sessions enhancing the length and breadth of the conference. These include
- Dermatology Scientists
- Geriatric Physicians
- Medical Directors
- Dental Professionals
- Geriatric Doctors
- Clinical Geriatrics
- Geriatric Nurses
- Geriatric Specialist
- Occupational Therapists
- Healthcare Faculty
- Social Workers
- Community care coordinators
- Palliative care specialists
- Business delegates and industry professionals
- Cosmetic Manufacturing Industries
- Students and others interested in the field of Geriatrics
Track 1: Evolution of Aging
Aging is a process where there is decrease of reproduction and body functions in adult age. The occurrence of aging is a natural process. The human life expectancy has increased worldwide. The divergence from our recent ancestor evolved to double its previous value. From the last 200 years we can see the substantial increase, about 2.5 years per decade. Environmental changes, improved food, water, hygiene and living conditions reduced infectious diseases with the help of improved medicine, antibiotics and immunization. Modern humans adapt a different environment compared to the past with prevention from infectious diseases and harsh physical conditions. Aging is neither inevitable nor universal. In humans age related changes are well documented and aging has proved to be a complex process of functional decline and diverse pathologies in different tissues. The rate of aging is influenced by genes. Some mechanisms of aging are evolutionarily conserved.
Track 2: Genetics of Aging
Genetics of aging deals with life extension which is associated with genetic alterations leading to changes in lifespan. There is an unprecedented rise in human life expectancy in the past two centuries. Sustaining longer lives will require an understanding of the topics like mechanisms of aging and genetics is considered as a powerful tool for the identification of these mechanisms.
The study that deals with the health care of elderly people is called geriatrics. The aim is to promote better health to the elder people by treating and preventing the diseases and physical problems and disabilities in older adults. Geriatrics is also called as medical gerontology. Gerontology and geriatrics are used often used interchangeably, but there are differences between the two words. Gerontology mainly studies about the biological, cultural, social, cognitive and psychological aspects of ageing, whereas Geriatrics or geriatric medicine is a study that focuses specially on health care of elder people.
Track 4: Effects and Signs of Aging
Most of the people age healthy and comfortably. Such people’s physiologic age will be younger than their chronological age. Other people may experience many physical effects which may affect their healthy aging. Following are the different effects of aging:
- Aging muscles
- Aging bones
- Aging joints
- Dysfunction of immune system
The significant signs of aging appear at the ages 50-60. They are as follows:
- Wrinkles and sagging skin
- Dry or itchy skin
- Gaunt hands
- Age spots
- Hair loss
- Inflammation or hyperpigmentation
- Decrease in vision
- Some degree of hearing loss
- Stooped posture
- Decrease in overall energy
- Whitening or greying of hair
Track 5: Aging Disorders
Disorders or diseases which are associated with aging are more likely to appear in early 60’s. The incidence of the following disorders will increase gradually with age. Aging disorders does not refer to childhood diseases like chicken pox but it refers to disorders of elder people. The following are some of the disorders of aging.
Track 6: Anti-Aging Strategies
Aging is a biological process which is unavoidable. For the perception of health in human beings and their well-being, certain anti-aging strategies have been developed.
- Augmentation of autophagy
- Elimination of senescent cells
- Transfusion of plasma from young blood
- Physical exercise
- Antioxidant intake
- Stem cell therapy
- Enhancement of adult neurogenesis
Track 7: Neuroscience of Aging
The study of changes in the nervous system that occur during aging is called neuroscience of aging. The normal functional changes noticed are inability to focus, decrease in processing speed, decreased neural efficiency and nerve conductance. Some of the pathological changes associated with neurology are:
- Alzheimer’s disease
- Parkinson’s disease
- Vascular dementia
- Multiple system atrophy
- Corticobasal degeneration
- Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis
- Dementia with lewy bodies
Track 8: Process of Aging
The process of changes that appear in every human being from infant to old age is known as aging. Several changes of cells, organ systems can be seen. The gradual decrease of body functions is known as aging.
