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Conference 2024

International Baltic Conference on Healthy Longevity

Riga 2024

National Library of Latvia

7-8 of June


Welcome to the International Baltic Conference on Healthy Longevity! Join us at the National Library of Latvia in Riga, Latvia for a two-day conference, happening on June 7-8, 2024. Hear from the leading voices in the fields of biotech, longevity medicine and ageing science and network with like-minded individuals passionate about healthy human longevity.

Attendance is free, but registration is required!

Register here or here.

Your support is appreciated!

Conference Streaming

Please use the following link to access conference streaming: LINK 
Meeting ID: 851 6363 0193
Passcode: 204896

June 7
9.00-9.45. Gathering and registration
9.45-10.00. Greetings
Dr. Rolands Lappuķe. Precision Medicine Network, Riga
Dr. Lauris Vidzis. Paul Stradins Clinical University Hospital, Riga
10.00-10.30. Dr. Ilia Stambler
Bar-Ilan University, Tel-Aviv, Israel
Promoting longevity research and advocacy internationally
10.30-11.00. Prof. Alex Zhavoronkov (Online)
In Silico Medicine, Hong Kong, New York
AI and robotics for drug discovery and longevity medicine
11.00-11.30. Prof. Morten Scheibye-Knudsen
University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Data-driven interventions in aging
11.30-12.00. Prof. Yehuda Shoenfeld (Online)
Sheba Medical Center, Ramat Gan, Israel
Aging, immunity and autoimmunity
12.00-12.30. Prof. Evelyne Bischof (Online)
Sheba Longevity Center, Israel
Applying longevity medicine to optimize healthspan
12.30-13.00. Break
13.00-13.30. Dr. Ugis Kletnieks
Longevity Alliance Baltic, Riga
Hallmarks of health – Essential biology of wellness and resilience
13.30-14.00. Dr. Svjatoslavs Kistkins
Pauls Stradiņš Clinical University Hospital, Riga
Insights into metabolic and endocrine regulation in longevity and chronobiology
14.00-14.30. Dr. Marta Kobzevaite
Longevity Alliance Baltic, Vilnius
Longevity medicine in a current clinical practice: client and physician experience
14.30-15.00. Amit Goldman EMBA
Lapsi Health, London, Vilnius
Wearable technologies and longevity: monitoring, intervention, and beyond
15.00-15.30. Prof. Nir Barzilai (Online)
Einstein Institute for Aging Research at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York
How to die young at a very old age
15.30-16.00. Discussion. Concluding remarks
June 8
9.00-10.00. Gathering and registration
10.00-10.30. Prof. Valdis Pirags
University of Latvia, Pauls Stradiņš Clinical University Hospital, Riga
Can we slow down the ageing by restoring of healthy psychoneuroendocrine regulation?
10.30-11.00. Prof. Marek Postula.
Medical University of Warsaw Longevity Center, Warsaw
Healthy longevity and modern prevention
11.00-11.30. Yuri Ostrinski
Institute of Microbiology and Virology, Riga Stradins University, Riga

Physical exercise as a targeted healthy longevity intervention
11.30-12.00. Sergey Jakimov
LongeVC, Riga
Investing in longevity
12.00-12.30. Break
12.30-13.00. Dr. Bat-Sheva Porat Katz (Online)
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel
Preventive medicine in older adults. The Israeli experience
13.00-13.30. Dr. Laima Ķimse
Institute of Food safety, Animal Health and Environment “BIOR”, Riga
Psychobiotics: probiotics that affect the nervous system.
13.30-14.00. Emil Syundyukov
Longenesis, Riga
Digital technologies for population engagement in longevity research
14.00-14.30. Dr. Lika Levskaya
Longevity Alliance Baltic, Riga
Psychological and social aspects of longevity promotion
 14.30-15.00. Discussion. Concluding remarks
Dr. Rolands Lappuķe. Precision Medicine Network, Riga
Lev Dvornik. Longevity Alliance Baltic (LAB), Riga
Dr. Marta Kobzevaite. Longevity Alliance Baltic (LAB), Vilnius
Amit Goldman. Longevity Alliance Baltic (LAB), Vilnius
Yuri Ostrinski. Longevity Alliance Baltic (LAB), Riga
Dr. Lika Levskaya. Longevity Alliance Baltic (LAB), Riga

Conference recordings
June 7, 2024
June 8, 2024

On 21.06.2024 the association “Longevity Alliance Baltic” signed with LIAA the contract No 17.1-1-L-2024/296 on receiving support for export support within the project “SME Innovative Business Development”, co-financed by the European Regional Development Fund.