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PPPs in the Road Sector (APMG Certified) (irf)

PPPs in the Road Sector (APMG Certified)

 

Overview

This 5-day course follows the approved and certified APMG Public-Private Partnerships Certified Professional Foundation level training curriculum. The course is comprised of 2.5 days of classroom instruction followed by the administration of the APMG PPP Foundation level examination. The mandatory course will be followed by a two-day module “PPPs in the Road Sector” more specifically addressed at highway agency executives and private sector contractors.
The Foundation level examination is step 1 of the APMG PPP Certification Program which aims to foster a common minimum level of knowledge and understanding amongst individuals working on PPPs or those interested in learning about PPPs, regardless of discipline or sector. APMG awards the CP3P credential to individuals who successfully pass the three examinations: (1) Foundation and Overview Stage, (2) Preparation Stage, and (3) Execution Stage. APMG’s PPP Certification is recognized by leading development agencies, such as the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and others.

 

Learning Objectives

  • Understand the PPP environment, what is and what is not considered a PPP project.

  • Review the PPP framework and project screening process.

  • Explore the structuring and feasibility analysis required for a successful PPP project.

  • Develop basic financial analysis skills and engineering economics to evaluate potential PPP projects.

  • Review the procurement and management of PPP projects throughout the lifecycle.

  • The Foundation course covers the material presented in chapter 1 of the APMG PPP Guide: Introduction and Overview. This is a compulsory module and exam in order to proceed to the next stages in pursuit of the APMG CP3P credential.

  • The course includes the option to sit for the Foundation level examination.

 

Target Audience

  • Highway and Road Professionals

  • Government Agencies

  • Private Consultants & Contractors

  • Service Providers

  • Financial Experts


AGENDA

Monday, September 16

8:30am
Sign-in and continental breakfast

9:00am
PPP Definitions and Characteristics

10:00am
Alternatives for Infrastructure Finance & Procurement

11:00am
Types of PPPs and Other Terminology Applied

12:00pm
Lunch

1:00pm
Where PPPs are Used – Infrastructure Sectors

2:00pm
When to Use PPPs – Motivations & Caveats

3:00pm
Review

4:00pm
Assignment


Tuesday, September 17

8:30am
Sign-in and continental breakfast

9:00am
Basic Structure of a PPP Project

10:00am
How PPPs are Financed

11:00am
How PPPs are Financed (continued)

12:00pm
Lunch

1:00pm
Causes of Project Failure

2:00pm
Introduction to the PPP Framework Concept

3:00pm
Review

4:00pm
Assignment


Wednesday, September 18

8:30am
Sign-in and continental breakfast

9:00am
PPP Process

10:00am
PPP Process (cont.)

11:00am
Review

12:00pm
Lunch

1:00pm
Exam Preparation and Instructions

2:00pm
Examination

3:00pm
Course Critique

4:00pm
Closing Ceremonies


Thursday, September 19

8:30am
Sign-in and continental breakfast

9:00am
PPPs in the Road Sector – Fundamental Principles

10:00am
PPP Legal Framework

11:00am
PPP Structuring and Operations

1:00pm
Transport Planning and PPPs

1:30pm
PPP Contracts and Renegotiation

2:30pm
Break

3:00pm
Organizing the PPP Unit

4:00pm
Project Finance for Road Projects


Friday, September 20

8:30am
Sign-in and continental breakfast

9:00am
PPP Bankability and Risk Management

10:00am
Contingent Liability in PPP Projects


SPEAKERS

Eric Dean Cook, PE

Eric Dean Cook is the Managing Director for Manchester Consulting Group, LC and leads the firm’s infrastructure and financial advisory practice. Mr. Cook is a Registered Professional Engineer and has 20 years of experience as a consulting engineer in the planning, design, and delivery of transportation and civil infrastructure projects in the United States, Asia, and Africa. He has a diverse perspective in the infrastructure industry having worked as the owner, engineer, and contractor with the West Virginia Department of Highways, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the Louis Berger Group, and E.V. McCracken Construction Company. He holds a B.S. in Civil Engineering from Virginia Tech, an M.B.A from Manchester Business School, and a Masters in Finance from Indiana University. Additionally, he is an Associate with the Wall Street Warfighters Foundation and serves as the International Committee Vice-Chair for the American Council of Engineering Companies in Washington, DC.



Magid Elabyad

Elabyad has been employed with the International Road Federation for the past 12 years. As the Vice President of International Programs, he oversees the IRF’s training programs and regional capacity building efforts around the world. He has been a member of IRF’s Asset Management committee for the past 7 years and he leads the IRF Committee for Alternative Finance & Procurement. Elabyad is also the program director for IRF’s long running Performance-based Contracting training program which has helped educate over 900 high level officials form over 40 countries in the past 10 years. Elabyad conducted his undergraduate studies at George Mason University and has a Masters in Business Administration from Ohio University. He is also a CP3P foundation certified professional on Public Private Partnerships.

 

 

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6th World Congress on Midwifery & Womens Health (PGR)

6th World Congress on Midwifery & Womens Health

ABOUT CONFERENCE:

Following the Overwhelming success of our previous conferences, we are delighted to announce 6th World Congress on Midwifery and Womens Health held during September 9-10, 2019 at Baltimore, USA. The main theme of our conference is “Excelling Innovations in Midwifery and Nursing for Women’s Health”

Midwifery is the health science and health profession that deals with pregnancy, childbirth, and the postpartum period (including care of the new-born), besides sexual and reproductive health of women throughout their lives. Midwifery is a distinct profession from nursing, although there is a shortened training route for registered adult nurses. Midwives are involved during all stages of a woman’s pregnancy, labour and early postnatal period. Midwives are qualified to assist with a normal vaginal delivery while more complicated deliveries are handled by a health care provider who has had further training.

The Midwifery 2019 intends to gather all the people across the globe like students, lecturers, Assistant Professors, Professors, Directors, Chairman, Chancellor, Scientists, Doctors, Managing Directors, Chief Executive Officers, Presidents and Noble Laureates and base a platform for them to share their experience, knowledge and research work, recent advancements in the field of Midwifery and suggest for the development of Midwifery.

Aim:

Midwifery 2019 aim is to bring leading Midwives,Nurses,Gynecologists,Pediatricians,Nurse practitioners,Physicians,Nurses,researchers, professors and scientists to discuss strategies and advancements in Midwifery and Women's Health.

Midwifery 2019 also gives first in importance to provide interdisciplinary forum for Directors, Researchers, Scientists, Academicians and Educators to present, share the knowledge and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, clinical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the fields of Midwifery and Womens Health.

Who can attend?

Midwifery 2019 creates a platform for all the individuals like Nurse Midwives, Gynecologists, Obstetrics, Community Health Workers, Nursing Clinical Director, Midwife Nurse Educator, Nurse Researcher, Nurse Manager, Nurse Practitioner, Registered Nurse, Staff development educators, Directors, Preceptors, Continuing education specialists, Nurse practitioners, Nursing researchers, Nursing Instructor, Health Care Professionals, Health care Administrators, Physicians, Nursing Lecturers and Nursing Training Institutes to gather at the conference and share their knowledge.

Why to Attend???

Midwifery 2019 provides a global platform for exchanging ideas and makes us updated about the latest innovations in Midwifery and Women’s Health
Opportunity to attend the presentations delivered by Eminent Scientists from all over the world
Accepted abstracts will be published in Journal of Nursing and Healthcare and provided with DOI
Global networking: In transferring and exchanging Ideas
Best poster presentations and young Scientist Awards

A Unique Opportunity for Advertisers and Sponsors at this International event

Importance & Scope:  

Midwifery encompasses care of women during pregnancy, labor, birth, and during the postpartum period, as well as care of the newborn. It includes a measure that aims preventing of health problems in pregnancy, the detection of abnormal conditions, acquiring the medical assistance when necessary, and the execution of emergency measures in the absence of medical help. Midwifery practice throughout the world remains as culturally established, and the specific standards and education for midwives varies by country .There is also need for enhancing quality training and implementing technologies. As there is global crisis of skilled and energetic midwives services, awareness must be created about the roles of midwives as well as to fulfill the increasing needs of more midwives all over the world. This conference would create a platform for the entire medical and health professionals to share their knowledge, insights and strategies in interactive peer-to peer round tables.

Sessions/ Tracks

Midwifery 2019 intends to gather all the people across the globe like students, lecturers, Assistant Professors, Professors, Directors, Chairman, Chancellor, Scientists, Doctors, Managing Directors, Chief Executive Officers, Presidents and Noble advancements in the field of Midwifery and suggest for the development of Midwifery. London is the global center for Laureates and bases a platform for them to share their experience, knowledge and research work, recent higher education and research. According to the QS World University Ranking, it has the highest number of international students.

Track 1: Midwifery

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Midwifery is a health care or medical profession, in which it deals with care to childbearing women during their pregnancy, labour and birth, and during the postpartum period (including care of the new-born), includes assisting with breastfeeding, besides sexual and reproductive health of women throughout their lives. A practitioner of midwifery is known as a midwife, which they strive to help women to have a healthy pregnancy and natural birth experience. Midwifery practice throughout the world remains as culturally established, and the specific standards and education for midwives varies by country. When a pregnant woman requires more care beyond the midwife's practice, they refer women related to obstetricians or perinatologists who are medical specialists in complications related to pregnancy and birth, includes surgical and instrumental deliveries.

Track 2: Traditional Midwifery

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Traditional midwife, is a care provider for pregnancy and childbirth. Traditional midwives generally provide basic health care, support and advice during and after pregnancy and childbirth, based on experience and knowledge acquired through the traditions and practices of the communities where they originated. They perceive their role to include promoting the change in societal attitudes towards birth, and favoring the "art" of midwifery founded on maternal or compassionate instincts, rather than over-medicalization of this natural event.

Track 3: Midwifery Practice and Education

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Midwifery is a self-regulating profession in most of the countries. In many Universities, Midwifery is a dynamic and innovative program which includes the in active clinical practice, leading edge research, and professional leadership. A midwife is recognized as a responsible and accountable professional who works in cooperation with women to give the necessary support, care and advice during pregnancy. The midwife has an important task in health counseling, Practice and education, not only for the women, but also within the community.

Track 4: Womens Health

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Womens experience of health differs with unique issues. Unique issues include pregnancy, menopause, reproductive health and conditions of the female organs. The presence of one or more additional disorders from other non-reproductive disease such as cardiovascular disease contributes to both the mortality and morbidity of pregnancy, including preeclampsia. Despite, breast cancer remains the commonest cancer in women in most of the countries, and is one of the more important chronic diseases of women.

Track 5: Menstrual Cycle

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The menstrual cycle is the regular and natural change that occurs in the female reproductive system. This is a cycle of bodily changes controlled by the female hormones that cause a regular bleed, comes from the uterus. Regular menstrual periods in between the puberty and menopause are usually a sign that your body is working normally and healthy. Most of the women reports have some symptoms during the one to two weeks prior to menstruation.

Track 6: Pregnancy

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Pregnancy, also known as gestation, is the state of carrying a developing embryo or fetus within the female body. After the egg is fertilized by a sperm and then implanted in the lining of the uterus, it develops into the placenta and embryo, and then into a fetus. Childbirth usually occurs around 40 weeks or just over 9 months from the last menstrual period (LMP). Babies born before 39 weeks are considered early term while those before 37 weeks are premature birth. Symptoms of early pregnancy may include missed menstrual periods, tender breasts, nausea and vomiting, hunger, and frequent urination.

Track7: Neonatology

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Neonatology is the medical specialty of pediatrics that consists of the medical care of newborn babies, especially the ill or premature newborn. A Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) is usually a practice for the hospital that is devoted to the care of critically sick babies. Neonatologists may also act as general pediatricians, providing well on the newborn evaluation and care in the hospital where they are based.

Track 8: Pediatrics

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Pediatrics is the field of medicine that is concerned with the health of infants, children, and adolescents for their growth and development. Pediatricians are the medical practitioner or doctor who manages the health of the child, including physical, behavior, and mental health issues. The major focus of early pediatrics was the treatment of infectious diseases that affects the children. The aim of the study of pediatrics is to reduce infant and child rate of deaths and to control the spread of infectious disease.

Track 9: Maternal and Child Health

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Maternal and child health majorly refers to the health of mothers, infants, children, and adolescents. The Maternal and Child Health (MCH) supports a broad array of programs to improve the availability and access to high quality preventive and primary health care for children, and for the reproductive health care of women. Both maternal and child health are interdependent and significantly contributing to high burden of mortality worldwide.

Track 10: Women Oncology

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Oncology is a field of medicine that deals with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. A medical professional or practitioner who practices oncology is an oncologist. The common oncology specialties include the gynecologic, which deals with the treatment of women, with cancer of the female-specific organs and pediatric, which is related to the treatment of children with cancer.

Track 11: Breast Diseases

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Breast diseases can be classified by a group of conditions marked by changes in breast tissue that are benign (not cancer).Most of breast diseases are noncancerous. They can be classified either with disorders of the integument, or disorders of the reproductive system. There are different types of breast diseases, including some types caused by an increase in the number of cells or by the growth of abnormal cells in the breast ducts or lobes.

Track 12: Uterine Diseases

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The uterus or the womb is the place where a baby grows when a woman is pregnant. The first sign of any problem with the uterus may be bleeding between periods or after sex. Causes can include the hormones, thyroid problems, uterine fibroids, polyps, cancer, infection, or pregnancy. Treatment can depend on the cause.

Track 13: Gynecology & Obstetrics

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Gynecology & Obstetrics is a branch of medicine that specializes in the care of women during pregnancy and childbirth and in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the female reproductive organs. It also specializes in issues of other women’s health, such as menopause, hormone problems, contraception (birth control), and infertility. It is commonly abbreviated as OB-GYN, OBG or O&G. Obstetrician-gynecologists are physicians who possess special knowledge, skills and professional capability in the medical and surgical care of the female reproductive system and their associated disorders.

Track 14: Reproductive and Sexual Health

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Reproductive health generally refers to the diseases, disorders and conditions that affect the functioning of the male and female reproductive systems during all stages of life. Planning and having a healthy pregnancy is essential to the health of women, infants, and families and is especially important in preventing teen pregnancy and childbearing. Most of the Women’s came across many unique health issues related to reproduction and sexuality which are responsible for many health related problems experienced by women during their reproductive years (aged 15–44), of which unsafe sex is a major risk factor. To maintain Reproductive and Sexual Health, people must know the accurate information and the safe, effective, and acceptable contraception method of their choice.

Track 15: Women Reproductive Cancer

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Reproductive cancers are cancer that is related to the organs in reproduction. The most common reproductive cancers in women are cervical cancer, ovarian cancer, uterine cancer, vaginal cancer, Vulvar cancer. Cervical cancer is the Cancer of the cervix, the lower end of the uterus that extends to the vagina. Ovarian cancer is the Cancer in the ovaries, the two organs that make female hormones and produce a woman’s eggs. Uterine cancer is the Cancer in the uterus (womb), the organ where the baby grows when a woman is pregnant. Vaginal cancer is the Cancer of the vagina, the hollow channel that leads from the uterus and cervix to the outside of the body. Vulvar cancer is the Cancer of the vulva, the area around the opening of the vagina.

Track 16: Midwifery Nursing Practice

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Nurse-Midwife is a registered nurse with additional training as a midwife who delivers infants and provides prenatal and postpartum care, newborn care, and some routine care (such as gynecological exams) of women. Certified nurse-midwives or certified midwives are skilled health professionals who practice in a wide variety of clinical settings, diagnosing and treating patients as well as referring them to a specialist, if required. Midwife nursing practice includes the Evidence based practice (EBP) which is the conscientious use of current best evidence in making decisions about patient care and treatment.

Track 17: Reproductive Endocrinology

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Reproductive endocrinology is a field of medicine that identifies and treats infertility in both men and women. Reproductive endocrinology is a surgical subspecialty of obstetrics and gynecology that trains physicians in reproductive medicine addressing hormonal functioning as it pertains to reproduction as well as the issue of infertility. This is a medical specialty for infertility, menopause, and other issues with reproductive hormones. This specialty sometimes is called as reproductive endocrinology and infertility because much of their work focuses on helping women to become pregnant and carry a baby to term. A Reproductive Endocrinologist is a fertility specialist that specializes in Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), Endometriosis, congenital adrenal hyperplasia, Tubal factor infertility, Male factor infertility, Fertility preservation, Congenital uterine anomalies, Other disorders of the female reproductive tract.

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2nd World Dermatological Congress (PGR)

2nd World Dermatological Congress

About Conference

On behalf of PULSUS group, we are honored to invite you to join the “2nd World Dermatological Congress” slated on August 19-20, 2019 at Toronto, Canada.

The conference, Advanced Dermatology 2019 has been planned and implemented in accordance with the policies and requirements of the accreditation committee under the theme "Enhancing and Developing Best Practices in Dermatology". We are glad to convey that the program will cover the whole range of research in dermatology and skin care. Furthermore, the conference gives an idea about the multifaced encounters, varied treatments and methodologies in dermatology. For sure it will be a platform for all the innovators, researchers, organizations and scholars to figure out the contemporary advancements in the field of dermatology. A Dermatologist is a specialist in the field of dermatology who specializes in all things identified mostly with hair, skin and nails. The logical program accumulates visionaries through explorational talks and presentations which sets forward numerous interesting systems and ideologies. This dermatological conference is mainly intended on sharing exploration on skin tumour, healthy skin, treatment for skin illnesses, and amazing strategies in the field of dermatology. This conference completely covers all the aspects of dermatology from diagnosis to evaluation of dermatologic conditions through standard and emergent treatment options. Moreover, this meeting provides the scientists to discover global associates for further collaboration.

Dermatology:

Dermatology is a branch of complex visual speciality on both medical and surgical aspects of skin, hair, nails and its sicknesses. Skin diseases have a serious impact on life and few of them can be life-threatening too. This field covers about the basic acquaintance and intuitiveness on skin structure, functions and its diseases. Similarly, this study provides an outcome about the causes, symptoms and consequences of skin pathology. Dermatological field is mainly intended on analysing about the skin treatments, diagnostic techniques, prevention and disorders of skin. Some of the deliberate diseases of skin include sub disciplines such as dermatitis, psoriasis, rosacea, scars, acne, chronic folliculitis, angiosarcomas, hair loss etc. Dermatology is mainly structured around three components such as medical, surgical and pharmacological treatments and their benefits. Since, skin is one of the sensitive organs of human body the study of this field is majorly important.

Who should attend:

Dermatologists
Medical Colleges
Health care Faculty
Dermatology Researchers
Healthcare Associations and Societies
Academic Scientists
Marketing professionals
Students

Target Audience:

Dermatologists
Dermatology Researchers
Dermatology Faculties
Diagnostic laboratory professionals
Medical Colleges
Academic Scientists
Healthcare Industries
Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
Plastic surgeons
Business Entrepreneurs
Educational institutes
Cosmetic Product development and marketing professionals
Students

Scientific Sessions

Session 01: Dermatopathology

Dermatopathology is a branch which combines both dermatology and pathological studies. It explains about the histology of the skin which includes, Protection, thermoregulation, metabolic functions, circulation of the dermis and epidermis. Non-neoplastic disorders which are also called as tumours are one the major disorders of skin. Some of the diseases include, sarcoma, carcinoma, brain tumour, fibroid tumour etc. Body’s own tissue can cause abnormal inflammation which may result in damage to normal tissues such as, redness, swelling, stiffness, chronic pain etc. Auto immune diseases are amongst the serious one’s which include Bullous pemphigoid, Dermatitis Herpetiformis, Pemphigus Vulgaris. A dermatopathologist is a specialist who analyses skin diseases through microscope and they work in close association with clinical dermatologists.

Session 02: Cosmetic Dermatology

The impact of bioactive skin care ingredient technology and drug delivery systems have resulted in development and advancement of cosmeceuticals in the field of cosmetic dermatology. Most of the dermatological procedures can improve the appearance of the skin by treating scars, acne and wrinkles. Some of the non-surgical treatments of the body include Stretch mark removal, Schlerotherpathy vein removal, Laser tattoo removal and Zerona. Facial skin treatments include chemical peels, Thermage for the face and eyes, Laser skin surfacing and skin tightening. Dermal fillers and injectables reduce the appearance of the skin wrinkling. Similarly, popular injectable treatments include Sculptra, Restylane, and Perlane. To improve the overall appearance and the well being of the skin many chemical and mechanical skin resurfacing methods have been utilized by humans.

Session 03: Clinical Dermatology

Clinical Dermatology precise practical information on diagnosis and management of clinical disorders. Diagnosis is mainly based on the distribution of lesions and on their configuration and morphology. Depending on the diseases suggested by the morphology, skin diseases are examined and analysed. Many drugs are used as clinical protocols in treating clinical diseases. Botulinum toxin is used in clinical dermatology to treat some of the auto immune disorders such as primary hyperhidrosis and many skin diseases. The appealing of nutricosmetics lies in the increasing pursuit of wellness. The market for nutricosmetics is set to hit $7.2 billion by 2020 in which the sales of vitamins have overtook the painkillers for the first time. These drugs boost an individual’s collagen and human growth hormone production which protects the skin against radial damage.

Session 04: Psychodermatology

Psychodermatology is the treatment of skin disorders using psychological and psychiatric techniques. It is also called as the controversial speciality of dermatology. Frequently treated conditions are: psoriasis, eczema, hives, genital and oral herpes, acne, warts, skin allergies, pain and burning sensations, hair loss and compulsive skin picking and hair pulling. Psychological or psychiatric treatments are the primary treatments include relaxation, meditation, hypnosis and self-hypnosis, psychotropic medications, biofeedback, and focused psychotherapy.

Session 05: Pediatric Dermatology

A study of combination of both pediatrics and skin diseases is termed as Pediatric dermatology. A medical practitioner who is specialized in this field is called a pediatrician/ pediatric dermatologist. Children gets affected by auto immune diseases such as Juvenile Dermatomyositis which is a deliberate disorder. The clinical phenotype of myositis in children is approximately 80% and similarly, the patients with JDM often have photosensitive rashes including erythema. A very common disorder in children include anaemia which results from lack of red blood corpuscles that leads to reduced oxygen flow to body’s organs. Symptoms of anaemia are fatigue, shortness of breath, dizziness etc. Splenectomy is a minimally invasive pediatric surgery in which the spleen is removed by operation. In most cases splenectomy can be performed laparoscopically by a surgeon.

Session 06: Dermatographism

A study of combination of both pediatrics and skin diseases is termed as Pediatric dermatology. A medical practitioner who is specialized in this field is called a pediatrician/ pediatric dermatologist. Children gets affected by auto immune diseases such as Juvenile Dermatomyositis which is a deliberate disorder. The clinical phenotype of myositis in children is approximately 80% and similarly, the patients with JDM often have photosensitive rashes including erythema. A very common disorder in children include anaemia which results from lack of red blood corpuscles that leads to reduced oxygen flow to body’s organs. Symptoms of anaemia are fatigue, shortness of breath, dizziness etc. Splenectomy is a minimally invasive pediatric surgery in which the spleen is removed by operation. In most cases splenectomy can be performed laparoscopically by a surgeon.

Session 07: Dermatologic Drug Therapy

A branch of pharmacology which is concerned with the movement and excretion of drugs is known as pharmacokinetics. Some of the dermatological treatments include cleansing agents, anti-infective agents, antipruritics etc and the combination vehicles contain propylene and polyethylene glycol. Keratolytics is a technique which is commonly used for softening of epidermal cells and similarly Salicylic acid is used to treat acne, warts and psoriasis. Anti-histamine like Doxepin is used in treating itching of nummular dermatitis, atopic dermatitis etc. Some of the commonly used drugs are pramoxine, clindamycin, Clobetasol, bacitracin, erythromycin etc.

Session 08: Melanoma

Melanoma is a type of cancer that is developed from pigment containing cells known as melanocytes. Skin cancer is most common with increasing age, but malignant melanoma is high in younger people. About 70% people who have cancer are still alive after being diagnosed. The most aggressive form of skin cancer is melanoma. Symptoms of this type of cancer include appearance of lumps in skin, formation of acne in bones and so on. Treatments like Immunotherapy and Chemotherapy are often recommended to treat Melanoma. Usually adjuvant therapy is offered after the removal of all detectable diseases by surgical treatments. The US food and the drug administration has approved three combinations of new medications to cure melanoma. When the cancer has spread to all parts of the body, the treatments may be complex.

Session 09: Ayurveda Dermatology

Ayurveda is one of the world’s oldest medical systems. This type of medicine employs the use of herbal compounds, oil massages and lifestyle changes. There have been a very few clinical trials on the use of ayurvedic medicine for dermatologic diseases. The common ingredients in ayurvedic medications include Curcuma longa (Ginger) and additionally Curcumin is used to down regulate kinases in patients with psoriasis. Since, ayurvedic medicine contains a variety of products containing herbs, there is a potential of interaction with conventional medications.

Session 10: Skin Pharmacology

Development of cutaneous disease with effects of chemical and lights is termed as drug photosensitivity. However, one or more cutaneous manifestations may occur when photoactivation of the chemical occurs. Some of the manifestations include pseudo porphyria, photo allergic reactions etc. Sun burns and non melanomal skin cancers are caused by UV-B wavelengths. Usually it is difficult to differentiate between photoallergic and phototoxic reactions. 1-2% of patients are affected with acute photosensitivity disorders. Craniofacial reconstruction is a type of technique in which the abnormalities or genetic disorders in a child’s skull or face is repaired by a plastic surgeon. With the help of plastic surgery, the skin attains proper development to regain its function and gives a normal appearance. Patients who have underwent burns on traumatic injury is mostly counselled with Face transplant therapy. Radiation therapies include X-ray therapy, electron therapy and brachytherapy.

Session 11: Neonatal Dermatology

Rashes are extremely common in new-born’s and can be a significant source of parental concern. Immaturity of skin disease structures results in Milia and Miliaria. During the first four weeks of life a variety of changes exhibit in a new-born’s skin. Physicians of the infants can identify common skin lesions and counsel parents appropriately. The most popular eruption in new-born’s is erythema Toxicum Neonatorum which is present at the time of birth but more often appears during the second or third day of life. Lesions usually occur on trunk, face and proximal extremities. 20% of the new-borns are affected by acne neonatorum which are diagnosed by lotions. Temperature regulation is fundamental immediately after the birth.

Session 12: Bariatric and aesthetical Surgery

The principle purpose of aesthetical surgery is to improve the appearance of skin. Some of the major types of aesthetical surgery on radiation therapy include rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty etc. Cosmetic surgery is growing in popularity across the world with 15.1million cosmetic procedures. Mammoplasty is one of the most prevailed techniques under aesthetical surgery in which the breast augmentation is performed using silicone gel or saline. Surgical management of morbid obesity is termed as Bariatric surgery. Operative procedures of bariatric surgery include vertical banded gastroplasty, biliopancreatic diversion/ duodenal switch and so on. Patients with hypertension and diabetes mellitus are usually treated with this type of surgery. Some of the complications are deep vein thrombosis, incisional hernia, wound dehiscence, pneumonia etc. Panniculectomy is a type of reconstructive surgery in which the patient’s excess abdominal wall fat is removed after the weight loss.

Session 13: Dermatoepidemiology

Dermatoepidemiology is an emerging discipline in dermatology. Major aspect of this branch is the determination of global burden to skin diseases. Some of the therapies include Cryosurgery, Hair transplantation, Laser therapy, radiation therapy etc. Clinical epidemiology is concerned with describing the natural history and prognosis of diseases which seek to prevent or treat diseases. Absence of melanin produced by melanocytes causes many pigmentation disorders which are examined by hyper, hypo and de- pigmentation. Some of the Pigmentation disorders include Albinism, Pityriasis alba etc.

Session 14: Genodermatoses

Geno dermatoses are genetic diseases with cutaneous expression. The estimation of genetic risks requires accuracy and thus genetic counselling is important in dermatological practice. Some are characterized particularly by alterations in the normal keratinization process referred as Geno keratoses. Permanent defect in dermal epidermal adhesion causes epidermolysis bullosa. The diagnostic methods include Electron microscope examination and so on. Xeroderma Pigmentosum is a genetic disorder of DNA repair in which the ability to repair damage caused by ultraviolent is deficient. The treatment for this disorder includes cryotherapy and avoiding exposure to sunlight etc. Only 40% of the individuals with this disease survive beyond the age of 20. Some of the congenital malformations and deformations of skin diseases ichthyosis vulgaris, X linked ichthyosis etc.

Session 15: Emerging Drugs For Dermatitis

A group of diseases that results in inflammation of the skin is known as dermatitis. Some of the dermatitis are most common in adults whereas, some are common in adults. Symptoms of this disorder include blisters, itchy skin, redness, swelling and rashes. Common types of dermatitis are Atopic, Seborrheic, dyshidrotic dermatitis. Risk factors are like environment, allergy, health conditions and asthma. A dermatologist may perform a skin biopsy under a microscope to help to diagnose the cause. Treatments for this type of disorders include phototherapy, creams or lotions for dry skin, oatmeal baths to relieve itching, medications to reduce allergies and itching. There are some of the alternative therapies like acupuncture, massage and yoga to reduce stress. Dietary supplements such as vitamin D and probiotics helps to manage those symptoms of the disease.

Session 16: Dermatoscopy

This instrument is very useful in diagnosing Melanoma disorders. The main modes of dermatoscopy includes Non- polarized light and polarized light. Digital dermatoscopy is used in storage of images and some of the common systems of this instrument include Fotofinder, Easy scan and Molemax. Hair and scalp diseases such as Alopecia areata, wooly hair syndrome are diagnosed by trichoscopy. One of the typical application of dermatoscopy is early detection of melanoma.

Session 17: Deliberate Issues

The approach to the clinically uninvolved regional Lymph nodes for melanoma patients has been the ongoing controversary in the field of dermatology. Cryosurgery has been used as a treatment for a variety of cutaneous lesions. Different techniques are available in cryosurgery, but the clinician must be very careful in assessment of each patient with the appropriate use of cryotherapy. Lots of effects and complications are involved in handling cryosurgery so proper management should be instituted by the clinicians. Tattoos are considered as single dose exposure and controlling the safety of tattoo inks by banning potential chemicals is unsuccessful due to lack of documentation of clinical and epidemiological relevance. Tattoo complications are very complicated with many entities and disease mechanisms and thus they are a new sub speciality in medicine and dermatology.

Session 18: Current Therapies

The development of new targets for psoriasis treatment has instituted many new therapies on the field of dermatology. Firstly, the patient should be addressed with educational and psychological needs. A resource named National Psoriasis foundation is offering patients about the social implications and a host of materials on how to manage the disease. Some patients are treated with topical treatments and some of them can be treated directly on phototherapy or systemic treatments. Steroids pulse therapies in dermatology are most commonly used for auto immune conditions and inflammatory disorders as they are less toxic. The administration of supra therapeutic steroids in intermittent manner to enhance the therapeutic effects is termed as pulse therapy. 

Session 19: Tele dermatology

Exchange of medical information over a distance using audio, visual and data communication with the help of telecommunication technologies is termed as tele dermatology. Tele medicine and e-health are the most commonly used applications. Tele dermatology helps to reduce time and costs. Mobile Telemedicine is a system in which at least one participant uses handheld devices in contrast to conventional stationary telemedicine platforms. Tele dermatopathology is the transmission of dermatopathologic images either in real-time with the aid of a robotic microscope or using a store-and-forward system.

 

Please contact the event manager Marilyn ([email protected] ) below for:

- Multiple participant discounts
- Price quotations or visa invitation letters
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- Event sponsorship

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2nd World Dermatological Congress (PGR)

2nd World Dermatological Congress

About Conference

On behalf of PULSUS group, we are honored to invite you to join the “2nd World Dermatological Congress” slated on August 19-20, 2019 at Toronto, Canada.

The conference, Advanced Dermatology 2019 has been planned and implemented in accordance with the policies and requirements of the accreditation committee under the theme "Enhancing and Developing Best Practices in Dermatology". We are glad to convey that the program will cover the whole range of research in dermatology and skin care. Furthermore, the conference gives an idea about the multifaced encounters, varied treatments and methodologies in dermatology. For sure it will be a platform for all the innovators, researchers, organizations and scholars to figure out the contemporary advancements in the field of dermatology. A Dermatologist is a specialist in the field of dermatology who specializes in all things identified mostly with hair, skin and nails. The logical program accumulates visionaries through explorational talks and presentations which sets forward numerous interesting systems and ideologies. This dermatological conference is mainly intended on sharing exploration on skin tumour, healthy skin, treatment for skin illnesses, and amazing strategies in the field of dermatology. This conference completely covers all the aspects of dermatology from diagnosis to evaluation of dermatologic conditions through standard and emergent treatment options. Moreover, this meeting provides the scientists to discover global associates for further collaboration.

Dermatology:

Dermatology is a branch of complex visual speciality on both medical and surgical aspects of skin, hair, nails and its sicknesses. Skin diseases have a serious impact on life and few of them can be life-threatening too. This field covers about the basic acquaintance and intuitiveness on skin structure, functions and its diseases. Similarly, this study provides an outcome about the causes, symptoms and consequences of skin pathology. Dermatological field is mainly intended on analysing about the skin treatments, diagnostic techniques, prevention and disorders of skin. Some of the deliberate diseases of skin include sub disciplines such as dermatitis, psoriasis, rosacea, scars, acne, chronic folliculitis, angiosarcomas, hair loss etc. Dermatology is mainly structured around three components such as medical, surgical and pharmacological treatments and their benefits. Since, skin is one of the sensitive organs of human body the study of this field is majorly important.

Who should attend:

Dermatologists
Medical Colleges
Health care Faculty
Dermatology Researchers
Healthcare Associations and Societies
Academic Scientists
Marketing professionals
Students

Target Audience:

Dermatologists
Dermatology Researchers
Dermatology Faculties
Diagnostic laboratory professionals
Medical Colleges
Academic Scientists
Healthcare Industries
Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies
Plastic surgeons
Business Entrepreneurs
Educational institutes
Cosmetic Product development and marketing professionals
Students

Scientific Sessions

Session 01: Dermatopathology

Dermatopathology is a branch which combines both dermatology and pathological studies. It explains about the histology of the skin which includes, Protection, thermoregulation, metabolic functions, circulation of the dermis and epidermis. Non-neoplastic disorders which are also called as tumours are one the major disorders of skin. Some of the diseases include, sarcoma, carcinoma, brain tumour, fibroid tumour etc. Body’s own tissue can cause abnormal inflammation which may result in damage to normal tissues such as, redness, swelling, stiffness, chronic pain etc. Auto immune diseases are amongst the serious one’s which include Bullous pemphigoid, Dermatitis Herpetiformis, Pemphigus Vulgaris. A dermatopathologist is a specialist who analyses skin diseases through microscope and they work in close association with clinical dermatologists.

Session 02: Cosmetic Dermatology

The impact of bioactive skin care ingredient technology and drug delivery systems have resulted in development and advancement of cosmeceuticals in the field of cosmetic dermatology. Most of the dermatological procedures can improve the appearance of the skin by treating scars, acne and wrinkles. Some of the non-surgical treatments of the body include Stretch mark removal, Schlerotherpathy vein removal, Laser tattoo removal and Zerona. Facial skin treatments include chemical peels, Thermage for the face and eyes, Laser skin surfacing and skin tightening. Dermal fillers and injectables reduce the appearance of the skin wrinkling. Similarly, popular injectable treatments include Sculptra, Restylane, and Perlane. To improve the overall appearance and the well being of the skin many chemical and mechanical skin resurfacing methods have been utilized by humans.

