the 9th IAGG-ER Congress
May 23-25, 2019

Additional Confirmed Key Note Speakers:


Professor Alexandra M. Freund

University of Zurich, Switzerland

“…I focus on the one hand on how motivation impacts how older adults navigate the complex interaction of biology, social context, and psychological changes, and how, on the other hand, these changes affect motivation and self-regulation in old age. I hope that my research offers many contact points for researchers in different fields of gerontology.”


Professor Brendan McCormack

Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

”My research falls within the broad theme of implementation science through a person-centred lens with an emphasis on ensuring effective cultures for meaningful engagement … with a focus on enabling all persons to flourish.”


Professor Stefania Maggi

Research Director at the CNR Aging Branch-Institute of Neuroscience, Padua, Italy

“… young researchers must learn the need for interdisciplinarity at the very beginning of their career.”

Professor Tommy Cederholm

Karolinska University Hospital, Stockholm, and Uppsala University Hospital, Uppsala, Sweden

“I expect to share my own knowledge and to take part of the knowledge of others in a scientific context that is broad and that cover many challenges that are provided to scientists and clinical professionals by the graying modern society.”

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