The first-ever Baltics Conference on Healthy Longevity takes place on Nov. 25 in Riga, Latvia, to address the need to increase the healthy and productive longevity of the aging population.
Conference details and registration:
Organized by the Longevity Alliance Baltic, in cooperation with Vetek Association and International Longevity Alliance, the event will feature some of the leading longevity researchers and advocates in the Baltic area and internationally.
There is an urgent social need to address the vulnerability of aging health, to reverse the negative morbidity and mortality trends by developing and deploying novel medical technologies designed to prevent aging-related diseases and improve the health of the older people, increase the healthy life expectancy. This may also boost the economic development and cooperation, thanks to the burgeoning “healthy longevity industry”. The conference will showcase and share some of the latest promising developments in longevity medicine, data analysis and policies for healthy longevity and prevention of aging-related diseases, especially from the US, EU, China and Israel.
The recently established Longevity Alliance Baltic (LAB) unities representatives of Baltic countries and international experts, and its first conference, aims to increase awareness about aging-related issues, educate the public about healthy longevity research and development, and help build up the longevity community in the Baltic region, catalyzing a further development of the longevity field internationally.
We at Vetek believe that it is very encouraging that this first Baltics Conference on Healthy Longevity takes place, contributing to the promotion of healthy longevity in the region. It is especially encouraging that international cooperation is at the foundation of this activity. We are happy that also our country Israel, is taking a strong part in this cooperation, via the strong partnership between Vetek Association and Longevity Alliance Baltic. Despite the current situation in Israel, we continue to think and work for the future and share our knowledge, continue to create the foundation for future cooperative development that we can build on after the situation improves.
Some press about this conference:
November 19, 2023. In times of war: Continue working for healthy longevity. The Jerusalem Post. Ilia Stambler (opinion article).
Promotion of cooperation in the longevity field between Israel and Latvia