Session 03: Clinical Dermatology

Clinical Dermatology precise practical information on diagnosis and management of clinical disorders. Diagnosis is mainly based on the distribution of lesions and on their configuration and morphology. Depending on the diseases suggested by the morphology, skin diseases are examined and analysed. Many drugs are used as clinical protocols in treating clinical diseases. Botulinum toxin is used in clinical dermatology to treat some of the auto immune disorders such as primary hyperhidrosis and many skin diseases. The appealing of nutricosmetics lies in the increasing pursuit of wellness. The market for nutricosmetics is set to hit $7.2 billion by 2020 in which the sales of vitamins have overtook the painkillers for the first time. These drugs boost an individual’s collagen and human growth hormone production which protects the skin against radial damage.

Session 04: Psychodermatology

Psychodermatology is the treatment of skin disorders using psychological and psychiatric techniques. It is also called as the controversial speciality of dermatology. Frequently treated conditions are: psoriasis, eczema, hives, genital and oral herpes, acne, warts, skin allergies, pain and burning sensations, hair loss and compulsive skin picking and hair pulling. Psychological or psychiatric treatments are the primary treatments include relaxation, meditation, hypnosis and self-hypnosis, psychotropic medications, biofeedback, and focused psychotherapy.

Session 05: Pediatric Dermatology

A study of combination of both pediatrics and skin diseases is termed as Pediatric dermatology. A medical practitioner who is specialized in this field is called a pediatrician/ pediatric dermatologist. Children gets affected by auto immune diseases such as Juvenile Dermatomyositis which is a deliberate disorder. The clinical phenotype of myositis in children is approximately 80% and similarly, the patients with JDM often have photosensitive rashes including erythema. A very common disorder in children include anaemia which results from lack of red blood corpuscles that leads to reduced oxygen flow to body’s organs. Symptoms of anaemia are fatigue, shortness of breath, dizziness etc. Splenectomy is a minimally invasive pediatric surgery in which the spleen is removed by operation. In most cases splenectomy can be performed laparoscopically by a surgeon.

Session 06: Dermatographism

A study of combination of both pediatrics and skin diseases is termed as Pediatric dermatology. A medical practitioner who is specialized in this field is called a pediatrician/ pediatric dermatologist. Children gets affected by auto immune diseases such as Juvenile Dermatomyositis which is a deliberate disorder. The clinical phenotype of myositis in children is approximately 80% and similarly, the patients with JDM often have photosensitive rashes including erythema. A very common disorder in children include anaemia which results from lack of red blood corpuscles that leads to reduced oxygen flow to body’s organs. Symptoms of anaemia are fatigue, shortness of breath, dizziness etc. Splenectomy is a minimally invasive pediatric surgery in which the spleen is removed by operation. In most cases splenectomy can be performed laparoscopically by a surgeon.

Session 07: Dermatologic Drug Therapy

A branch of pharmacology which is concerned with the movement and excretion of drugs is known as pharmacokinetics. Some of the dermatological treatments include cleansing agents, anti-infective agents, antipruritics etc and the combination vehicles contain propylene and polyethylene glycol. Keratolytics is a technique which is commonly used for softening of epidermal cells and similarly Salicylic acid is used to treat acne, warts and psoriasis. Anti-histamine like Doxepin is used in treating itching of nummular dermatitis, atopic dermatitis etc. Some of the commonly used drugs are pramoxine, clindamycin, Clobetasol, bacitracin, erythromycin etc.

Session 08: Melanoma

Melanoma is a type of cancer that is developed from pigment containing cells known as melanocytes. Skin cancer is most common with increasing age, but malignant melanoma is high in younger people. About 70% people who have cancer are still alive after being diagnosed. The most aggressive form of skin cancer is melanoma. Symptoms of this type of cancer include appearance of lumps in skin, formation of acne in bones and so on. Treatments like Immunotherapy and Chemotherapy are often recommended to treat Melanoma. Usually adjuvant therapy is offered after the removal of all detectable diseases by surgical treatments. The US food and the drug administration has approved three combinations of new medications to cure melanoma. When the cancer has spread to all parts of the body, the treatments may be complex.

Session 09: Ayurveda Dermatology

Ayurveda is one of the world’s oldest medical systems. This type of medicine employs the use of herbal compounds, oil massages and lifestyle changes. There have been a very few clinical trials on the use of ayurvedic medicine for dermatologic diseases. The common ingredients in ayurvedic medications include Curcuma longa (Ginger) and additionally Curcumin is used to down regulate kinases in patients with psoriasis. Since, ayurvedic medicine contains a variety of products containing herbs, there is a potential of interaction with conventional medications.

Session 10: Skin Pharmacology

Development of cutaneous disease with effects of chemical and lights is termed as drug photosensitivity. However, one or more cutaneous manifestations may occur when photoactivation of the chemical occurs. Some of the manifestations include pseudo porphyria, photo allergic reactions etc. Sun burns and non melanomal skin cancers are caused by UV-B wavelengths. Usually it is difficult to differentiate between photoallergic and phototoxic reactions. 1-2% of patients are affected with acute photosensitivity disorders. Craniofacial reconstruction is a type of technique in which the abnormalities or genetic disorders in a child’s skull or face is repaired by a plastic surgeon. With the help of plastic surgery, the skin attains proper development to regain its function and gives a normal appearance. Patients who have underwent burns on traumatic injury is mostly counselled with Face transplant therapy. Radiation therapies include X-ray therapy, electron therapy and brachytherapy.

Session 11: Neonatal Dermatology

Rashes are extremely common in new-born’s and can be a significant source of parental concern. Immaturity of skin disease structures results in Milia and Miliaria. During the first four weeks of life a variety of changes exhibit in a new-born’s skin. Physicians of the infants can identify common skin lesions and counsel parents appropriately. The most popular eruption in new-born’s is erythema Toxicum Neonatorum which is present at the time of birth but more often appears during the second or third day of life. Lesions usually occur on trunk, face and proximal extremities. 20% of the new-borns are affected by acne neonatorum which are diagnosed by lotions. Temperature regulation is fundamental immediately after the birth.

Session 12: Bariatric and aesthetical Surgery

The principle purpose of aesthetical surgery is to improve the appearance of skin. Some of the major types of aesthetical surgery on radiation therapy include rhinoplasty, blepharoplasty etc. Cosmetic surgery is growing in popularity across the world with 15.1million cosmetic procedures. Mammoplasty is one of the most prevailed techniques under aesthetical surgery in which the breast augmentation is performed using silicone gel or saline. Surgical management of morbid obesity is termed as Bariatric surgery. Operative procedures of bariatric surgery include vertical banded gastroplasty, biliopancreatic diversion/ duodenal switch and so on. Patients with hypertension and diabetes mellitus are usually treated with this type of surgery. Some of the complications are deep vein thrombosis, incisional hernia, wound dehiscence, pneumonia etc. Panniculectomy is a type of reconstructive surgery in which the patient’s excess abdominal wall fat is removed after the weight loss.

Session 13: Dermatoepidemiology

Dermatoepidemiology is an emerging discipline in dermatology. Major aspect of this branch is the determination of global burden to skin diseases. Some of the therapies include Cryosurgery, Hair transplantation, Laser therapy, radiation therapy etc. Clinical epidemiology is concerned with describing the natural history and prognosis of diseases which seek to prevent or treat diseases. Absence of melanin produced by melanocytes causes many pigmentation disorders which are examined by hyper, hypo and de- pigmentation. Some of the Pigmentation disorders include Albinism, Pityriasis alba etc.

Session 14: Genodermatoses

Geno dermatoses are genetic diseases with cutaneous expression. The estimation of genetic risks requires accuracy and thus genetic counselling is important in dermatological practice. Some are characterized particularly by alterations in the normal keratinization process referred as Geno keratoses. Permanent defect in dermal epidermal adhesion causes epidermolysis bullosa. The diagnostic methods include Electron microscope examination and so on. Xeroderma Pigmentosum is a genetic disorder of DNA repair in which the ability to repair damage caused by ultraviolent is deficient. The treatment for this disorder includes cryotherapy and avoiding exposure to sunlight etc. Only 40% of the individuals with this disease survive beyond the age of 20. Some of the congenital malformations and deformations of skin diseases ichthyosis vulgaris, X linked ichthyosis etc.

Session 15: Emerging Drugs For Dermatitis

A group of diseases that results in inflammation of the skin is known as dermatitis. Some of the dermatitis are most common in adults whereas, some are common in adults. Symptoms of this disorder include blisters, itchy skin, redness, swelling and rashes. Common types of dermatitis are Atopic, Seborrheic, dyshidrotic dermatitis. Risk factors are like environment, allergy, health conditions and asthma. A dermatologist may perform a skin biopsy under a microscope to help to diagnose the cause. Treatments for this type of disorders include phototherapy, creams or lotions for dry skin, oatmeal baths to relieve itching, medications to reduce allergies and itching. There are some of the alternative therapies like acupuncture, massage and yoga to reduce stress. Dietary supplements such as vitamin D and probiotics helps to manage those symptoms of the disease.

Session 16: Dermatoscopy

This instrument is very useful in diagnosing Melanoma disorders. The main modes of dermatoscopy includes Non- polarized light and polarized light. Digital dermatoscopy is used in storage of images and some of the common systems of this instrument include Fotofinder, Easy scan and Molemax. Hair and scalp diseases such as Alopecia areata, wooly hair syndrome are diagnosed by trichoscopy. One of the typical application of dermatoscopy is early detection of melanoma.

Session 17: Deliberate Issues

The approach to the clinically uninvolved regional Lymph nodes for melanoma patients has been the ongoing controversary in the field of dermatology. Cryosurgery has been used as a treatment for a variety of cutaneous lesions. Different techniques are available in cryosurgery, but the clinician must be very careful in assessment of each patient with the appropriate use of cryotherapy. Lots of effects and complications are involved in handling cryosurgery so proper management should be instituted by the clinicians. Tattoos are considered as single dose exposure and controlling the safety of tattoo inks by banning potential chemicals is unsuccessful due to lack of documentation of clinical and epidemiological relevance. Tattoo complications are very complicated with many entities and disease mechanisms and thus they are a new sub speciality in medicine and dermatology.

Session 18: Current Therapies

The development of new targets for psoriasis treatment has instituted many new therapies on the field of dermatology. Firstly, the patient should be addressed with educational and psychological needs. A resource named National Psoriasis foundation is offering patients about the social implications and a host of materials on how to manage the disease. Some patients are treated with topical treatments and some of them can be treated directly on phototherapy or systemic treatments. Steroids pulse therapies in dermatology are most commonly used for auto immune conditions and inflammatory disorders as they are less toxic. The administration of supra therapeutic steroids in intermittent manner to enhance the therapeutic effects is termed as pulse therapy. 

Session 19: Tele dermatology

Exchange of medical information over a distance using audio, visual and data communication with the help of telecommunication technologies is termed as tele dermatology. Tele medicine and e-health are the most commonly used applications. Tele dermatology helps to reduce time and costs. Mobile Telemedicine is a system in which at least one participant uses handheld devices in contrast to conventional stationary telemedicine platforms. Tele dermatopathology is the transmission of dermatopathologic images either in real-time with the aid of a robotic microscope or using a store-and-forward system.

 

Please contact the event manager Marilyn ([email protected] ) below for:

- Multiple participant discounts
- Price quotations or visa invitation letters
- Payment by alternate channels (PayPal, check, Western Union, wire transfers etc)
- Event sponsorship

NO REFUNDS ALLOWED ON REGISTRATIONS
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Top Hotel World Tour Conference in New York (thp) AS

New York

 

Event Program

TOPHOTELWORLDTOUR is an exclusive one-day networking conference for leaders of the hospitality industry. Our innovative activities and schedules are geared towards catalysing quality interactions with the who’s who of the regional hotel market, and gets you up to speed on the latest trends and developments in the industry.


Change Table Sessions

We organise 8 “speed-networking” sessions, usually with six delegates per table, during which everyone meets everyone. Each new “Change Table” session starts on a different table with 6 different delegates. We provide a personalised event schedule for every attendee, so you know where to be when and never miss a thing!

 

Creative Spark

Creative Spark is a competition between three architects/interior designers where delegates act as judges. Candidates present their projects and further discuss their work as part of a panel discussion. It’s the perfect opportunity for delegates to catch up on the latest hotel projects and hospitality design trends in general.



Keynote Presentations

The day usually begins with a public speaker sharing tips and tricks on enhancing your business networking. Later on in the conference, foremost hospitality industry experts present latest news, reports and future trends on which to keep an eye. Delegates receive all keynote presentations via email after the event.

 

Panel Discussion

We choose a hot-button issue in the region, and have them debated by a star-studded panel featuring industry figures, trendsetters, mavericks and thought-leaders. Our interactive format allows delegates to actively participate in the discussion and put forth their views/questions directly to the experts.



Food & Beverage

We’re all about good food and drink, be it during our welcome reception, coffee break, lunch or drinks reception. Get your caffeine fix, grab a snack, take a breather or continue interesting conversations you may have started during the conference — there are many ways to make the most of our event.

 

 

SPEAKERS

 

Melissa Cornfeld


Richie Karaburun

Richie Karaburun


Jonathan Jaeger

Jonathan Jaeger


Tobias Busse

Tobias Busse


Vince Stroop

Vince Stroop

George Kewin

George Kewin


Kimberly Brown

Kimberly Brown


Jordan Harry

Jordan Harry


Andrea Belfanti

Andrea Belfanti


Irina and Olga Sundukova

Irina and Olga Sundukova


Erin Hoover

Erin Hoover


John Fareed

John Fareed


Rolf W. Schmidt

Rolf W. Schmidt

 

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18th International Conference on Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology (CSE)

18th International Conference on Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology


About Conference
Conference Series LLC Ltd is arranging "18th International Conference on Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology" in Toronto, Canada. Oral Pathology is an uncommonly planned bunch meeting concentrating on various multidisciplinary approaches in the field of Dental and in addition Pathology related field. The primary subject of the meeting is " Solution to oral infection and diseases ".

Details of Oral Pathology Conference in Toronto, Canada.:
Conference Name Place Date
Oral Pathology 2019 Toronto, Canada September 24-25, 2018

This International Congress will show a blend of intriguing contextual analyses in oral and maxillofacial pathology covering an assortment of conditions experienced by and large and claim to fame dental practices. The moderators will use an Audience Response System which will empower members to namelessly react and cooperate with the moderators. What's more, the address will be altered by the gathering of people reactions and inquiries to all the more likely encourage learning.

Target Audience

Academia: 60%
Industries: 30%
Others: 10%

Oral Pathologists

Principal Dentist’s

Dental Partners or Owners

Dentists and Pediatric dentists

Dental House Officers

Oral/Dental Surgeons

Orthodontists

Periodontists

Dental Business/Practice Managers

Dental or Oral Hygienists & Therapists

Dental Treatment Coordinators

Dental Nurses

Dental and Oral Health Associations, Societies and Universities

Dental and Oral Health Researchers, Faculty and Students

Procurement and Management teams from Corporate Dental Organizations

Dental Wholesalers, Dealers and Distributors

Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies

Why to attend?

With people from around the world focused on getting some answers concerning Dental Science and its advances, this is your most obvious opportunity to accomplish the greatest accumulation of individuals from the Dental and Dental Research social order. Coordinate presentations, passing on information, meet with present and potential scientists, make a sprinkle with new upgrades, and get name affirmation at this 2 days event. Generally acclaimed speakers, the novel and present day advances of treating dental illness, the most recent frameworks, improvements, and the most current updates in Oral Pathology are indications of this social affair. 
To add to its guarantee, the setting of the occasion has been chosen after much research to guarantee that the occasion is being held in one of the hotpots for the concerned field, along these lines participation is relied to be stunning, both in quality and quantity. The assortment of planned gathering of people incorporates: figures of academic excellence, interested industrialists, Students, exhibitors and famous countenances from the universe of advertising along these lines empowering the supporters a one of a kind opportunity to look over a pool of remarkable degrees for development of their business, new task undertaking and enlistment. Every one of these components consolidated and a few more make Advanced Dental Education 2018 "must go to" dental meeting. 
A Unique Opportunity for Advertisers and Sponsors at this International occasion.

In this “18th International Conference on Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology” the attendees can find:

Exclusive Sessions and Panel discussions on latest innovations in dentistry
Keynote forums by renowned dentists
Speaker Forum
Poster Sessions on latest innovation in all the relevant areas
Poster sessions on every career stage
Young research forum
Post-Doctoral career development session
B2B Meetings
Global networking with 50+ countries
Novel techniques to benefit your research
Best platform for global business and networking opportunities
Meet the editors of refereed journals, society and association members across the globe

Session/Tracks

Pathology is a therapeutic claim to fame that decides the reason and nature of infections by looking at and testing body tissues (from biopsies and pap smears, for instance) and bodily fluids (from tests including blood and pee). The outcomes from these pathology tests enable specialists to analyze and treat patients accurately. A pathologist is a doctor in the therapeutic field who thinks about the causes, nature, and impacts of an infection. The field of pathology is wide with convergences of changes in cells, tissues, and organs that are the aftereffect of an infection.

Oral and Maxillofacial pathology is a joint sub claim to fame of dentistry and pathology that courses of action with nature, recognizing verification, and organization of illness impacting the oral and maxillofacial regions. It is a science that investigates the reasons, systems, and effects of these diseases. The obsessive states of the oral and maxillofacial zone are astounding with oral and maxillofacial pathologists much of the time being the key fragment in setting up an end to the field of Dental science and surgery. In the quality of oral maxillofacial pathology clinical investigation of infection, radiographic, microscopic assurance of sickness biochemical, or diverse examinations and furthermore the organization of those afflictions is sharpened. There is a similar number of inspirations to be an oral and maxillofacial master. It is a job that gives a considerable measure of prizes and challenges and furthermore an opportunity to encourage people and make groups more invaluable spots.

For the third back to the back year, the U.S. News and World Report recorded purposes for living in dentistry among its best occupations. In the "100 Best Jobs" summary of 2017, Dentist is #1, Orthodontist is #5, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeon Conference arrangement ties for #9, Orthodontist is #21, Dental Hygienist is #32 and Dental Assistant alters the once-over at #100. The U.S. Office of Labor Statistics expects 26,700 new dental expert work amid that time 2024. With populace development changes in human administrations law and the best in class retirement of a broad social event of dental experts taught in the midst of the 1970s, the prerequisite for new dental pros is rapidly extending. Rehearsing dental specialist to-populace proportions change broadly, yet reach out from around 42 to 108 dental masters for each 100,000 people, as shown by the American Dental Association.

In 2014, the normal net pay for an autonomous private general professional who possessed all or part of his or her training was $183,340, and $344,740 for oral specialists, as indicated by the ADA Health Policy Institute 2015 Survey of Dental Practitioners. Wages shift the nation over and rely upon the kind of training. While 80% of dental school graduates go into private practice all in all dentistry, the calling offers an extensive variety of clinical, research and scholarly chances to both new graduates and dental specialists at any phase of their professions.

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6th Annual Congress on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs (CSE)

6th Annual Congress on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs

About

Rare Diseases 2019

On behalf of the organizing committee, we are pleased to announce that the 6th Annual Congress on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs (Rare Diseases 2019) will be held from September 23-24, 2019 in Toronto, Canada. Rare Diseases 2019 provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers to present the latest research findings and describe emerging technologies, and directions in rare diseases and orphan drugs issues. The conference seeks to contribute to presenting novel research results in all aspects of Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs.

The conference aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of rare diseases and orphan drugs. It also provides the premier interdisciplinary forum for scientists, professors, specialists, researchers, students and practitioners to present their latest research results, ideas, developments, and applications in all areas of rare diseases and orphan drugs. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers, Industrial delegates Healthcare Professionals and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world.

The conference's goal will to provide a scientific forum for all international prestige scholars around the world and enable the interactive exchange of state-of-the-art knowledge. The conference will focus on evidence-based benefits proven in clinical trials and scientific experiments.

Why to attend?

Join the Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs Congress to keep up to date with the industry and to learn from our expert speaker panel, bringing you important new case studies and reports on this year’s relevant topics.

Learn more about global trends in rare diseases and its advances in the therapeutic and diagnostic market.
Discussing strategic win-win collaborations to help accelerate rare disease clinical drug development, and improve relationships between drug developers and patients to consider both parties’ interests
Hear more about how patient engagement by integrating the patient perspective into the drug development process through patient advocacy, patient-centric research, and patient groups
Learn about how the regulatory landscape for drug approvals is different between countries, and why it is important to keep informed about the regulations and guidelines of each region
Gain knowledge of different rare diseases and their unique challenges, as well as how treatment methods can be transferred to other rare diseases
Introducing cell and gene therapies to rare disease treatment - learn how gene therapy methods can improve the treatment of rare diseases and why it is becoming more commercially successful.
 

Market Analysis

Importance and Scope

A rare/orphan disease is outlined as a condition that affects fewer than 200,000 people. This definition was created by Congress within the Orphan Drug Act of 1983. There may be as many as 7,000 rare diseases and 70% of them have no form of treatment. Regulatory edges like longer market exclusivity, breakthrough designations, reduced fees and tax incentives are all encouraging investment. However, the marketing process and lifecycle for a rare disease drug are very different to a mass market product and require particular skills and knowledge.

Rare Diseases 2019 will be the best platform for all the doctors, researchers, renowned Scientists, research scholars, students who are working in this field across the globe under a single roof to exchange their knowledge related to Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs. This international event is an effort to find an alternative for invasive imaging technique against rare diseases like Zellweger syndrome, Muscular Dystrophy, Alkaptonuria, Angelman syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, Tay Sachs disease, Fragile X syndrome, Gaucher disease as well as many others.

Conference Highlights

· Different types of Rare Diseases

· Clinical Research and Public Awareness

· Mystery Diagnosis of Rare Diseases

· Challenges in Rare Diseases Treatment

· Rare Infectious Diseases and Immune Deficiencies

· Rare Diseases in Cancer

· Rare Diseases in Aging

· Orphan Drugs- development trends and strategies

· Clinical Research on Orphan Drugs

· Orphan Drugs and Ethical Issues

· Future Hereditary of Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs

· Patient organizations and their role in drug development or clinical research

Why attend?

In today's economic climate your business selections are as crucial as ever. 6th Annual Congress on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs (Rare Diseases 2019) allow you to maximise your time and marketing dollars whereas receiving immediate feedback on your new merchandises and services. Rare Diseases 2019 is organizing an outstanding Scientific Exhibition/Program and expects the world's leading specialists involved Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs. Your company will benefit with outstanding exposure to the leaders in Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs. Rare Diseases 2019 is a stimulating opportunity to showcase the new technology, the new products of your company, and/or the service your industry may offer to a wide-ranging international audience.

Target Audience

Join the Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs congress to keep up to date with the industry and to learn from our expert speaker panel, bringing you important new case studies and reports on this year’s relevant topics.

· Directors, Board Members, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Deans and Head of the Departments

· Researchers, Scientists, Faculties, Students

· Rare Diseases Associations and Societies

· Medical Colleges

· Industrial delegates from Academia and Research

· Industrial professionals from biomedical companies and healthcare sectors

· Medical Devices Manufacturing Companies

· Drug Manufacturing Companies and Industries

· Laboratory Technicians and Diagnostic Companies

· Business Entrepreneurs and Industrialists

Sessions/Tracks

The scientific program will focus on current advances in the clinical research, clinical trials, drug discovery, drug development, drug treatment and orphan drug clinical trials with a particular focus on their role in maintaining the academic level in rare diseases and orphan drugs. In addition, mentored sessions for poster presenters will provide guidance from world leaders for our experts of the future.

Track 1: Different types of Rare Diseases

A rare disease is defined as a condition that affects less than 200,000 people. This explanation was formed by Congress in the Orphan Drug Act of 1983. There may be as many as 7,000 rare diseases. Only a few categories of rare diseases are tracked when a person is diagnosed. These include certain infectious diseases, birth defects, and cancers. It also comprises the diseases on state newborn screening tests. Because most rare diseases are not trailed, it is hard to determine the exact number of rare diseases. Most rare diseases are genetic, and thus are present throughout the person's intact life, even if symptoms do not immediately appear.

Track 2: Clinical Research and Public Awareness

Clinical research is a branch of healthcare science. The first step in confronting this challenge is regularly getting the community to think about participating in clinical research. People need to consider how they can help advance the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. It is never too early to consider contribution whether or not someone finally chooses to join a study.

Track 3: Mystery Diagnosis of Rare Diseases

Diagnostic error in medicine is common. For example, a study from an intensive care unit demonstrated nearly 20% discordance between the clinically-defined cause of death and findings at post-mortem examination. Not surprisingly; therefore, the diagnosis of rare diseases is often delayed. Rare diseases affect likely 2-4% of the population. These diseases often have a genetic basis, either as uncommon recessive conditions or as the result of “de novo” genetic mutations not present in either parent. They can take varied and often debilitating form.

Track 4: Challenges in Rare Diseases Treatment

There are around 7,000 rare diseases, which from a regulatory outlook are defined as those diseases where there are less than 200,000 patients in the US or that affect no more than five in 10,000 of the general population in the EU. Orphan drugs are medicinal products envisioned for diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of life-threatening rare diseases. They are "orphans" because the pharmaceutical industry has little interest under normal market conditions in developing and marketing drugs intended for only a small number of patients suffering from very rare conditions.

Track 5: Rare Infectious Diseases and Immune Deficiencies

Globally, about one-third of human deaths are attributable to infections. In addition, the so-called non-infectious causes of death often have a mysterious infectious etiology. Many rare diseases or orphan diseases caused by infectious agents rather than genetic or environmental factors.

Track 6: Rare Diseases in Cancer

Rare cancers caused by simple genetic mutations and common cancers tend to be caused by a complex set of genetic and epigenetic aberrations that continually grow in number as the tumor develops. A cancer is considered to be rare if- 1. It starts in an uncommon place in the body, 2. The cancer is an unusual type and may need special treatment, 3. It is not one of the common types of cancer.

Track 7: Rare Diseases in Aging

Aging is a collection of degenerative changes that occur in organisms that lack the ability to perpetually regenerate. Age is a major risk factor for most common neurodegenerative diseases. Dementia becomes more common with age. The spectrum includes mild cognitive impairment, Alzheimer's disease, cerebrovascular disease, Parkinson's disease and Lou Gehrig's disease. Rare diseases provide much insight into the cellular processes that hasten the aging process.

Track 8: Orphan Drugs- development trends and strategies

The development of pharma industries has slowed in recent years because of many reasons such as patent expiries, generic competition, drying pipelines, and increasingly stringent regulatory guidelines. Many blockbuster drugs will lose their exclusivity in next 5 years. Therefore, the current economic situation plus the huge generic competition shifted the focus of pharmaceutical companies from the essential medicines to the new business model — niche busters, also called orphan drugs.

Track 9: Clinical Research on Orphan Drugs

A clinical trial is a medical study conducted to test the effects of a new or already existing drug, of a biological treatment or of a medical device that might treat or curb a disease already identified. The main goal of a clinical trial is to compare two or several groups of subjects, by using two or several treatments in order to determine the efficacy of a drug or of a biological treatment. Clinical trials are carefully and ethically conducted in order to protect patients against unwanted adverse reactions and to allow collection and accurate analysis of the information concerning the disease.

Track 10: Orphan Drugs and Ethical Issues

This track outlines the moral dilemma of funding orphan drug research and development. To date, ethical aspects of priority setting for research funding have not been an issue of discussion in the bioethics debate. Conflicting moral obligations of beneficence and distributive justice appear to demand very different levels of funding for orphan drug research. The two types of orphan disease, rare diseases, and tropical diseases, however, present very different ethical challenges to questions about the allocation of research funds. The dilemma is analyzed considering utilitarian and rights-based theories of justice and moral obligations of non-abandonment and a professional obligation to advance medical science. The limitations of standard economic evaluation tools and other priority setting tools used to inform health policy decision makers on research funding decisions are outlined.

Track 11: Future Hereditary of Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs

Work over the past 25 years has resulted in the identification of genes responsible for ~50% of the estimated 7,000 rare monogenic diseases and it is predicted that most of the remaining disease-causing genes will be identified by the year 2020 and probably sooner. This marked acceleration is the result of dramatic improvements in DNA-sequencing technologies and the associated analyses. We examine the rapid maturation of rare-disease genetic analysis and successful strategies for gene identification. We highlight the impact of discovering rare-disease-causing genes, from clinical diagnostics to insights gained into biological mechanisms and common diseases. Last, we explore the increasing therapeutic opportunities and challenges that the resulting expansion of the 'Atlas' of human genetic pathology will bring.

Track 11: Patient organizations and their role in drug development or clinical research

Rare disease drug development could benefit substantially from increased patient engagement and input to enhance understanding of the key aspects of disease impact, ways to measure these impacts and patients' perspectives on the benefit-risk profile of potential therapies.

Track 12: Entrepreneurs Investment Meet

A platform aimed to connect Entrepreneurs, Proposers and the Investors worldwide. It's intended to create and facilitate the most optimized and viable meeting place for engaging people in global business discussions, evaluation and execution of promising business ideas. An investor could be able to find out the highest potential investment opportunities globally, which provide a good return on investment. For entrepreneurs, this would be an ideal place to find out suitable investors and partners to start and/or expand their business. Thus it is a perfect place to connect Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, Early Stage Companies and Established Corporates with National or International Investors, Corporate Investors, and Potential Business Partners.

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10th Annual Congress on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs (CSE)

10th Annual Congress on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs

About


Rare Diseases 2019

Details of Rare Diseases 2019 in USA
Conference Name Place Date
Rare Diseases 2019 Toronto, Canada September 23-24, 2019

On behalf of the organizing committee, we are pleased to announce that the 10th Annual Congress on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs (Rare Diseases 2019) will be held from September 23-24, 2019 in Toronto, Canada. Rare Diseases 2019 provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers to present the latest research findings and describe emerging technologies, and directions in rare diseases and orphan drugs issues. The conference seeks to contribute to presenting novel research results in all aspects of Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs.

The conference aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of rare diseases and orphan drugs. It also provides the premier interdisciplinary forum for scientists, professors, specialists, researchers, students and practitioners to present their latest research results, ideas, developments, and applications in all areas of rare diseases and orphan drugs. The conference will bring together leading academic scientists, researchers, Industrial delegates Healthcare Professionals and scholars in the domain of interest from around the world.

The conference's goal will to provide a scientific forum for all international prestige scholars around the world and enable the interactive exchange of state-of-the-art knowledge. The conference will focus on evidence-based benefits proven in clinical trials and scientific experiments.

Why to attend?

Join the Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs Congress to keep up to date with the industry and to learn from our expert speaker panel, bringing you important new case studies and reports on this year's relevant topics.

Learn more about global trends in rare diseases and its advances in the therapeutic and diagnostic market.
Discussing strategic win-win collaborations to help accelerate rare disease clinical drug development, and improve relationships between drug developers and patients to consider both parties interests
Hear more about how patient engagement by integrating the patient perspective into the drug development process through patient advocacy, patient-centric research, and patient groups
Learn about how the regulatory landscape for drug approvals is different between countries, and why it is important to keep informed about the regulations and guidelines of each region
Gain knowledge of different rare diseases and their unique challenges, as well as how treatment methods can be transferred to other rare diseases
Introducing cell and gene therapies to rare disease treatment - learn how gene therapy methods can improve the treatment of rare diseases and why it is becoming more commercially successful

Market Analysis

Importance and Scope

A rare/orphan disease is outlined as a condition that affects fewer than 200,000 people. This definition was created by Congress within the Orphan Drug Act of 1983. There may be as many as 7,000 rare diseases and 70% of them have no form of treatment. Regulatory edges like longer market exclusivity, breakthrough designations, reduced fees and tax incentives are all encouraging investment. However, the marketing process and lifecycle for a rare disease drug are very different to a mass market product and require particular skills and knowledge.

Rare Diseases 2019 will be the best platform for all the doctors, researchers, renowned Scientists, research scholars, students who are working in this field across the globe under a single roof to exchange their knowledge related to Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs. This international event is an effort to find an alternative for invasive imaging technique against rare diseases like Zellweger syndrome, Muscular Dystrophy, Alkaptonuria, Angelman syndrome, Prader-Willi syndrome, Tay Sachs disease, Fragile X syndrome, Gaucher disease as well as many others.

Conference Highlights

· Different types of Rare Diseases

· Clinical Research and Public Awareness

· Mystery Diagnosis of Rare Diseases

· Challenges in Rare Diseases Treatment

· Rare Infectious Diseases and Immune Deficiencies

· Rare Diseases in Cancer

· Rare Diseases in Aging

· Orphan Drugs- development trends and strategies

· Clinical Research on Orphan Drugs

· Orphan Drugs and Ethical Issues

· Future Hereditary of Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs

· Patient organizations and their role in drug development or clinical research
Why attend?

In today's economic climate your business selections are as crucial as ever. 6th Annual Congress on Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs (Rare Diseases 2019) allow you to maximise your time and marketing dollars whereas receiving immediate feedback on your new merchandises and services. Rare Diseases 2019 is organizing an outstanding Scientific Exhibition/Program and expects the world's leading specialists involved Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs. Your company will benefit with outstanding exposure to the leaders in Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs. Rare Diseases 2019 is a stimulating opportunity to showcase the new technology, the new products of your company, and/or the service your industry may offer to a wide-ranging international audience.

Target Audience

Join the Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs congress to keep up to date with the industry and to learn from our expert speaker panel, bringing you important new case studies and reports on this year’s relevant topics.

· Directors, Board Members, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Deans and Head of the Departments

· Researchers, Scientists, Faculties, Students

· Rare Diseases Associations and Societies

· Medical Colleges

· Industrial delegates from Academia and Research

· Industrial professionals from biomedical companies and healthcare sectors

· Medical Devices Manufacturing Companies

· Drug Manufacturing Companies and Industries

· Laboratory Technicians and Diagnostic Companies

· Business Entrepreneurs and Industrialists

A Unique Opportunity for Advertisers, exhibitors, and Sponsors at 10th Annual Congress o Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs (Rare Diseases 2019): http://rarediseases.conferenceseries.com/sponsors.php

Statistics of Researchers, Academicians, and Industrial

Major Associations Worldwide

· National Organization for Rare Diseases

· Canadian Organization for Rare Diseases

· Organization for Rare Diseases India

· The Boler-Parseghian Center for Rare & Neglected Diseases

· Cystic Fibrosis Foundation

· European Union Committee of Experts on Rare Diseases

· Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation

· U.S. Food and Drug Administration

· Birmingham children’s Hospital

· EURORDIS

· EveryLife Foundation for Rare Diseases

· Global Genes

· Rare Diseases South Africa

· Short Bowel Syndrome Foundation

· Rare Disorders Society Singapore

· Genetic and Rare Diseases Information Center (GARD)

· Students4RareDiseases

· Malaysian Rare Disorders Society

· New Zealand Organisation for Rare Disorders (NZORD)

· Rare Disease United Foundation

· Rare Diseases Denmark

· Genetic Alliance UK

· Rare Voices Australia

· BioPontis Alliance for Rare Diseases

· Rare Diseases Malta

· The International Rare Diseases Research Consortium (IRDiRC)

· Genetic Diseases Association - UAE

· National Tay-Sachs and Allied Diseases (NTSAD)

Top Universities Worldwide

· Harvard University

· University of Oxford

· University of Cambridge

· Rare Genomics Institute

· GMEC, The Global Medical Excellence Cluster

· University of Zurich

· Stanford University

· Cambridge University

· Yale University

· Emory University

· Karolinska University

· John Hopkins University

· Newcastle University 

· University of Valencia

· Osaka University

· McMaster University

Hospitals Associated with Rare Diseases Research Worldwide

· The Manton Center for Orphan Disease Research (Boston, USA)

· US hospital for rare disease research (USA)

· NORD- National Organization for Rare Disorders (USA)

· Chicago Rare Disease Foundation (Chicago, USA)

· National Institute of Health (NIH) funds research consortia to study more than 200 rare diseases (USA)

· Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh (Center for Rare Disease Therapy) (USA)

· Birmingham children’s Hospital (NHS Foundation Trust) (UK)

· The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (USA)

Industries Associated with Rare Diseases Research Worldwide

· AbbVie

· Actelion

· AFM-Telethon

· Alexion

· Amgen

· Amicus Therapeutics

· AstraZeneca

· Baxter

· Bayer

· Biogen

· BioMarin

· Bioxcel

· Bristol-Myers Squibb

· Celgene

· cydan

· Eli Lilly

· Genentech

· Gilead Sciences

· GlaxoSmithKline

· Johnson & Johnson

· Leadiant Biosciences

· Lumos Pharma

· Medivir

· Merck

· Novartis

· Novo Nordisk

· OrPha Swiss

· Orphan Europe

· orphan reach

· Pfizer

· Pharmacyclics

· PharmaMar

· PhRMA

· ProMetic Life Sciences

· Recordati S.p.A.

