Aims and Scope

Anti-Aging Eastern Europe (AAEE) aims to publish evidence-based research, reviews, and other articles of interest to medical and healthcare professionals in Ukraine and other Eastern European countries. All rational points presented by contributing authors will be taken into account and actively discussed through the prism of holistic and personalized anti-aging and rejuvenation strategies. In line with the Global Goals for Sustainable Development, psychosocial, physical, and environmental components of health will be considered as pillars of all discussed therapeutic and preventive anti-aging measures. In view of the current pathophysiological concepts of aging, the following scientific directions will be prioritized: inflammation, regeneration, and oncogenesis. Specific scope of interests will include topics related to ethical research by Ukrainian and Eastern European fellows with special interest in anti-aging. Research works with clearly formulated working hypotheses, correct study designs, meaningful statistics, and pertinent references will be accepted and widely publicized by the Journal editors.

The following is the list of some priority research topics for this Journal:    

  • Innovations in pathophysiology, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of aging diseases
  • Psychological, social, and environmental determinants of healthy aging
  • Fertility, sexuality, reproductive health and aging
  • Personalized medicine and aging
  • Cell therapies and aging processes
  • Rejuvenation therapies
  • Physical medicine and rehabilitation in aging diseases
  • Nutrition and anti-aging strategies
  • Inflammaging
  • Cancer and aging
  • COVID-19 pandemic and aging
  • Integrative medicine and aging
  • Art and aging