Track 9: Theories of Aging
Regarding the mechanism of age related changes, there are many theories. All the aging theories must meet few important criteria. Some of the important topics of theories are that the body’s immune system tends to attack and destroy its own cells due to failure of distinguishing foreign proteins from body’s own proteins. Also, due to repeated cells and tissues they tend to wear out resulting in aging. Occurrence of theory addresses in all human beings is changed by aging. The process is progressive based on time. Some of the theories of aging are:
- Aging by program
- Gene theory
- Auto Immune Theory
- Wear and Tear Theory
- Rate of Living Theory
- Free Radical Theory
- Cross-Linkage Theory
Track 10: Successful Aging
Acquiring freedom from diseases and disabilities, high intellectual and physical functioning and active involvement in happy life leads to a successful aging. Some of the factors for successful aging are happy marriage, greater social support, higher levels of education and more social contacts. The main reasons are low rates of depression and high rates of resilience. Common factors effecting are healthy body mass index, good medical conditions, exercise and better self-rated health. The factors can be categorised into three types.
- Social factors
- Psychological factors
- Physical factors
Track 11: Life Expectancy
The statistical measure of average time of a person from birth to death is called life expectancy. It is known based on the birth date, current age and demographic factors.
Factors influencing life expectancy:
Track 12: Premature Aging
The phenomenon where a person starts aging earlier than expected age is known as premature aging. There are several factors that effect the premature aging. They are as follows:
Track 13: Rejuvenation
A medical discipline focusing on practicals to reverse aging process is known as rejuvenation. It helps in studying the life extension strategies for opposing the causes in order to slow the aging process. Its main aim is to repair or replace a damaged tissue with a new tissue.
Track 14: Cosmetic Surgery: Face & Body Contouring
Reconstruction, correction or desired changes on different parts of body through plastic surgeries to look younger and beautiful than actual age is called as cosmetic surgery. The trending surgery is the facial cosmetic surgeries which include eyelid surgery, rhinoplasty also called as nose job, facelift, brow lift and cheek augmentation.
Common cosmetic surgeries:
Track 15: Identifying Anti Aging Products
The dermatologists mostly recommend the products which contain the following elements like retinoids which contain vitamin A derivatives which promote even skin tone. Peptides repair the damages skin, antioxidants helps in fighting free radicals, hydrochloric acid shea butter and ceramids helps in moisturizing the skin and prevents allergic effects of anti-aging ingredients.
Track 16: Aging- Immune System
The most recognized causes of aging is the decrease in immune system functioning. The elder people are by no means immunodeficient, hence they do not respond efficiently to the antigens. This leads to influenza in people aged 70 years or above.
Effects of aging on immune system:
- Reduced production of B and T cells in bone marrow and thymus.
- Decline in the function of mature lymphocytes
- Decrease in the production of growth hormone
- Immune system stops responding to vaccines
- Gets sick more often
- Fail in wound repair mechanisms
- Anti-microbial immunity is weekend
Track 17: Geroscience
The journal which deals with the study of biology of aging, and chronic age- related diseases and improve the quality of life and life span of elder people. It is an international peer which is reviewed every month to show the process of aging and to take certain measures to increase the human life span. Geroscience encourages manuscripts and mechanisms related to aging and chronic age related diseases such as:
- Chronic low-grade inflammation
- Cellular senescence
- Macromolecular damage
- Oxidative- nitrative stress
- Impaired stem cell function and regeneration
- Impaired mitochondrial function
- Cellular metabolism
Track 18: Aging/Geriatric Rehabilitation
The branch of medicine which aims to restore the functional ability and quality of life of the older people suffering with physical impairments or disabilities by knee and hip replacements, the rehabilitation physicians use physical, occupational and speech therapies. Aged people frequently suffer from physical and mental changes. The important geriatric rehabilitation is communication which acts as a key role. It welcomes studies with experimental approaches which includes investigations using cultured cells. The main aim of geriatric rehabilitation is to increase the life span and the quality of life of aged people.
Track 19: Elder Abuse, Law &Aging
Mistreating elders is known as elder abuse which causes harm to the older persons. There are many circumstances which come under elder abuse. This includes harms caused by people. The older person may know them or shares a relation with them like family member, friend, relative or neighbour and care takers. There are several types of abuses.
- Physical Abuse: slapping, hitting, pushing, improper medication etc.
- Psychological: includes criticizing, blaming, humiliating the person etc.
- Elder Financial Abuse: misappropriation of financial resources by family, strangers or care takers.
- Abandonment: abandoning the person or unattending them for a long period of time by endangering their health.
- Neglect: intentional depriving the person from food, clothing, medical attention, shelter etc.
- Self-Neglect: persons neglecting themselves by not caring about their health, safety which may lead to illness, injury or death. This nature of self-neglect is caused decline of mental awareness.