· Roche

· Sanofi Genzyme

· Sarepta Therapeutics

· Shire

· Spectrum Pharmaceuticals

· Swedish Orphan Biovitrum

· Takeda

· Teva

· Ultragenyx

· Vertex Pharmaceuticals

· QuintilesIMS

Glance at Market analysis report

Summary GBI Research, the leading business intelligence provider, has released its latest research “Orphan Disease Therapeutics Market to 2018 – Improved Understanding of Rare Diseases’ Heterogeneity and Novel New Clinical Trial Designs to Foster Innovation”, which provides insights into the orphan disease therapeutics market until 2018. It includes the geographical distribution of Fabry, Pompe, Mucopolysaccharidosis VI, Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura, Huntington’s disease and Ovarian cancer markets across the US, the top five countries of Europe and in Japan. The report provides competitive benchmarking for the leading companies and also analyzes the mergers, acquisitions and licensing agreements that shape the global markets. GBI Research’s analysis shows that the overall global orphan disease therapeutics market is expected to grow at a significant compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.1% from $2.3 billion 2010 to $6 billion in 2018 in the US, the top five countries of Europe and Japan. Increasing awareness of the disease and drugs among patients and physicians, patent protection and exclusivity of Nplate and Promacta for ITP market, anticipated launch of new molecules such as ACR-16, AMR-101 and HD-02 for the treatment of HD and the approval of Avastin for the treatment of advanced ovarian cancer in Europe will drive the global orphan disease therapeutics market in the forecast period.

Annualized market data for the orphan diseases therapeutics market from 2004 to 2010, forecast forward to 2018.- Analysis of the leading therapeutic segments. These include Fabry Disease, Pompe Disease and Mucopolysaccharidosis VI, Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura, Huntington’s disease and Ovarian Cancer.- Analysis of the orphan diseases therapeutics market in the leading geographies of the world, which include the US, the UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spain, and Japan – Market characterization of the orphan diseases therapeutics market including market size, annual cost of therapy, and treatment usage patterns – Key drivers and barriers that have a significant impact on the market – Coverage of pipeline molecules in various phases of drug development – Competitive benchmarking of leading companies. The key companies studied in this report are Genzyme Corporation, Shire Plc, and BioMarin - Key M&A activities, licensing agreements that have taken place between 2010 and 2011 in the global orphan diseases therapeutics market.

The 2013 Orphan Drug Report from Evaluate, which launched today at the 2013 BIO international Convention, sheds light on the market dynamics of orphan drugs — pharmaceutical products aimed at rare diseases or disorders — projecting that sales will experience a compound annual growth rate of 7.4 percent between 2012 and 2018, nearly double that of the prescription drug market, excluding generics. The report based on EvaluatePharma® data found that the worldwide orphan drug market is set to reach $127 billion by 2018, double that of the overall prescription drug market.

Market Growth of Rare Diseases Research

GBI Research’s analysis shows that the overall global orphan disease therapeutics market is expected to grow at a significant compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.1% from $2.3 billion 2010 to $6 billion in 2018 in the US, the top five countries of Europe and Japan.

The 2013 Orphan Drug Report from Evaluate, which launched today at the 2013 BIO international Convention, sheds light on the market dynamics of orphan drugs — pharmaceutical products aimed at rare diseases or disorders — projecting that sales will experience a compound annual growth rate of 7.4 percent between 2012 and 2018, nearly double that of the prescription drug market, excluding generics. The report based on Evaluate Pharma data found that the worldwide orphan drug market is set to reach $127 billion by 2018, doubling that of the overall prescription drug market

The global orphan drugs market reached $84.9 billion in 2009 growing from $58.7 billion in 2006 from $54.5 billion in 2005.The market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of nearly 6% to reach $112.1 billion by 2014.The U.S. accounted for 51% of the market in 2009 and is expected to grow at a CAGR of 8.9% to reach $65.9 billion by 2014.By 2020, orphan drugs will own 19% of the total share of prescription drug sale excluding generics, reaching a whopping $176 billion in annual sales, according to Andreas Hadjivasiliou, an analyst with Evaluatepharma.

Fund Allotment to Rare Diseases Research

Since 1989, NORD’s research grants have resulted in at least two FDA-approved products and the publication of numerous significant journal articles. Our more than 100 disease-specific research funds are supported primarily by patients and patient organizations. Industry support is welcome and would demonstrate a commitment to the study of diseases for which there are few if any- other sources of funding.

NORD's Research Program provides seed money grants to academic scientists for clinical studies related to the development of diagnostics or treatments of rare diseases. Requests for proposals are posted once a year in the late winter or early spring. NORD's Research Program also includes the NORD/Roscoe Brady Lysosomal Storage Diseases Fellowships.

Physician-scientists at 22 consortia will collaborate with representatives of 98 patient advocacy groups to advance clinical research and investigate new treatments for patients with rare diseases. The collaborations are made possible through awards by the National Institutes of Health — totaling about $29 million in the fiscal year 2014 funding — to expand the Rare Diseases Clinical Research Network (RDCRN), which is led by NIH’s National Center for Advancing Translational Sciences (NCATS).

Sessions/Tracks

The scientific program will focus on current advances in the clinical research, clinical trials, drug discovery, drug development, drug treatment and orphan drug clinical trials with a particular focus on their role in maintaining the academic level in rare diseases and orphan drugs. In addition, mentored sessions for poster presenters will provide guidance from world leaders for our experts of the future.

Different types of Rare Diseases

A rare disease is defined as a condition that affects less than 200,000 people. This explanation was formed by Congress in the Orphan Drug Act of 1983. There may be as many as 7,000 rare diseases. Only a few categories of rare diseases are tracked when a person is diagnosed. These include certain infectious diseases, birth defects, and cancers. It also comprises the diseases on state newborn screening tests. Because most rare diseases are not trailed, it is hard to determine the exact number of rare diseases. Most rare diseases are genetic, and thus are present throughout the person's intact life, even if symptoms do not immediately appear.

Clinical Research and Public Awareness

Clinical research is a branch of healthcare science. The first step in confronting this challenge is regularly getting the community to think about participating in clinical research. People need to consider how they can help advance the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. It is never too early to consider contribution whether or not someone finally chooses to join a study.

Mystery Diagnosis of Rare Diseases

Diagnostic error in medicine is common. For example, a study from an intensive care unit demonstrated nearly 20% discordance between the clinically-defined cause of death and findings at post-mortem examination. Not surprisingly; therefore, the diagnosis of rare diseases is often delayed. Rare diseases affect likely 2-4% of the population. These diseases often have a genetic basis, either as uncommon recessive conditions or as the result of “de novo” genetic mutations not present in either parent. They can take varied and often debilitating form.

Challenges in Rare Diseases Treatment

There are around 7,000 rare diseases, which from a regulatory outlook are defined as those diseases where there are less than 200,000 patients in the US or that affect no more than five in 10,000 of the general population in the EU. Orphan drugs are medicinal products envisioned for diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of life-threatening rare diseases. They are "orphans" because the pharmaceutical industry has little interest under normal market conditions in developing and marketing drugs intended for only a small number of patients suffering from very rare conditions.

Rare Infectious Diseases and Immune Deficiencies

Globally, about one-third of human deaths are attributable to infections. In addition, the so-called non-infectious causes of death often have a mysterious infectious etiology. Many rare diseases or orphan diseases caused by infectious agents rather than genetic or environmental factors.

Rare Diseases in Cancer

Rare cancers caused by simple genetic mutations and common cancers tend to be caused by a complex set of genetic and epigenetic aberrations that continually grow in number as the tumor develops. A cancer is considered to be rare if- 1. It starts in an uncommon place in the body, 2. The cancer is an unusual type and may need special treatment, 3. It is not one of the common types of cancer.

Rare Diseases in Aging

Aging is a collection of degenerative changes that occur in organisms that lack the ability to perpetually regenerate. Age is a major risk factor for most common neurodegenerative diseases. Dementia becomes more common with age. The spectrum includes mild cognitive impairment, Alzheimer's disease, cerebrovascular disease, Parkinson's disease and Lou Gehrig's disease. Rare diseases provide much insight into the cellular processes that hasten the aging process.

Orphan Drugs- development trends and strategies

The development of pharma industries has slowed in recent years because of many reasons such as patent expiries, generic competition, drying pipelines, and increasingly stringent regulatory guidelines. Many blockbuster drugs will lose their exclusivity in next 5 years. Therefore, the current economic situation plus the huge generic competition shifted the focus of pharmaceutical companies from the essential medicines to the new business model — niche busters, also called orphan drugs.

Clinical Research on Orphan Drugs

A clinical trial is a medical study conducted to test the effects of a new or already existing drug, of a biological treatment or of a medical device that might treat or curb a disease already identified. The main goal of a clinical trial is to compare two or several groups of subjects, by using two or several treatments in order to determine the efficacy of a drug or of a biological treatment. Clinical trials are carefully and ethically conducted in order to protect patients against unwanted adverse reactions and to allow collection and accurate analysis of the information concerning the disease.

Orphan Drugs and Ethical Issues

This track outlines the moral dilemma of funding orphan drug research and development. To date, ethical aspects of priority setting for research funding have not been an issue of discussion in the bioethics debate. Conflicting moral obligations of beneficence and distributive justice appear to demand very different levels of funding for orphan drug research. The two types of orphan disease, rare diseases, and tropical diseases, however, present very different ethical challenges to questions about the allocation of research funds. The dilemma is analyzed considering utilitarian and rights-based theories of justice and moral obligations of non-abandonment and a professional obligation to advance medical science. The limitations of standard economic evaluation tools and other priority setting tools used to inform health policy decision makers on research funding decisions are outlined.

Future Hereditary of Rare Diseases and Orphan Drugs

Work over the past 25 years has resulted in the identification of genes responsible for ~50% of the estimated 7,000 rare monogenic diseases and it is predicted that most of the remaining disease-causing genes will be identified by the year 2020 and probably sooner. This marked acceleration is the result of dramatic improvements in DNA-sequencing technologies and the associated analyses. We examine the rapid maturation of rare-disease genetic analysis and successful strategies for gene identification. We highlight the impact of discovering rare-disease-causing genes, from clinical diagnostics to insights gained into biological mechanisms and common diseases. Last, we explore the increasing therapeutic opportunities and challenges that the resulting expansion of the 'Atlas' of human genetic pathology will bring.

Patient organizations and their role in drug development or clinical research

Rare disease drug development could benefit substantially from increased patient engagement and input to enhance understanding of the key aspects of disease impact, ways to measure these impacts and patients' perspectives on the benefit-risk profile of potential therapies.

Entrepreneurs Investment Meet

A platform aimed to connect Entrepreneurs, Proposers and the Investors worldwide. It's intended to create and facilitate the most optimized and viable meeting place for engaging people in global business discussions, evaluation and execution of promising business ideas. An investor could be able to find out the highest potential investment opportunities globally, which provide a good return on investment. For entrepreneurs, this would be an ideal place to find out suitable investors and partners to start and/or expand their business. Thus it is a perfect place to connect Entrepreneurs, Business Owners, Early Stage Companies and Established Corporates with National or International Investors, Corporate Investors, and Potential Business Partners.

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37th International Conference on Dentistry and Dental Marketing (CSE)

37th International Conference on Dentistry and Dental Marketing


About DM 19

After the success of Dental Marketing 2017 in Las Vegas, Dental Marketing 2018 in Boston, we are inviting participants across the globe to attend 37th International Conference on Dentistry & Dental Marketing (Dental Marketing 2019) during September 23-23, 2019 in Toronto, Canada. The main theme of the conference is ‘Modern Dentistry with Gentle Care’ The relative novel nature of the conference and its relevance to the current dental market makes this summit an event to look forward for all the individuals of the Dental Community

Dental Marketing 2019 will look to improve and build on the steeping stones of its predecessor and create a platform for discussion on dental practice management and marketing besides conventional dentistry

The nature of the conference is crucial to its purpose as dentists who attend the conference can not only contribute and share their research but also learn about how marketing influences their practices and implement and modernize

The conference will be held in Toronto, Canada during September 23-24, 2019 at Park Inn by Radisson Toronto Airport

Dental Marketing is the integration of marketing strategies in the field of dentistry to help Dental Professionals harness the full potential of their practice. It involves the use of tools and techniques of marketing to achieve a certain degree of publicity and broaden the reach of the practice and the practitioner. The conference is a rare opportunity for all individuals of the dental community to upgrade their know-how of the latest marketing strategies.

Scope of DM 19

Dentistry & Dental Marketing has been designed with a twofold objective in mind. The main theme of the conference is "Modern Dentistry with Gentle Care” which covers a wide range of critically important sessions.

The event aims at bringing a wide range of dental professionals ranging from mainstream Prosthodontics & Orthodontics to relatively offbeat Micro dentistry, Holistic Dentistry etc. and also lays a special emphasis at educating and informing dental practitioners with the latest knowledge of marketing strategies that can be applied to counter the undervaluation dental practices face.

To add to its promise, the venue of the event has been selected after much research to assure that the event is being held in one of the hotspots for the concerned field, therefore attendance is expected to be astounding, both in quality and quantity. The variety of prospective audience includes: figures of academic excellence, interested industrialists, Students, exhibitors and eminent faces from the world of marketing thus enabling the sponsors a unique chance to choose from a pool of outstanding scopes for expansion of their business, new project undertaking and recruitment. All these factors combined and several more make Dental Marketing-2019 a “must attend” dental conference.

A Unique Opportunity for Advertisers and Sponsors at this International event.

For sponsorship opportunities: https://dentalmarketing.conferenceseries.com/sponsors.php

About City

Toronto, Canada

Welcome to Toronto, the most multicultural diverse city on the planet: over 140 languages are spoken. It's estimated that over half of Toronto's residents were born outside Canada, and despite its complex makeup, Torontonians generally get along. When the weather is fine, Toronto is a blast: a vibrant, big-time city abuzz with activity. Some of the world's finest restaurants are found here, alongside happening bars and clubs and eclectic festivals.

Put simply: Toronto is fun. With top-notch restaurants and theatre, museums and art galleries, there is plenty to see and do. The downtown skyscrapers mark Canada’s financial hub, but after hours, business folk swap suits for shorts and head outside in summer; in winter, they pull on parkas and ice skates.

North America’s fourth-largest city, Toronto buzzes with 200,000 students and a population representing 200 nations. As well as ethnic restaurants, the food scene features some of Canada’s best chefs, all following the “fresh and local” mantra. Getting around is easy on the efficient transport system; Niagara Falls are two hours away.

Niagara Falls are just two hours away

Toronto’s variety is surprising. The 1,815-ft CN Tower provides astonishing views over Lake Ontario. Below, Toronto’s cultural scene hums, with theatre, ballet and lives music nightly in dozens of pubs. Classy museums include the Art Gallery of Ontario, the Royal Ontario Museum and the quirky Bata Museum, all about shoes. Have fun in the Distillery District; buy funky fashion along Queen Street West; munch your way around Kensington Market and St Lawrence Market.

Emergency services

Ambulance: emergency 911; non-emergency 416 392 2000

Police: emergency 911; non-emergency 416 808 2222

Sessions

Conferenceseries LLC Ltd is elated to bring Dental Marketing-2019, an event that promises to establish ground breaking benchmarks in the field of dentistry. Dentistry & Dental Marketing 2019 is a unique event designed to bring about a revolution in the field of dentistry. The conference will deal with the challenges faced by Dental professionals in the course of their practices and seek to improve conditions related to dentist-patient interaction. 

We cordially invite all concerned people from USA, UK, Jordan, UAE, Turkey, Spain, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Netherlands, Germany, France, Italy, Brazil, Dubai, Israel, India, China, Japan to come join us at our event and make it successful by your participation. A brief summary of the exciting topics covered in this conference is given below.

1. Public Health Dentistry

The essence of public health dentistry lies in the fact that the area focuses on a community or population as a whole and not individual patients. Public health dentists work towards betterment of overall oral and dental health of their communities. They educate patients to adapt to practices that might help improve their general dental health in the long run. Public health dentistry also concentrates on patient education, increased awareness of government programs and efforts towards community dental health and wellness. 

Oral health improvement.

Dental public health intelligence.

Academic dental public health

Oral health surveillance.

2. Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology

One of the nine dental specialties recognized by the ADA, RCDC & RACD, Oral and Maxillofacial Radiology is primarily concerned with the performance and interpretation of diagnostic imaging of the mouth, jaws and adjacent structures. OMFR often called DMFR spans a broad area covering techniques like Cone beam CT, multislice CT, MRI, PET etc.

Conebeam CT

Multislice CT

MRI

Panoramic Radiology

3. Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology

This dental specialtity focuses on any and every disease around the “Oral Cavity” ie mouth , “Maxillofacial” ie Jaws and all related structure like salivary glands, facial muscles, Temporomandibular Joints, facial muscles & the perioral skin. Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology covers a vast range of pathological disorders ranging from congenital ones like Malocculsion, Eagle Syndrome to acquired ones like Gingivitis, Herpes Simplex & Oral Candidiasis. Some areas of Oral & Maxillofacial pathology even extend to the treatment of complex conditions Sjoren syndrome, Oral Cancer.

Malocculsion

Gingivitis & Periodontitis

Neoplastic & Idiopathic disorders

Angiodema

4. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral & Maxillofacial surgeons deal in surgically treating a range of diseases, injuries & defects in the head, neck, face, Jaws and tissues surrounding these structures. The area consists of widely used procedures like cosmetic surgery of the head and the neck , dentoalveolar surgery to relatively new ones like applications of lasers.

Cosmetic Surgery of the head and neck.

Orthognatic Surgery

Insertion of Osso-integrated dental implants

Laser applied OMS

5. Pediatric Dentistry

Formerly known as Pedodentistry , pediatric dentistry involves providing special dental care for children through adolescence. Pediatric dentists educate and provide the necessary dental care to children and advice regarding the child’s wellbeing to the parents.

Preventive home care programs

Need for early detection

Diet counseling

6. Endodontics

Endodontics is the dental specialty that is concerned with the overall health of the dental pulp and the tissues surrounding the teeth. The ADA defines Endodontics as the “study and practice encompass the basic and clinical sciences including biology of the normal pulp, the etiology, diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases and injuries of the pulp and associated periradicular conditions.” The evolution of Endodontics in the last decade has significantly contributed to the recent increase in the quality of dental treatment.

Root canal

Regenerative endodontics

Dental implant

Endodontic therapy

7. Orthodontics 

Derived from the greek words ‘Orthos” meaning straight and “odont” meaning tooth, Orthodontics is a recognized dental specialty that primarily aims to help patients obtain optimal occlusion. The area of orthodontic treatment includes correcting crooked or misaligned teeth to provide the patients aesthetically pleasing smiles. The procedures generally use the help of metal wires inserted into orthodontic brackets and functional appliances often used to correct jaw growth.

Braces, Retainers & other orthodontic devices

Functional appliances in Orthodontics

Dentofacial Orthopedics

8. Periodontics

Periodontics is the specialty branch of dentistry that studies the structures supporting the teeth Periodontum that includes the gingiva, alveolar bone, cementum and the periodontal ligament. Periodontists treat diseases that affect the above structures through a wide variety of procedures including surgery and use of implants. This specialty of dentistry also covers the placement and maintenance of dental implants.

Peri-Implantitis.

Chronic Periodontitis

Scaling & Root planning

Gum grafts

9. Prosthodontics

Often called “Dental Prosthetics” or “Prosthetic Dentistry” this specialty of dentistry is associated with dental prosthesis. According to the definition of the American Dental Association Prosthodontics may be defined as the “" dental specialty pertaining to the diagnosis, treatment planning, rehabilitation and maintenance of the oral function, comfort, appearance and health of patients with clinical conditions associated with missing or deficient teeth and/or oral and maxillofacial tissues using biocompatible substitutes."

Oral & Maxillofacial Prosthodontics

Conditions- Bruxism, Occlusal Trauma, Edentulism, etc.

Treatment modalities-Dentures, Inlays & Overlays, Veneers and more.

10. Digital Dentistry

Digital dentistry might be characterized in an expansive extension as any dental innovation or gadget that consolidates advanced or PC controlled parts as opposed to that of mechanical or electrical alone. This wide definition can extend from the most regularly considered regions of advanced dentistry — CAD/CAM (PC helped outline/PC supported assembling) — to those that may not be perceived, for example, PC controlled conveyance of nitrous oxide. Digital Dentistry includes work in a variety of areas including; CAD/CAM and intraoral imaging — both laboratory- and clinician-controlled; Caries diagnosis; Computer-aided implant dentistry — including design and fabrication of surgical guides; Digital radiography — intraoral and extraoral, including cone beam computed tomography (CBCT); Electric and surgical/implant hand pieces; Lasers; Occlusion and TMJ analysis and diagnosis; Photography — extraoral and intraoral; Practice and patient record management — including digital patient education and Shade matching.

CAD/CAM and intraoral imaging

Computer-aided implant dentistry

Digital radiography

Photography — extraoral and intraoral

11. Sedation Dentistry

Sedation dentistry utilizes medication to help patients relax during dental procedures. It's sometimes referred to as "sleep dentistry,” Patients are usually awake with the exception of those who are under general anesthesia. The degree of sedation applied varies significantly from case to case ranging from minimal sedation where patients are awake but relaxed to general anesthesia where patients are completely unconscious. This procedure is ideal for patients with real fear or anxiety that prevents them from adapting the required dental procedure.

Types of sedation used in dentistry.

Pros & Cons of sedation in dentistry.

Precautions to be practiced during using sedatives before a procedure

12. Green Dentistry

Green dentistry is a vast topic that touches on everything from patient care to dental processes. Green dentistry means re-thinking dental processes and procedures, office administration and marketing, and office design and construction, using the tenets of green dentistry as a guide. The Eco-Dentistry Association defines green dentistry as practice that: Reduces waste and pollution; Saves energy, water and money; Incorporates high-tech innovations; Is wellness based.

Elements of Green Dentistry

Eco-Dentistry

Bio-dentistry

13. OSAS

Obtrusive Sleep Apnea Syndrome is a sleeping disorder marked by repetitive episodes of cessation of breathing, 10 seconds or longer, during sleep. During this time, the individual’s oxygen level drops, resulting in hypoxemia and sleep disruption. SAS was clinically recognized more than 30 years ago, but the health implications of this syndrome were barely known outside of the medical field. However, as more cases were uncovered, attention turned to the impact of SAS on the general health of individuals, such as the increased risk of cardiovascular disease, along with its oral implications such as periodontitis.

Marketing of Dental Sleep Medicine 

Lifestyle modifications to remedy OSAS

14. SEO & SEO in Dentistry

Search engine marketing (SEM) is a form of Internet marketing that involves the promotion of websites by increasing their visibility in search engine results pages (SERPs) primarily through paid advertising. Search engine optimization (SEO) is the process of affecting the visibility of a website or a web page in a web search engine's unpaid results—often referred to as "natural", "organic", or "earned" results. In general, the earlier (or higher ranked on the search results page), and more frequently a site appears in the search results list, the more visitors it will receive from the search engine's users, and these visitors can be converted into customers. SEO may target different kinds of search, including image search, local search, video search, academic search, news search and industry-specific vertical search engines.

Why being on the first page matters!

Traffic is proportional to revenue.

Organic traffic vs paid traffic

How to optimize your practice website.

15. Dental Practice Management

Managing a dental practice takes a lot of finesse and planning. The success of a dental practice vastly depends on how capable the practice manager is. From staff management to patient management a wide variety of critically important tasks need to be executed with extreme care and skill. This session will unfold a few critical principles and laydown a handful of essential ground rules that dental practice managers and owners should look to abide by.

Identifying patients

Patient retention

Pricing- The key to patient intake and retention

Staffing- The backbone of every practice.

16. Oral and Maxillofacial Pathology 

Oral and maxillofacial pathology (also termed oral pathology, stomatognathic disease, dental disease, or mouth disease) refers to the diseases of the mouth ("oral cavity" or "stoma"), jaws ("maxillae" or "gnath") and related structures such as salivary glands, temporomandibular joints, facial muscles and perioral skin (the skin around the mouth). The mouth is an important organ with many different functions. It is also prone to a variety of medical and dental disorders. The specialty oral and maxillofacial pathology is concerned with diagnosis and study of the causes and effects of diseases affecting the oral and maxillofacial region. It is sometimes considered to be a specialty of dentistry and pathology. Sometimes the term head and neck pathology is used instead, but this might imply that the pathologist deals with otorhinolaryngologic disorders (i.e. ear, nose and throat) in addition to maxillofacial disorders. In this role there is some overlap between the expertise of head and neck pathologists and that of endocrine pathologists.

17. Dentistry

Dentistry is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders, and conditions of the oral cavity, commonly in the dentition but also the oral mucosa, and of adjacent and related structures and tissues, particularly in the maxillofacial (jaw and facial) area. Although primarily associated with teeth among the general public, the field of dentistry or dental medicine is not limited to teeth but includes other aspects of the craniofacial complex including the temporomandibular and other supporting structures. Dentistry is often also understood to subsume the now largely defunct medical specialty of stomatology (the study of the mouth and its disorders and diseases) for which reason the two terms are used interchangeably in certain regions.

18. Dental Marketing 

Marketing is key to the success of any business and dental practices are no exception. For a dental practice to grow, a single dentist should be seeing 24-50 new patients per month. And in order to attract new dental patients, a practice must offer a competitive product at competitive pricing, along with convenient quality services – all backed by a solid dental marketing plan.

19. Oral and Maxillofacial surgery 

Oral and Maxillofacial surgery (OMS or OMFS) specializes in treating many diseases, injuries and defects in the head, neck, face, jaws and the hard and soft tissues of the oral (mouth) and maxillofacial (jaws and face) region. It is an internationally recognized surgical specialty. In countries such as the UK, Australia and most of Europe, it is recognized as both a specialty of medicine and dentistry, and a dual degree in medicine and dentistry is compulsory. In other countries including the United States, India, Canada, Brazil, New Zealand, and Sweden, it is a recognized specialty of dentistry.

20. Dental Stem Cell

Dental pulp is the soft live tissue inside a tooth. Dental pulp contains stem cells, known as Dental Pulp Stem Cells. The finest Dental Pulp Stem Cells are found in a baby teeth or milk teeth. The stem cells from the milk teeth are 'mesenchymal' type of cells i.e. cells that have the ability to generate a wide variety of cell types like chondrocytes, osteoblasts and adipocytes. Chondrocytes are cells that have the ability to generate cartilage, which can play an important role in the treatment of arthritis and joint injuries. Osteoblasts are cells that have the ability to generate bones. Adipocytes are cells that have the ability to compose adipose tissue, specialized in storing energy as fat. In essence, dental stem cells can generate solid structures of the body such as bone, new dental tissue, cartilage and muscle. New research suggests the potential (currently under experimental research) to regenerate nerves. This is being studied further for use in dentistry and medicine.

21. The Future of Dentistry: Benefits of 3D Dentistry and CBCT Machines

One of the most important and exciting developments in dental diagnostic technology in the past decade has been the advent of 3D dental imaging. However, most people likely aren’t even aware of what 3D dental technology is- that’s how new it is! How is works?

22. Dental Marketing Trends

A Dental Market trend is a perceived tendency of financial markets to move in a particular direction over time. These trends are classified as secular for long time frames, primary for medium time frames, and secondary for short time frames. Traders attempt to identify market trends using technical analysis, a framework which characterizes market trends as predictable price tendencies within the market when price reaches support and resistance levels, varying over time. A trend can only be determined in hindsight, since at any time prices in the future are not known.

23. Dental Marketing Strategies

Dental Marketing strategy is a long-term, forward-looking approach to planning with the fundamental goal achieving a sustainable competitive advantage. Strategic planning involves an analysis of the company's strategic initial situation prior to the formulation, evaluation and selection of market-oriented competitive position that contributes to the company's goals and marketing objectives. Strategic Dental marketing, as a distinct field of study emerged in the 1970s, and built on strategic management that preceded it. Dental Marketing strategy highlights the role of marketing as a link between the organization and its Patients.

24. Oral Cancer

Oral cancer, also known as mouth cancer, is a type of head and neck cancer and is any cancerous tissue growth located in the oral cavity. It may arise as a primary lesion originating in any of the tissues in the mouth, by metastasis from a distant site of origin, or by extension from a neighboring anatomic structure, such as the nasal cavity. Alternatively, the oral cancers may originate in any of the tissues of the mouth, and may be of varied histologic types: teratoma, adenocarcinoma derived from a major or minor salivary gland, lymphoma from tonsillar or other lymphoid tissue, or melanoma from the pigment-producing cells of the oral mucosa. There are several types of oral cancers, but around 90% are squamous cell carcinomas, originating in the tissues that line the mouth and lips. Oral or mouth cancer most commonly involves the tongue. It may also occur on the floor of the mouth, cheek lining, gingiva (gums), lips, or palate (roof of the mouth). Most oral cancers look very similar under the microscope and are called squamous cell carcinoma, but less commonly other types of oral cancer occur, such as Kaposi's sarcoma.

25. Dental Traumatology

Dental trauma refers to trauma (injury) to the teeth and/or periodontium (gums, periodontal ligament, alveolar bone), and nearby soft tissues such as the lips, tongue, etc. The study of dental trauma is called dental traumatology.

26. How to Create an Awesome Dental Marketing Plan

Every small business owner tends to struggle with creating their first marketing plan. I think the main reason for this is that most business owners tend to focus on the outcome and end campaigns, while often overlooking the strategy, planning and execution phases. Unless you've gone to school for marketing or business, you probably haven't been trained to create a strong marketing plan. Doctor's that we work with here at Elevate DDS have many years of school under their belts, but not many of them studied any sort of marketing during their time in college. This is why we thought it would be a good idea to outline what a dental marketing plan should look like, from inception to campaign completion.

27. Nanotechnology Inspires Next-generation Dental Materials

Have a cavity? Ask your dentist about filling it with a mixture of nanoparticles including silica and zirconia. These white fillings resemble teeth better than their metal alternatives and are less likely to come loose or fracture teeth. This is just the beginning argue scientists in a review of 'Nano dentistry.' Next-generation dental materials incorporating nanotechnology aim to help teeth self-heal, rebuild enamel, and protect against bacterial infections.

28 Dentistry – New Technologies

There are four major disciplines within dental technology. These are fixed prosthesis including crowns, bridges and implants; removable prosthesis, including dentures and removable partial dentures; maxillofacial prosthesis, including ocular prosthesis and craniofacial prosthesis; and orthodontics and auxiliaries, including orthodontic appliances and mouth guards. The dentist communicates with the dental technologist with prescriptions, drawings and measurements taken from the patient. The most important aspect of this is a dental impression into which the technologist flows a gypsum dental stone to create a replica of the patient’s anatomy known as a dental cast. A technologist can then use this cast for the construction of custom appliances.

29. Dental Abnormalities

Tooth abnormalities may be categorized according to whether they have environmental or developmental causes.While environmental abnormalities may appear to have an obvious cause, there may not appear to be any known cause for some developmental abnormalities. Environmental forces may affect teeth during development, destroy tooth structure after development, discolor teeth at any stage of development, or alter the course of tooth eruption. Developmental abnormalities most commonly affect the number, size, shape, and structure of teeth.

30. Cosmetic Dentistry:

Cosmetic dentistry is generally used to refer to any dental work that improves the appearance (though not necessarily the functionality) of teeth, gums and/or bite. It primarily focuses on improvement dental aesthetics in color, position, shape, size, alignment and overall smile appearance. Many dentists refer to themselves as "cosmetic dentists" regardless of their specific education, specialty, training, and experience in this field. This has been considered unethical with a predominant objective of marketing to patients.

31. Forensic Dentistry:

Forensic dentistry or forensic odontology is the application of dental knowledge to those criminal and civil laws that are enforced by police agencies in a criminal justice system. Forensic dentists are involved in assisting investigative agencies to identify recovered human remains in addition to the identification of whole or fragmented bodies; forensic dentists may also be asked to assist in determining age, race, occupation, previous dental history and socioeconomic status of unidentified human beings. Forensic dentistry is the proper handling, examination and evaluation of dental evidence, which will be then presented in the interest of justice. The evidence that may be derived from teeth is the age (in children) and identification of the person to whom the teeth belong. This is done using dental records including radiographs, ante-mortem (prior to death) and post-mortem (after death) photographs and DNA. "Forensic odontology" is derived from Latin, meaning a forum or where legal matters are discussed.

32. Prosthodontics

Prosthodontics, also known as dental prosthetics or prosthetic dentistry, is the area of dentistry that focuses on dental prostheses. It is one of nine dental specialties recognized by the American Dental Association (ADA), Royal College of Surgeons of England, Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland, Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow, Royal College of Dentists of Canada, and Royal Australasian College of Dental Surgeons. The ADA defines it as "the dental specialty pertaining to the diagnosis, treatment planning, rehabilitation and maintenance of the oral function, comfort, appearance and health of patients with clinical conditions associated with missing or deficient teeth or oral and maxillofacial tissues using biocompatible substitutes.

33. Restrorative Dentistry

Restorative dentistry is the study, diagnosis and integrated management of diseases of the teeth and their supporting structures and the rehabilitation of the dentition to functional and aesthetic requirements of the individual. Restorative dentistry encompasses the dental specialties of endodontics, periodontics and prosthodontics and its foundation is based upon how these interact in cases requiring multifaceted care. In the UK restorative dentistry is legally recognized as a specialty under EU directive, with voices from the British Society for Restorative Dentistry and the Association of Consultants & Specialists in Restorative Dentistry.

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28th American Dental Congress 2019 (CSE)

28th American Dental Congress 2019


About Conference
American Dental Congress 2019 is a perfect opportunity intended for International well-being Dental and Oral experts . The event is now stepping into its 28th edition with the theme “Dental Education & Innovation Transfer" The conference welcomes members from every driving university, clinical examination foundations and symptomatic organizations to share their exploration, giving a showcase of the most recent dental procedures. This is to encourage the usage and distribution of discoveries associated with oral well-being and to foster collaborations in the middle of oral and systemic well-being.

