Living to 100 Conference 2018
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The 2nd international 'Living to 100' Conference, hosted by the Centre for Healthy Brain Ageing (CHeBA), UNSW Sydney, will bring together experts from all over the world to unravel the secrets of successful ageing.

Our internationally acclaimed line up of speakers will deliberate on the latest research on exceptionally long-lived individuals, in particular centenarians and supercentenarians.

This two-day conference will comprise cutting edge research presentations on Friday and a synthesis of current knowledge on successful ageing suitable for the informed lay-person on Saturday.

Let us all strive to be one hundred, and we will lead healthy, social and productive lives, even if we fail to hit a century.
Professor Perminder Sachdev,
Co-Director CHeBA & Leader of CHeBA’s Sydney Centenarian Study

 

Conference Highlights

Can we live to 150 years of age?
Leading researchers with opposing views will debate this question.

Living to 100
A panel of centenarians will be interviewed to discuss the secrets of longevity.

 

Conference Topics

  • Factors for longevity
  • Theories of ageing
  • Centenarian studies around the world
  • Genomics and epigenomics
  • The ageing brain and longevity
  • Diet and the microbiome
  • Cognitive activity and exercise in living to 100
  • Social engagement and successful ageing
  • Blue Zones and Supercentenarians
  • The demographic and economic implications of exceptional longevity
  • How technology may fundamentally change the ageing experience

 

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Living to 100 Program

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CHeBA Directors

Professor Perminder Sachdev

    Professor Perminder
    Sachdev AM

    Scientia Professor

Professor Henry Brodaty

    Professor Henry Brodaty
    AO

    Scientia Professor

 

Media Partner

Abstract Co-ordinator

Key Dates 2018

1 Mar: Abstract Submissions Open
31 May: Earlybird Registrations Close
29 Jun: Abstract Submissions Close
31 Jul: Notification of Abstract Acceptance
7 & 8 Sep: Living to 100 Conference

 

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