ESAAM's choice of journals, articles and new books in the Longevity field


Ageing Research Reviews; ( IF 2018: 10.390), Editor-in-Chief Claudio Franceschi

Mechanisms of Aging and Development; (IF 2018: 3.603), Editor-in-Chief Stathis Gonos

Rejuvenation Research ; ( IF 2018: 3.811), Editor-in-Chief Aubrey D.N.G. De Grey

Biogerontology ; ( IF 2018: 3.702), Editor-in-Chief Suresh Rattan


Preventive Cardiology

Preventive Dermatology

Editors: Norman, Robert A. (Ed.)

Handbook of Immunosenescence. Basic Understanding and Clinical Implications

Editors: Fulop, T., Franceschi, C., Hirokawa, K., Pawelec, G.

Biomarkers of Human Aging

Editors: Moskalev, Alexey

Epigenetics of Aging and Longevity

Editors: Alexey Moskalev, Alexander Vaiserman


The Business of Anti-Aging Science

Editors: João Pedro de Magalhães, Michael Stevens, Daniel Thornton

Alzheimer's “Prevention” vs. “Risk Reduction”: Transcending Semantics for Clinical Practice

Editors: John F. Hodes, Carlee I. Oakley, James H. O'Keefe, Peilin Lu, James E. Galvin, Nabeel Saif, Sonia Bellara, Aneela Rahman, Yakir Kaufman, Hollie Hristov, Tarek K. Rajji, Anne Marie Fosnacht Morgan, Smita Patel, David A. Merrill, Scott Kaiser, Josefina Meléndez-Cabrero, Juan A. Melendez, Robert Krikorian and Richard S. Isaacson

European initiative for regenerative medicine

Computational tools for geroscience

Translational Medicine of Aging

Editors: Joseph C.P. Kruempel, Marshall B. Howington, Scott F. Leiser

Stochastic non-enzymatic modification of long-lived macromolecules

A missing hallmark of aging

Editors: Alexander Fedintsev, Alexey Moskalev

Molecular mechanisms of action of topical antiaging compounds

Journal of the Egyptian Women's Dermatologic Society

Editors: Elewa Ranaa; Zouboulis Christos C.

Mechanisms of Ageing and Development

Editors: Ilaria Bellantuono, Alessandra Marangoni

Clinical and laboratory skin biomarkers of organ-specific diseases

Editors: Christos C.Zouboulis; Eugenia Makrantonaki


"Intense research during the last few years has elucidated a number of mechanisms of the complex human aging process. Among the body organs, skin has a distinguished role in aging perception both because it constitutes the organ on which the first signs of aging are mostly visible and because skin is recognized as an indicator of human health. Analogous to all other organs, skin undergoes multiple morphological and functional changes with age affected by extrinsic and intrinsic factors. Evaluation of skin morphology as well as of advanced glycation end products, dermal collagen content and alterations of the Wnt signaling pathway may predict – among others - the aging status of the cardiovascular system, the brain and the bones. Increasing knowledge on the association of certain clinical and laboratory characteristics of extrinsic and intrinsic skin aging with organ-specific diseases opens new possibilities for the establishment of clinical and laboratory skin biomarkers for systemic human aging and the course of several internal, organ-specific diseases."