Why to attend?

American Dental Congress 2019 aims to provide our Participants by the following means of information delivery:

Enhance the depth of learning by explaining new methods and techniques and clarify the latest developments compared to the old methods, which the audience will be able to perform and use the information in their practice.
Improve the degree of skills of dental and paradental professionals including students by participation in lectures, workshops, hands-on courses and seminars.
Improve the awareness regarding latest advancements in dental materials, instruments and techniques by demonstration from specialized professionals in the dental field.
Provide information, methodology and strategy related to the management and quality improvement of the dental clinic.

Details of American Dental Congress 2019 in Canada:

Conference Name


Place


Date

American Dental Congress 2019


Toronto, Canada


September 23-24, 2019

Sessions/Tracks

Track 01: Dental Education and Dental Materials

Dental Education is the teaching and learning of the future generations of dentists to prevent, diagnose and treat oral diseases and meet the dental needs and demands of the individual patients and the public. The aim of the dental education is to provide knowledge and skills necessary for dentists to practice in a competent manner. Inter professional education is the reciprocal and common health education of dentists and other health professionals with the objective of fostering collaborative practice to improve the oral health outcomes and the quality of care of the individual patient. The primary aim of dental education is graduate dentists capable of critical thinking, decision making and in still willingness for a lifelong learning. The new dentist should be able to carry out any kind of dental treatment without harm to patients using modern, appropriate, effective and currently accepted methods of treatment. In addition, the basic dental education should include the development of the social behavior and interpersonal communication skills with a variety of audiences to include patients, members of the dental team and colleagues. Sound dental practice management skills based on ethical principles are also critical.

Whether seeing a patient for a routine prophy appointment, or providing more complex restorative, periodontal or endodontic treatment, a variety of dental materials will be a part of the workflow. From capturing an impression to placing a crown to performing cosmetic whitening, highly specialized materials are needed to complete your task. Finding the right material for your practice and the case at hand is important. New dental materials are coming to the market at a rapid pace, so staying on top of your options is an ongoing part of practicing dentistry.

Track 02: Dental Public Health

Dental Public Health (DPH) is a non-clinical specialty of dentistry that deals with the prevention and promotion of oral health. Dental public health is involved in the assessment of key dental health needs and coming up with effective solutions to improve the dental health of populations rather than individuals. Prevention is becoming increasingly important. Dental related diseases are largely preventable and there is a growing burden on health care systems for cure. Dental public health looks beyond the role of a dental practitioner in treating dental disease, and seeks to reduce demand on health care systems by redirection of resources to priority areas.

Track 03: Orthodontics

Orthodontics is a specialty field of dentistry that diagnoses, prevents and treats irregularities of the teeth and face. Treatment can correct an irregular or "bad" bite, also known as a malocclusion. The Invisalign method is gaining an increasing interest as an alternative treatment option in adult patient in multidisciplinary complex cases to simplify the treatment plan. Orthodontic implants have become a reliable method in orthodontic practice for providing temporary additional anchorage. These devices are useful to control skeletal anchorage in less compliant patients or in cases where absolute anchorage is necessary. Cleft lip and palate is usually treated with surgery. Other treatments may be needed to treat associated.

Track 04: Endodontics

Endodontics is a dental speciality which deals with the dental pulp. Root canal therapy is one of the common procedures followed in Endodontic treatments and is done to save the teeth from diseased dental pulp. Successful Endodontic root canal therapy depends on the elimination of the microorganism from the root canal system through the use of Diode laser in the root canal therapy. Nickel-titanium (NiTi) Rotary files to Endodontics almost changed the way root canal preparation is performed. Regenerative endodontics uses the concept of tissue engineering to restore the root canals to a healthy. Most endodontists offer tremendous flexibility in accommodating emergency cases, so delays in treatment are kept to a minimum and patients can be relieved of dental pain quickly. Today, getting root canal treatment is often no more uncomfortable than having a filling.

Track 05: Prosthodontics and Periodontics

Prosthodontists are experts in the restoration and replacement of teeth - they make smiles look beautiful and function the way they should. Maxillo-facial prosthetics, Implant-based prostheses, Management of temporo-mandibular disorders, Dentures, Crowns, bridges, and full or partial dentures are just some of the procedures that can help you regain your smile and improve your appearance and self-confidence. Another option is dental implants, a more permanent solution that has improved greatly over the last ten years, thanks to the pioneering techniques of prosthodontists.

Periodontics is the division of dentistry that deals with the management of the tissues surrounding and supporting the teeth, especially the gums. Gum cure is essential to prevent tooth loss. Common periodontal processes include scaling and root development, periodontal surgery, dental implants, and cosmetic techniques such as crown lengthening, soft tissue grafts, ridge augmentation.

Track 06: Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric Dentistry is the branch of dentistry dealing with children from birth through adolescence. Paediatric dentists promotes the dental health of children as well as serves as educational resources for parents. It is the dental field that provides primary and widespread oral health care for children from infancy through youth and patients with special health care needs. Pediatric dental treatment and disease avoidance is provided for children up to 14 years of age, with special services for new born and infants. pediatric dentists encourage the dental health of children as well as help as educational resources for parents. Early detection is necessary to maintain oral health, modify unusual habits, and treat as needed and as simply as possible.

Track 07: Restorative Dentistry & Cosmetic Dentistry

Restorative Dentistry is the study, diagnosis and integrated management of diseases of the teeth and their supporting structures and the rehabilitation of the dentition to functional and aesthetic requirements of the individual. RestorativeDentistry encompasses the dental specialties of Endodontics, Periodontics and Prosthodontics and its foundation is based upon how these interact in cases requiring multifaceted care.

Cosmetic Dentistry focuses on improving the appearance of a person's teeth, mouth and smile. Cosmetic dentistry provides elective or desired treatments or services. Cosmetic dentistry treatments currently in use include Inlays/Onlays,Composite Bonding, Teeth Whitening, Dental Veneers, Dental Implants, Smile Makeover, Full mouth reconstruction.

Track 08: Digital Dentistry and 3D Imaging(CAD/CAM)

Digital Dentistry denotes to the use of dental skills or devices to carry out dental procedures rather than using mechanical or electrical tools. It can be used to make carrying out dental procedures more efficient than using mechanical tools. 3D Imaging is one of the most major tools for orthodontists to evaluate and record size and form of craniofacial structures. Orthodontists regularly use 2-dimensional (2D) static imaging procedures, but deepness of structures cannot be acquired and restricted with 2D imaging. In 3D diagnostic imaging, a series of anatomical records is gathered using certain technical equipment, processed by a computer and later presented on a 2D monitor to present the illusion of deepness.

Track 09: Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is an exciting and challenging specialty of Dentistry that combines dental, medical, and surgical knowledge and skills. Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is the specialty of Dentistry that concentrates on the diagnosis and surgical management of oral and maxillofacial pathologic conditions, including epithelial diseases and mesenchymal disorders of soft and hard tissues.

Track 10: Dental Anesthesia and Dental Sleep Medicine

Dental anesthesia is the specialty of dentistry that deals with the management of pain through the use of advanced local and general anesthesia techniques. It is the discipline in dentistry that manages pain and anxiety through the use of local anesthesia, sedation, and general anesthesia. Dental Anesthesiology educates graduate, pre-doctoral, and dental hygiene students in the management of pain, fear, and anxiety associated with dental treatment.

Dental sleep medicine is an area of dental practice that focuses on the use of oral appliance therapy to treat sleep-disordered breathing, including snoring and obstructive sleep apnea (OSA). Approximately 25 million adults have obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), which can cause them to stop breathing hundreds of times a night for anywhere, from a few seconds to more than a minute. Sleep apnea is a chronic condition that occurs when your muscles relax during sleep, allowing soft tissue to collapse and block the airway. As a result, repeated breathing pauses occur, which often reduce your oxygen levels. These breathing pauses are followed by brief awakenings that disturb your sleep.

Track 11: Dental Marketing

Marketing is key to the success of any business, and dental practices are no exception. For a dental practice to grow, a single dentist should be seeing 24–50 new patients per month. And in order to attract new dental patients, a practice must offer a competitive product at competitive pricing, along with convenient, quality services. For an established dental practice, more than 70% of new patient growth should come from internal patient referrals. Yet, existing patients don’t often view your dental practice as a growing business in search of more patients. Really the number one dental marketing idea is to consistently focus on new patient generation.

Track 12: Nano Dentistry

Nano dentistry is a branch that involves the maintenance and up gradation of oral health care yet more precise by employing nanomaterials, biotechnology, including tissue engineering & ultimately dental nanorobotics. Recent developments of nanoparticles and nanotubes in operative dentistry, endodontics, periodontal management, has played a growing role in the enhancement of dental industry. Nanomaterials and nanoparticles are cornerstones of innovative dental devices used for drug discovery and delivery, discovery of biomarkers, and molecular diagnostics. Nano dentistry aims to manipulate and fine tune particle to create unique with novel properties and advances in dentistry.

Track 13: Dental Hygiene

Dental hygiene is the practice of keeping the mouth and teeth clean to prevent dental problems, most commonly, dental cavities, gingivitis, caries, periodontal (gum) diseases and bad breath. Vincent infection- a painful disease of the mouth characterized by gray ulceration of the mucous membrane, bleeding of gums, foul odor to the breath etc. Teeth cleaning are the removal of dental plaque and tartar from teeth to prevent cavities, gingivitis, gum disease, and tooth decay. Tooth decay is the most common global disease. A dental hygienist is a licensed dental professional who is registered with a dental association or regulatory body within their country of practice.

Track 14:Regulatory and Ethical Issues in Dentistry

Ethics affect virtually every decision made in a dental office, encompassing activities of both judging and choosing. Ethics affect relationships with patients, the public, office staff, and other professionals. Without a solid ethical foundation, you simply cannot be a true professional. The dentist must be aware of patients’ legitimate needs for prescription drugs.

Track 15: Oral Myology and Oral Implantology

Orofacial myology is a specialized professional discipline that evaluates and treats a variety of oral and facial (orofacial) muscle (myo-) postural and functional disorders and habit patterns that may disrupt normal dental development and also create cosmetic problems. The principle involved with the evaluation and treatment of orofacial myofunctional disorder is based upon dental science tenet.

Oral Implantology is intended to promote study and scientific research in the field of dental implantology and allied biomedical disciplines at Dental Dubai. It provides valuable information to general dentists, oral surgeons, prosthodontics, Periodontists, scientists, clinicians, laboratory owners and technicians, manufacturers, and educators during Dentistry workshop and Dentistry conferences.

Track 16:Current concepts in Oral Health

Dentistry continues to change, particularly because of the advances in clinical dentistry, materials and technology. These changes offer opportunities for both patients and dental practices alike. Now patients can benefit from the advances in Clinical dentistry and dental practices can benefit from the opportunity to move their business in a forward direction. Dental practices need to constantly look at the available options. Dentists can now offer patients advanced choices like Laser dentistry, dentistry, Digital and Implant dentistry. I find that dentists who are taking advanced clinical courses and utilizing technology are re-energized and enjoying dentistry more than ever before.

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Day 1 December 07, 2018
Conference Hall: Superior Ballroom A
08:20-08:30 Registrations
08:30-09:00 Opening Ceremony
Kteynote Forum
Introduction
09:00-09:40
Title: Resin-bonded bridges made from zirconia ceramic - A true alternative to single
tooth implants
Matthias Kern, Christian-Albrechts University, Germany
09:40-10:20
Title: Observers Agreement in perception of Non-cavitated Approximal Dental Caries
by CCD digital Radiography at different Exposure parameters and corresponding
required
Mohamed Mehanny, Minia University, Egypt
10:20-11:00 Title: Rationale and method for securing an elite dental laboratory workforce
Michael J Pontack, Smile Right Dental Laboratories, USA
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 11:00-11:15
11:15-12:00
Title: Anatomical study of the zygomatic bone for the placement of zygomatic implants
in totally edentulous patients using cone beam computed tomography
Pisi Paolo, University of Bologna, Italy
12:00-12:40
Title: Ceramic Laminate veneers
Amr Abouzeid, Tanta Univiersity, Egypt
Sessions: Dental Education | Pediatric dentistry | Advanced Dentistry | Prosthodontics | Dental
Marketing | Oral Cancer | Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Session Chair: Amr Abouzeid, Tanta Univiersity, Egypt
Session Co-chair: Mohamed Mehanny, Minia University, Egypt
Session Intoduction
12:40-13:00
Title: Platelet rich fibrin in regenerative dentistry: From biological background to clinical
applications
Richard J Miron, University of Bern, Switzerland
Panel Discussion
Lunch Break 13:00-14:00
14:00-15:00 Workshop Title: Welcome to your new profession
Michael J Pontack, Smile Right Dental Laboratories, USA
15:00-15:30 Title: Disruptive innovation in dentistry
Sameer Atrash, Tufts Dental School, USA
15:30-16:00 Title: Human dentin as an autologous bone grafting material
Greta Kersyte, Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 16:00-16:15
16:15:16:45
Title: Effect of Diode laser as an adjunct to conventional flap surgery for treatment of
chronic Periodontitis–clinical and microbilogical study
S M Fakhrul Hasan Kaleemi, H K E’s S N Institute of Dental Sciences & Research, India
16:45-17:45 Workshop Title: Digital smile design full protocol
Amr Abouzeid, Tanta Univiersity, Egypt
Poster Presentation
17:45-18:00 Title: Disruptive Innovation in Dentistry
Sameer Atrash, Tufts Dental School, USA
Panel Discussion

Day 2 December 08, 2018
Conference Hall: Superior Ballroom A
Keynote Forum
08:30-09:15 Title: Silver nanoparticles: An alternative approach to treat dental caries
Andre Galembeck, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
09:15-10:00 Title: Maximizing aesthetics on single implants
Miguel Monteiro, University of Rio de Janeiro State, France
10:00-10:45
Title: RODSMIPMTP Role of dental sleep medicine in the pregnency, migrain, type3
diabeties mellitus and post operative aspect of oral cancer
Gouri Sankara Krishna Gattupalli, Shree Narayana Datte Dental Clinic, India
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 10:45-11:00
Sessions: Dental Nursing | Dental Practice | Dental and Oral Health | Therapy and Treatment |
Current Concepts in Oral Health | Endodontics
Session Chair: Andre Galembeck, Universidade Federal de Pernambuco, Brazil
Session Co-chair: Gouri Sankara Krishna Gattupalli, Shree Narayana Datte Dental Clinic, Family Dental Hub, India
Session Intoduction
11:00-11:30 Title: E-BABE – Fracture resisitance ceramic crowns supported with indirect composite cores
Abdulkhaliq Alshadidi, King Khalid University, KSA
11:30-12:00 Title: Regenerative pulpotomy: A novel strategy for local regeneration of dental pulp
Ahmed Moustafa Mobarak, Alexandria University, Egypt
12:00-12:30 Title: Restorations and Survivability of Endodontically Treated Teeth
Bin Hassan Saeed A, King Khalid Univercity, Saudi Arabia
12:30-13:00
Title: The oxidative stress status of gingival crevicular fluid, saliva and serum in
noncompetitive bodybuilders
Eynar Berdeli, Izmir Katip Celebi University, Turkey
Panel Discussion
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3rd International Conference on Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Infections and AIDS

3rd International Conference on Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Infections and AIDS


About Conference

Pulsus takes this global opportunity to welcome people from all over the globe to its next venture 3rd International Conference on Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Infections and AIDS (STD & HIV/AIDS 2019) which is scheduled during September 23-24, 2019 in Toronto, Canada. This event comes up with the theme “Bring forth your Vision to build a healthy community”, so we welcome Academicians, Research Scholars, Budding Researchers, Activists and Students to join the 2019 event to revolutionize the aspects and stigma prevailing in people minds on Sexual Health and related diseases. Mark your renowned work through your Oral and Poster presentations in this global platform and engage your work to the needed community.

Pulsus Group is an internationally renowned peer-review publisher in scientific, technical, and medical journals established in the year 1984 with offices in Ontario, Canada and Hyderabad, has acquired Andrew John Publishing and openaccessjournals.com to expand its Open Access Publishing through its 50+ journals in association with 20+ International medical and scientific societies.

Why to attend?

“3rd International Conference on Sexually Transmitted Diseases, Infections and AIDS” will be a marked milestone in the field of Sexual and Public Health. 2018 Conference success has brought this venture in 2019 to create a global platform which is going to lighten up the community that are still holding the stigma of HIV/AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Diseases/Infections (STD/STIs). So, join the event to witness and be a part of exploring revolutionary concepts and stigma on HIV/ AIDS and STD.

Target Audience

2019 assemblage will be from the domains of Sexual Health, Public Health, Reproductive Health, Infectious Diseases and Healthcare Industry.

The remarked audience for the 2019 event,

Gynaecologists/ Obstetrician
Andrologist/ Medical Specialist/ Urologists
Physicians/ Therapist
Infectious Disease Specialists
Immunologists
Nurse Practioners
Medical Professionals
Healthcare Professionals
Pharmaceuticals Professionals
Social Health Activist
Clinical Laboratory Technologist
Paediatrician
Physical Therapy Assistant
Gastroenterologists/ Pulmonologists
Oncologists
Pathologists

Scientific Sessions

Session 01: Sexually transmitted diseases and Infections (STD& STI)

Sexually transmitted diseases are infections that are passed starting with one individual then onto the next amid vaginal, anal, and oral sex. They're normal, and many of individuals who have them don't have any indications. Some are transmitted by bites from insects or animals. And others are acquired by ingesting contaminated food or water/blood semen/fluids or drugs or being exposed to organisms in the environment. Signs and symptoms vary depending on the organism causing the infection, but often include fever and fatigue. Mild infections may respond to rest and home remedies, while some life-threatening infections may require hospitalization. Sexually transmitted diseases can be unsafe, yet fortunately getting tested is no major big deal, and most STDs are easy to treat.

Session 02: HIV Modes of Transmission

HIV can only be transmitted from an infected person to another through direct contact of bodily fluids such as, Blood (including menstrual blood), Semen / cum / precum / ejaculate, Vaginal secretions and Breast milk. Unprotected anal and vaginal intercourse are high-risk activities. In the penis, vagina and anus, HIV may enter through cuts and sores (many of which would be very small and hard to notice), or directly through the mucus membranes. Oral sex is considered a low risk practice, but it’s not completely risk-free. The virus can't survive well in the mouth (in semen, vaginal fluid or blood), so the risk of HIV transmission through the throat, gums, and oral membranes is lower than through vaginal or anal membranes. Mother to child transmission is now rare in the U.S. and other high-income countries because pregnant women who are HIV-positive are normally given medications to prevent the foetus from getting infected. However, it is possible for an HIV-infected mother to transmit HIV before or during birth or through breast milk.

Session 03: Classification of STD based on Infections

A common way for infectious diseases to spread is through the direct transfer of bacteria, viruses or other germs from one person to another. This can occur when an individual with the bacterium or virus touches, kisses, or coughs or sneezes on someone who isn't infected. These germs can also spread through the exchange of body fluids from sexual contact. The person who passes the germ may have no symptoms of the disease but may simply be a carrier. Even smaller than bacteria, viruses cause a multitude of diseases, ranging from the common cold to AIDS. These one-cell organisms are responsible for illnesses such as strep throat, urinary tract infections and tuberculosis. Many skin diseases, such as ringworm and athlete's foot, are caused by fungi. Other types of fungi can infect your lungs or nervous system. Malaria is caused by a tiny parasite that is transmitted by a mosquito bite. Other parasites may be transmitted to humans from animal feces.

Session 04: Human Papillomavirus (HPV)

Infection with one of the 30 human papillomavirus (HPV) types that infect the genital epithelium is very common, although most of these infections are asymptomatic. The most common virus type was HPV 16, followed by 6 and 11. The most usual manifestation of HPV infection, when one occurs, is genital warts. Indeed, genital warts are the most common symptomatic STI. They are usually caused by HPV types 6 and 11 and develop in about half the women infected with these types. There’s no cure for HPV. But there’s a lot you can do to keep HPV from having a negative impact on your health. There are vaccines that can help protect you from ever getting certain types of HPV. Genital warts can be removed by your nurse or doctor. High-risk HPV can usually be easily treated before it turns into cancer, which is why regular Pap/HPV tests are so important. While condoms and dental dams don’t offer perfect protection, they can help lower your chances of getting HPV.

Session 05:Chlamydia

Bacterial Infection with Chlamydia trachomatis is often asymptomatic and causes cervicitis, endometritis and pelvic inflammatory disease in women, with the sequelae of tubal factor infertility and ectopic pregnancy. In men, it causes urethritis, epididymo-orchitis and prostatitis. It is spread through vaginal, anal, and oral sex. The infection is carried in semen and vaginal fluids. This can infect the penis, vagina, cervix, anus, urethra, eyes, and throat. Most people with chlamydia don’t have any symptoms and feel totally fine, so they might not even know they’re infected. This can be easily cleared up with antibiotics. You can prevent chlamydia by using condoms every time you have sex. Complicated chlamydial infections, such as epididymitis or pelvic inflammatory disease (PID), require longer therapy, but treatment recommendations vary greatly.

Session 06: Gonorrhoea

Gonorrhea is caused by the bacterium Neisseria gonorrhoeae. The gonorrhoea bacteria are most often passed from one person to another during sexual contact, including oral, anal or vaginal intercourse. It’s sexually transmitted, and most people with gonorrhoea don’t have symptoms. Gonorrhea is sometimes called “the clap” or “the drip.” You can also get gonorrhoea by touching your eye if you have infected fluids on your hand. Gonorrhea can also be spread to a baby during birth if the mother has it. Main groups who are primarily affected: men who have sex with men (the group with the greatest increase), People in remote settings, and people who have heterosexual contact overseas. Other heterosexual cases are uncommon. Gonorrhea is usually easily cured with antibiotics. But if you don’t treat gonorrhoea early enough, it can lead to more serious health problems in the future.

Session 07: Syphilis

Syphilis is caused by the bacteria Treponema pallidum. Syphilis is a common STD. Syphilis is spread through vaginal, anal, and oral sex. Syphilis causes sores on your genitals (called chancres). The sores are usually painless, but they can easily spread the infection to other people. You get syphilis from contact with the sores. A lot of people with syphilis don’t notice the sores and feel totally fine, so they might not know they have it. People with primary syphilis will develop one or more sores. The sores are usually small painless ulcers. They occur on the genitals or in or around the mouth somewhere between 10-90 days. The secondary stage may last one to three months and begins within six weeks to six months after exposure. Like primary syphilis, secondary syphilis will resolve without treatment. Tertiary syphilis occurs if the infection isn't treated, it may then progress to a stage characterized by severe problems with the heart, brain, and nerves that can result in paralysis, blindness, dementia, deafness, impotence, and even death if it's not treated.

Session 08: Genital Herpes

Herpes is caused by two different but similar viruses: herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) and herpes simplex virus type 2 (HSV-2). Both kinds can make sores pop up on and around your vulva, vagina, cervix, anus, penis, scrotum, butt, inner thighs, lips, mouth, throat, and rarely, your eyes. Many people with herpes don’t notice the sores or mistake them for something else, so they might not know they’re infected. You can spread herpes even when you don’t have any sores or symptoms. There’s no cure for herpes, but medication can ease your symptoms and lower your chances of giving the virus to other people. HSV transmission may uncommonly occur in the absence of genital lesions. The risk of acquiring genital HSV-2 from a regular partner is greater for women with no previous HSV-1 infection and least for men with previous HSV-1 exposure. Viral culture and direct immunofluorescence are the definitive tests for HSV diagnosis, but sensitivity depends on proper specimen collection.

Session 09: Trichomoniasis

Infection with the protozoan Trichomonas vaginalis is the most common treatable STI in the world. People get trich from having unprotected sexual contact with someone who has the infection. Trich is often passed during vaginal sex. It’s also spread by vulva-to-vulva contact, sharing sex toys, and touching your own or your partner’s genitals if you have infected fluids on your hand. T. vaginalis may be diagnosed by Pap smear, culture or microscopy of a wet preparation. Trichomonal infection is treated with a single dose of metronidazole or tinidazole. You can reduce your risk of infection by using condoms correctly every time you have sex. Most studies of treatment efficacy have been conducted in women, and there is a surprising lack of evidence regarding their efficacy in men.

Session 10: Human Immunodeficiency Virus

HIV stands for Human Immunodeficiency Virus. It’s a virus that breaks down certain cells in your immune system. When HIV damages your immune system, it’s easier to get sick and even die from infections that your body could normally fight off. HIV kills CD4 cells. Healthy adults generally have a CD4 count of 500 to 1,500 per cubic millimetre. A person with HIV whose CD4 count falls below 200 per cubic millimetre will be diagnosed with AIDS. AIDS is the most advanced stage of HIV, but just because a person has HIV doesn’t mean they’ll develop AIDS. This makes the person vulnerable to a wide range of illnesses and leads to raise of many opportunistic infections. The shortened life expectancy linked with untreated AIDS isn’t a direct result of the syndrome itself. Rather, it’s a result of the diseases and complications that arise from having an immune system weakened by AIDS.

Session 11: Stages of HIV Infection

The symptoms of HIV at each stage can vary in type and severity from person-to-person and some people may not get any symptoms at all for many years. Without antiretroviral treatment, the virus replicates in the body and causes more and more damage to the immune system. Therefore, people need to start treatment as soon as possible after testing positive. Around one to four weeks after getting HIV, some people will experience symptoms that can feel like flu. These symptoms can happen because your body is reacting to the HIV virus. Cells that are infected with HIV are circulating throughout your blood system. Your immune system, in response, tries to attack the virus by producing HIV antibodies this process is called seroconversion. Once a person has been through the acute primary infection stage and seroconversion process, they can often start to feel better. In fact, HIV may not cause any other symptoms for up to 10 or even 15 years. However, the virus will still be active, infecting new cells and making copies of itself. By the third stage of HIV infection a person’s immune system is severely damaged rising to opportunistic infections.

Session 12: Opportunistic Infections of AIDS/HIV

Opportunistic infections are infections that occur more frequently in people with advanced HIV disease, including tuberculosis, cryptococcal meningitis, pneumonia and toxoplasmosis. Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is virus most commonly thought of as causing serious eye disease in people with weakened immune systems. It can potentially lead to blindness. The damage from CMV infection may slow with the use of antiretroviral therapy. Cryptococcus may cause meningitis. This is an infection of the membranes around the brain and spinal cord. Long-term suppressive therapy is often used with somewhat fewer toxic medications for people with HIV. Cryptosporidiosis is an unpleasant diarrheal illness for healthy people. However, for those who are HIV-positive, it can last longer and cause more severe symptoms. A medication called nitazoxanide (Alinia) is normally prescribed to treat the disease. Mycobacterium avium complex MAC organisms can make their way into the body through the GI system and spread. It can be treated through antimycobacterial and antiretroviral therapy.

Session 13: Cervical Cancer

Cervical cancer is known to be caused by the human papillomavirus (HPV). Transmission of this virus is extremely common among all sexually active women. But studies have clearly demonstrated that the risk of contracting HPV rises substantially as HIV progresses. For this reason, HIV-positive women should undergo regular pelvic exams with Pap tests. Pap tests can detect early cervical cancer. Most cervical cancers (80 to 90 percent) are squamous cell cancers. Adenocarcinoma is the second most common type of cervical cancer, accounting for the remaining 10 to 20 percent of cases. Adenocarcinoma develops from the glands that produce mucus in the endocervix. While less common than squamous cell carcinoma, the incidence of adenocarcinoma is on the rise, particularly in younger women. Cervical cancer is considered invasive when it spreads outside the cervix. Treatment options include surgery, radiation therapy, or chemotherapy.

Session 14: Tuberculosis

Tuberculosis or TB, as it’s commonly called - is a contagious infection that usually attacks the lungs. It can also spread to other parts of the body, like the brain and spine. A type of bacteria called Mycobacterium tuberculosis causes it. Latent TB is when you have the germs in your body, but your immune system stops them from spreading. That means you don’t have any symptoms and you’re not contagious. But the infection is still alive in your body and can one day become active. Active TB means the germs multiply and can make you sick. You can spread the disease to others. Ninety percent of adult cases of active TB are from the reactivation of a latent TB infection. TB is actually the leading cause of death for individuals who have HIV.

Session 15: Kaposi’s sarcoma

Kaposi sarcoma (KS) is a cancer that causes patches of abnormal tissue to grow under the skin, in the lining of the mouth, nose, and throat, in lymph nodes, or in other organs. These patches, or lesions, are usually red or purple. They are made of cancer cells, blood vessels, and blood cells. Kaposi Sarcoma is caused by infection with human herpesvirus-8 (HHV-8). Most people infected with HHV-8 don't get Kaposi Sarcoma. It usually happens with People with weak immune systems, due to HIV/AIDS, drugs taken after an organ transplant, or another disease. Treatment depends on where the lesions are and how bad they are. Options include radiation therapy, surgery, chemotherapy, and biologic therapy. People with HIV/AIDS also take HIV/AIDS Medicines

Session 16: Early Symptoms of STD/AIDS and Treatment

Early symptoms of HIV may feel like (and may even be mistaken for) a long-lasting flu. These flu-like symptoms may occur 4-8 weeks after infection and are known as HIV seroconversion or an acute HIV infection. During the initial period of infection, the body's immune system fights the HIV virus and as a result rids itself of flu-like symptoms. A person's ability to spread HIV is highest during this stage due to the high amount of the virus in the blood. As the HIV virus progresses over the course of months or years, the body's immune system continues to deteriorate and weaken, ultimately leading to AIDS. The immune system is compromised by this point and is unable to protect the body from HIV-related symptoms or new infections or illnesses. A therapeutic HIV vaccine is a vaccine that’s designed to improve the body’s immune response to HIV in a person who already has HIV. Currently, no therapeutic HIV vaccines have been approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), but research is under way. Researchers are exploring therapeutic HIV vaccines to slow down the progression of HIV infection, to eliminate the need for antiretroviral therapy (ART) while still keeping undetectable levels of HIV, and as part of a larger strategy to eliminate all HIV from the body.

Session 17: Diagnostic approaches and Cure Strategies

An antibody test (also called immunoassay) checks for antibodies to the HIV virus. Blood test is done by drawing blood from a vein, or by a finger prick. A blood test is the most accurate because blood has a higher level of antibodies than other body fluids. Oral fluid test checks for antibodies in the cells of the mouth. It is done by swabbing the gums and inside cheeks. This test is less accurate than the blood test. Urine test checks for antibodies in the urine. This test is also less accurate than the blood test. Polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests are used to detect HIV's genetic material, called RNA. These tests can be used to screen the donated blood supply and to detect very early infections before antibodies have been developed. Contact tracing of sexual partners is an important part of the clinical management of sexually transmissible infections (STIs) and initiation of contact tracing is the responsibility of the diagnosing clinician.

Session 18: Drug Therapy- Anti retro Viral Drugs

HIV attacks and destroys the infection-fighting CD4 cells of the immune system. Loss of CD4 cells makes it hard for the body to fight off infections and certain HIV-related cancers. HIV medicines prevent HIV from multiplying (making copies of itself), which reduces the amount of HIV in the body. Antiretroviral therapy (ART) is the use of HIV medicines to treat HIV infection. People on ART take a combination of HIV medicines (called an HIV regimen) every day. ART is recommended for everyone who has HIV. ART can’t cure HIV, but HIV medicines help people with HIV live longer, healthier lives. ART also reduces the risk of HIV transmission. Potential risks of ART include side effects from HIV medicines and drug interactions between HIV medicines or between HIV medicines and other medicines a person is taking. Poor adherence in not taking HIV medicines every day and exactly as prescribed increases the risk of drug resistance and treatment failure. Side effects from HIV medicines can vary depending on the medicine and the person taking the medicine. People taking the same HIV medicine can have very different side effects. Some side effects, like headaches or occasional dizziness, may not be serious. Other side effects, such as swelling of the throat and tongue or liver damage, can be life-threatening.

Session 19: Vaccination and Developments

An HIV vaccine may have the purpose of protecting individuals who do not have HIV from being infected with the virus -a preventative vaccine or treating an HIV-infected person -a therapeutic vaccine. There are two approaches to an HIV vaccine,An active vaccine aims to induce an immune response against HIV and A passive vaccine preforms antibodies against HIV are administered.The vaccine candidate was shown to protect monkeys from simian-human immunodeficiency virus (SHIV), an HIV-like virus that only affects monkeys. While we haven’t yet seen the development of a definitive HIV vaccine, this research is having a ripple effect in the field. HIV vaccine candidate induced robust and comparable immune responses in humans and monkeys. Moreover, the vaccine provided 67 percent protection against viral challenge in monkeys.

Session 20: Fertility problems in Women

Most cases of female infertility are caused by problems with ovulation. Without ovulation, there are no eggs to be fertilized. Some signs that a woman is not ovulating normally include irregular or absent menstrual periods. Ovulation problems are often caused by polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS). PCOS is a hormone imbalance problem which can interfere with normal ovulation and is the most common cause of female infertility. Also, cohort studies have demonstrated a high prevalence of sexually transmitted diseases (STD) in HIV-1-infected women. These women may therefore also be at risk for tubal infertility. Behavioural influences may also lead to higher fertility rates. Biological mechanisms also influence fertility rates in HIV-positive women and men. Research has shown that women with HIV may find it more difficult to conceive than their HIV-negative counterparts. HIV infected women experience reduced pregnancy rates and higher rates of both planned abortion and miscarriage.

Session 21: Pediatric Sexual Health Problem

In countries where HIV/AIDS treatment is widely available, positive parenting is on the rise. The risk of mother-to-child transmission is as low as 2% in these areas, and treatment has prolonged life expectancy for many potential parents with HIV. Current treatment options for HIV-positive children are insufficient, as little investment has been made to ensure the safety and efficacy of antiretrovirals in treating children, or to develop child-appropriate formulations. An improved first-line therapy for children under 3 years of age would ideally be safe, easy to administer, well-tolerated and palatable, heat-stable, readily dispersible, and dosed once daily or less. It must also carry minimal risk for developing resistance, be compatible with drugs against tuberculosis, and affordable.

Session 22: Awareness on Reproductive and Public Health

Sexually transmitted infections continue to be one of the major Public health concerns. Health awareness events create publicity for health issues and aims to improve the condition and help save lives, sometimes these events encourage preventative action against conditions becoming more serious. Sexual health is a broad area that encompasses many inter-related challenges and problems. Key issues and concerns are human rights related to sexual health, sexual pleasure, eroticism and sexual satisfaction, diseases (HIV/AIDS, STIs, RTIs), violence, female genital mutilation, sexual dysfunction and mental health related to sexual health. Having safe sex practices will be the most effective way to prevent HIV. Barriers work by blocking many viruses, bacteria, and other infectious particles. Male latex condoms are the most common barrier used for safe sex.

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19th Annual Meeting on Oral Care & Oral Cancer

19th Annual Meeting on Oral Care & Oral Cancer

About Conference
Dentistry can be a wing of medicine in other words considering startling work on the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders and conditions of the oral cavity. It should show up prognostics proceeding from various opposite diseases together with infections at heart our carcass granted that dereliction grace or simply take appeal being presumed.

