According to the United Nations, the proportion of people aged over 65 now outnumber children younger than 5. The enormous growth in the elderly population is posing a socioeconomic challenge to societies worldwide, and necessitates new sweeping interventions for age-associated diseases. This year we have an incredibly exciting program with global thought-leaders sharing their latest insights into aging and how we target aging process ensuring everyone lives a healthier and longer life. Welcome to the 9th Aging Research and Drug Discovery Meeting.

Longevity Medicine Workshop

The Longevity medicine Workshop is the first in history to bring health care providers involved in longevity and discuss the status quo and the future of the field, as well as related challenges, perspectives, and actionable items.


Leaders in the aging and longevity field will describe the latest progress in the molecular, cellular and organismal basis of aging and our search for interventions.


"We are really looking forward to this year's ARDD meeting. We are extremely humbled, honored and excited that so many amazing speakers will join our meeting. Our plan was to move to New York City where Columbia gracefully offered to host our meeting. However, due to COVID-19 we are moving online. This is actually really exciting because it means many more people will be able to attend our meeting! This year we have also decided to increase our focus on young scientists who will be the future of our field and we have therefore opened up a large amount of speaker slots for these rising stars. More news to come! In all, this promises to be a tremendously exciting event."

Morten Scheibye-Knudsen,
The University of Copenhagen

Morten Scheibye-Knudsen

The University of Copenhagen

Daniela Bakula

The University of Copenhagen

Alex Zhavoronkov

Insilico Medicine


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