The objectives we set to accomplish in 2020 !
Facilitating the access of the participants to activities in our Congress in an online format, via streaming platforms.
Social & Cultural
Addressing social & cultural events in order to give students a full-experience of an on-site meeting.
Providing up-to-date information in order to globally synchronize the access to knowledge during the pandemic.
Facilitating the participation process due to the accessibility of the online environment.
Creating an environment suitable for students to show their academic progress and to receive feedback from healthcare professionals.
This is how IMSCB 2020 Edition looks in numbers!
Over 85 pre-recorded events, ground-breaking ideas brought to you in 4k-enabled format.
Our 2020s Edition Speakers comprise genuinely gifted and entertaining medics all streamed in real 4k!
Discoveries to be pointed out include: reduction of cancer and diabetes rates in both mice and humans by genetic mutations, prevention of major diseases in monkeys and modulation of risk factors in humans by chronic dietary restriction (CDR). Other points that will be discussed during the conference will be the proven impact of CDR lean on improving body mass, immunity, enhanced wound healing and possibly regeneration with decreased side effects and disease risk factors by Fasting Mimicking Diets (FMDs).
Join us for his exclusive IMSCB Conference, if you cannot wait to discover the practical meaning of these results and to see how FMDs could improve health and prevent a variety of age-related diseases. Our event will provide a sneak-peek of the ongoing and future clinical trials, aimed to determine which diseases could be effectively treated by FMDs.
During this conference, we guarantee that all our participants will be acquainted with the genetics of ageing, gain insight into the effects of calorie restriction on diseases, assimilate information about the effects of FMDs on diseases in mice and learn about the effects of FMDs on disease prevention in humans
Have we sparked your interest yet?
At the moment, Dr. Ivan is involved in further research projects targeting specific molecular responses to hypoxia and he is a persistent supporter of young scientists.
During Dr. Ivan’s conference we will embark on a continuous journey of extensive research, spanning over two decades, and get a glimpse inside the mind of a world-renowned academic. The presentation provides a personal account of a life dedicated to exploring the universe of knowledge, beginning with the discovery of oxygen sensing enzymes, followed by more recent identification of hypoxia-regulated noncoding RNAs. Furthermore, Dr. Ivan will highlight the consequences of cellular oxygen sensing blockade and will introduce a new class of drugs effective against chronic kidney disease (CKD) anemia.
Whether you are interested in delving into the field of clinical or fundamental research, or want to gather information about the latest discoveries in medicine, this conference will suit you perfectly. We encourage you to learn from Dr. Ivan’s vast experience, shedding light onto a compelling topic.
Having this outstanding portfolio of achievements, we are honoured that Dr. Madad will hold a conference entitled “From Ebola to COVID19: Healthcare System Epidemic Preparedness & Response''.
It is known that the impact of COVID-19 over the world exceeds any other epidemic outbreak of the modern era, triggering the worst public health crisis of this century. Dr. Syra Madad operates in New York City, the first COVID-19 epicentre in the US, which experienced a tsunami of cases.
This presentation will address the importance of bio-preparedness, and the response efforts and challenges faced in a healthcare system moving from conventional capacity to crisis capacity as it relates to staffing, supplies, space and overall system from an emergency management perspective. Recommendations on changes that need to be made to improve biological preparedness across the national healthcare infrastructure will also be discussed.
Dr. Glanville’s presentation will tackle a topic that prevails frequently both in academic debates and popular media: the elusive universal vaccine against the novel coronavirus. Is it even possible to create one? What methods are used and how do they work? During this brand-new conference, Dr. Glanville will aim to respond to these questions and further explain the bioengineering methods designed to create broad-spectrum COVID-19 vaccines, as well as cost-efficient and scalable antibody therapies.
The presentation will include a comprehensive description on these methods and how they can be used to adapt the antibodies targeted against the SARS-CoV to the novel coronavirus, SARS-CoV-2. Moreover, Dr. Glanville will track the studies conducted in a network of five independent laboratories and their results regarding the therapy and the prophylaxis against the wildtype virus or the pseudovirus in animal models. Another key point covered in this talk is the use of small fragments of antibodies (Fv and Fc) in bioengineering to obtain better results in terms of efficiency and safety: a longer biological half-life, a lower risk of adverse events. Last but not least, there will be a deliberation on the future of biological engineering, the challenges of manufacturing this type of vaccine and why scientists believe it is possible.
Dr. Yaman Tokat is acting as Professor of General Surgery at the Department of General Surgery and Organ Transplantation of the International Liver Center in Istanbul. Twenty-seven years ago, he performed the first liver transplant in Turkey, paving the groundwork for hundreds of other similar procedures. Many people from all across the globe come to the International Liver Center to have a transplant done by one of the finest general surgeons in the world. Dr. Yaman Tokat is well recognized and respected both nationally and internationally, as the survival rate of his patients is higher than 99%. You can also see his daring methods and remarkable expertise highlighted in his hundreds of articles and reports.
His impressive speech will determine you to follow in his footsteps and make a difference, as he shared with us: “When I did the first successful liver transplantation in Turkey I was just a young surgeon. I performed the first liver transplantation in 1994 at the Ege University Medical school/Izmir. After the first successful liver transplant program was established, we started the first successful living donor liver transplant program in Turkey. Then many firsts followed this, first split, first dual lobe, first domino, and many more.”
This lecture will provide you with an insight into this long and exciting journey and expand your comprehension, building a potential career in surgery.
We all had the chance to observe how technology and medicine reinvented each other and made their own way through unbelievable discoveries that now stand for impressive awards. However, today's Healthcare and Medical Education are in trouble. We just engage in the smart use of technology to reshape their paradigms.
21st-century technology redefines the way we connect and communicate. These same technologies can allow for a better connection between humans and data, improving decision making. From VR, AR and XR to AI and Machine Learning, current technology will create the medicine of the future, TODAY.
Let’s shape together the shadow of the unpredictable and follow Dr. Rafael Grossmann’s conference in order to discover the correlation and dependency between exponential technology and exponential medicine. Astonishing, isn’t it?
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