The aim of the “19th Annual Meeting on Oral Care & Oral Cancer” is to create an international platform for exchanging ideas, sharing views and also provide an excellent scope for learning, covering all the major aspects treatment of Oral Care & Oral Cancer. Thus it is expected that Dentists, Dental Hygienists, Dental Surgeons, Dental Assistants, Dental Business Assistants, Practice Managers and other Members of the Dental Team’s from across the globe will definitely be a part of this conference combining prevalent expertise and noble innovations, making it a great success. It also focuses on providing education opportunities as well as world-class scientific content delivered by quality keynote speakers, with plenary sessions, symposia, hands-on workshops.
Highlights of this conference:

This International Conference on 19th Annual Meeting on Oral Care & Oral Cancer includes international attendees, workshops, lectures and symposia, refreshment break and Grand Luncheon.

Persons associated alongside dentistry in any way can be a part of this conference as an International Member to receive early bird discounts on Registration. apparently break as a consequence regard connected with aforementioned leading experts and unified professionals meeting from September 23-24, 2019 to get an insight into the rapidly accelerating pace of changes in dental health that is already having a profound impact on the society and human lives, and will continue to in the near future also.
Importance of attending it:

With members from around the world focused on learning about modern aspects on dentistry and its advances, this is your best opportunity to reach the largest gathering of participants from the Dental and Oral Care community.

Conduct presentations, distribute information, meet with current and Potential Scientists, make a splash with new developments, and receive name recognition at this two days event.

The 19th Annual Meeting on Oral Care & Oral Cancer is focusing on latest innovations in the dentistry with breakthrough to excellence. The attendees can find:

Exclusive Sessions and Panel discussions on latest innovations in dentistry

Keynote forums by renowned dentists

Speaker Forum

Poster Sessions on latest innovation in all the relevant areas

Poster sessions on every career stage

Young research forum

Post-Doctoral career development session

B2B Meetings

Global Networking with 50+ countries

Novel techniques to benefit your research

Best platform for global business and networking opportunities

Meet the editors of refereed journals, society and association members across the globe

Target audience:

Principal Dentists

Dental Partners or Owners

Dentists

Dental House Officers

Oral/Dental Surgeons

Orthodontists

Periodontists

Dental Business/Practice Managers

Dental or Oral Hygienists & Therapists

Dental Treatment Coordinators

Dental Nurses

Dental and Oral Health Associations, Societies and Universities

Dental and Oral Health Researchers, Faculty and Students

Procurement and Management teams from Corporate Dental Organizations

Dental Wholesalers, Dealers and Distributors

Manufacturing Medical Devices Companies

So don’t miss this opportunity to hear the latest trends and form a network with Global Experts.

Sessions/Tracks

Track 1: Oral Care

Oral Care is a branch of medicine that consists of the study, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases, disorders and conditions of the oral cavity, commonly in the dentition but also the oral mucosa, and of adjacent and related structures and tissues, particularly in the maxillofacial area. Although primarily associated with teeth among the general public, the field of dentistry or dental medicine is not limited to teeth but includes other aspects of the craniofacial complex including the temper mandibular and other supporting structures.

Oral irrigation

Denture care

Flossing

Tooth brushing

Track 2: Oral Cancer and Oral Oncology

Squamous cell carcinomas amount to more than 90% of malignant tumours of the oral cavity and oropharynx. As in other parts of the upper aero digestive tract, there is a strong and synergistic association with tobacco smoking and alcohol abuse. Oral Oncology is the formation of cancer cells in the oral cavity; mainly occurs at head and neck region. It forms as a primary lesion and metastasis into nasal cavity and neighbouring sites.

Although there has been considerable progress in the understanding of the genetic and molecular events underlying the progression of precancerous lesions to invasive carcinomas, this has yet to be translated into novel therapeutic strategies.

Molecular Pathogenesis of Oral cancer

Tobacco and oral diseases

Prevention of oral cancer

Stem Cell Regeneration Therapy

Track 3: Prosthodontics

The term "prostho" refers to substitution and "dontist" implies managing teeth. Prosthodontics is a dental forte that relates to the determination, treatment arranging, restoration, and upkeep of the oral capacity, solace, appearance, and well-being of patients with clinical conditions related with absent or lacking teeth and additionally oral and maxillofacial tissues. Sometimes called the "architects of the smile."

Prosthodontics, also known as dental prosthetics or prosthetic dentistry, is the area of dentistry that focuses on dental prostheses. It is the dental specialty pertaining to the diagnosis, treatment planning, rehabilitation and maintenance of the oral function, comfort, appearance and health of patients with clinical conditions associated with missing or deficient teeth and/or oral and maxillofacial tissues using biocompatible substitutes.

Maxillofacial prosthodontics/prosthetics

Implant-based prostheses

Management of temporo-mandibular disorders

Dentures

Track 4: Endodontics

Endodontic is the study of clinical and basic science of biology of normal dental pulp and the diagnosis, etiology, prevention and treatment of injuries and disease of dental pulp. It’s performs a variety of procedures including dental trauma, endodontic retreatment surgery and endontists. Much national organization recognized the endodontists as a speciality in tooth. They were using several techniques related to Endodontics.

Endodontics associates

Endodontics review

Endodontics case report

Endodontics treatment

Endodontics perforation

Endodontics pain

Laser Endodontics

Root canal Endodontics

Endodontics irrigation

Endodontics procedures

Endodontic surgery

Track 5: Cosmetic Dentistry

Cosmetic dentistry states to any dental work that improves the appearance of a person's teeth, gums. It mainly focuses on enhancement dental aesthetics in colour, position, shape, size, alignment and overall smile appearance. It involve addition of a dental material to teeth or gums, removal of tooth structure or gums, straightening of teeth accompanied by improvement in appearance of face. Cosmetic dentistry is generally used to refer to any dental work that improves the appearance (though not necessarily the functionality) of teeth, gums and/or bite. It primarily focuses on improvement dental aesthetics in colour, position, shape, size, alignment and overall smile appearance.

Teeth whitening

Full mouth reconstruction

Fillings

Dentures

Track 6: Oral Microbiology and Pathology

Oral Microbiology is the strong point of dentistry and instruct of pathology that courses of action with the nature, unmistakable confirmation, and organization of diseases affecting the Oral and maxillofacial districts (the mouth and jaw zones). It is a science that looks into the causes, methodology, and effects of these infections. The demonstration of Oral Pathology fuses research and finding of disorders using clinical, radiographic, little, biochemical, or diverse examinations. The specialty Oral Pathology is stressed over conclusion and examination of the conditions and final products of ailments affecting the Oral and maxillofacial locale. It is every so often thought to be quality of dentistry and pathology. 

Oral bacteria

Dental plaque

Cell–cell communication

Congenital

Ankyloglossia

Acquired

Track 7: Orthodontics

Orthodontics is the branch of dentistry that corrects teeth and jaws that are positioned improperly. Crooked teeth and teeth that do not fit together correctly are harder to keep clean, are at risk of being lost early due to tooth decay and periodontal disease, and cause extra stress on the chewing muscles that can lead to headaches, TMJ syndrome and neck, shoulder and back pain. Teeth that are crooked or not in the right place can also detract from one's appearance. The benefits of orthodontic treatment include a healthier mouth, a more pleasing appearance, and teeth that are more likely to last a lifetime.

Orthodontic treatment

Resorption orthodontic

Orthodontic appliances

Orthodontic brackets

Fixed orthodontic

Track 8: Periodontics

Periodontics is a branch of specialized dentistry that includes dental speciality focusing in the inflammatory disease that destroys the gums and other structures supports your teeth. Periodontology also involves in the placement and maintenance of dental implants and the etiology of Peri-implantitis are thought to be very similar to periodontal disease. Periodonist offer a variety of treatments, such as scaling, root planning and also perform surgical procedures for patients with severe gum disease.

Periodontal diseases go up against a wide range of structures, however, are typically an aftereffect of a blend of bacterial plaque biofilm amassing of the red complex microorganisms of the gingiva and teeth, joined with have immuno-incendiary instruments and other hazard factors that can prompt devastation of the supporting bone around normal teeth.

Chronic periodontitis

Gingival graft

Gingival recession

Track 9: Nano Dentistry

Nanotechnology has tremendous potential to revolutionize dentistry as a whole and can also introduce significant benefits to human society by improving health and presenting better use of natural resources. Nanomaterials and nanoparticles are likely to be cornerstones of innovative nanodental applications. It is believed that Nano dentistry will improve the human quality of life for the twenty-first century.

Nanorobotics analgesics

Nano materials

Nano particles

Track 10: Oral and maxillofacial surgery

Oral-Maxillofacial Surgery is a surgical specialty which involves the diagnosis, surgery and adjunctive treatment of diseases, injuries and defects involving both the functional and aesthetic aspects of the hard and soft tissues of the oral and maxillofacial region. More simply put, the oral and maxillofacial surgeon is the orthopaedic surgeon of the facial region. He or she is an individual who addresses problems ranging from the removal of impacted teeth to the repair of facial trauma.

Maxillofacial trauma

Maxillofacial fractures

Maxillofacial prosthesis

Maxillofacial injuries

Cranio-Maxillofacial surgery

Maxillofacial pathology

Maxillofacial bone

Maxillofacial jaw surgery

Maxillofacial surgery procedures

Track 11: Restorative Dentistry

Restorative/Therapeutic dentistry is the investigation, conclusion and coordinated administration of sickness of the teeth and their supporting structures and the recovery of the dentition to practical and aesthetic necessities of the person. Restorative dentistry envelops the dental remedial specialities of endodontics, periodontics and prosthodontics and its establishment depends on how these communicate in cases requiring multifaceted care.

Designing and specifying each progression of a dental restoration or rebuilding and ensuring the work is performed to design. Regardless of whether it's a "smile makeover" intended to improve the appearance or reclamation after injury or medical procedure. Exceptionally talented specialists make exact reclamations from solid, innovative materials. They can help guarantee that you get very much created substitution teeth that will mix into an immaculate smile.

Esthetic restorative dentistry

Pediatric restorative dentistry

Preventive restorative dentistry

Periodontal restorative dentistry

Track 12: Pediatric Dentistry

Pediatric dentistry is the field of dentistry for managing kids from birth through youthfulness. They need sheltered and powerful oral consideration to be given to kids. To forestall potential dangers including, however not constrained to, contamination, nerve harm, delayed dying, hematomas and torment.

Pediatric dental pros are also awesome choices for the dental consideration of adults with uncommon necessities. Typical conditions that require unprecedented necessities or exceptional needs in dental consideration join cerebral paralysis, seizure issue, HIV contamination, Down's disorder, vision/hearing shortcomings, congenital fissure, congenital fissure, and other craniofacial conditions, and learning and developmental debilitations.

Pediatric oral health research

Infant oral health

Pediatric Endodontics

Dental caries

Track 13: Dental Nursing

A dental nurse supports the dentist in all aspects of patients' dental care. The dental nurse plays an important role in the organisation and management of the dental practice, assists the dentist in all aspects of patient treatment plays a vital role in patient care. Over one third of the population has no access to community water fluoridation which causes serious oral health problems. Oral problems, including dental and periodontal infections, dry mouth, tooth decay, are all treatable with proper diagnosis and care. Over one third of the population has no access to community water fluoridation which causes serious oral health problems.

The evaluation, diagnosis, prevention and/or treatment (nonsurgical, surgical or related procedures) of diseases, disorders and/or conditions of the oral cavity, maxillofacial area and/or the adjacent and associated structures and their impact on the human body; provided by a dentist, within the scope of his/her education, training and experience, in accordance with the ethics of the profession and applicable law.

Track 14: Dental Education

The field of Dentistry continues to change, particularly because of the advancements in dental technology, materials .These changes offer opportunities for both patients and dental practices alike. Dental education provides the most current information available on a wide variety of topics using new techniques for teaching, from new researches, materials and technology to innovative practice solutions. Today, there is no reason for anyone in dentistry to complain about being bored, fruitless.

Innovative educational and assessment methodologies

Community-based dental education

Current challenges in dental education

Primary care and dental health education

Dental professionalism and laws

New Technologies in Dental Education

Track 15: Oral Microbiology

Oral microbiology is a complex ecological system where up to 700 species of microorganisms that have been identified .Some of the predominant groups present in the mouth includes Streptococcus, Neisseria, Veillonella, Actinomyces and other obligate anaerobes. Oral microbiology is an advanced method of family dentistry that is practiced by dentists and prosthodontists in Naples. It is a minimally invasive, highly precise technique that dentists require extensive training for before use. Oral disease in an individual can be caused due to a combination of lack of oral hygiene and factors influencing the oral microbial community structure, such as diet.

Dental Caries and Dental Plaque

Oral Bacteria and Oral Medicine

Oral Oncology and Oral Cytology

Osteoporosis and Tooth Decay

Eating Habits and Dental Problems

Sinus Grafting Techniques

Oral and Cranial Implants

Advances in Oral Implant Therapy

Track 16: Geriatric Dentistry

Geriodontics is the branch of dentistry that mainly delivery of dental care to older adults involving the diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of problems associated with normal aging and age-related diseases as part of an interdisciplinary team with other health care professionals. The dental diseases that the elderly are particularly prone to are root caries, attrition, periodontal disease, missing teeth because of earlier neglect, edentulism, poor quality of alveolar ridges, ill-fitting dentures, mucosal lesions, oral ulceration, dry mouth (xerostomia), oral cancers, and rampant caries.

Track 17: Forensic Dentistry

Forensic dentistry or forensic odontology is the application of dental knowledge to those criminal and civil laws that are enforced by police agencies in a criminal justice system. Forensic dentists are involved in assisting investigative agencies to identify recovered human remains in addition to the identification of whole or fragmented bodies. The evidence that may be derived from teeth is the age (in children) and identification of the person to whom the teeth belong. This is done using dental records including radiographs, ante-mortem (prior to death) and post-mortem photographs and DNA.

Track 18: Laser Dentistry

The benefit of laser dentistry is that it offers a much less invasive alternative to many procedures. The light energy that is emitted from lasers results in a shortened and almost painless healing period. This option is commonly available for the treatment of benign tumors, cold sores, crown lengthening.

HealOzone

DIAGNOdent

Track 19: Dental Research

The main aim of this dental research studies is to explore research in all fields of oral and related sciences, to encourage improvements in methods for the prevention and treatment of oral and dental disease, also to improve the oral health of the public through research, and to facilitate cooperation among investigators and the communication of research findings and their implications throughout the globe.

DNA Vaccines Show Promise in Preventing Dental Caries

Protein Mediated Enamel Mineralization

Future Trends in Oral Health and Disease

Cardiovascular Diseases and Dentistry

Genetics Dentistry

Advances in Orthodontics

Imaging Science

Conservative and Operative Dentistry

Track 20: Sports Dentistry

Sports dentistry is the branch of sports medicine dealing with prevention and treatment of dental injuries and oral diseases associated with sports and exercise. Sports dentistry is one of the most recent and upcoming field in dentistry. It mainly includes the prevention and management of athletics-related orofacial injuries and associated oral diseases. The sports or team dentist assists athletes in the prevention, treatment, and diagnosis of oral injuries

Track 21: Implant Dentistry

A dental implant (also known as an endosseous implant or fixture) is a surgical component that interfaces with the bone of the jaw or skull to support a dental prosthesis such as a crown, bridge, denture, facial prosthesis or to act as an orthodontic anchor. 

Track 22: Digital Dentistry

Digital dentistry refers to the use of dental technologies or devices to carry out dental procedures rather than using mechanical or electrical tools. The use of digital dentistry can make carrying out dental procedures more efficient than using mechanical tools.

Track 23: Dental Marketing Management

Dental market is a swiftly growing section with numerous products at different stages of clinical pipeline and others at different stages of industry life cycle. Disease incidences are escalating rapidly across the globe due to which high unmet demand has been formed and companies along with researchers are trying to provide effective medical care to patients. Dentistry congress, Dentistry workshops and Dentists Meeting delivers the good platform for the dental practice business aspects.

Dental Practice Management Companies

Special needs patients in dentistry

Management of special child in dentistry

Management of handicapped child in dentistry

Dentistry for special needs children

Special needs dentistry association

Dental practice management

Track 24: Dental Sleep Medicine

Dental sleep is a sleep related breathing disorders, such as snoring and OSA, and the impact of sleep disorders on society. A comprehensive evaluation is described that includes upper airway examination and imaging with a focus on areas of pathophysiology in OSA. The essential of dental sleep medicine course is a logical way to incorporate OAT into your practice. The course includes a review of sleep related breathing disorders, such as snoring and OSA, and the impact of sleep disorders on society. A final portion of the treatment is case-based and provides clinical examples of the evaluation and treatment of sleep disorders in a dental practice.

Dental sleep medicine

Dental sleep therapy

Track 25: Veterinary Dentistry

Veterinary dentistry is the field of dentistry applied to the care of animals. It is the art and science of prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions, diseases, and disorders of the oral cavity, the maxillo-facial region, and its associated structures as it relates to animals. It is important to examine the whole animal, even when the primary complaint is the mouth. Some dental diseases may be the result of a systemic problem and some may result in systemic complications. In all cases, dental procedures require a general anaesthetic so it is important to establish the cardiovascular and respiratory status and canine and feline physiological values of the patient to avoid risks or complications.

Endodontics

oral and maxillofacial surgery & radiology

oral medicine

pedodontics

periodontics

prosthodontics

orthodontics
 

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6th International Conference and Expo on Computer Graphics & Animation

6th International Conference and Expo on Computer Graphics & Animation

About

Computer Graphics & Animation 2019 is pleased to invites scientists, researchers, educators, professionals, practitioners, animators, graphic designers, software developers, artists, head of departments, professors, heads of innovation, brand managers, start-ups and innovators, tech providers, venture capitalists and students with their innovative ideas and creativity. The conference is organized with the theme "Global innovation and research techniques in Computer Graphics, Animation, Gamedesign & VR" which comprised of 16 Sessions/Tracks designed to offer widespread knowledge that address current issues and innovations in the field of Graphics & Animation world. This will be high-level tech conference which includes thinking brands, market leaders, CG evangelists and hot start-ups to explore and debate the advancements in Computer Graphics & Animation and the impacts within the Academic, Enterprise & Consumer sectors.

This conference consist of Oral presentations, Poster Presentations, Workshops/Symposiums, Young Researcher Forums, Exhibition to discuss the current trends, challenges, regulatory matters and future opportunities of Computer Graphics, Animation & interactive techniques.



► Selected paper/manuscript will be published on "Springer - Encyclopedia of Computer Graphics & Games (ECGG)"
► Opportunity to get sponsorship's for their research career by The Institute for Education, Research, and Scholarships (IFERS)

Dr. Newton Lee (Editor-in Chief)
Dr. Xiaoamo Wu (Industry Co-Chair)
Prof. Abdennour El Rhalibi (Academic Co-Chair)
Prof. Shlomo Dubnov (Academic Co-Chair)
Dr. Shuichi Kurabayashi (Industry Co-Chair)

This will be an excellent opportunity to explore the dynamic innovations in the Computer Graphics & Animation world. The research and innovative knowledge in Graphics & Animation have made a paradigm shift towards innovative, stylish, virtual approach and there is an extensive research funding for these projects. This event will also have a meeting to attract investors from various sectors of media, film industry, future technologies who are eagerly seeking for novel inventions in Graphics world.
Highlight topics and not limited to:

Computer Graphics
Computer Animation
Animation Industry
Modeling
Simulation
GPU Technology
Game Design & Development
Gamification and Social Game Mechanics
Artificial Intelligence in Computer Graphics
Computer Graphics Applications
Computer Vision & Pattern Recognition
Virtual, Augmented and Mixed Reality
Imaging and Image Processing
Rendering
Visualization & 3D Printing
Human-Computer Interaction
3D Web Technology

Sessions/ Tracks

Computer Graphics and Animation is a wide field inside itself and a theme to investigate and appreciate the work and developments what we do with different devices and exploratory strategies. It's more than offering life to an Animation, 2D, 3D and Virtual Reality. This meeting will be one of the World's best places to hang out with advancements for innovation nerds and renowned specialists both from the field of the scholarly community and industry.

Sessions secured are extended beneath however the sub-points rundown is not comprehensive. Papers may address at least one of the recorded sub-points, despite the fact that creators ought not to feel restricted by them. Unlisted yet related sub-points are additionally adequate, if they fit in one of the accompanying fundamental theme zones:

Theme: “Global innovation and research techniques in Computer Graphics, Animation, Gamedesign & VR”


Sessions of Computer Graphics & Animation 2019 Canada

Track 1: Computer Graphics

Computer graphics is branch of Computer Science and Technology…

It’s a graphical pattern of an image or objects which created by using specific software and hardware. Computer graphics is field where physical body, data and imagination will develop or created. Computer graphics helps to understanding of physical nature, geometry, displaying image, motion, animation of object and provide user design interface platform. Computer graphics used in motion picture or movies, video games, animation, advertising and graphic design. This track will provide to the programming software you’ll be using, basic tools of the trade, from algorithms to color perception and texture mapping, graphics hardware, social agents in computer graphics, GPU design and other interactive computer graphics techniques.

Track 2: Computer Animation

The art or process of making movies with drawings, computer graphics or photographs of static objects, including all techniques other than the continuous filming of live-action images. It is the creation of the “illusion of movement” using a series of still images. This track covers the following subtopics: Traditional animation, Stop motion animation, Character animation, Special effects animation, Physics-based Animation and Behavioural Animation.

Track 3: Animation Industry

Though most people think of animation as being used primarily for entertainment in movies, TV shows, and video games, it has many other uses. It's commonly used in educational videos and advertisements both on TV and on the Internet, and it can also be used in the process of research and development to create simulations of how a machine or process would work. Scientists use digital animation as well to create visualizations of abstract concepts or objects that are too small or large to be seen easily, which is helpful both for research and for analysis.

The rapid advancement of technology has made computer animation available to the masses and the animation industry is one of the fastest growing industries. The demand for animated entertainment has expanded with the increase in broadcasting hours by cable and satellite TV along with the growing popularity of the Internet. The major markets include the United States, Canada, Japan, France, Britain and Germany. More broadly speaking, animation is increasingly used in video games, and movies are also increasingly reliant on animation and computer graphic special effects.

Track 4: Modeling

Modeling is the representation of an object or phenomena, which is used by simulation. Models may be mathematical, physical, or logical representations of a system, entity, phenomenon, or process. Models are, in turn, used by simulation to predict a future state. It is a discipline for developing a level of understanding of the interaction of the parts of a system, and of the system as a whole.

Track 5: Simulation

Simulations are abstractions of reality. It is defined as the process of creating a model of an existing or proposed system (e.g., a project, a business, a mine, a watershed, a forest, the organs in your body) in order to identify and understand those factors which control the system to predict the future behaviour of the system. Simulation is a powerful and important tool because it provides a way in which alternative designs, plans and policies can be evaluated without having to experiment on a real system, which may be prohibitively costly, time-consuming, or simply impractical to do.

The future of innovation is simulation. Whereas before, we would sit amongst ourselves, decide how the world might work and test our ideas in the market, now we can test them in a virtual environment built by real world data at much lower levels of cost and risk. Modeling and simulation is a leading way that companies are reducing their development time while maintaining or increasing the quality of their products. This approach helps engineers explore design alternatives quickly without the need for as much prototype hardware.

Track 6: GPU Technology

Graphics Processing Unit (GPU) is a particular electronic circuit outlined and create to increase the effectively & effective production of images in a frame by frame intended for better output to a display device. GPUs are used in mobile phones, embedded systems, workstations, personal computers and game consoles or platforms. GPU technology accelerates the computing and is the usage of a GPU together with a Control Processing Unit (CPU) to quicken profound investigation, learning, and building applications. GPU Technology accelerators now power energy-efficient & effective data centers in universities, government labs, industries, and small-and-medium businesses across the globe. They play an eminent role in accelerating applications in platforms ranging from artificial intelligence to cars, drones, robots and its applications.

Track 7: Game Design and Development

Gaming is evolving from the traditional in-home console based platforms to digital titles being played on mobile devices and connected consoles. Mobile gaming in its various flavours is the fastest growth segment of digital gaming Game design is the art of applying design and aesthetics to create a game to facilitate interaction between players for playful, healthful, educational, or simulation purposes. Game design can be applied both to games and, increasingly, to other interactions, particularly virtual ones. Video games are a $30 billion industry in the U.S., especially as more people play games on their mobile phones, according to Reuters. Game designers are an important part of a comprehensive team of designers and developers that coordinate the complex task of creating a new video game.

Game development is the software development process by which a video game is produced. The game industry requires innovations, as publishers cannot profit from constant release of repetitive sequels and imitations. 

Mobile, the fastest growing digital gaming segment, is projected to account for 34% of the global gaming market in 2017 compared to 20% in 2012, growing from $12.3 billion to $29.6 billion or at a 19% CAGR, according to IDG. The Quarterly Global Games Market Update, from Newzoo, pins the total estimated value of mobile games at $25 billion for the year, a huge leap of 42 per cent from the total value in 2013. For now, Apple remains the top dog in terms of mobile gaming income, edging out a predicted revenue total of $3 billion dollars for Google Play in 2014. Brands have entered the scene to capitalize on this diverse demographic, and present a set of terrifying new market players to smaller developers looking to build and cultivate their own intellectual property.

Track 8: Gamification and Social Game Mechanics

Gamification: The utilization of diversion mechanics and prizes to energize conduct change in a non-amusement setting. While this definition gives a satisfactory review of gamification, it doesn't give much understanding into how it truly functions. One valuable method for comprehension gamification is to separate it into: Game Mechanics, Reputation Mechanics and Social Mechanics.

Social Game Mechanics are a notoriety enhancer. In isolation, notoriety is just a curiosity; you feel great when the framework names you as a shrewd individual yet you're most likely not going to care all that profoundly. When the framework recognizes user as a brilliant individual and shares their data with a thousand other individuals, all of a sudden the notoriety is a great deal more noteworthy. Social mechanics are any elements that empower or empower perceivability amongst players and include: Activity streams, Leader sheets, Teams, Status identifications, Followers and warnings, sharing and prescribing, Social mechanics give the way to share notoriety and empower client to-client connection. The more obvious notoriety is the all the more rousing it gets to be.

Track 09: Artificial Intelligence in Computer Graphics

Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning and their application for automatic solving of problems in computer vision and computer graphics. Artificial intelligence techniques in 3D scene modeling and rendering. Present research work of the Intelligent Computer Graphics community, a community evolving towards future. If at the beginning of Computer Graphics the use of Artificial Intelligence techniques and research which quite unknown, more and more researchers across the globe are nowadays interested in intelligent techniques allowing substantial improvements of traditional Computer Graphics methods, research, and technology. Its alternative main contribution of intelligent techniques in Computer Graphics is to allow invention of completely new methods.

Artificial Intelligence in Computer Graphics

Track 10: Computer Graphics Applications

Computer graphics may be used in the following areas:

Computer Aided Designing is mainly used for detailed engineering of 3D models and/or 2D drawings of physical components, but it is also used throughout the engineering process from conceptual design and layout of products, through strength and dynamic analysis of assemblies to definition of manufacturing methods of components. Education and Training: Computer generated models of physical, financial, and economic systems are often used as educational aids. It helps the trainees to understand the operation of the system like Simulators for practice sessions or training of ship captains, aircraft pilots, heavy equipment operators, and air traffic-control personnel. Entertainment: Motion pictures, music videos, and television shows. Sometimes the graphics scenes are displayed by themselves, and sometimes graphic objects are combined with the actors and live scenes Computational biology sometimes referred to as bioinformatics, is the science of using biological data to develop algorithms and relations among various biological systems. Computational physics is the study and implementation of numerical analysis to solve problems in physics for which a quantitative theory already exists. Digital art is an artistic work or practice that uses digital technology as an essential part of the creative or presentation process. Graphic design is the process of visual communication, and problem-solving through the use of type, space, image and color. Infographics are graphic visual representations of information, data or knowledge intended to present information quickly and clearly. They can improve cognition by utilizing graphics to enhance the human visual system's ability to see patterns and trends. Web design encompasses many different skills and disciplines in the production and maintenance of websites.

Track 11: Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition

Computer vision (image understanding) is a discipline that studies how to reconstruct, interpret and understand a 3D scene from its 2D images in terms of the properties of the structures present in the scene. The ultimate goal of computer vision is to model, replicate, and more importantly exceed human vision using computer software and hardware at different levels. It needs knowledge in computer science, electrical engineering, mathematics, physiology, biology, and cognitive science. Computer vision is the construction of explicit, meaningful descriptions of physical objects from their images. The output of computer vision is a description or an interpretation or some quantitative measurements of the structures in the 3D scene. Image processing and image recognition are among many techniques computer vision employs to achieve its goals.

After being a research technology for the past few decades, computer vision has become commercialized in the past few years and is being deployed in a wide range of application markets including security and surveillance, automotive, consumer, industrial, medical, and entertainment, to name a few. According to a new report from Tractica, the market for computer vision technologies will grow from $5.7 billion in 2014 to $33.3 billion by 2019, representing a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 42%. The market intelligence firm forecasts that the consumer segment will experience the highest growth rate, followed by the robotics and machine vision segment. “New technologies like deep learning are also evolving that promise to increase accuracy and reliability of computer vision systems dramatically, but these technologies need more research before they can become mainstream.”

Pattern Recognition systems to certifiable issues, interdisciplinary research, exploratory or potentially hypothetical reviews yielding new bits of knowledge that propel Pattern Recognition strategies are particularly supported. Pattern Recognition, there might be a higher enthusiasm to formalize, clarify and envision the example, while machine adapting customarily concentrates on augmenting the acknowledgment rates. However, these areas have advanced significantly from their underlying foundations in computerized reasoning, designing and insights, and they've turned out to be progressively comparative by incorporating improvements and thoughts from each other.

Track 12: Virtual, Augmented and Virtual Reality

Virtual reality is a form of technology which creates computer generated worlds or immersive environments which people can explore and in many cases, interact with. It refers to a high-end user interface that involves real-time simulation and interactions through multiple sensorial channels. Virtual Reality is often used to describe a wide variety of applications, commonly associated with its immersive, highly visual, 3D environments. The development of CAD software, graphics hardware acceleration, head mounted displays; database gloves and miniaturization have helped popularize the concept. Born of technology, virtual reality at its core is an organic experience. Yes, it’s man meets machine, but what happens is strictly within the mind.

Augmented reality is a similar form of technology in which the lines are blurred between the real world and computer generated imagery, e.g. video. Sound, video or images are overlaid onto a real world environment in order to enhance the user experience. On the spectrum between virtual reality, which creates immersive, computer-generated environments, and the real world, augmented reality is closer to the real world. Augmented reality adds graphics, sounds, haptic feedback and smell to the natural world as it exists. Both video games and cell phones are driving the development of augmented reality. Augmented reality is changing the way we view the world - or at least the way its users see the world.

Global dedicated devices augmented reality market is expected to reach $659.98 million by 2018, whereas the immersive virtual reality market is expected to reach $407.51 million by 2018. The major driving forces of augmented reality technology and virtual reality are the advancement and in computer technology and internet connectivity. The major companies included which offer AR & VR technology in various applications are Total immersion (France), Qualcomm Inc. (USA), Metaio GmBH (Germany), Vuzix Corporation (USA), Layar B.V (The Netherlands), Wikitude GmBH (Austria) and so on.

Track 13: Imaging and Image Processing

Image processing is a method to convert an image into digital form and perform some operations on it, in order to get an enhanced image or to extract some useful information from it. It is a type of signal dispensation in which input is image, like video frame or photograph and output may be image or characteristics associated with that image.

Visual information is the most important type of information perceived, processed and interpreted by the human brain. One third of the cortical area of the human brain is dedicated to visual information processing. Digital image processing, as a computer-based technology, carries out automatic processing, manipulation and interpretation of such visual information, and it plays an increasingly important role in many aspects of our daily life, as well as in a wide variety of disciplines and fields in science and technology, with applications such as television, photography, robotics, remote sensing, medical diagnosis and industrial inspection.

Image processing applications already range from industrial uses and security systems to transportation and medical technology. Even so, industry experts agree that only about 20% of all possible applications have been addressed so far. According to estimates provided by a number of manufacturers, the worldwide market volume for machine vision systems presently amounts to about 6.5 billion euros, with annual growth rates extending into the double-digit range.

Track 14: Rendering

Rendering refers to the process of building output files from computer animations. When an animation renders, the animation program takes the various components, variables, and actions in an animated scene and builds the final viewable result. A render can be an individual image or a series of images saved individually or sequenced into video format. Rendering research and development has been largely motivated by finding ways to simulate these efficiently. Some relate directly to particular algorithms and techniques, while others are produced together: shading, texture mapping, shadows, reflections, transparency, photorealistic rendering, non-photorealistic rendering, etc.

The market is moving toward the mature phase in many developed countries. Therefore, 3D rendering service providers have begun to focus on alternative revenue generation. For instance, they are providing value-added services and packaged services. Currently, many 3D rendering service providers are offering 3D rendering as a part of their 3D modeling services. The analysts concluded that the Global 3D Rendering and Virtualization Software market grew at a CAGR of 21.4 % over the period 2011–2015.

Track 15: Visualization & 3D Printing

Visualization is any technique for creating images, diagrams, or animations to communicate a message. Visualization today has ever-expanding applications in science, education, engineering (e.g., product visualization), interactive multimedia, medicine. Scientific visualization is the use of interactive, sensory representations, typically visual, of abstract data to reinforce cognition, hypothesis building, and reasoning. Data visualization is a related subcategory of visualization dealing with statistical graphics and geographic or spatial data (as in thematic cartography) that is abstracted in schematic form. Educational visualization is using a simulation not usually normally created on a computer to create an image of something so it can be taught about. Information visualization concentrates on the use of computer-supported tools to explore large amount of abstract data. The use of visual representations to transfer knowledge between at least two person aims to improve the transfer of knowledge by using computer and non-computer-based visualization methods complementarily is called knowledge Visualization. Product visualization involves visualization software technology for the viewing and manipulation of 3D models, technical drawing and other related documentation of manufactured components and large assemblies of products. Visual communication is the communication of ideas through the visual display of information.

3D printing (also known as additive manufacturing) is any of various processes used to synthesize a three-dimensional object. In 3D printing, additive processes are used, in which successive layers of material are laid down under computer control These objects can be of almost any shape or geometry, and are produced from a 3D model or other electronic data source. The technology is used in the fields of jewellery, footwear, industrial design, architecture, engineering and construction (AEC), automotive, aerospace, dental and medical industries, education, geographic information systems, civil engineering, and many others.

Track 16: Human-Computer Interaction

Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) is a discipline concerned with the design, evaluation and implementation of interactive computing systems for human use and with the study of major phenomena surrounding them. HCI has expanded rapidly and steadily for three decades, attracting professionals from many other disciplines and incorporating diverse concepts and approaches. To a considerable extent, HCI now aggregates a collection of semi-autonomous fields of research and practice in human-centred informatics. A user interface, such as a GUI, is how a human interacts with a computer, and HCI goes beyond designing screens and menus that are easier to use and studies the reasoning behind building specific functionality into computers and the long-term effects that systems will have on humans.

Brain-computer interface (BCI) also known as direct neural interface (DNI), or brain–machine interface (BMI), is an immediate correspondence pathway between an upgraded or wired cerebrum and an outside gadget. BCIs are frequently coordinated at looking into, mapping, helping, expanding, or repairing human intellectual or tactile engine capacities.