Track 20: Dermatology
The branch of medicine dealing with skin and skin diseases or skin related problems is called as dermatology. Cosmetic treatments such as facelift, liposuction and blepharoplasty come under cosmetic dermatology. We can find various fields under the branch of dermatology such as Dermatopathology which deals with the study of skin diseases and its effects. Trichology deals with the study of hair loss, hypertrichosis and hair abnormalities. Immunodermatology deals with the study of immune medicated or related skin diseases. Pediatric Dermatology is the study of skin related issues in different age groups. And Dermatoepidemiology deals with the study of skin diseases at population level.
Track 21: Gerascophobia
The fear of aging or growing old is known as Gerascophobia. The symptoms of this problem are as follows:
- Biological failure: People suffering from gerascophobia fear from age-related diseases and fading of their health and beauty. This starts when there is loss of body functionality such as tooth decay, eye sight problems, diabetes, blood pressure and hearing loss.
- Surgery: People undergo plastic surgeries to look younger and wrinkle reduction treatments. This is considered as an early symptom of gerascophobia.
- Fading Sense of purpose: Due to irreversible bad health conditions people tend to fear and lose hope which leads to fading sense of purpose towards life
- Being an easy Crime Target: Elder people are considered as weak and easy targets to get robbed and elder abuse and thievery because of being weaker, slow reactions and less able to defend themselves.
Market Analysis of Aging Conference:
Importance and Scope:
Aging Meet 2020 is a unique gathering to share and gain knowledge in the field of Aging and Geriatrics. The main aim is to promote healthy aging and generate new ideas.
Aging Meet 2020 aims to bring Globally renowned speakers, Geriatricians, Geriatric Physicians, Doctors, Professors, Social Workers, Health care administrations, Nurses, Researchers and Students from different regions together and share their valuable ideas and researches in the field of Aging and Geriatrics.
Global Market Analysis of Aging Health and Wellness :
Aging is defined as the state of being where the body functioning gradually slows down.
From previous analysis it is found that the older adults were aging in a healthy and systematic way and the following generation may also age in a healthy way.
- From the analysis it is estimated that older persons growth rate will be increased much faster by 2030.
- Aging market is expected to have a healthy growth over the period with the increase of older adults population and their care management services.
- North America, Asia Pacific, Latin America and MEA are considered as key regional markets for aging and gerontology.
- The aging market is expected to show a positive market trend with a value of US$ 79.5 Billion by 2024 with a growing CAGR of 7.98% during 2019-2024.
- North America, Europe and Asia-Pacific hold a market share up to 60%.
- Abu Dhabi shares the biggest land size of the total emirates and is the capital of the country.
- The male shares the majority of population whereas the female shares only 33.5%.
- 16.9% of the population are between 15-64 years of age.
- Only 1.0% of the population is shared by the age group above or equal to 65.
- The causes of mortality in this region are: circulatory system-37%, nutrition deficiency-2%, cancer-16%, other causes-24%.
- The mortality rate of the age groups between 30-70 years is 19.0%
List of Universities Associated with Aging and Health in Worldwide:
Miami University-Oxford, United States
Ithaca College, USA
University of Toronto, Canada
Curtin University of Technology, Australia
University of Nebraska at Omaha, United States
University of Freiburg, Germany
Case Western Reserve University, United States
University of Edinburgh, UK
University of Rostock, Germany
University of Manitoba, Canada
List of Universities Associated with Aging and Health in Asia:
National University of Singapore, Singapore
Tsinghua University, China
University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
The University of Tokyo, Japan
Seoul National University, South Korea
Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Shanghai Jiao Tong University, China
King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
Tel Aviv University, Israel
Qatar University, Qatar
List of Organizations Associated with Aging and Health in Worldwide:
AARP, United States
American Federation for Aging Research, USA
Alberta Association on Gerontology, Canada
Federal interagency Forum on Aging-Related Statistics, USA
Alzheimer‘s Disease International, UK
Aging Research Center, Sweden
American Society on Aging, USA
Alzheimer‘s Society, UK
British Columbia Psychogeriatric Association, Canada
Australian Association of Gerontology, Australia
National Association of Area Agencies on Aging, USA
List of Research Centers Associated with Aging and Health in Worldwide:
Ageing Research Center, Australia
Aging Research Center, Sweden
Alzheimer‘s and Aging Research Center, USA
Alzheimer‘s Disease Research Center, USA
ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Aging Research, Australia
Arizona Center of Aging, USA
Aston Research Centre for Healthy Aging, UK
Australian Institute for Population Aging Research, Australia
Barshop Institute for Longevity and Aging Studies, USA
Baycrest Research Centre for Aging and the Brain, Canada
List of Related Societies:
USA and Canada: American Society on Aging; American Geriatrics Society; Gerontological Society of America; American Association for Geriatric psychiatry; Gerontology Society of America; American Geriatrics Society Annual Scientific Meeting; Arizona Geriatrics Society; Oregon Geriatrics Society; The Canadian Geriatrics Society; American Geriatrics Society; The Gerontological Society of America; Skin Cancer Foundation; Argentine Society of Dermatology; International Society of Dermatopathology; Canadian Dermatology Society; Primary Care Dermatology Society of Canada; American Society for Dermatologic Surgery; American Society for Laser Medicine and Surgery; Asian Society for Pigment Cell Research; Pan American Society for Pigment Cell Research; Brazilian society of Dermatology; Latin American Paediatric Dermatologic Society; European Nail Society; Danish Dermatological Society; German Dermatological Society; Italian Society of Surgical oncology and Oncological Dermatology; Italian Society of Dermatology; French Society of Dermatology; French Society of Dermatological Research; European association of Dermato-oncology; Spanish Academy of Dermatology and Venereology.
