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January 19-20, 2015

6th Annual National Dementia Congress
Promoted by: Informa Australia conferences (www.informa.com.au)
Melbourne, VIC / Australia

February 27-28, 2015

4. Brandenburger Krebskongress
Promoted by: Tumorzentrum Brandenburg (TZBB) und die Landesarbeitsgemeinschaft Onkologische Versorgung Brandenburg (LAGO) (www.mcall-gmbh.de)
Berlin/Potsdam / Germany

March 23-27, 2015

2015 Aging in America Conference
Promoted by: American Society on Aging (ASA) (http://asaging.org/aia12)
Chicago, IL / USA

March 26-28, 2015

10. Gemeinsamer Österreichisch-Deutscher Geriatrie Kongress – Public Health für eine alternde Gesellschaft
Promoted by: Österreichische Gesellschaft für Geriatrie und Gerontologie (ÖGGG)
(www.geriatriekongress.at)
Wien / Austria

April 15-18, 2015

30th International Conference of Alzheimer’s Disease International (ADI)
Promoted by: ADI und Alzheimer’s Australia (www.alz.co.uk/ADI-conference)
Perth, WA / Australia

April 23-26, 2015

IAGG-ER 8th Congress Dublin 2015 – Unlocking the Demographic Dividend
Promoted by: The International Association of Gerontology and Geriatrics – European Region (IAGG-ER) and Irish Gerontological Society (www.iaggdublin2015.org)
Dublin / Irland

June 24-26, 2015

3rd International Conference on Aging in a Foreign Land
Promoted by: Flinders University (www.flinders.edu.au)
Adelaide, SA / Australia

July 01-03, 2015

44th Annual BSG Conference 2015
Promoted by: British Society of Gerontology (http://conferences.ncl)
Newcastle upon Tyne / United Kingdom

September 17-18, 2015

Fachtagung der DGGG (Sekt. III und IV): Lebensorte. Raum als Kontext des Alterns
Promoted by: Deutsche Gesellschaft für Gerontologie und Geriatrie (DGGG)
(www.dggg-online.de)
Mannheim / Germany

October 04-07, 2015

6th International Conference on Ageing and Spirituality
Promoted by: California Lutheran Homes Center for Spirituality and Aging (www.6thinternationalconference.org)
Los Angeles, CA / USA

GERO

The GERO headquarters is in Kreuzlingen / Switzerland, where the GERO scientific research and documentation center is located.

The most recent worldwide research and other scientific data on the causes and effects of aging processes and aging infirmities are analyzed and then realized as GERO research projects by using state-of-the-art communications technologies. For this reason, GERO is cooperating with numerous scientists in the fields of medicine, gerontology, biology, pharmacology, and other related areas and has close ties with leading universities and research institutes in many countries in the world.


GERO
Gerontological-Economic
Research Organization

Bahnhofstrasse 6
CH - 8280 Kreuzlingen

Phone:
Fax:
E-Mail:
+41 (0) 71 677 50 77
+41 (0) 71 677 50 70
office@gero.org


Academic Senate
Prof. Dr. Reinhard Schmitz-Scherzer
Prof. Dr. Alexandru Boboc
Dr. Benjamin Grenald
Prof. Dr. Sijmen A. Duursma
Prof. Dr. Ramona Rubio Herrera
Prof. Dr. Itamar B. Abrass, Seattle
Prof. Dr., Dr. Woodring E. Wright
Prof. Dr. Maria Georgescu
Prof. Dr. John Cai
Romanshorn / CH (Präsident)
Bukarest / RO
North-Miami, FL / USA
Uetrecht / NL
Granada / E
Seattle, WA / USA
Dallas, TX / USA
Bukarest / RO
Shanghai / CN


Scientific Council
Dr. Scott Barnett, Dipl. Biol. Jürgen Mathias, Dr. Michael A. Silverman,
Dipl. Hdl. Ingrid Friedrich, Rechtsanwalt Peter Muri, Dr. Cora Neugebauer, Bogdan Petrowic, Shelby Watson, Dr. Torsten Petersen, Prof. Dr. Lutz Aderhold, Dipl. Finanzwirt Markus Korbmacher, Dr. Paul McEntire, Robert M. Levy, Christopher von Bülow, Dr. Peter Klemp, Dr. Jürgen Bludau, RA Jörg Paßmann, Dr. Sonja Heidrich, Josef Bieri, Stadtammann i. R.


Secretary General
Dr. Rolf Cornelius Müller, Secretary-General
Max Bolliger, Dipl. Betr. Oec., Vice Secretary-General / Treasurer

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GERO is a free and independent research endowment foundation set up to promote international scientific research in the fields of gerontology, geriatrics, and related sciences.

Among other things, the integration of now common and all over available IT (Internet) is fed into the everyday life of elderly people and from GERO scientifically supported. One research focus is the development of everyday use sensors technology for this population group.

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