On behalf of ISSAM’s organizing committee I would like to welcome you to the 15th ISSAM congress it be held in November 29th – December 01 2021 in Kaliningrad on the Baltic Sea (former Konigsberg).
The scheme of the congress: “AGING MAN: FROM LATE ONSET HYPOGONADISM TO DEPRESSION AND COGNITIVE DISORDERS”.
All participants will be given the opportunity to become members of ISSAM.
Society of the International Society of the Aging Male (ISSAM) was registered at the Royal Society of Medicine in London in June 28 1997 by a group of devoted scientists with the objective of promoting research, study and education on all matters relating to men’s health.
Building on the foundations of the Vienna International Plan of Action on Ageing in 1982 and the UN Principles for Older Persons and recognizing the projections for population ageing, the World Health Organization’s Ageing and Health Programmer in collaboration with the International Society for the Study of the ageing Male (ISSAM) is advocating a gender-specific approachto healthy ageing
ISSAM has become the leading society in the field and membership provides access to a global forum thatmobilizes talent, energy and resources to allow men to age in good health and dignity. ISSAM promotes the acquisition, critical evaluation and dissemination of relevant information through its journal The Aging Male, as well as sponsoring multidisciplinary task forces and international research efforts.
Evidence-based lifespan strategies for successful ageing must be adopted, with appropriate adaptation for older people to cater for the heterogeneity and complexity of later life. A better understanding of molecular mechanisms of ageing, embedded in a translational matrix of medicine, is an absolute requirement for the design of new clinical procedures for improved prevention, early diagnosis and management of age-associated deficiencies, dysfunctions and diseases .This will result in better application of results from basic and clinical research into everyday practice.
Implementing preventive health strategies, decreasing, delaying or preventing frailty, lung, breast, prostate and colon cancer, cardiovascular and mental disease, metabolic syndrome, osteoporosis and Osteopenia may increase health expectancy, and permit men and women as long as possible to age in health and dignity. Besides these subjects manifestation of chronic inflammation its problems and its prevention will be discussed during this meeting.
Looking forward to meet you hoping it will be of benefit to you and your patients.
Bruno Lunenfeld MD PhD