The first edition of the Aging and Rejuvenation Conference (ARC) was born in Rome, Italy aiming to serve as a premier forum for the presentation of technological advances and research results in the fields of Aging and Geriatrics. The second edition ARC was held in Berlin, Germany in October of 2019 and the third edition of the Aging and Rejuvenation Conference (ARC-2020) is going to be held in Barcelona, Spain on September 21-23, 2020. With the successful experience of the last two years in Rome (Italy), and Berlin (Germany), we truly believe that ARC- 2020 will achieve greater success and provide a better platform for all the participants to have fruitful discussions and to share ideas of researches. With high standard and high-quality submissions and presentations in ARC-2020, it will one day become a leading conference in this specific academic area.
It will feature invited keynote speeches, peer-reviewed paper presentations, and academic visits. This conference provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas and application experiences face to face, to establish business or research relations and to find global partners for future collaboration.
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Conference sessions may be geared toward participants with different levels of experience or different positions. Main conference sessions include the following tracks. Choose to follow one track or move between tracks to create your own personalized conference experience.
Mon , Sep 21, 2020
Tue , Sep 22, 2020
Wed , Sep 23, 2020
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Conference theme and topics need to have a balance between basic science, social (epidemiology) and clinical research
Prabhat Goswami, USA
Recruiting well-known and larger-scale speakers for the main geriatric topics. Having discounted prices for medical students would help them participate actively. Further, I believe that setting up small workshops within the conference will add value.
Lana Halaseh, Jordan
The most positive thing is to organise the conference in the place where we sleep and eating. It helps to save lots of time. Personally I would like to have the integration meeting in the evenings, e.g. a concert, going out together or just walking with conference participants.
Beata Lubkowska, Poland
I suggest more time for debates, and some activities in wich participants can change experiences. It could be good some cultural activities related to the theme on the city too. Could be a way to connect the experience of the conference.
Iona Damiana de Souza, Brazil