March 26

8.30-9.00 – Gathering

Session 1. 9.00-10.30. Greetings by public figures and policy makers.

Enhancing research, development and education for healthy longevity and prevention of aging-related diseases – an essential part of the preparedness for population aging.

Israel can and should become an important contributor to healthy longevity research, development and education.

In Memory of Rafi Eitan, the founder of the Senior Citizens Movement and Vetek (Seniority) Association – the Movement for Longevity and Quality of Life.

Building the longevity ecosystem for Israel and international collaboration.

10.30-11.00. Break

Session 2. 11.00-12.30. Between fundamental aging research and commercialization of longevity therapies. A road ahead or a death valley?

12.30-14.00 LUNCH

Session 3. 14.00-16.00. Healthy longevity extension. The goals and the means.

March 27

Session 1. 9.00-10.30. Pathways and crossroads to healthy longevity. The main promises and challenges of geroscience.

10.30-11.00. Break

Session 2. 11.00-12.30. Clinical evaluation criteria for aging – aging clocks, biomarkers, metrics of intrinsic functional capacity. Recognizing degenerative aging as a medical condition.

12.30-14.00 LUNCH

Session 3. 14.00-15.30. Between geriatric medicine and longevity medicine. What can be offered now and in the near future?

15.30-16.00. Discussion. Conference resolution adoption. Closing remarks.