14th – 15th May 2020 | Miramar Palace | San Sebastian

Programme

Preliminary Programme

Thursday, 14 MAY Friday, 15 MAY

Thursday, 14 MAY
Hall
09:00-09:45 Registration
09:00-09:45

Registration

Julio Caro Baroja room
09:45-10:00 Welcome opening
09:45-10:00

Welcome opening

Julio Caro Baroja room
10:00-12:30 Plenary session I:
Demographic, social and psychosocial characteristics of centenarians
10:00-10:30

Blue Zones and Healthy Aging: Latest Findings from Okinawa and Hawaii
Bradley WILCOX, University of Hawaii, USA

10:30-11:00

Making it to 100 – Cognitive, Mental, and Functional Health Among Centenarians
Peter MARTIN, Iowa State University, USA

11:00-11:30

Psychological and social aspects in centenarians
Daniella JOPP, University of Lausanne, Switzerland

11:30-11:50

Selected oral communication

11:50-12:10

Selected oral communication

12:10-12:30

Selected oral communication

Música room
12:30-14:00 Lunch
12:30-14:00

Lunch

Julio Caro Baroja room
14:00-17:40 Plenary session II:
Functional activity of centenarians
14:00-14:30

The Gothenburg 95+ studies. Design and main results
Ingmar SKOOG, University of Gothenburg, Sweden

14:30-15:00

Functional health status of the oldest old people, nonagenarians, centenarians and supercentenarians - lessons from the 5-COOP study and some others
Jean Marie ROBINE, INSERM, Montpellier, France

15:00-15:20

Selected oral communication

15:20-15:40

Selected oral communication

15:40-16:20

Coffee Break and Poster Session

16:20-16:50

Physical fitness in the oldest old
Alejandro LUCÍA, European University of Madrid, Spain

16:50-17:20

Between frailty and success at exceptional ages: findings from the Oporto Centenarian Study
Oscar RIBEIRO, Center for Health Technology and Services Research (CINTESIS), Portugal

17:20-17:40

Selected oral communication

Basque Culinary Center
18:00-20:00 Innovation between gastronomy and healthy aging
18:00-18:45

Innovation between gastronomy and healthy aging

19:00-20:00

Cocktail and Pintxos selection (Sponsored by Alegre Mente)


Thursday, 14 MAY Friday, 15 MAY

Friday, 15 MAY
Julio Caro Baroja room
09:00-12:25 Plenary session III:
Genetic and biological characteristics of centenarians I
09:00-09:30

The unique phenotype/biology of centenarians emerging from the omic approach
Claudio FRANCESCHI, Institute of Neurological Sciences of Bologna, Italy

09:30-10:00

Centenarian transcriptomics reveal critical role of the control of apoptosis in healthy, extraordinary aging. From humans to C. elegans and back
José VIÑA, Valencia University, Spain

10:00-10:20

Selected oral communication

10:20-10:50

Poster Session

10:50-11:15

Coffee Break

11:15-11:45

Critical nutrients and dietary patterns for healthy aging
Karl Heinz WAGNER, University of Vienna, Austria

11:45-12:05

Selected oral communication

12:05-12:25

Selected oral communication

Música room
12:25-14:30 Lunch
12:25-14:30

Lunch

Julio Caro Baroja room
14:30-17:25 Plenary session IV:
Genetic and biological characteristics of centenarians II
14:30-15:00

Molecular signatures of extreme longevity
Paola SEBASTIANI, Boston University, USA

15:00-15:20

Selected oral communication

15:20-15:40

Selected oral communication

15:40-16:05

Coffee Break

16:15-16:45

Lessons from centenarians dodgers: healthy longevity as seen by serum biomarkers
Enzo EMANUELE, 2E SCIENCE, Robbio, Italy

16:45-17:05

Selected oral communication

17:05-17:25

Selected oral communication

Julio Caro Baroja room
17:15-17:50 Poster presentation
17:25-17:50

Poster presentation: Selection of 5 short talks of 3 minutes each



Organized by

Biodonostia
Ciberfes

Sponsored by

  • EJ - Educación
  • EJ - Salud
  • Diputación Foral de Gipuzkoa
  • Alegre Mente
  • Osakidetza
  • Universitat de Valencia
  • Basque Culinary
  • Semeg
  • Proquinorte