AMMA is a multidisciplinary Association, born in 2011, to promote antiaeging medicine in the Principality of Monaco.
Antiaeging medicine is the personalized, preventive and global medicine aiming at early detection of acquired and/or genetic predispositions and symptoms of the aging in order to propose adapted cares.
It dwells at the detection of the weaknesses to avoid further dependence.
Antiaeging medicine, even if it includes it, is not to be confused with aesthetic medicine.
Public awareness to a preventive medicine for a better aeging;
Organization of conferences with high-level scientist speakers in the diverse topics of aeging science;
Organization of congresses and seminars for doctors, pharmacists and paramedical professionals;
Capacity-building for the members of the Association in the innovative domains of antiaeging medicine;
Setting up of a coordinate antiaeging consultation.
Hotel Fairmont - MONACO
March 13th 2021
You said… memories?
Memory is an essential process for survival. To use a formulation a bit provocative, memory allows anticipating the future! Indeed, our brains evaluates the situations in which individuals found themselves in and, on a memory reminder base, elaborates different solutions for decision-making. Memory plays also a part in our emotions and social relations genesis. The study of memory is at the center of neurosciences actual researches. Those researches are exploring different aspects of memory, molecular and cellular mechanism down to the psychological and social aspects. What is emerging from all these studies is that different forms of memories are existing, who are manifesting themselves in all our active life aspects and unfortunately, their deficit are in first plan in pathologic conditions, like Alzheimer’s disease and other neuropsychiatric diseases.
The Fondation pour l’Etude du Système Nerveux (FESN), with the support of Magnoglia, has the pleasure and privilege to introduce to the Monegasque audience an exceptional set of great medical brain specialists who will present their work on the nervous system functioning and diseases. They will also discuss with the audience in a debate led by Ms. Cattan, Head of the Health Section of Nice Matin and Var Matin. The Monegasque public will thus have the possibility to talk with the members of the FESN’s Scientific Council, as well as with international experts of the different angles of memory field.