Animal-Computer Interaction (ACI) as of late an expanding collection of work, with an attention on: a) considering the communication amongst creatures and innovation in naturalistic settings, around particular creature exercises or interspecies relations; b) creating client focused innovation that can enhance creatures' welfare and bolster creatures in their exercises; c) educating client focused ways to deal with the outline of innovation planned for creatures, got from both association plan and creature science.

Track 17: 3D Web Technology

Web3D was at first the thought to completely show and explore Web destinations utilizing 3D. By expansion, the term now alludes to all intuitive 3D content which are inserted into pages html, and that we can see through a web program. Present day Web3D pages are usually controlled by WebGL. 3D web substance can be costly regarding computational power. Previously, 3D content in a program would be rendered by the CPU and couldn't profit by your PC's devoted design handling unit (GPU). Besides, if the substance was stacked into a site instead of created on the client's CPU, surfaces, networks, movement information, and sound would back off load times, making the experience not exactly ideal.

Advances are Flash Stage3d, Unity3d and Unreal Engine and so forth. 3D illustrations on the web have made some amazing progress. There are many contending advances out there, all battling to be the lord of the 3D web. It can turn out to be exceptionally hard to pick one from the changing instruments and document designs for your venture. Despite everything it stays to be seen which one, assuming any, get to be institutionalized.

AGENDA 2018

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Day 1 September 26, 2018
Conference Hall: Merchant Villa 1
08:30-09:30 Registrations
09:30-09:50 Opening Ceremony

Keynote Forum
09:50-10:00 Introduction
10:00-10:45 Title: Art of fluid animation
Jos Stam, University of Toronto, Canada
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 10:45-11:00
11:00-11:45 Title: Using AI to create frictionless motion capture
Paul Kruszewski, Wrnch Inc., Canada
Group Photo 11:45-12:00
Sessions: Computer Graphics | Computer Animation | Animation Industry | Modeling | Simulation |
Game Design & Development | Gamification and Social Game Mechanics
Session Chair: David Xu, Regent University, USA
Session Introduction
12:00-12:35 Title: How to use maya dynamic hair system to model realistic hairstyles
David Xu, Regent University, USA
12:35-13:10 Title: Flickblocks and Airpunch
David Fugere-Lamarre, iLLOGIKA, Canada
Panel Discussion
Lunch Break 13:10-14:00 @ Foyer
14:00-14:35 Title: Characterization of pore space using a non-hierarchical decomposition model
Irving Cruz-Matías, University of Monterrey, Mexico
14:35-15:10 Title: Stylistic mixture of Monet and Chinese ink painting by deep learning
Xupu Geng, Xiamen University, China
15:10-15:45 Title: Perception: Being art in virtual reality
Tian Li, Xiamen University, China
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 15:45-16:00
16:00-16:35 Title: Improvement on top of Pixar USD
Gregory Ducatel, Mill Film, Canada
16:35-17:10 Title: Exploring animation technology
Derek Ng-Cummings, Kabam, Canada
Panel Discussion

Day 2 September 27, 2018
Conference Hall: Merchant Villa 1

Plenary Session
10:00:10:45 Title: Machine learning in KINECT Image Processing for biometric and medical
applications
Marina L Gavrilova, University of Calgary, Canada
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 10:45-11:00
11:00:11:45 Title: Entertainment and the future of virtual reality
Awane Jones, Phenomena, Canada
Sessions: Computer Vision & Pattern Recognition | Imaging and Image Processing | Visualization & 3D
Printing | Human-Computer Interaction | 3D Web Technology
Session Chair: Marina L Gavrilova, University of Calgary, Canada
Session Introduction
11:45-12:20 Title: Realtime processing of huge 3D data in web browsers
Evgeny Rodygin and Roman Sementsov, Artec3D, Russian Federation
Video Sessions
12:20-13:00
Title: Opportunities and challenges of 360-degree imaging technologies and immersive
education
David Wortley, 360in360 Immersive Experiences, UK
Panel Discussion
Lunch Break 13:00-13:50 @ Foyer
13:50-14:20 Title: Parametric architecture with software and impact on architectural design process
Fatemeh Alijani, Zista D.S. Consulting Engineers, Iran
14:20-14:50
Title: Kathakali and motion capture: An experimental dialogue between Indian classical
dance and technology
Biju Dhanapalan, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
14:50-15:20 Title: On geometry and equilibrium of forces in 3D
Masuod Akbarzadeh, University of Pennsylvania, USA
15:20-15:50
Title: Ethical AI in computer graphics and computer vision: How do we balance progress
with negative outcomes?
Abhishek Gupta, Montreal AI Ethics Institute, Canada
Panel Dviscussion
Networking and Refreshments Break 15:50-16:25
Awards & Certificates Felicitation 16:25-17:15
Networking 1-1 Meeting 17:15-18:00
NM 01 Awane Jones, Phenomena, Canada
NM 02 Carolyn Lall, Lockheed Martin, Canada
NM 03 David Fugere-Lamarre, iLLOGIKA, Canada
NM 04 David Xu, Regent University, USA
NM 05 Evgeny Rodygin, Artec3D, Russian Federation
NM 06 Gareth Eaves, Electronics Arts, Canada
NM 07 Gregory Ducatel, Mill Film, Canada
NM 08 Inwhan Cho, Spotify, USA
NM 09 Irving Cruz-Matías, University of Monterrey, Mexico
NM 10 Jos Stam, University of Toronto, Canada
NM 11 Marina L Gavrilova, University of Calgary, Canada
NM 12 Patrick Callahan, Lockheed Martin, Canada
NM 13 Paul Kruszewski, Wrnch Inc., Canada
NM 14 Roman Sementsov, Artec3D, Russian Federation
NM 15 Tian Li, Xiamen University, China
NM 16 Victor Yudi, MPC, Montreal
NM 17 Xupu Geng, Xiamen University, China
Closing Cermony
Together To Build A Network

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3rd International Conference on Microbes and Beneficial Microbes (CSE)

3rd International Conference on Microbes and Beneficial Microbes

About Us

Conference Series LLC Ltd invites all the participants from all over the world to attend 3rd International Conference on Microbes and Beneficial Microbes during September 27- 28, 2019 at Toronto, Canada which includes keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, Video Presentations and E-poster Presentations.

3rd International Conference on Microbes and Beneficial Microbes aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Microbes, Beneficial Microbes,. It also provides a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns as well as practical challenges encountered and solutions adopted in the fields of Biology, Beneficial Microbes, Microbiology, Mycology, Zoology, Probiotics Biotechnology, Pharmacy, Agriculture.

Why to attend:

Platform to access incredible speakers, experts and influencers face to face .

Opportunity to grab tips and tactics from leading industrialists and eminent speakers in the fields of Probiotics, Prebiotics, Microbiome and Agriculture .

Opportunity to share and explore your research ideas to be more productive .

Chance to collaborate with global business delegates and researchers.

This conference acts as a dais for introducing new ideas and approaches.
 

Session/ Tracks :

Probiotics & Prebiotics

Probiotics are contained with a range of food and nutrition products such as dietary supplements, medicinal foods, biopharmaceuticals and medical devices delivering probiotics. Prebiotics foods are taken as dietary ingredients to maintain the Biological Symbiosis with the microbial flora. Dietary supplements created through the synergism of Pro and Pre-biotic are the Synbiotics. The nutrition supplemented with the beneficial microbial flora and the associated microbiome in human gut, restoring the human digestive system as a whole is said to be the “Probiotics”.

Synbiotics
Pediatric Nutrition
Probioceuticals​
Probiotics for Women Health
Probiotics and Recombinant Probiotics
Non-LAB Probiotics – Bifidobacteria, Yeasts, Bacilli
Future of Probiotics and Prebiotics – Visions and Opportunities

Agriculture Microbiology

Agricultural microbiology which is the most important field of Microbiology for the economic and medical importance it holds. This field explores various aspects like the genetics, physiology, molecular biology, virulence & pathogenicity and other aspects of the plant microbes. It deals with the infectious agents of the microbes, improvements and resistance of the agricultural crops, economic importance and the beneficial aspects of the normal agricultural flora. A complete study and understanding is crucial in application of the microbes for augmentation of soil nutrients, which is increasing the resistance of plants against the plant pathogen, for understanding the interaction a microbe has with the plant, and crop robustness.

Food microbiology
Bio-fertilizer Production
Fermentation technology
Soil and Applied Microbiology
Use of microorganisms to the soil fertility.
Microorganisms to control illnesses and pests.

Plant Beneficial Microbes

Soil microorganisms are the most abundant of all the biota in soil and responsible for driving nutrient and organic matter cycling, soil fertility, soil restoration, plant health and ecosystem primary production. Beneficial microorganisms include those that create symbiotic associations with plant roots (rhizobia, mycorrhizal fungi, actinomycetes, diazotrophic bacteria), promote nutrient mineralization and availability, produce plant growth hormones, and are antagonists of plant pests, parasites or diseases (biocontrol agents). Many of these organisms are already naturally present in the soil, although in some situations it may be beneficial to increase their populations by either inoculation or by applying various agricultural management techniques that enhance their abundance and activity.

Rhizobia
Biocontrol fungi
Growth Promoting Bacteria
Nitrogen (N2) Fixing Bacteria

Bowels to Behavior : The Gut-Brain Axis

The ability of gut microbiota to communicate with the brain and thus modulate behavior is emerging as an exciting concept in health and disease. The enteric microbiota interacts with the host to form essential relationships that govern homeostasis. Despite the unique enteric bacterial fingerprint of each individual, there appears to be a certain balance that confers health benefits. It is, therefore, reasonable to note that a decrease in the desirable gastrointestinal bacteria will lead to deterioration in gastrointestinal, neuroendocrine or immune relationships and ultimately disease.

Citrobacter Rodentium
Modulation of the Intestinal Micro-flora
Infection, central activation and behavior
Inflammatory Bowel Disease and Crohn’s Disease
Probiotics and behavior/central neurotransmitters
Behavioral and neurochemical consequences of growing up germ-free

Immunobiotics

The term “Immunobiotics” has been proposed to define microbial strains able to beneficially regulate the mucosal immune system. Over the past few years, we have witnessed the emergence of robust development in the application of immunobiotics to combat infections, and researchers have found that the use of beneficial microbes is an interesting alternative to prevent and reduce the severity of infections in humans and animals. The effect of immunobiotics on the gut innate and adaptive immune responses to enteric pathogens has been recognized conclusively the influence of immunobiotics on the immune responses in distal mucosal sites and its impact in the outcome of respiratory infections has recently been exposed.

Pathogens
Beneficial microbes 
Immunobiotic strains
Influenza virus infection

Oral Microbiology

Oral microbiology is the study of the microorganisms (microbiota) of the oral cavity and their interactions between oral microorganisms or with the host. Microbes within dental plaque as the cause of dental and periodontal diseases. The collective function of microbial communities is a major driver of homeostasis or dysbiosis and ultimately health or disease. Despite different aetiologies, periodontitis and caries are each driven by a feed forward loop between the microbiota and host factors (inflammation and dietary sugars, respectively) that favours the emergence and persistence of dysbiosis. 

Periodontitis
Microbiota
Homeostasis
Dysbiosis

Microbiome

A microbiome is the community of microorganisms such as bacteria, archaea, fungi, as well as viruses that inhabit an ecosystem or organism. Microorganisms dominate all other life everywhere scientists have looked, including the human body, the Earth’s soils and sediments, the oceans and fresh waterways, the atmosphere and even extreme environments such as hydrothermal vents and subglacial lakes. Scientists also use the term microbiome to refer to all these genes associated with those life forms.

The Earth Microbiome
The Ocean Microbiome
The Animal Microbiome
Modulation of Microbiota
The Human Microbiome
The Atmospheric Microbiome

Marine Microbiology

Marine microbiology is the study of microorganisms and non-organismic microbes that exist in saltwater environments, including the open ocean, coastal waters, estuaries, on marine surfaces and in sediments. Aquatic microbiology is the science that deals with microscopic living organisms in fresh or salt water systems. Aquaculture & Marine Biotechnology helps to control the marine organisms and water borne organisms. It is a process which has to do with marine or underwater environment. Blue Biotechnology is used to protect the marine organisms from harmful diseases underwater. The control of seasonal production and reproduction in farm animals has become major research goals. The applications of biotechnology to fish farming and ornamental fish production are numerous and valuable in both economic (food production, aquarium trade) and environmental terms (conservation of natural biodiversity for endangered species and protection of natural biodiversity from escapee domesticated strains). With the growing demand for fish products, biotechnology can help in the development of high quality, economical produce, thereby reducing pressure on natural population.

Applications of Marine Biotechnology
Marine Microbiology and Biodiversity
Biotechnology applications to Aquaculture
Marine-based Drug Discovery and Development
Environmental Risk of Aquatic Organisms from Genetic Biotechnology

Ecology and Evolution of Microbe-Host Interactions

Microbes are typically surrounded by different strains and species with whom they compete for scarce nutrients and limited space. Given such challenging living conditions, microbes have evolved many phenotypes with which they can outcompete and displace their neighbours: secretions to harvest resources, loss of costly genes whose products can be obtained from others, stabbing and poisoning neighbouring cells, or colonising spaces while preventing others from doing so. These competitive phenotypes appear to be common, although evidence suggests that, over time, competition dies down locally, often leading to stable coexistence of genetically distinct lineages. Nevertheless, the selective forces acting on competition and the resulting evolutionary fates of the different players depend on ecological conditions in a way that is not yet well understood. Here, we highlight open questions and theoretical predictions of the long-term dynamics of competition that remain to be tested. Establishing a clearer understanding of microbial competition will allow us to better predict the behaviour of microbes, and to control and manipulate microbial communities for industrial, environmental, and medical purposes.

Social Evolution.
Bacteria Communities
Bacterial pathogenomics
Host–microbe interactions
Interference and Exploitative competition
Manipulation of host-cell pathways by bacterial pathogens
An ecological and evolutionary perspective on human–microbe mutualism and disease

Engineering Beneficial Microbes

Demands for food, animal feed, and feedstocks for bioenergy and biorefining applications, are increasing with population growth, urbanization and affluence. Low-input, sustainable, alternatives to petrochemical-derived fertilizers and pesticides are required to reduce input costs and maintain or increase yields, with potential biological solutions having an important role to play. Plant–microbe interactions span a wide range of relationships in which one or both of the organisms may have a beneficial, neutral or negative effect on the other partner. A relatively small number of beneficial plant–microbe interactions are well understood and already exploited; however, others remain understudied and represent an untapped reservoir for optimizing plant production. There may be near-term applications for bacterial strains as microbial biopesticides and biofertilizers to increase biomass yield from energy crops grown on land unsuitable for food production. Longer term aims involve the design of synthetic genetic circuits within and between the host and microbes to optimize plant production. A highly exciting prospect is that endosymbionts comprise a unique resource of reduced complexity microbial genomes with adaptive traits of great interest for a wide variety of applications.

Energy and microbes
Bacterial endophyte
Food and microbial engineering
Genetic engineering of microbes
Metabolic engineering and synthetic biology
Biomedical engineering and microbiological researches
 

AGENDA 2018

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Day 1 October 31, 2018
Conference Hall: Plaza II
08:00-09:00 Registrations
09:00-09:15 Opening Ceremony
Keynote Forum
Introduction
09:15-10:00 Title: Probiotic lactic acid bacteria inhibit inflammation and infection via autophagy pathways
Jun Sun, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
10:00-10:45 Title: The role of prebiotics, probiotics, and postbiotics in skin and neurodegenerative diseases
Greg Maguire, Bioregenerative Sciences, Inc. and Neogenesis, Inc., USA
Group Photo 10:45-10:55
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 10:55-11:10 @ Plaza Foyer
11:10-11:55
Title: Effect of functional foods (prebiotics) incorporated chikkis for HIV positive adults in
Madurai district, Tamil Nadu, India
Vasantha Esther Ran, Fatima College, India
11:55-12:40 Title: Probiotics in mitigating and eliminating the root causes of illnesses
Elias Hakalehto, Finnoflag Oy and University of Helsinki, Finland
Sponsors/Exhibitors Session
12:40-13:15 Title: Three-layered seamless capsules to encapsulate live probiotics
Raymond Christinson, Fuji Capsule Co., Ltd, Japan
Panel Discussion
Lunch Break 13:15-14:00 @ Plaza Foyer
14:00-14:35
Title: The spectacular role of the human microbiome and spore probiotics in preventing
metabolic endotoxemia, the number one cause of mortality worldwide
Kiran Krishnan, Microbiome Labs, LLC., USA
Sessions: Probiotics in Maintaining Health and Preventing Diseases | Probiotics Strains and Benefical
Microbes | Microbiome | Probiotics Products | Agriculture Microbiology
Session Chair: Jun Sun, University of Illinois at Chicago, USA
Session Co-chair: Arthur C. Ouwehand, Danisco, Finland
Session Intoduction
14:35-15:05 Title: Chemo-genetic approaches for improved antifungal intervention
Jong H Kim, Western Regional Research Center, USA
15:05-15:35 Title: Thermo-stable probiotics products & method thereof
Shrilakshmi Desiraju, Triphase Pharmaceuticals, India
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 15:35-16:00 @ Plaza Foyer
16:00-16:30 Title: Idly dosa batter - Indian fermented food – local innovation with global perspective
Arnab Guha, Impeccable Innovations Pvt. Ltd., India
Poster Presentations 16:30-17:00
Poster Judge: Cliff Shunsheng Han, Knoze Jr Corp, USA
BMWP 01 Title: Use of flow cytometry to assess the health of probiotic bacillus endospores
Dana Buckman, Bioform Solutions, USA
BMWP 02 Title: Targeting of host organs by gut bacteria peptidoglycan
Paulo Bastos, Institute Pasteur, France
BMWP 03
Title: Wide dissemination of CTX-M-type ESBLs-producing Escherichia coli in Korean swine
farms and spread of blaCTX-M-55 by horizontal gene transfer
Young Ah Kim, NHIC Ilsan Hospital, South Korea
Panel Discussion

Day 2 November 01, 2018
Conference Hall: Plaza II
Keynote Forum
09:00-09:45 Title: Probiosatys – naturally modulating the appetite via the microbiome
Gregory Lambert, TargEDys, France
09:45-10:30 Title: Probiotics in the management of bacterial vaginosis
Arthur C. Ouwehand, Danisco, Finland
Panel Discussion & Group Photo 10:30-10:40
Networking & Refreshment Break 10: 40-11:00 @ Plaza Foyer
11:00-11:45 Title: Prebiotics induced oral microbiota changes to accompany long-lasting allergy relief
Cliff Shunsheng Han, Knoze Jr Corp, USA
11:45-12:30 Title: Functionally targeted probiotics: Optimizing human wellness
Peter Leighton, ProSperity Bioscience, USA
Sessions: Future of Probiotics and Prebiotics | Genomics of Probiotics and Prebiotics | Probiotics Nutrition 
Probiotics in Maintaining Health | Microbiome and Probiotics
Session Chair: Cliff Shunsheng Han, Knoze Jr Corp, USA
Session Co-chair: Arthur C Ouwehand, Danisco, Finland
Session Intoduction
12:30-13:00 Title: The future of probiotics: Using trial registries as a crystal ball
Arthur C Ouwehand, Danisco, Finland
Panel Discussion
Lunch Break 13:00-14:00 @ Plaza Foyer
14:00-14:30
Title: Novel probiota reducing inflammation in the entire body and persisting in the human
intestines at least 60 days
Robert H Schiestl, University of California at Los Angeles, USA
14:30-15:00
Title: Stimulating the viability of Bifidobacterium spp. in synbiotic fermented milk by co-culturing
with Lactobacillus paracasei 441 and inulin
Amira Ayad, The North Carolina Research Campus, USA
15:00-15:30 Title: Fermented milk and microRNA: An epigenetic
Cristina Stewart Bittencourt Bogsan, University of Sao Paulo, Brazil
15:30-16:00 Title: Targeting of host organs by gut bacteria peptidoglycan
Paulo Bastos, Institute Pasteur, France
Panel Discussion
Networking & Refreshment Break 16:00-16:20 @ Plaza Foyer
16:20-16:50
Title: Preventive strategies of microbial spoilage of apricot pulp using spray drying technology
cultivated in Pakistan
Abdul Razzaq, The University of Lahore, Pakistan
Panel Discussion
Awards and Closing Ceremony
 

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22nd International Conference on Medicinal Chemistry and Multi Targeted Drug Delivery

22nd International Conference on Medicinal Chemistry and Multi Targeted Drug Delivery

About

Medchem and MTDD 2019

Conference Series LLC Ltd invites all the chemical professionals, researchers, professors, scientific communities, delegates, students, business professionals and executives from all over the world to attend the “22nd International Conference on Medicinal Chemistry and Multi Targeted Drug Delivery” which is to be held during September 27 28, 2019 at Toronto, Canada which includes prompt Keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations, Workshops and Exhibitions.

Medchem & MTDD 2019 is an event intended to provide an exclusive platform to discuss and learn about Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Delivery. This event brings together the top professionals in the Medicinal chemistry and Drug Delivery field along with the highly affiliated professors to explore the advancements and latest applications achieved in the field of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Drug Development, CADD and Drug Delivery, Novel Drug Discovery and Drug Delivery ,Bioorganic and Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmacology and toxicology, Anticancer agents, Analytical Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Industry, Organic Chemistry, Clinical Pharmacology, Evolution of Organic and Medicinal Chemistry in Pharma, Latest Developments in Alzheimer’s Drugs, Organic and Medicinal Chemistry Technologies for Drug Discovery, Receptors and Inhibitors, Applications of Organic and Medicinal Chemistry in Drug Discovery and Anti Parkinson's Drugs.

Conference Series LLC LTD aims to provide a forum for international researchers from various areas of chemistry, pharmacy, Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Delivery to share latest cutting-edge research findings and results about all aspects of Medicinal Chemistry. Each session of the meeting will be included with expert lectures, poster and discussions in the field of Medicinal Chemistry, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Drug Delivery and Drug Development, Pharmaceutical Chemistry and overall applications.

Target Audience for Medicinal Chemistry 2019:

Eminent Scientists/ Research Professors in the field of Medicinal chemistry and Drug Delivery, Junior/Senior research fellows, Students, Directors of Pharmaceutical research companies, Chemical Engineers, Members of different physics and Chemistry associations.

Sessions / Tracks

Scientific Track : Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Delivery

Target discovery and validation
Molecular modelling
Advances in medicinal chemistry
Drug receptor interactions
Toxicity, and therapeutic applications of antibiotics, antifungals, and antivirals

Scientific Track : Structure-based drug design, virtual screening

Drug-Receptor Interactions
Protein biochemistry
Organic synthesis of ligands and inhibitors
Drug Metabolism
Molecular biology and genetic engineering

Scientific Track : Computer Aided Drug Designing

Ligand and structure based drug design
Computational Chemistry
Enzyme as target
Receptor as target
QSAR/QSPR Quantitative structure activity/property relationships

Scientific Track : Anti-Cancer agents in Medicinal Chemistry

Classification of Anti-Cancer Drugs
Chemotherapy
Chemotherapeutic Agents
Anticancer and Anti-Diabetic Agents

Scientific Track : Bioorganic & Medicinal Chemistry

Bromodomain inhibitor
BET proteins
Apoptosis
Multi-target-directed ligands

Scientific Track : Latest Developments in Alzheimer’s Drugs

BACE Inhibitors
Passive Immunotherapy
Enhancing Cognition
Anti-Amyloid Treatment
Targets for future drugs

Scientific Track : Neuro Degenerative Disease

Dementias responsible for greatest burden of neurodegenerative diseases
Causes and treatments
Motor neurone diseases
Huntington’s disease.
Role of Platelet Inhibitors in Degenerative Vascular Diseases

Scientific Track : Fusion of Traditional And Biomedicine

Personalized Medicine
Naturopathy and Acupuncture as a secondary medical system
Drug resistance by misuse of medications
Modernising Traditions
Protection and piracy

Scientific Track : Cancer Studies: Drug Delivery Chemistry

Magnetoelectric nanoparticles
Nanoparticle drug delivery
Problems of multidrug resistance in cancer therapies
Taxoids as potent cytotoxic agents for tumour targeting drug delivery
Epigenetic gene silencing in cancer

Scientific Track : Vaccines And Autism

A pattern of depressed resistance in autism
Do vaccines for children cause autism?
Research supports vaccinating
Autism genetic risk factors
Autism environmental risk factors

Scientific Track : Emerging Infectious Diseases

Determinants of Infectious diseases
Emergence and Reemergence of infectious diseases
HIV/AIDS:Newly emerging infectious diseases
Research on emerging Infectious diseases
Preventing emerging infectious diseases:A strategy for the 21st century
Zika virus
Scientific Drug Discovery Breakthroughs For Deadly Diseases

Scientific Track : Antibiotics

How do antibiotics work?
What are the side effects?
Main types of antibiotics
Biological antibiotics derived from molds
Synthetic antibiotics derived from dyes
Chemical Control of Oncogenic Events by RNA Tumor Viruses

Scientific Track : Medicinal Chemistry Aspects of Drug Action and Drug Metabolism

New Trends in Minor Tranquilizers
Research Strategies
Methodologies and literature concerning the mechanisms of drug action and drug metabolism
Peptides with dual Antimicrobial and anticancer activities
Anticancer activitiy of maize Bioactive peptides
Contemporary materials safety
A brief description on how EDTA is measured in blood

Scientific Track : Molecular Biology - A New Route to Drug Discovery

DNA Structure
Gene Cloning - Propagation of Genetic Material in Alternative Host Systems
Expression of Cloned Genes
Uses of Cloned Human Proteins
Chemical Biology

Scientific Track : Pharmaceuticals Vs Nutraceuticals

Can only drug cure a disease?
Antioxidants
Nutraceutical Supplements as convenient and effective
Bridging the gap between food and medicine

Scientific Track : Personalised Medicines And Drugs

Personalized medicines: A decade of advancements
Cancer genomics
Pharmacogenomics
Good for patients but bad for drug companies
Ramifications of illicit drug markets in society

Scientific Track : Medchem-Antimicrobial And Infectious Agents

Chemotherapeutic agents
Microorganisms that produce antibiotics
Antimicrobial peptides: Promising compounds against pathogenic microorganisms
Discovery of penicillin
Discovery of sulphonamides

Scientific Track : Pharmacology

Pharmacokinetics
Toxicology
Posology

Scientific Track : Drug Chemistry

ADME (adsorption,distribution,metabolism and excretion) of drugs
Metabolism and toxicology
Antiviral and antimicrobial activity
Drug receptor interaction
Kojic acid as a tyrosine inhibitor

Scientific Track : Hyphenated Chromatographic Techniques

GC-MS
LC-ITIR
LC-NMR
Chemical fingerprinting and quality control

Scientific Track : New Trends In Pharmacology And Drug Development

Novel Drug Discovery And Drug Delivery
Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery Systems
Drug Biotransformation and Disposition
Novel Research: Hit to Lead
Biophysical Enzymology and Biopharmaceuticals
Integrated Pharmacology

Scientific Track : Advanced Medicinal Chemistry

Fluorine in Medicinal Chemistry: Recent Therapeutic Applications of Fluorinated Small Molecules
Diagnostic Medicinal Chemistry
Immunizing and Antimicrobial Agents

Scientific Track : Medical Devices for Drug Delivery

Survey of Therapeutics
Anaesthetic vaporizer
Tinctures‎
Transdermal patches‎
Nasal sprays‎
Micro dispensing

Scientific Track : Targeted Drug Delivery System-TDDS (Smart Drug Delivery)

Nanotechnology in drug discovery
Medicinal chemistry in modern drug discovery
Natural products drug discovery
Medicinal chemistry in modern drug discovery
Novel drug discovery & drug delivery

Scientific Track : Frontiers In Chemistry

Computational Chemistry
Chemical Biology
Analytical and Bioanalytical chemistry
Analytical Electrochemistry
Mass Spectrometry and Metabolomics
Transition Metal Catalysis in Organic Synthesis
Organic & Inorganic Chemistry
Chem-Biochem
Nuclear Chemistry
Stereochemistry of carbon compounds
Organometallic/Inorganic Synthesis
Inorganic Materials / Electrochemistry
Synthetic Organic Chemistry
Green techniques for organic synthesis
Radiochemistry
Carbon-Nanotubes in chemistry
Spectroscopy of transition metal complexes & chemical dynamics
Plant Genomics
 

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10th international conference on Fisheries & Aquaculture (CSE) AS

10th international conference on Fisheries & Aquaculture


About Conference
Conference Series LLC Ltd invites all the participants from all over the world to attend 10th International Conference on Fisheries and Aquaculture (Fisheries 2019) during September 27-28, 2019 in Toronto, Canada. This global conference includes prompt keynote presentations, Oral talks, Poster presentations and Exhibitions.

Conference Series LLC Ltd organizes 3000+ Global Events inclusive of 300+ Conferences, 500+ Upcoming and Previous Symposiums and Workshops in USA, Europe & Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies.

Fisheries Conference that brings together a unique and International mix of experts, like aquaculture engineers, researchers and decision makers both from academia and industry across the globe to exchange their knowledge, experience and research innovations to its world aquaculture conference, aquaculture is understood to mean the farming of aquatic organisms including fish, molluscs, crustaceans and aquatic plants. Farming implies some form of intervention in the rearing process to enhance production, such as regular stocking, feeding, protection from predators, the production gains from various regions of the world and the share that comes from aquaculture. Aquaculture plays an important role in ensuring a sufficient supply of nutritious food to feed the world’s growing population. However, this requires a corresponding increase in the feed supply.

Why to attend???

With members from around the world focused on learning about Fisheries and Aquaculture and its advances; this is your best opportunity to reach the largest assemblage of participants from the Aquaculture & Fisheries community. Conduct presentations, distribute information, meet with current and potential scientists, make a splash with new Aquaculture developments, and receive name recognition at this 3-day event. World-renowned speakers, the most recent techniques, developments, and the newest updates in Aquaculture & Fisheries are hallmarks of this conference.

Fisheries Conference is anticipating participants from Aquaculture and fisheries scientists, researchers, academicians, students, companies and societies.

Sessions & Tracks

Fish Genetics & Biotechnology | Fish Nutrition | Aquaculture Methods | Nano aquaculture | Fish Pathology & Physiology | Fisheries Conservation & Management | Fish Farming Techniques | Aquaculture Engineering | Freshwater Fisheries | Aquatic Ecology | Deep Water & Demersal Fisheries | Shellfish Fisheries | Fisheries Industries Update | Fishing techniques | Marketing and Pricing of Fish | Sea Food Sustainability | Sea Food Handling | Aquatic Immunology | Aquatic Physiology | Aquatic Toxicology | Aquaculture Related Diseases and Health Management.

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Canada Meetings on Computer Aided Drug Designing and Drug Delivery (CSE)

Canada Meetings on Computer Aided Drug Designing and Drug Delivery

About


Overview

Canada Meetings on Computer Aided Drug Designing and Drug Delivery 2019

CADD and Drug Delivery 2019 is once again pleased to support scientific research in the field of drug development and drug delivery.

The “Canada Meetings on Computer Aided Drug Designing and Drug Delivery” brings together leading drug development and drug delivery scientists from both industry and academia to share and discuss their latest work.

We feel proud to present the highly anticipated Canada Meetings on Computer Aided Drug Designing and Drug Delivery to be held on 27-28 September 2019, Toronto, Canada.

The conference programme consists of world-class keynote addresses, industry-led presentations, as well as extensive networking opportunities, creating an interactive platform for high-level scientific and business discussions. This event covering the latest advances in drug delivery science, while also providing a meeting place to network and form new partnerships.

The program agenda is stuffed with selected talks on topics related to drug development and drug delivery.

Key benefits of attending:

Learn about the latest drug delivery technology solutions for both small and large molecule drugs.
Network with key decision makers from pharmaceutical, biotechnology, and medical device companies and explore areas for potential collaboration.
Discover the current drug delivery needs of pharma and biotech companies and determine what they are looking for in terms of external delivery technologies.
Understand the potential impact digital health applications and digitally-enabled drug delivery systems can have on improving patient adherence and overall health outcomes.

Submit us your abstract here @ Abstract Submission.

Key Sessions/Tracks

Track 1: Computer Aided Drug Designing

Ligand and structure based drug design
Computational Chemistry
Molecular modelling
Enzyme as target
Receptor as target
QSAR/QSPR Quantitative structure activity/property relationships

Track 2 : Advances in Drug Delivery

Novel Drug Delivery Systems
Routes of Drug Administration
Delivery of new therapeutic modalities
Delivery of emerging biologics including mRNA, siRNA delivery, DNA delivery
Vaccine Based Drug Delivery Technology

Track 3 : Drug Delivery Devices

Needle-free delivery systems
Patient centered integrated device implementation
Devices development - continuous administration of drugs
Human Factors, Behavioural Design And Human Centred Design For Delivery Device Development

Track 4 : Advancements in Drug Designing

GPCR-Targeted Drug Design
Lead Optimization for Drug Metabolism and Safety

Track 5: Novel Drug Discovery and Drug Delivery

Role of computational biology
Pioneering digital health and smart drug delivery systems
Ligand binding studies
Phage display technology for clinical application of protein drugs

Track 6: Large Molecule Drug Formulation

Protein-Protein Interactions
Inflammation and Autoimmune Inhibitors
Kinase Inhibitor Chemistry
Vaccines, Antibodies, Biotherapeutics
Formulation development for biosimilars

Track 7: Bioanalysis and Stabilisation

Bioanalytical development for large molecules
Analytical development for novel therapeutics
Analytical strategies for novel proteins and antibodies
Stability testing and stability approaches for biologics
Understanding the characterisation of large molecules
Novel analytical tools to analyse particles

Track 8: ADME

ADME (adsorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion)Of drugs
Metabolism and toxicology
Antiviral and antimicrobial activity
Drug receptor interaction
Kojic acid as a tyrosine inhibitor

Track 9: Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery

Target discovery and validation
Molecular modelling
Drug receptor interactions
Pro drug synthesis and drug targeting
Toxicity, and therapeutic applications of antibiotics, antifungals, and antivirals

Track 10: Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery

Nanoparticles that deliver three anti-cancer drugs to the lymph nodes
Sustained drug delivery using a hydrogen
Photosensitizing agent to enhance the ability of drug carrying nanoparticles
Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery - Heart Disease
Carbon nanofibers penetrate diseased cells
Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery - Aging and other areas

Track 11: Chem Virology

Rapid Transmission
ZIKV-Processing on the microfluidic cassette
ZIKA virus infection may prevent reinfection
Zika infection-A global threat to human population
Major possible symptoms
Drugs and vaccines available so far

Track 12: Posology

Factors affecting the drug dosage
Route of Administration

Track 13: Cancer Studies: Drug Delivery Chemistry

Magnetoelectric nanoparticles
Nanoparticle drug delivery
Problems of multidrug resistance in cancer therapies
Taxoids as potent cytotoxic agents for tumour targeting drug delivery

Track 14: Drug Biotransformation and Disposition

High resolution-mass spectrometry (HR-MS) technology
Data-mining tools
AB SCIEX TripleTOF™ 5600 System for the study of drug metabolism in BDC rats and CYP inhibition cocktail assays.