Europe: European Union of Geriatric Medicine Society; European Geriatric Medicine Society; German Society of Gerontology and Geriatrics; Australian and New Zealand Society for Geriatric Medicine; European Union Geriatric Medicine Society; Alzheimer‘s Society; Austrian Society for Dermatology and Venereology; Geriatric Society of India; European Nail Society; European society for cosmetic and Aesthetic Dermatology; European Society of Contact Dermatitis; Australasian Dermatopathology Society; Italian Society of Surgical oncology and Oncological Dermatology; Italian Society of Dermatology; French Society of Dermatology; French Society of Dermatology Research; Finnish Dermatological Society; Australasian Dermatopathology Society; Austrian Society of Dermatology and Venereology; Turkish Society of Dermatopathology; Japanese Society of Anti-Aging Medicine; Cosmetic Dermatology Society of India; Society for Clinical and Medical Hair Removal.
Asia Pacific: Cosmetic Dermatology Society of India; Society for Clinical and Medical Hair Removal; The Society of Permanent Cosmetic Professionals; Society for Cutaneous Ultrastructure Research; Asian Society for Pigment Cell Research; New Zealand Dermatological Society; Asian Dermatological Association Ltd; Korean Dermatological Association; Asian Academy of Dermatology and Venereology; Hong Kong Society of Dermatology and Venereology
Middle East: British Geriatric Society; Alzheimer‘s Society; Academic Geriatrics Society of Turkey; The Japanese Dermatological Association; Chinese Society of Dermatology; International Society of Dermatology; Turkish Society of Dermatopathology; Emirates Dermatology Society; Jordanian Society of Dermatology and Venereology; Iranian Society of Dermatology; Israel Society of Dermatology and Venerology; Kuwait Society of Dermatologists; Oman Dermatology Society; Saudi Society of Dermatology and Dermatologic Surgery
Related Conferences :
- 2nd International Conference on Dermatology, Pathology and Cosmetology April 01-02, 2020 Paris, France
- 26th International Conference on Skincare and Cosmetology October 14-15, 2020 Prague, Czech Republic
- 22nd World Dermatology and Aesthetic Congress, March 26-27, 2020 Abu Dhabi, UAE
- 3rd International Dermatology Conference: Skin and Body, August 13-14, 2020 Dubai, UAE
- 3rd World Cosmetic and Dermatology Congress, August 13-14, 2020 Dubai, UAE
- 4th Annual Conference on Skin Cancer and Dermatology December 10-11, 2020 Abu Dhabi, UAE
- 5th World Dermatology and Aesthetic Congress October 13-14, 2020 Cape Town, South Africa
- 2nd International Conference on Dermatology and Allergic Diseases July 13-14, 2020 Helsinki, Finland
- 24th Dermatology and Aesthetic Congress October 22-23, 2020 Helsinki, Finland
- International Conference on Geriatric Care October 19-20, 2020 Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Evolution of Aging
- Genetics of Aging
- Geriatrics /Gerontology VS Geriatrics
- Effects and Signs of Aging
- Aging Disorders
- Anti-Aging Strategies
- Neuroscience of Aging
- Process of Aging
- Theories of Aging
- Successful Aging
- Life Expectancy
- Premature Aging
- Cosmetic Surgery: Face & Body Contourin
- Identifying Anti-Aging Products
- Aging-Immune System
- Aging/Geriatric Rehabilitation
- Elder Abuse, Law & Aging
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