2018 IARU Ageing, Longevity and Health Scientific and Graduate Student Conference
September 10, 2018

2018 IARU Ageing, Longevity and Health Scientific and Graduate Student Conferenc
Ageing, Longevity and Health- New Frontiers and Perspectives

National University of Singapore
17 October 2018, Singapore


We have arrived at an era where people are living longer. Along with this trend comes new challenges and the science, art, and practice of longevity is alive with a horizon of possibilities to highlight the benefits of living longer.  Radical ideas and interdisciplinary approaches have been introduced to understand the experience of aging from the perspectives of health, labor, housing, transport, urban planning, leisure, social participation, education and intergenerational relationships. This conference aims to bring together leading thinkers and practitioners to feature some of the best practices in the field of population aging.


Conference Thematic Focus:

– Healthy aging
– Interventions supporting at risk older adults in the community
– Employment and employability of older adults
– Ageing, technology and the environment

Find out the program and fee, and click here to register today.


Graduate Student Conference:

This conference serves as an interdisciplinary platform for graduate students to share their research and explore the possibility of collaborative partnerships. It will be held concurrently with the Scientific Conference in the form of a poster conference.
Candidates whose abstracts are selected for the poster presentation are eligible to apply for partial conference support of up to SGD$1500.00

See submission guideline and content here.
Please submit your abstracts before 10 August 2018 via [email protected] 


For more information:

Click here to see the conference’s brochure

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