Track 15: Small Molecule Drug Formulation

Recent progress in amorphous solid dispersions
Advanced formulation strategies & methods for small molecules
Overcoming key formulation challenges for small molecules
Nano-formulations
Quality-by-Design approaches
Excipients for small molecule formulation

Track 16: Drug Delivery Systems

Drug Delivery Technologies
Drug Delivery Innovation

AGENDA 2018

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Day 1 September 24, 2018
Conference Hall: Superior Ballroom B
Registrations
08:30-08:55 Opening Ceremony

Keynote Forum
08:55-09:00 Introduction
09:00-09:30 Title: Amyloid hypothesis and drug development for Alzheimer’s disorder: A critical review
Oleg V Tcheremissine, Atrium Health, USA
09:30-10:00 Title: Multivalent polymer conjugate inhibits aggregation of ß amyloid and
disassembles amyloid fibrils – potential for a polymer therapeutic
Edwin G Moore, University of Illinois, Urbana
10:00-10:30 Title: Development and commercialization of oral peptide and protein therapeutics:
Trends and perspectives
Panayiotis P Constantinides, Biopharmaceutical & Drug Delivery Consulting LLC, USA
Group Photo & Panel Discussion 10:30-10:40
Networking and Refreshment Break 10:40-11:00 @ Foyer
11:00-11:30 Title: Solutions for collaborative drug discovery – Connecting researchers globally
Luke S Fisher, Collaborative Drug Discovery, Inc., USA
11:30-12:00 Title: Activating endocytosis for enhancing cellular delivery and modifying intracellular
targeting of therapeutics
Arwyn T Jones, Cardiff University, UK
12:00-12:30 Title: Pursuit of oral insulin is a reality: Is it simply a matter of when?
Prakash V Diwan, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, India
12:30-13:00 Title: Minority populations in clinical trials
Rodney Villanueva & Oleg V Tcheremissine, Atrium Health, USA
Panel Discussion
Lunch Break 13:00-14:00 @ Michigan
Workshop
14:00-14:45 Title: Planning and submitting clinical trial applications to Ex US countries
Siddhartha Chowdhury, Northeastern University, USA
Sessions: Drug Discovery and Development | Patient-Centric Clinical Trials | Polymer–Peptide
Conjugates | Medicinal Chemistry and Drug Discovery | Drug Delivery Systems | Patient-Centric
Clinical Trials | Globalization of Clinical Trials
Session Chair: Edwin G Moore, University of Illinois, Urbana
Session Chair: Panayiotis P Constantinides, Biopharmaceutical & Drug Delivery Consulting LLC, USA
Session Introduction
14:45-15:05
Title: Implementing strategic financial management for clinical research
Brandon Furr, Atrium Health, USA
15:05-15:25
Title: Total syntheses and their biological evaluation of poison-frog alkaloids ent-cis195A
and cis-211A
Naoki Toyooka, University of Toyama, Japan
Panel Discussion
Networking and Refreshment Break 15:25-15:45 @ Foyer
15:45-16:05
Title: Magnetic nanoparticles: Application as RF hyperthermia therapy & contrast agent
in magnetic resonance imaging
Bijoy K Kuanr, Jawaharlal Nehru University, India
16:05-16:25 Title: The power of theory in developing the design of targeted nanoparticles
Ebtisam A Aldaais, Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University, Saudi Arabia
16:25-16:45
Title: Designing of inhibitors for cancer phenotype: An experimental and computational
approach
Navaneetha Nambigari, Osmania University, India
16:45-17:05
Title: Development of small-molecule antagonists for PAC1 receptor aimed at drug
discovery of novel analgesics
Takuya Okada, University of Toyama, Japan
Panel Discussion
Networking & Business to Business Meeting 17:05-17:30

Day 2 September 25, 2018
Conference Hall: Superior Ballroom B

Keynote Forum
08:55-09:00 Introduction
09:00-09:30 Title: The dog story: A patient’s perspective on research and healthcare
Matt Cavallo, Patient Activation Network, USA
09:30-10:00 Title: SBDD of MDM2 and β-secretase inhibitors using FMO and machine learning
Tatsuya Takagi, Osaka University, Japan
10:00-10:30 Title: Modeling and simulation bring deep understandings of device drug delivery to
improve patient experience
Guiyong (Nick) Song, The University of Missouri, USA
Group Photo 10:30-10:40
Networking and Refreshment Break 10:40-11:00 @ Foyer
11:00-11:30 Title: Self administrative drug delivery devices made with plastics material – market
potential, customer discovery, challenges, manufacturing, and business model
Rahul R Panchal, Leonine Technologies Inc., USA
11:30-12:00 Title: Wonders and worries of nano technology in health care
Prakash V Diwan, Central Research Laboratory India
12:00-12:30 Title: Simple is better in nanomedicine
Vinod Labhasetwar, Lerner Research Institute, USA
Panel Discussion
Lunch Break 12:30-13:30 @ Michigan
Sessions: Clinical Research & Clinical Trials | Computer Aided Drug Designing | Drug Delivery
Systems| Nanotechnology in Drug Delivery | Clinical Trial Forecasting, Budgeting and Contracting|
Drug Discovery and Development| Patient-Centric Clinical Trials| Clinical Trial Site Selection and
Management| Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology |Drug Delivery Technology
Session Chair: Arwyn T Jones, Cardiff University, UK
Session Co-chair: Tatsuya Takagi, Osaka University, Japan
Session Introduction
13:30-13:50
Title: Metformin prevents high glucose induced disruption of coronary artery endothelial
barrier function and accelerates wound healing
Mohammad Tauseef, Chicago State University, USA
13:50-14:10 Title: Drug discovery research in academia
Rama Mishra, Northern Western University, USA
14:10-14:30
Title: Computer analysis of the heterogeneous surfaces using the unique fast multivariant
numerical procedure with the new clustering based models
Mirosław Kwiatkowski, AGH University of Science and Technology, Poland
14:30-14:50
Title: Ruthenium (II) polypyridyl complexes: Investigation of DNA binding study and
antiproliferative activity
Navaneetha Nambigari, Osmania University, India
Page 4
14:50-15:10
Title: Photodynamic mediated anticancer therapy using temoporfin (mthpc) loaded
liposomes
Sajid Ali, Philipps University Marburg, Germany
15:10-15:30 Title: Tribology in phantom pain in upper limb amputees
Sedegheh Malek Mohammadi, Orthotics and Prosthetics Research Clinic, Iran
Panel Discussion
Networking and Refreshment Break 15:30-15:50 @ Foyer
15:50-16:10
Title: Formulation and evaluation of mouth dissolving tablet of donepezil with super
disintegrants
Rubina Fatima, MRM Collage of Pharmacy, India
16:10-16:30
Title: A comparative study of crude extracts from some medicinal plants against malaria
pathogens with chloroquine drug
Ochieng O Anthony, Sumait University, Zanzibar
Poster Presentations 16:30-17:30
Poster 01
Title: Assessing the acceptability of N-of-1 trials/tests and their implementation: Getting
ready for piloting N-of-1 trials in ethiopia
Chalachew Alemayehu, University of Queensland, Australia
Poster 02 Title: Enhanced inner ear drug delivery assisted by ultrasound-aided microbubbles
Chih-Hung Wang, National Defense Medical Center, Taiwan
Poster 03
Title: Study start up for a global phase III study: A case study on a global multicenter
Phase III CNS studies
Siddhartha Chowdhury, Northeastern University, USA
Poster 04
Title: Overview of bioequivalence study methods with pharmacokinetics endpoint for
topical ophthalmic corticosteroid suspensions (ocs)
Yoriko Harigaya, University at Buffalo, USA
Poster 05 Title: Bioassay protocols: Semantic annotation to enable informatics
Luke S Fisher, Collaborative Drug Discovery, Inc., USA
Poster 06 Title: Innovative approaches for secure, modern collaborative drug discovery
Luke S Fisher, Collaborative Drug Discovery, Inc., USA
Poster 07
Title: A new perspective for possible formulation and characterization of BetaCyclodextrin/Poly(ethylene
glycol) crystalline inclusion complexes
Amal Abdulrahman, Clark Atlanta University, USA
Panel Discussion
Networking & Business to Business Meeting 17:30-17:45
Day 3 September 26, 2018
Conference Hall: Superior Ballroom B

Keynote Forum
09:30-10:00 Title: Biophysics of cell membrane lipids in cancer drug resistance: Drug transport and
drug delivery with nanoparticles
Vinod Labhasetwar, Lerner Research Institute, USA
Exhibitors Session 10:00-10:50
Panel Discussion
Networking and Refreshment Break 10:50-11:10 @ Foyer
Sessions: Clinical Trial Forecasting, Budgeting and Contracting | Novel Drug Delivery Systems| Drug
Delivery Technology | Pharmaceutical Nanotechnology
Session Chair: Prakash V Diwan, National Institute of Pharmaceutical Education and Research, India
Session Introduction
11:10-11:30 Title: Advance microneedles integrated transdermal patch for fast onset of Ivermectin
Rubina Fatima, MRM Collage of Pharmacy, India
11:30-11:50
Title: Lipid coated mesoporous silica nanoparticles for enhanced delivery and cellular
uptake of doxorubicin
Muhammad Umair Amin, Philipps University Marburg, Germany
Page 5
11:50-12:10
Title: A comparison of quality of prescriptions at primary, secondary and tertiary health
care facilities using prescription quality index tool
Jalpa V Suthara, Charotar University of Science and Technology, India
12:10-12:30 Title: Fair market value and grant plan: Tool for negotiating clinical trial site budgets
Siddhartha Chowdhury, Northeastern University, USA
12:30-12:50
Title: Endoscopy assisted laparoscopic resection of benign colonic polyps; a retrospective
study on safe approach to complete removal
Saad Ikram, Scunthorpe General Hospital, United Kingdom
Panel Discussions
Lunch Break- 12:50-13:50 @ Ontario
13:50-14:10
Title: Active metabolites of the marine strain Streptomyces sundarbansensis with highest
and selective antibacterial activity against MRSA
Mouloud Kecha, University of Bejaia, Algeria
14:10-14:30 Title:
Aala Ali Abdulrahim, University of Khartoum, Sudan
Video Presentation
14:30-14:50
Title: Transdermal Delivery of Pravastatin Loaded Microemulsion Based, Drug Delivery
System Developed By Central Composite Design
Anjali Devi Nippani, Kakatiya University, India
Panel Discussions
Networking & Business to Business Meeting 14:50-15:20 @ Foyer
Awards & Closing Cermony

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Biology of Aging And Cancer Conference (CSE) A

Biology of Aging And Cancer Conference


About Conference

Hear Explore and learn the latest research. Present before distinguished global audience. Collaborate, build partnerships and experience Montreal, Canada. Join the Global Geriatric Community

ConferenceSeries LLC Ltd welcomes all the attendees, presenters and exhibitors from all over the world to Montreal, Canada. We are delighted to invite you all to attend the Biology of Aging and Cancer Conference going to be held at Boston, USA from August 16-17, 2019.

Aging 2019 conference mainly aims in bringing Geriatricians, Gerontologists, Doctors, Professors, Social Workers, Palliative Care Specialists, Nurses, Health Care Administrators, Researchers and Students from around the world under a single roof, where they discuss the research, achievements and advancements in the field of Geriatrics and Gerontology. The theme of this year conference is “New Visions for a healthy aging” and will continue with objectives of helping medical professionals in the geriatric field as well as general public to understand, empathize and take prompt actions to help old people across the globe.

About Hosting Organization: ConferenceSeries LLC Ltd

ConferenceSeries LLC Ltd is the world’s leading specialist in organizing Academic, Scientific and Business conferences, meetings, symposiums and exhibitions in different verticals and horizontals like Medical, Pharma, Engineering, Science, Technology and Business to promote scientific research. Every year we host more than 3000 global California events inclusive of 1000+conferences 1000+ Symposiums 1000+ Workshops in USA, Europe, Middle East and Asia with the generous support and cooperation from our 30000+ Editorial Board Members, 1000+ Scientific Societies. All the conference proceedings are published in the special issues of our 700+ Open Access International Journals with the DOI provided by CROSSREF.

AIM of the Conference:

Sharing of scientific knowledge and experience in all areas applied to geriatrics, gerontology and related scientific fields;
Strengthening and expanding the human network of all involved in this field in Europe and globally;
Providing opportunities for Early Career geriatricians for their professional development
Providing a forum for scientific exchanges on recent Gerontological concepts
Identify knowledge gaps that need to be filled;
Promote the role of health promotion and prevention in improving quality of life of people.

Scope and Importance:

Global Geriatric Care Services Market is expected to reach USD 1,012.02 billion by 2022. Constantly increasing geriatric population prone to chronic medical conditions is expected to drive market growth over the forecast period. Presence of favourable reimbursement policies in the U.S. which are primarily driven by Medicaid, and Medicare is also expected to positively reinforce market growth. In 2012, according to data published by the Centre of Disease Control (CDC) it has been estimated that nearly 95% nursing homes, 77% adult day care service centres, 78% home health agencies and 52% residential care communities were certified to participate in Medicaid. Furthermore, nearly 99% home health agencies, 100% hospice, and 96.5% nursing homes were Medicare certified.

Benefits of Attending:

Exchange ideas and network with leading geriatricians, gerontologists, healthcare providers, geriatric nurses and researchers from more than 40 countries
Discuss quality initiatives that can be applied in the practice
Discuss ways to collaborate in putting quality initiatives in place throughout the geriatrics and gerontology research
Participants can gain direct access to a core audience of professionals and decision makers and can increase visibility through branding and networking at the conference
Learn and discuss key news and challenges with senior level speakers.
With presentations, panel discussions, roundtable discussions, and workshops, we cover every topic from top to bottom, from global macro issues to strategies to tactical issues.

Target Audience:

Geriatricians
Physicians
Geriatric Physicians
Medical Directors
Dental Professionals
Geriatric Doctors
Ophthalmologists
Rheumatologists
Clinical Geriatrics
Cardiologists
Geriatric Nurses
Pulmonologists
Pharmacists
Geriatric Specialist
Occupational Therapists
Healthcare Faculty
Social Workers
Community care coordinators
Palliative care specialists
Business delegates and industry professionals
Researchers
Students and others interested in the field of Geriatrics

Meeting registration and hotel accommodations are now live. You can access everything you need by clicking here

Sessions & Tracks

ConferenceSeries LLC Ltd Organises 1000+ Conferences every year across USA, Europe and Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies and Publishes 700+ Open access journals which contains over 50000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members.

Aging 2019 is a global platform to discuss and learn about new antiaging technologies, antiaging treatments, geriatric care services, effects of aging, health policies, bioinformatics in aging and recent advancements in aging research.

Conference Highlights

Track 01: Elder abuse, Law and Aging

Elderly abuse is one of the main problems faced by the aging population. Numerous elderly individuals are ill-treated at their own homes, in relatives' homes, and even in offices by the in charge of their care. In the event that you speculate that an elderly individual is undergoing any form of harassment from a careless or overpowering guardian, or being subjected to torture for fiscal benefits, it's vital to come forth and speak up against that. Find out about the notice indications of senior manhandle, what the hazard components are, and how you can avert and report the issue.

Track 02: Aging and Gerontology

Critical Gerontology is concerned with physical, mental- social aspects and implications of aging. The field of gerontology is actually quite broad, containing many professionals who focus on various aspects of aging and development. While it could be considered as one large field, it actually consists of many smaller fields all working together with a united focus on middle-aged and older adults.

Track 03: Aging and Geriatrics

Geriatrics or Geriatric Medicine refers to the medical care for the elderly people whose age is above 65 years. The healthcare professionals who specialize in Geriatric are known as Geriatricians. Geriatricians are board-certified interns or family physicians who have additional training and certification in geriatrics.

Track 04: Senescence and Aging

The biology of aging or biogerontology, has as its primary objective in understanding the basic processes that underlie aging and age related diseases. For some this means increasing human life span, for others it means increasing human health-span. Biological aging is the gradual deterioration of functional characteristic of most complex life forms, arguably found in all biological kingdoms, that on the level of the organism increases mortality after maturation. The word senescence can be referred either to cellular senescence or to senescence of the whole organism.

Track 05: Aging Care Management

Aging care services are holistic, client-centred approach to caring for older adults or others facing on-going health challenges. Working with families, the expertise of Palliative Care provides the answers at a time of uncertainty. Their guidance leads families to the actions and decisions that ensure quality care and an optimal life for those they love, thus reducing worry, stress and time of work for family caregiver through individual health professionals.

Track 06: Aging and Palliative Care

Palliative care is specific therapeutic administered to individuals with genuine ailments. It concentrates on giving help from the side effects and stretch of a genuine sickness. The objective is to enhance personal satisfaction for both the patient and the family. Palliative care is given by an exceptionally prepared and trained group of specialists, nurses, social labourers and different experts who cooperate with a patient's specialists to give a hospice palliative care. It is proper at any age and at any phase in a genuine ailment and can be furnished alongside healing treatment.

Track 07: Aged Care Services

More than one in four American adults, according to a 2009 AARP survey, have become family caregivers to aging loved ones with chronic conditions. Of those caregivers, many spend, on an average, nearly 20 hours a week in addition to an outside job for caring about their elderly parents. Geriatric Care givers provide the required services for the elderly people.

Track 08: Neuroplasticity and Aging

Aging affects the whole brain functionality which leads to many psychiatric disorders which mainly includes dementia, cognitive impairment, depression, delirium etc. Mental disorders induce functional disability, disturb rehabilitation, burden the health system and impair life-quality of older patients and their relatives.

Track 09: Cultural diversity and Aging

Cultural diversity plays an important role in aging. Difference in culture and linguistic diversification leads to the difference in needs of older people thereby creates the difference in the Aged care service providers. It provides us better ways to identify the needs of culturally diversified older adults. 

Track 10: Nutrition and healthy aging

Healthy food and healthy lifestyle leads to healthy aging. It helps in increasing the lifespan of humans. Intake of proper nutrients in diet helps us in attaining a better life at each stage of life. It has been found that people over the age of 65 years of age are either under-nourished or over- nourished.

Track 11: Aging Case Studies

A case study involves a close, in-depth and detailed examination of a subject (the case), as well as its related contextual conditions. Case studies appear with great frequency throughout popular works, with nearly anybody claiming to have done one. Case studies can also be produced by following a formal research method. These case studies are likely to appear in formal research avenues, such as journals and professional conferences, rather than popular works. Aging population in USA, Geriatric Psychiatry and other case studies related to the aging population are discussed.

Track 12: Mechanisms of Aging

Genetics of aging is generally concerned with life extension associated with genetic alterations, rather than with accelerated aging diseases leading to reduction in lifespan. The role of genetics in determining life-span is complex and paradoxical. Although the heritability of life-span is relatively minor, some genetic variants significantly modify senescence of mammals and invertebrates, with both positive and negative impacts on age-related diseases and life-spans.

Track 13: Aging and Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are one of the most advanced sciences in the domain of aging research. A clinical trial is a specific kind of research study performed in individuals which undergoes for assessing a restorative, surgical, or behavioural mediation. Most clinical trials test some other treatment, similar to another medication or eating routine or therapeutic gadget (for instance, a pacemaker) as a technique for treating a wellbeing issue. Other clinical trials test approaches to discover an ailment before there are even manifestations physically. A clinical trial may likewise take a gander at how to improve life for individuals living with an existence which involves undermining illness or a ceaseless wellbeing issue. Clinical trials sometimes concentrate on the part of parental figures or care groups.

Track 14: Aesthetics and Rejuvenation

As indicated by insights of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, 84,685 patients beyond 65 years of age searched out plastic surgery techniques in 2010. Of that number, more than 26,000 had confronted to having undergone lifts, almost 25,000 had cosmetic eyelid surgeries, 6,400 underwent liposuction and more than 5,800 had bosom reduction. Fewer patients likewise decided on face lifts, bosom lifts and bosom enlargements. Those numbers have been on a relentless increment for a long time, as per specialists.

Track 15: Leading edge in Anti- Aging

Retardation of Aging process is Anti - aging. One can play role in length and quality of your life. The latest emerging technologies in the arena of this field will be discussed. It has led to increase in the longevity and decrease in senescence. Anti- Aging products which mainly include supplements and hormone replacement are globally consumed.

Track 16: Longevity and medicine

Traditional and Regenerative medicine is mainly concentrates on the longevity of life by developing the anti-aging medicine. Customary drug includes restorative parts of conventional information that created over eras inside different social orders before the time of cutting edge prescription. The World Health Organization (WHO) characterizes conventional solution as "the whole of the learning, abilities, and practices in view of the speculations, convictions, and encounters indigenous to various societies, whether logical or not, utilized as a part of the upkeep of wellbeing and also in the avoidance, conclusion, change or treatment of physical and emotional instability

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Biology of Aging And Cancer Conference (CSE) A

Biology of Aging And Cancer Conference


About Conference

Hear Explore and learn the latest research. Present before distinguished global audience. Collaborate, build partnerships and experience Montreal, Canada. Join the Global Geriatric Community

ConferenceSeries LLC Ltd welcomes all the attendees, presenters and exhibitors from all over the world to Montreal, Canada. We are delighted to invite you all to attend the Biology of Aging and Cancer Conference going to be held at Boston, USA from August 16-17, 2019.

Aging 2019 conference mainly aims in bringing Geriatricians, Gerontologists, Doctors, Professors, Social Workers, Palliative Care Specialists, Nurses, Health Care Administrators, Researchers and Students from around the world under a single roof, where they discuss the research, achievements and advancements in the field of Geriatrics and Gerontology. The theme of this year conference is “New Visions for a healthy aging” and will continue with objectives of helping medical professionals in the geriatric field as well as general public to understand, empathize and take prompt actions to help old people across the globe.

About Hosting Organization: ConferenceSeries LLC Ltd

ConferenceSeries LLC Ltd is the world’s leading specialist in organizing Academic, Scientific and Business conferences, meetings, symposiums and exhibitions in different verticals and horizontals like Medical, Pharma, Engineering, Science, Technology and Business to promote scientific research. Every year we host more than 3000 global California events inclusive of 1000+conferences 1000+ Symposiums 1000+ Workshops in USA, Europe, Middle East and Asia with the generous support and cooperation from our 30000+ Editorial Board Members, 1000+ Scientific Societies. All the conference proceedings are published in the special issues of our 700+ Open Access International Journals with the DOI provided by CROSSREF.

AIM of the Conference:

Sharing of scientific knowledge and experience in all areas applied to geriatrics, gerontology and related scientific fields;
Strengthening and expanding the human network of all involved in this field in Europe and globally;
Providing opportunities for Early Career geriatricians for their professional development
Providing a forum for scientific exchanges on recent Gerontological concepts
Identify knowledge gaps that need to be filled;
Promote the role of health promotion and prevention in improving quality of life of people.

Scope and Importance:

Global Geriatric Care Services Market is expected to reach USD 1,012.02 billion by 2022. Constantly increasing geriatric population prone to chronic medical conditions is expected to drive market growth over the forecast period. Presence of favourable reimbursement policies in the U.S. which are primarily driven by Medicaid, and Medicare is also expected to positively reinforce market growth. In 2012, according to data published by the Centre of Disease Control (CDC) it has been estimated that nearly 95% nursing homes, 77% adult day care service centres, 78% home health agencies and 52% residential care communities were certified to participate in Medicaid. Furthermore, nearly 99% home health agencies, 100% hospice, and 96.5% nursing homes were Medicare certified.

Benefits of Attending:

Exchange ideas and network with leading geriatricians, gerontologists, healthcare providers, geriatric nurses and researchers from more than 40 countries
Discuss quality initiatives that can be applied in the practice
Discuss ways to collaborate in putting quality initiatives in place throughout the geriatrics and gerontology research
Participants can gain direct access to a core audience of professionals and decision makers and can increase visibility through branding and networking at the conference
Learn and discuss key news and challenges with senior level speakers.
With presentations, panel discussions, roundtable discussions, and workshops, we cover every topic from top to bottom, from global macro issues to strategies to tactical issues.

Target Audience:

Geriatricians
Physicians
Geriatric Physicians
Medical Directors
Dental Professionals
Geriatric Doctors
Ophthalmologists
Rheumatologists
Clinical Geriatrics
Cardiologists
Geriatric Nurses
Pulmonologists
Pharmacists
Geriatric Specialist
Occupational Therapists
Healthcare Faculty
Social Workers
Community care coordinators
Palliative care specialists
Business delegates and industry professionals
Researchers
Students and others interested in the field of Geriatrics

Meeting registration and hotel accommodations are now live. You can access everything you need by clicking here

Sessions & Tracks

ConferenceSeries LLC Ltd Organises 1000+ Conferences every year across USA, Europe and Asia with support from 1000 more scientific societies and Publishes 700+ Open access journals which contains over 50000 eminent personalities, reputed scientists as editorial board members.

Aging 2019 is a global platform to discuss and learn about new antiaging technologies, antiaging treatments, geriatric care services, effects of aging, health policies, bioinformatics in aging and recent advancements in aging research.

Conference Highlights

Track 01: Elder abuse, Law and Aging

Elderly abuse is one of the main problems faced by the aging population. Numerous elderly individuals are ill-treated at their own homes, in relatives' homes, and even in offices by the in charge of their care. In the event that you speculate that an elderly individual is undergoing any form of harassment from a careless or overpowering guardian, or being subjected to torture for fiscal benefits, it's vital to come forth and speak up against that. Find out about the notice indications of senior manhandle, what the hazard components are, and how you can avert and report the issue.

Track 02: Aging and Gerontology

Critical Gerontology is concerned with physical, mental- social aspects and implications of aging. The field of gerontology is actually quite broad, containing many professionals who focus on various aspects of aging and development. While it could be considered as one large field, it actually consists of many smaller fields all working together with a united focus on middle-aged and older adults.

Track 03: Aging and Geriatrics

Geriatrics or Geriatric Medicine refers to the medical care for the elderly people whose age is above 65 years. The healthcare professionals who specialize in Geriatric are known as Geriatricians. Geriatricians are board-certified interns or family physicians who have additional training and certification in geriatrics.

Track 04: Senescence and Aging

The biology of aging or biogerontology, has as its primary objective in understanding the basic processes that underlie aging and age related diseases. For some this means increasing human life span, for others it means increasing human health-span. Biological aging is the gradual deterioration of functional characteristic of most complex life forms, arguably found in all biological kingdoms, that on the level of the organism increases mortality after maturation. The word senescence can be referred either to cellular senescence or to senescence of the whole organism.

Track 05: Aging Care Management

Aging care services are holistic, client-centred approach to caring for older adults or others facing on-going health challenges. Working with families, the expertise of Palliative Care provides the answers at a time of uncertainty. Their guidance leads families to the actions and decisions that ensure quality care and an optimal life for those they love, thus reducing worry, stress and time of work for family caregiver through individual health professionals.

Track 06: Aging and Palliative Care

Palliative care is specific therapeutic administered to individuals with genuine ailments. It concentrates on giving help from the side effects and stretch of a genuine sickness. The objective is to enhance personal satisfaction for both the patient and the family. Palliative care is given by an exceptionally prepared and trained group of specialists, nurses, social labourers and different experts who cooperate with a patient's specialists to give a hospice palliative care. It is proper at any age and at any phase in a genuine ailment and can be furnished alongside healing treatment.

Track 07: Aged Care Services

More than one in four American adults, according to a 2009 AARP survey, have become family caregivers to aging loved ones with chronic conditions. Of those caregivers, many spend, on an average, nearly 20 hours a week in addition to an outside job for caring about their elderly parents. Geriatric Care givers provide the required services for the elderly people.

Track 08: Neuroplasticity and Aging

Aging affects the whole brain functionality which leads to many psychiatric disorders which mainly includes dementia, cognitive impairment, depression, delirium etc. Mental disorders induce functional disability, disturb rehabilitation, burden the health system and impair life-quality of older patients and their relatives.

Track 09: Cultural diversity and Aging

Cultural diversity plays an important role in aging. Difference in culture and linguistic diversification leads to the difference in needs of older people thereby creates the difference in the Aged care service providers. It provides us better ways to identify the needs of culturally diversified older adults. 

Track 10: Nutrition and healthy aging

Healthy food and healthy lifestyle leads to healthy aging. It helps in increasing the lifespan of humans. Intake of proper nutrients in diet helps us in attaining a better life at each stage of life. It has been found that people over the age of 65 years of age are either under-nourished or over- nourished.

Track 11: Aging Case Studies

A case study involves a close, in-depth and detailed examination of a subject (the case), as well as its related contextual conditions. Case studies appear with great frequency throughout popular works, with nearly anybody claiming to have done one. Case studies can also be produced by following a formal research method. These case studies are likely to appear in formal research avenues, such as journals and professional conferences, rather than popular works. Aging population in USA, Geriatric Psychiatry and other case studies related to the aging population are discussed.

Track 12: Mechanisms of Aging

Genetics of aging is generally concerned with life extension associated with genetic alterations, rather than with accelerated aging diseases leading to reduction in lifespan. The role of genetics in determining life-span is complex and paradoxical. Although the heritability of life-span is relatively minor, some genetic variants significantly modify senescence of mammals and invertebrates, with both positive and negative impacts on age-related diseases and life-spans.

Track 13: Aging and Clinical Trials

Clinical trials are one of the most advanced sciences in the domain of aging research. A clinical trial is a specific kind of research study performed in individuals which undergoes for assessing a restorative, surgical, or behavioural mediation. Most clinical trials test some other treatment, similar to another medication or eating routine or therapeutic gadget (for instance, a pacemaker) as a technique for treating a wellbeing issue. Other clinical trials test approaches to discover an ailment before there are even manifestations physically. A clinical trial may likewise take a gander at how to improve life for individuals living with an existence which involves undermining illness or a ceaseless wellbeing issue. Clinical trials sometimes concentrate on the part of parental figures or care groups.

Track 14: Aesthetics and Rejuvenation

As indicated by insights of the American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery, 84,685 patients beyond 65 years of age searched out plastic surgery techniques in 2010. Of that number, more than 26,000 had confronted to having undergone lifts, almost 25,000 had cosmetic eyelid surgeries, 6,400 underwent liposuction and more than 5,800 had bosom reduction. Fewer patients likewise decided on face lifts, bosom lifts and bosom enlargements. Those numbers have been on a relentless increment for a long time, as per specialists.

Track 15: Leading edge in Anti- Aging

Retardation of Aging process is Anti - aging. One can play role in length and quality of your life. The latest emerging technologies in the arena of this field will be discussed. It has led to increase in the longevity and decrease in senescence. Anti- Aging products which mainly include supplements and hormone replacement are globally consumed.

Track 16: Longevity and medicine

Traditional and Regenerative medicine is mainly concentrates on the longevity of life by developing the anti-aging medicine. Customary drug includes restorative parts of conventional information that created over eras inside different social orders before the time of cutting edge prescription. The World Health Organization (WHO) characterizes conventional solution as "the whole of the learning, abilities, and practices in view of the speculations, convictions, and encounters indigenous to various societies, whether logical or not, utilized as a part of the upkeep of wellbeing and also in the avoidance, conclusion, change or treatment of physical and emotional instability

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CCDS Exam Prep Class (blr)

CCDS Exam Prep Class
Course Overview

The CCDS Exam Prep Class prepares you to take the CCDS exam and advance in your professional career. By equipping you with test-taking skills and CDI knowledge, the class will allow you to tackle the exam with confidence.

In two days, our instructors cover the main focus areas of the CCDS exam as outlined in the examination content outline (see the CCDS Exam Candidate Handbook):

  • Healthcare regulations, reimbursement, and documentation requirements related to the inpatient prospective payment system (IPPS)

  • Anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, pharmacology, and medical terminology

  • Medical record documentation

  • Healthcare facility CDI program analysis

  • Communication skills

  • Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting

  • Professionalism, ethics, and compliance

  • Impact of reportable diagnoses on quality of care


Plus, our instructors cover real-world study strategies for adult learners.

If you’ve attempted to gain CCDS certification before, this class will break down the material covered in the exam to ensure you feel confident and competent when you next sit for it. The program also covers test-taking skills, which helps students who have mastery of the subject matter but do not excel in the stress of a test-taking situation.

You’ll also receive access to the CCDS Exam Study Guide online practice exam, allowing you to practice in a realistic scenario.

Course Overview 
The CCDS Exam Prep Class is an intense two-day course covering 10 modules that will prepare candidates to take the CCDS certification exam, plus a short introduction.

Attendees will also receive access to the CCDS Exam Study Guide practice exam.

 

Who should attend?

  • CDI specialists: RNs/MDs

  • CDI managers/directors

  • Case management directors/managers

  • HIM directors/coding managers

  • Revenue cycle directors

  • DRG coordinators

  • Physician advisors/champions

  • Quality improvement personnel


Outline/Agenda

Introduction: Examining the CCDS Exam 
Module 1: Healthcare Regulation and the IPPS 
Module 2: Medical Record Documentation 
Module 3: The Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting 
Module 4: Tutorial on DRG Expert 
Module 5: Anatomy/Physiology/Pharmacology 
Module 6: Communication, Physician Education, and Query 
Module 7: Professionalism, Ethics, and Compliance 
Module 8: Impact of Reportable Diagnoses on Quality Care Measures 
Module 9: CDI Program Analysis 
Module 10: The Exam Experience and Test-Taking Tips


CCDS Exam Prep Class

Learning Objectives

Introduction: Examining the CCDS Exam 
This introduction looks at the outline of the exam and the types of questions asked. It discusses recall, application, and analysis as well as the domains and objectives covered in the exam. 

Module 1: Healthcare Regulation and the IPPS 
Learning objectives:

Define the IPPS and the process by which it is updated and revised 
Demonstrate a knowledge of MS-DRGs 
Define and recognize a complication/comorbidity under the MS-DRG system 
Explain the impact of documentation on reimbursement through diagnosis and procedure code assignment 
Discuss the relationship between documentation, principal diagnosis selection, and medical necessity of setting 
Define case-mix index and its relevance to CDI programs


Module 2: Medical Record Documentation 
Learning objectives:

Explain what elements of the health record can be used for diagnosis and/or procedure code assignment 
Explain how the provider’s role in relation to the patient affects diagnosis code assignment 
Identify documentation that must be clarified for accurate code assignment 
Explain the types of physician queries (concurrent, retrospective, verbal) 
Demonstrate an understanding of different query formats (open-ended, multiple choice, yes/no) and their proper application 
Define the concept of clinical indicators 
Demonstrate the formation of a compliant query 
Demonstrate an understanding of current professional guidance related to querying 
Explain the proper mechanism to address diagnoses that appear to lack clinical support


Module 3: The Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting 
Learning objectives:

Explain when the Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting are updated and where to obtain them 
Explain the role of AHA Coding Clinic® in code assignment 
Define and apply the principles of principal diagnosis selection 
Define and apply the principles of secondary diagnosis selection 
Define the basics of the present on admission indicator assignment and explain its impact on payment 
Explain how to assign a working DRG when multiple diagnoses are in play 
Identify conditions considered HACs by CMS


Module 4: Tutorial on DRG Expert 
Learning objectives:

Identify the main components of DRG Expert 
Discuss how to navigate DRG Expert


Module 5: Anatomy/Physiology/Pharmacology 
Learning objectives:

Demonstrate how to interpret medications as a clinical indicator to support query opportunities 
Identify diagnostic tests as possible clinical indicators to support query opportunities 
Identify and apply clinical indicators and query opportunities typically targeted by CDI professionals related to common medical conditions, such as: 
CVA 
Encephalopathy 
Seizures 
Respiratory failure 
Ventilation support 
Acute MI 
Heart failure 
Neoplasms 
Acute kidney injury 
Anemia 
Infectious disease 
Injuries 
Poisonings/adverse reactions 
HIV infections


Module 6: Communication, Physician Education, and Query 
Learning objectives:

Describe the traditional role of the clinical documentation specialist 
Define the role of a query in CDI/coding 
Demonstrate what constitutes a leading query 
Identify and discuss the resources that detail when and how to query based on professional industry standards 
Incorporate industry guidance in the construction of simple queries 
Identify situations in which verbal, personal communication with physicians is more favorable than written communication


Module 7: Professionalism, Ethics, and Compliance 
Learning objectives:

Maintain confidentiality of the medical record and of information relevant to CDI 
Identify initiatives that ensure DRG compliance 
Identify areas of potential DRG creep as identified by the OIG 
Explain the goals and objectives of a clinical documentation department beyond reimbursement 
Identify potential compliance risk as identified by PEPPER data


Module 8: Impact of Reportable Diagnoses on Quality Care Measures 
Learning objectives:

Demonstrate knowledge of the significance of documentation and code assignment upon the mortality index 
Demonstrate knowledge of mortality reviews and interpreting observed to expected ratios 
Define how quality data are acquired through record abstraction and claims data 
Explain the significance of these CMS quality metrics: 
Hospital Value-Based Purchasing Program 
Hospital-Acquired Condition Reduction Program 
Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program 
30-day mortality measures 
Analyze the financial impact of the Hospital Quality Reporting Program on an organization and the role of CDI regarding CMS quality initiatives 
Identify the components of PSI 90 and its impact on quality measures


Module 9: CDI Program Analysis 
Learning objectives:

Demonstrate the ability to analyze data and evaluate a CDI program’s trends: 
CDI productivity metrics 
Provider response rates 
Case-mix index 
Recognize the importance of the following CDI program performance metrics: 
CMI 
CC/MCC capture 
Severity of illness/risk of mortality 
Hospital value-based purchasing measures 
Patient Safety Indicators 
High-frequency DRGs 
Identify methods for measuring physician performance related to documentation 
Demonstrate an ability to track and trend data to measure individual physician performance over time
Demonstrate a working knowledge of PEPPER


Module 10: The Exam Experience and Test-Taking Tips 
This module discusses the experience of sitting for the exam and includes test-taking tips and strategies.

