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Editorial board


Ara S. Khachaturian, PhD (Executive Vice-President), The Campaign to Prevent Alzheimer’s Disease (USA)

Associate Editors

Geroscience and lifestyle

Cédric Dray, PhD , Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III (France)

Interventions, lifestyle and aging

Nicola Coley, PhD, Inserm/UPS UMR1027 Unit of Epidemiology and Public Health Analysis: Risks, Chronic Diseases, Handicaps (France)

Exercise and aging

Philipe de Souto Barreto, PhD, Université Paul Sabatier Toulouse III (France)

Nutrition and aging

Mathieu Maltais, PhD, Faculté de Médecine et Sciences de la Santé, Centre de Recherche sur le Vieillissement (Canada)

Cognitive stimulation and aging

So-Young Moon, MD PhD, School of Medicine, Ajou University, (South Korea)

Digital aspects, lifestyle and aging

Jodi Lyons, Brandeis University is in Waltham Massachusetts (USA)

Antoine Piau, MD PhD,  Gerontopole of the Toulouse University Hospital (France)

Zachary Beattie, PhD,  ORCATECH, School of Medicine (USA)


Editorial Board Members

Rhoda Au, Ph.D., Boston University, Boston (USA)

Phyllis Barkman Ferrell, Ph.D., Eli Lilly & Company, Indianapolis (USA)

Eduardo Ferriolli, M.D. Ph.D., Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo (Brazil)

Florent Guerville, M.D. Ph.D., Bordeaux University Hospital Center Bordeaux (France)

Gustavo Jimenez-Maggiora, Ph.D., University of Southern California San Diego (USA)

Oscar Lopez, M.D., University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh (USA)

Arvind Mathur, M.D. Ph.D., Asian Centre for Medical Education, Research & Innovation Rajasthan (India)

Michelle Mielke, Ph.D, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem (USA)

Yannis Paschalidis, Ph.D, Boston University, Boston (USA)

Mario-Ulises Perez-Zepeda, M.D. Ph.D., Instituto Nacional de Geriatría, Mexico City (Mexico)

Ramit Ravona-Springer, M.D., Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer (Israel)

Benjamin Readhead, M.D., Arizona State University, Phoenix (USA)

Elie Stephan M.D., Saint Georges Hospital, Beirut (Lebanon)

Dominic Trépel, Ph.D., Trinity College Dublin, Dublin (Ireland)

Debra Waters, Ph.D., University of Otago, Dunedin (New Zealand)


Special issue

“Advancing Brain Health: Innovative Strategies and Action Plans for Cognitive Wellness”

I am delighted to inform you that the Journal of Aging Research & Lifestyle (JARLIFE) is preparing a special issue on “Brain Health Action Plans.” This special issue aims to compile a collection of innovative research, reviews, and perspectives that highlight strategies, initiatives, and interventions focused on promoting brain health and preventing cognitive decline.

This special issue will focus on comprehensive clinical action plans for healthcare providers and consumers that aim to promote better brain health by considering aspects such as diet, physical activity, mental stimulation, sleep hygiene, stress management, and medical interventions. We are particularly interested in manuscripts that discuss new approaches, evaluate the effectiveness of existing programs, and explore the interaction between various lifestyle factors and brain health.

We invite authors from all over the world to submit their manuscripts for consideration. Whether you are conducting experimental research, performing a meta-analysis, or sharing a unique perspective based on professional experience, we welcome your contributions.

This is an excellent opportunity to contribute to a growing body of knowledge and make a significant impact in the field of brain health. We believe that your work could provide valuable insights and help shape future strategies for cognitive health promotion and dementia prevention.

Join us in this initiative to expand our understanding of brain health action plans. We look forward to receiving your submissions and sharing your insights with our readers.

Please keep in mind that all submissions will undergo a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the highest academic integrity and quality standards. We appreciate your interest and look forward to your contributions.