 

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Certified Chief Information Security Officer (CCISO) (ec1)

Certified Chief Information Security Officer (CCISO)

 

The CCISO program trains individuals who are looking to make the jump from middle management to the executive ranks by focusing on high-level management skills specifically needed for IS executives. From project to audit management, procurement and finance, to strategy and policy, students will be taught to steer complex security programs strategically and successfully. The CCISO program was created and is taught by sitting high-level information security executives from across industries, resulting in the most relevant, challenging, and applicable content on the market.

 

Course Outline:
Domain 1: Governance (Policy, Legal & Compliance)

1. Definitions
2. Information Security Management Program
3. Information Security Laws, Regulations, & Guidelines
4. Privacy Laws

Domain 2 – IS Management Controls and Auditing Management (Projects, Technology, and Operations)

1. Design, Deploy, and Manage Security Controls in Alignment with Business
Goals, Risk Tolerance, and Policies and Standards
2. Information Security Risk Assessment
3. Risk Treatment
4. Residual Risk
5. Risk Acceptance
6. Risk Management Feedback Loops
7. Business Goals
8. Risk Tolerance
9. Policies and Standards
10. Understanding Security Controls Types and Objectives
11. Implementing Control Assurance Frameworks
12. COBIT (Control Objectives for Information and Related Technology)
13. BAI06 Manage Changes
14. COBIT 4.1 vs. COBIT 5
15. ISO 27001/27002
16. Automate Controls
17. Understanding the Audit Management Process

Domain 3: Management – Projects & Operations

1. The Role of the CISO
2. Information Security Projects
3. Security Operations Management

Domain 4: Information Security Core Competencies

1. Access Controls
2. Physical Security
3. Disaster Recovery
4. Network Security
5. Threat and Vulnerability Management
6. Application Security
7. Systems Security
8. Encryption
9. Computer Forensics and Incident Response

Domain 5: Strategic Planning & Finance

1. Security Strategic Planning
2. Alignment with Business Goals and Risk Tolerance
3. Relationship between Security, Compliance, & Privacy
4. Leadership
5. Enterprise Information Security Architecture (EISA) Models, Frameworks, and Standards
6. Security Emerging Trends
7. It’s all about the Data
8. Key Performance Indicators (KPI)
9. Systems Certification and Accreditation Process
10. Resource Planning
11. Financial Planning
12. Procurement
13. Vendor Management
14. Request for Proposal (RFP) Process
15. Integrate Security Requirements into the Contractual Agreement and Procurement Process
16. Statement of Work
17. Service Level Agreements


Course Includes:

  • Official Courseware

  • 6 month subscription to iLabs (except CCISO)

  • 1 Complimentary Exam Voucher

  • Certificate of Attendance

  • Complimentary 2-Day Pass to Hacker Halted conference.

  • Lunch and coffee breaks throughout the duration of the training

 

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Certified Network Defender– (CND) (ec1)

Certified Network Defender– (CND)

 

The program prepares network administrators on network security technologies and operations to attain Defense-in-Depth network security preparedness. It covers the protect, detect and respond approach to network security. The course contains hands-on labs, based on major network security tools and techniques which will provide network administrators real world expertise on current network security technologies and operations. The study-kit provides you with over 10 GB of network security best practices, assessments and protection tools. The kit also contains templates for various network policies and a large number of white papers for additional learning.

 

Course Outline

Module 1: Computer Network and Defense Fundamentals
Response & Handling
Module 2: Network Security Threats, Vulnerabilities, and Attacks
Module 3: Network Security Controls, Protocols, and Devices
Module 4: Network Security Policy Design and Implementation
Module 5: Physical Security
Module 6: Host Security
Module 7: Secure Firewall Configuration and Management
Module 8: Secure IDS Configuration and Management
Module 9: Secure VPN Configuration and Management
Module 10: Wireless Network Defense
Module 11: Network Traffic Monitoring and Analysis
Module 12: Network Risk and Vulnerability Management
Module 13: Data Backup and Recovery
Module 14: Network Incident Response and Management

 

Course Includes:

  • Official Courseware

  • 6 month subscription to iLabs (except CCISO)

  • 1 Complimentary ECC Exam Portal Voucher

  • Certificate of Attendance

  • Complimentary 2-Day Pass to Hacker Halted- Atlanta conference

  • Lunch and coffee breaks throughout the duration of the training

 

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Certified Security Analyst – (ECSA) (ec1)

Certified Security Analyst – (ECSA)

 

The Certified Security Analyst “pen testing” program is a computer security certification designed to teach Information Security Professionals the advanced uses of the available methodologies, tools and techniques expected from a premier ethical hacking training and are required to perform comprehensive information security pen tests. Students will learn how to design, secure and test networks to protect your organization from the threats hackers and crackers pose. By teaching the Licensed Penetration Tester, LPT methodology and ground breaking techniques for security and penetration testing, this class will help you perform the intensive assessments required to effectively identify and mitigate risks to the security of your infrastructure. As students learn to identify Information Security problems in this ethical hacking training certification course, they also learn how to avoid and eliminate them, with the class providing complete coverage of analysis and network security-testing

 

Course Outline

Module 1: Need for Security Analysis
Module 2: TCP IP Packet Analysis
Module 3: Penetration Testing Methodologies
Module 4: Customers and Legal Agreements
Module 5: Rules of Engagement
Module 6: Penetration Testing Planning and Scheduling
Module 7: Pre-penetration Testing Steps
Module 8: Information Gathering
Module 9: Vulnerability Analysis
Module 10: External Penetration Testing
Module 11: Internal Network Penetration Testing
Module 12: Firewall Penetration Testing
Module 13: IDS Penetration Testing
Module 14: Password Cracking Penetration Testing
Module 15: Social Engineering Penetration Testing
Module 16: Web Application Penetration Testing
Module 17: SQL Penetration Testing
Module 18: Penetration Testing Reports and Post Testing Actions


Course Includes:

  • Official Courseware

  • 6 month subscription to iLabs (except CCISO)

  • 1 Complimentary ECC Exam Portal Voucher

  • Certificate of Attendance

  • Complimentary 2-Day Pass to Hacker Halted- Atlanta conference

  • Lunch and coffee breaks throughout the duration of the training

 

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Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator (ec1)

Computer Hacking Forensic Investigator

 

This computer forensics course will give participants the necessary skills to identify an intruder’s footprints and to properly gather the necessary evidence to prosecute. Many of today’s top tools of the forensic trade will be taught during this course, including software, hardware and specialized techniques. It is no longer a matter of “will your organization be comprised (hacked)?” but, rather, “when?”

 

Course Outline:

Module 1: Computer Forensics in Today’s World
Module 2: Computer Forensics Investigation Process
Module 3: Searching & Seizing Computers
Module 4: Digital Evidence
Module 5: First Responder Procedures
Module 6: Computer Forensics Lab
Module 7: Understanding Hard Disks & File Systems
Module 8: Windows Forensics
Module 9: Data Acquisition & Duplication
Module 10: Recovering Delete Files & Deleted Partitions
Module 11: Forensics Investigation Using Access Data FTK
Module 12: Forensic Investigation Using EnCase
Module 13: Steganography & Image File Forensics
Module 14: Application Password Crackers
Module 15: Log Capturing & Event Correlation
Module 16: Network Forensics, Investigating Logs & Investigating Network Traffic
Module 17: Investigating Wireless Attacks
Module 18: Investigating Web Attacks
Module 19: Tracking Emails and Investigating Email Crimes
Module 20: Mobile Forensics
Module 21: Investigative Reports
Module 22: Becoming an Expert Witness

 

Course Includes:

  • Official Courseware

  • 6 month subscription to iLabs (except CCISO)

  • 1 Complimentary ECC Exam Portal Voucher

  • Certificate of Attendance

  • Complimentary 2-Day Pass to Hacker Halted- Atlanta conference

  • Lunch and coffee breaks throughout the duration of the training

 

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Certified Ethical Hacker v10– (CEH) (ec1)

Certified Ethical Hacker v10– (CEH)

 

The worlds most advanced ethical hacking course with 20 of the most current security domains an ethical hacker will want to know when planning to beef up the information security posture of their organization. In 20 comprehensive modules, the course covers over 270 attack technologies, commonly used by hackers. Our security experts have designed over 140 labs which mimic real time scenarios in the course to help you “live” through an attack as if it were real and provide you with access to over 2200 commonly used hacking tools to immerse you into the hacker world. The goal of this course is to help you master an ethical hacking methodology that can be used in a penetration testing or ethical hacking situation. You walk out the door with ethical hacking skills that are highly in demand, as well as the globally recognized Certified Ethical Hacker certification!

 

Course Outline

  • Introduction to Ethical Hacking

  • Footprinting and Reconnaissance

  • Scanning Networks

  • Enumeration

  • Vulnerability Analysis

  • System Hacking

  • Malware Threats

  • Sniffing

  • Social Engineering

  • Denial-of-Service

  • Session Hijacking

  • Evading IDS, Firewalls, and Honeypots

  • Hacking Web Servers

  • Hacking Web Applications

  • SQL Injection

  • Hacking Wireless Networks

  • Hacking Mobile Platforms

  • IoT Hacking

  • Cloud Computing

  • Cryptography

 

Course Includes:

Official Courseware
6 month subscription to iLabs (except CCISO)
1 Complimentary ECC Exam Portal Voucher
Certificate of Attendance
Complimentary 2-Day Pass to Hacker Halted- Atlanta conference
Lunch and coffee breaks throughout the duration of the training

 

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Global CISO Forum 2019 (ec1)

Global CISO Forum 2019

 

EC-Council’s Global CISO Forum is an invite-only, closed-door event gathering the highest level executives from across industries and countries to discuss the most pressing issues in information security. Now in its seventh year, the 2019 Global CISO Forum promises to be the best yet with an exciting mix of industries, formats, and interactive presentations.

EC-Council’s CISO Program has over 2,000 participants from across industries and around the world. From our groundbreaking Certified CISO (C|CISO) Program to our high-level, exclusive events, EC-Council CISOs come from around the world, including Hong Kong, Egypt, the Netherlands, Bangladesh, Canada, the Philippines, Ghana, Sri Lanka, China, Zambia, Nigeria, the UAE, Switzerland, Mexico, the United Kingdom, Iceland, and all across the United States.

Past speakers include Erick Rudiak, CISO of Express Scripts; Gary Harbison, CISO of Monsanto; Karthik Swarnam, CISO of Trans Union; Amar Singh, CISO of News International; Curtis Levinson, US Cyber Defense Liaison to NATO; Erin Owens, CISO of Maxim Healthcare; Illyas Kooliyankal, CISO of Abu Dhabi Security Exchange; and many others.

 

Attendee Feedback from previous EC-Council CISO Events:

“Excellent insight into an alternate definition on risk and how to answer the question “Are we secure?”
“A great combination of solid theory and actionable guidance.”
A discussion of maturity rarely reaches that level of depth and practical application.
“ … I got a great idea during the panel discussion for an IP awareness campaign.”
“That’s why I come to these things…smart people with great angles on who to improve security incrementally.”
“… differing views are best made available in conferences such as the EC-Council CISO Summit. Within these venues, lively discussions explore topics that are of interest to all security managers.
“EC Council’s CISO Summit is an excellent opportunity to interface with not only some of the largest organizations, but also the smaller ones as well.”
“It was a truly wonderful event. It’s very healthy for information security executives and professionals to get together to share what’s working in their own organization for the betterment of other organizations as well.”
“ … very well organized with a good mix of talent from diverse industries. The topics were excellent and targeted to the need of the industry today.”


Who should attend?
Due to the nature of the discussions that will take place, this will be a closed-door event open only to senior information security executives (Director level and above).

The CCISO Program is EC-Council’s groundbreaking executive certification. Anyone interested in earning this certification can take live training and the exam at our conferences and summits.

 

AGENDA

Day One – October 10th, 2019

 

 

9:00AM – 9:15AM

Conference Kickoff

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Eric Lopez
VP, EC-Council

Exhibit Hall A

 

9:15AM – 10:05AM

Keynote

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Jay Bavisi
EC-Council CEO

Exhibit Hall A

 

10:05AM – 11:35AM

Debate: Security & AI: To Serve Man

Exhibit Hall A

 

11:35AM – 11:50AM

Break


11:50AM – 12:30PM

Hacker Halted Keynote

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Chris Hadnagy
CEO of the Innocent Lives Foundation

Exhibit Hall A

 

12:30PM – 2:00PM

Lunch

Salon 1

 

2:00PM – 2:05PM

GCF Kickoff & Intro

Salon 2

 

2:05PM – 2:50PM

Addressing the Global Cybersecurity Workforce Shortage

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Diana Burley, Ph.D.
Executive Director & Chair of the Institute for Information Infrastructure Protection (I3P)
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Salon 2

 

2:50PM – 3:05PM

Sponsor Spotlight: Otavio Freire, President & CTO, SafeGuard Cyber

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Otavio Freire
President & CTO, SafeGuard Cyber
Salon 2

3:05PM – 3:50PM

The Road Not Taken Panel

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Ed Pascua
Senior VP, Simeio
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Clarissa Banks
VP, COO – Information Security, E*TRADE
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Phil Agcaoili
Senior VP, US Bank & CISO, Elavon

Salon 2

 

3:50PM – 4:05PM

Break


4:05PM – 4:50PM

The Fault Lies in the Architecture

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Tari Schreider
Cybersecurity Strategist, Author, & Trainer

Salon 2




Day Two – October 11th, 2019
 

8:30AM – 8:35AM

Day Two Kickoff

Salon 2

 

8:35 AM – 9:20 AM

The evolving role of the CISO – Reshaping the cybersecurity battlespace

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Anthony Dupree
CIO & CISO, Career Builder

Salon 2

 

9:20AM – 10:05AM

The Era of Cyber Extortion and Ransomware

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Ondrej Krehel
CEO/Founder of LIFARS

Salon 2

 

10:05AM – 10:20AM

Break


10:20AM – 11:05AM

Artificial Intelligence – History, Workings, and Fighting Malware

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Keith Rayle
Security Strategist, Fortinet

Salon 2

 

11:05AM – 11:50AM

Don’t Panic – Improving Security Through Leadership and Culture

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Sharon Smith
Principal Cybersecurity Strategy & Advisory Consultant, Virtual CISO, Speaker & Author

Salon 2

 

11:50AM – 1:20PM

Lunch

Salon 1

 

1:20PM – 2:05PM

The Public Private Partnership

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John Felker
Director, National Cybersecurity and Communications Integration Center

 

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Geoff Hancock

Salon 2

 

2:05PM – 2:50PM

Cyber Insurance and Cyber Risk Quantification – an Insurers Perspective

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Sebastian Hess
Cyber Risk Advisor at AIG

Salon 2

 

2:50PM – 3:05PM

Break


3:05PM – 3:50PM

Bringing Value to Insurance POOLS and Their Members by Breaking their Networks… “Passively”

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Antonio Rucci
Director, InfoSec & Threat Intelligence, GRIDSMART Technologies, Inc.

Salon 2

 

3:50PM – 4:00PM

Wrap Up

 

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Tennessee: Leader As Coach: Leadership Development Master Class (BLR)

 


*** LIMITED TIME OFFER: FREE $100 AMAZON GIFT CARD! ***
REGISTER TODAY!

 

Wednesday, May 15, 2019 | Las Vegas, NV

Increasingly organizations are recognizing that coaching and talent development is a mission-critical competency that should not be limited to a select group of leaders but rather shared across the organization. This is your opportunity to become a catalyst for high performance and career acceleration for your team members and throughout your organization!

This engaging, highly experiential course is designed for managers, leaders, and influencers who understand the necessity of superior coaching in today’s business ecosystem where leadership development has become everyone’s responsibility. The curriculum equips participants with immediately-usable skills they can use to cultivate collaborative talent development partnerships; engage in potent, performance-enhancing conversations; and create extraordinary engagement, alignment, productivity and innovation in their teams.

 

When you attend this action-packed workshop, you will:

• Be introduced to a proven, very practical coaching model that can be effectively used throughout your teams and organization.
• Learn how to initiate and guide high-quality coaching conversations using Bluepoint’s Coaching Power Tools.
• Participate in real-life exercises that will allow you to hone your conversational coaching skills and receive direct feedback on your personal effectiveness.
• Understand how to apply the concepts of appreciation, constructive confrontation and accountability to your own leadership practices.
• Create your own professional development plan that will map out your leadership trajectory and set ambitious but achievable goals.
• Take away valuable course materials, tools, and a copy of Gregg Thompson’s popular book, The Master Coach.

This training will help you achieve the following organizational outcomes:

• Increase managerial capability to lead and drive change through coaching.

• Encourage greater levels of engagement and personal accountability.
• Build a consistent approach to coaching and improve performance throughout the organization.

As part of your registration, you will also receive:

• A Coach Training Certificate of Completion
• Participant Guidebook
• Leader as Coach Inventory™ – A 360-degree multi-rater assessment
• Personal Values card deck
• The 60 Big Coaching Questions tool
• The Master Coach by Gregg Thompson

Who Should Attend: 



Leaders and individual contributors at all organization levels who wish to become more effective at helping others achieve higher levels of performance, deeper learning, and accelerated career development.

Agenda

Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Registration & Continental Breakfast 
7:30 a.m. – 8:30 a.m.

Module 1:
8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.

Introduction: Coaching and the Challenge of Leadership Today
Becoming the Leader Coach: The Three C Coaching Model
My Coaching Past and Present: Personal Best Coach & My Perspective

Networking Break
10:00 a.m. – 10:20 a.m.

Module 2:
10:20 a.m. – 12:00 p.m.

Coaching Today: Why Coach?
Coaching Power Tool: The 60 Big Coaching Questions
Coaching Experiential #1: Leadership Challenges & Opportunities
When Do I Coach? The Coaching Impact Model

Lunch (on your own)
12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Module 3:
1:00 p.m. – 3:00 p.m.

Character: How Do I Earn the Right to Coach? 
The Power of Values-Based Coaching 
Coaching Experiential #2: A Values-Related Challenge 
Connecting from the Inside Out: Presence, Mindfulness, Deep Listening

Networking Break 
3:00 p.m. – 3:15 p.m.

Module 4:
3:15 p.m. – 4:30 p.m.

The Coaching Conversation: Starting the Conversation 
The Power of Appreciation: “My Natural Coaching Strengths” 
Constructive Confrontation: Giving Feedback 
Coaching Experiential #3: My Commitments

Workshop Concludes 
4:30 p.m.


 

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HR Comply 2019 | The Nation's Leading HCM and Employment Law Event


*** LIMITED TIME OFFER: FREE $100 AMAZON GIFT CARD! ***
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November 13-15, 2019 | Nashville, TN

Want to attend HR Comply, Workforce L&D, AND RecruitCon in Fall 2019? Register for the HR World PowerPass and pick and choose your sessions across all 3 conferences. Register Today!


HR Comply, formerly Advanced Employment Issues Symposium (AEIS), is now in its 24th year and is still the nation’s leading human capital management conference for HR professionals, executives, and in-house counsel. The superior content and expert presenters will help you get ahead of workplace policy updates with a one-stop, all-bases-covered overview of breaking updates and proven best practices.

Attendees Will Access Valuable Insights from the Nation’s Top Employment Attorneys and Discover:

Breaking updates on DOL regulation/enforcement and wage and hour litigation 
HR recordkeeping best practices—including e-storage and meeting mandatory notice—to keep you in compliance 
Multi-state strategies for mastering emerging FMLA compliance obligations 
An ADA accommodation and performance management roadmap for anxiety, PTSD and stress in the workplace 
Tactics for avoiding today’s biggest (and most costly) recruiting and hiring pitfalls 
Real-world solutions for addressing and preventing sexual harassment and bullying 
A self-audit blueprint to find and fix disparities in your pay system that could lead to discrimination claims 
Talent development considerations and legal policies for today’s distributed workforce 
And more, in the year’s most comprehensive overview for HR professionals, executives and in-house counsel

 

Please contact the event manager Marilyn ([email protected] ) below for:
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RECRUITCON 2019 - Nashville | The Nation’s Most Popular Talent Acquisition Event for Employers 

 

November 14-15, 2019 – Nashville, TN

 

*** LIMITED TIME OFFER: FREE $100 AMAZON GIFT CARD! ***
REGISTER TODAY! 


CONFERENCE SNAPSHOT: RecruitCon 2019 in Nashville is part of our biggest event, HR World. Come to RecruitCon Nashville for 2 days of jam-packed sessions lead by the leading recruiting minds in the industry.


RecruitCon 2019 - Nashville, will continue to help talent acquisition & management executives and leaders uncover new and emerging recruiting practices – while also offering access to new-tech, cutting-edge analytics, streamlining hiring as a process, and delivering data as a foundation for decision making.

With most teams struggling with delays or lags in ‘time to fill’, leading to a cost uptick of as much as $22,000 (over an average period of 44 days), RecruitCon is architected to introduce new strategic interventions in optimizing timelines and candidate experiences. Last year's RecruitCon conference was a sell-out event, so be sure to register early for the recruiting event of the season and be on your way to landing (and retaining) those star candidates.

At RecruitCon 2019 in Nashville, you will discover how to:

  • Structure effective veteran recruiting programs

  • Create a team of employee advocates to strengthen your brand messaging

  • Build a sourcing strategy from the group up using proven strategies from winning brands like Amazon—including tools and funnel metric models that really work

  • Automate the time-consuming and mundane aspects on your job so you can maximize your efficiency and focus on innovation

  • Leverage talent relationship management (TRM) systems to save you time and money while driving measurable improvements in talent acquisition

  • Draft effective counter offers to secure top talent over the competition

  • Integrate storytelling into your recruiting strategy for better results

  • Isolate the most impactful data analytics to pinpoint hiring issues, optimize strategy and prove ROI

AGENDA COMING SOON!!!

 

2018 SPEAKERS

 

 

Chris ComrieChris Comrie
Founder
Recruiting Leaders Academy

Chris Comrie manages Recruiting Leaders, the fastest growing high quality community of recruiters on Facebook. He uses his experience to mentor and consult recruiters on how to scale and automate their business and reach so they can earn more revenue while freeing up time. His writing and videos on how to leverage the power of community in a saturated recruiting market gets over 50,000 impressions per month. He is a LinkedIn and Facebook Influencer and enjoys giving back by teaching webinars and speaking at conferences about the power of community and how others can scale their audience too.

Kristin DudleyKristin Dudley
Founder
Co-Create LLC

Kristin Dudley is an award-winning Workplace Documentarian & Employment Brand Strategist. Her day-in-the-life documentaries of real jobs provide workplace transparency while attracting the most qualified candidates to apply. Through Co-Create LLC, she is taking candidate experience a step further. Passionate about building healthy teams and organizations, Co-Create facilitates collaborative content-generating exercises with employees to produce personalized solutions for the candidate experience while uncovering the authentic voice of the employment brand at hand.

Ms. Dudley formerly served as Senior Manager of Talent Brand & Attraction for Comcast NBCUniversal after many years as Manager of Comcast’s Emmy Award-Winning User Experience & Product Design team. Within her role leading Talent Brand & Attraction, she launched the social talent attraction strategy for the company and produced dozens of stories and pieces of content to support its growth. Driven by her mission to “help everyone love where they work,” she has spent the last five years applying design-thinking to address all touch points of the candidate journey.

Ms. Dudley holds an MS in Organizational Dynamics from the University of Pennsylvania and a BS in Fashion Design from Drexel University. She was recently named “Disruptor of the Year” by the DisruptHR NYC community.

Karen EisengruberKaren Eisengruber
Head of Customer Success
Fairygodboss

Karen Eisengruber is the Head of Customer Success for Fairygodboss, a start-up company committed to improving the workplace for women through transparency.

In her role, Ms. Eisengruber spends the majority of her time innovating ways to improve the Fairygodboss offering while providing invaluable insight on how companies’ can advance gender diversity in the workplace and empower their employees to do the same.

Prior to joining Fairygodboss, she spent the past six years in a talent acquisition capacity leading and growing teams, creating new and innovative processes, and understanding what excites job seekers at some of the top performing companies in their industries including Accenture and GEODIS.

James EllisJames Ellis
Host
The Talent Cast

James Ellis is an employer brand and recruitment marketing strategist working in Chicago. He coded his first webpage by hand nearly 20 years ago and since then has brought social media marketing to non-profits, content management systems to state governments and content strategy to Fortune 1000 Companies. At his core, he is a digital marketing strategist, helping people and businesses define their audience and message. For the last four years, he has used that thinking to help companies of all shapes and sizes hire and retain talent.

Chris W. FitzpatrickChris W. Fitzpatrick, PHR, SHRM-CP
Talent Acquisition Manager
Enterprise Rent-A-Car

“No matter what business you are in, you are in a business of people and a business of relationships,” is the mantra of Chris Fitzpatrick, PHR, SHRM-CP, “and whatever your job title, we are all responsible in some way for the complete satisfaction of our customers.” This philosophy has been formed though his 12+ years with Enterprise Holdings, which operates the Enterprise, National, and Alamo Car Rental brands. More than 11 of those 12 years have been spent in Talent Acquisition, during which time he has developed ironclad relationships with a number of College and University career centers, as well as working with academic departments, athletic programs, clubs and organizations, fraternities and sororities, EOF and EOP programs, alumni associations, student support services working with veterans and students with disabilities, LGBTQA, etc. In addition to his work in Talent Acquisition, he is very passionate about workplace diversity, being named to Enterprise’s corporate Diversity & Inclusion Team from 2015-2017.

Mr. Fitzpatrick has written and delivered presentations and seminars to thousands of college students on topics ranging from “The 4 Types of Communication Skills,” “Turning Pro -from College to Career,” “Navigating the College Career Fair,” and “LinkedIntern – Social Media and Your Job Search.” A 2004 graduate of Montclair State University in Upper Montclair, NJ, he currently serves as the President of the Feliciano School of Business Young Professionals Board and is a member of the Career Center Advisory Board at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Within the next couple of years, he hopes to have his first book published which offers job search and professional advice to job seekers and college students, while also detailing the hilarious horror stories of interviews gone awry. 

Pamela J. GreenPamela J. Green, MBA, SPHR, ACC
President & CEO
The HR Coaching and Career institute, Inc.

Pamela J Green, is a business executive, leadership consultant, executive coach, keynote speaker, and published author with more than 30 years of business leadership experience. As the former VP/Chief Membership Officer for the Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) she was responsible for membership revenue and strategies to engage and retain more than 260k business professionals and now she is leveraging that robust experience to support the success of leaders and executives.

Since launching her consultancy in 2012, and now as President and CEO of The HR Coaching and Career Institute, she has been serving as a leadership consultant to global corporations, small businesses, and non-profit organizations and their teams developing strategies that lead to greater collaboration and productivity through training and conflict coaching. Clients, who include Walmart, Pepsico, WilmerHale, The Ohio State University, AARP, ICMEC, and the American Society of Association Executives, call her to help them achieve breakthrough performance with their HR strategies, leadership initiatives, and professional careers.

She is excited about the release of her current book, Think Like a Brand!

John HallKeynote Speaker – John Hall
CEO
Influence & Co.

John Hall is the author of Top of Mind, a best-selling book published by McGraw Hill and the co-founder of Influence & Co., the largest creator and distributor of expert content to major media. Inc. has called Mr. Hall “one of the most powerful people in media who you’ve never met” and dubbed him a “must-see keynote speaker.”

Mr. Hall and his company have been recognized extensively for his contributions. He was the recipient of the EY Entrepreneur of the Year Award for Best Emerging Company in 2016 and was recognized as one of the Business Journal’s Top 100 Visionaries. Influence & Co. Ho also was ranked No. 239 on the Inc. 500 and No. 72 on Forbes’ list of the Most Promising Companies in America in 2014. Influence & Co. was also recognized at the United Nations for being Empact’s Best Marketing and Advertising Company of 2014.
Mr. Hall is consistently recognized as a top influencer, leader, and speaker. He writes weekly columns for Forbes and Inc. and has contributed to more than 50 online publications, including Harvard Business Review, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, and Mashable.


Gail HoustonGail Houston
Senior Recruiter
Intuit

Gail Houston brings over 20 years of recruiting experience working for companies like Intuit and EDS and has been a conference speaker at TalentNet, Sourcecon and Recruiting Trends. In addition, she is the Director of Education for the Dallas Fort Worth Recruiters Network where she is one of the original founders. She also is the co-lead for the Stonebriar Career Transition Network where she has trained over 18k applicants on how to find their next career. She has a degree from Texas A&M in Psychology and Marketing.

David L. JohnsonDavid L. Johnson
Partner
Butler Snow, LLP

David Johnson is a member of the Firm’s Labor and Employment Group, Appellate and Written Advocacy Group, and Intellectual Property Group and works from the firm’s Nashville office. He focuses his practice on business litigation, employment litigation, non-compete and trade secret matters, appellate issues, and intellectual property litigation.

Mr. Johnson is AV-rated by Martindale-Hubbell, and his work in labor and employment has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America® and Mid-South Super Lawyers®. He serves as Editor-in-Chief of BNA’s Employment at Will state-by-state survey treatise and is the Tennessee chapter author for BNA’s Covenants Not to Compete, Trade Secrets, and Employee Duty of Loyalty state-by-state survey treatises.

He obtained his J.D. from Vanderbilt University and is admitted to the Tennessee State Bar, the U.S. District Courts for all districts of Tennessee, the U.S. Courts of Appeals for the Sixth, Eighth and Federal Circuits and the U.S. Supreme Court.

 

Bob Kelleher

Keynote Speaker – Bob Kelleher
President and Founder
The Employee Engagement Group

Bob Kelleher is a best-selling author and consultant and travels the globe sharing his insights on employee engagement, leadership, and workforce trends. He is the author of the best-selling books Louder Than Words: 10 Practical Employee Engagement Steps That Drive Results; Creativeship, A Novel for Evolving Leaders; Employee Engagement for Dummies, and the recently released I-Engage, Your Personal Engagement Roadmap.
Mr. Kelleher can be seen or heard on national media (most recently on CNBC, CBS, NBC News, Business Week, Forbes, and Fortune), and is a frequent guest writer and contributing editor on many national publications.

Mr. Kelleher has also presented to the leadership teams of many of the world’s top companies including Lockheed Martin, Cannon, Ceridian, Dana Farber, Cumberland Farms, Gulf, TJX, The Cheesecake Factory, Prudential, Abbott Labs, Fidelity, Dale Carnegie, amongst many others.

Mr. Kelleher is also the founder and president of The Employee Engagement Group, a global survey, products, and consulting firm working with leadership teams to enhance their leadership and employee engagement effectiveness.

Before becoming a speaker, author and entrepreneur, Mr. Kelleher was the Chief Human Capital Officer for AECOM, a Fortune 500 global professional services firm, with 45,000 employees located in 450 offices throughout the world, and CHRO and COO for ENSR, a 3,000-employee global consulting firm, and now a subsidiary of AECOM. During his years at AECOM and ENSR, both designed and spearheaded award winning engagement and leadership initiatives.

 

Rob Long

Rob Long
VP Product Marketing
Workable

Rob Long, VP of Product Marketing at Workable, is responsible for Product Strategy, the most popular recruiting software for mid-size companies globally with over 6,000 customers in 80+ countries. With a background in recruiting himself, Mr. Long joined Workable in its infancy and held senior roles in Sales and Marketing before taking responsibility for product strategy.

 

 

Leslie Mason

Leslie Mason
Executive recruiter
Intuit

Leslie Mason is an Executive Recruiter and part of the award winning recruiting team at Intuit. She started as a member of the Candidate Generation team where social networking plays a large part and her focus now is on recruiting top talent for Intuit’s Executive Talent Community globally. Ms. Mason has been successful in both agency and corporate environments wearing multiple hats of project manager, sourcer, recruiter and account manager.

She is a social media enthusiast, an avid LinkedIn networker, long time blogger and an active member of several local recruiting organizations. She has been interviewed and contributed as guest blogger multiple times as a recruiting thought leader. She is a public speaker for Crossroads Career Transition workshops, a presenter for TheRecruiting Conference and TalentNetLive as well as co-hosted webinars and been featured on a live video chat on Social Media and Recruiting.

Mack Munro

Mack Munro
Founder & CEO
Boss Builders

Mack Munro is Founder and CEO of Boss Builders and is an experienced speaker, consultant, and coach who has worked with executive and management teams in companies of all types, sizes, and industries. He is also the author of How to Be a Great Boss.

He holds a Master of Arts degree in Organizational Leadership from Chapman University and a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Care Management from Southern Illinois University. He is a qualified facilitator of the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator® and has also written and developed a number of personality and behavioral assessments and online tools.

His background is primarily in Healthcare, Manufacturing, Consulting, Information Technology, Entrepreneurship, Leadership & Management, and Marketing. His typical clients come from these areas.

Prior to starting his company, Mr. Munro created training and professional development programs at U.T. Medical Group, Inc. in Memphis, TN, Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring, MD, and Contract Services Association of America in Arlington, VA. He has been an adjunct Professor of Business and Management at Vincennes University in Bremerton, WA and Crichton College in Memphis, TN. He a retired United States Navy dental technician who served tours in Australia, Guam, Long Beach, California, and Bremerton, Washington.

Mr. Munro’s clients include Pratt & Whitney, UTC Research, Qualifacts, Premier Medical Group, Munters Corporation, COCC, CU Direct, numerous Federal agencies, and all 4 branches of the United States Military.

In addition to his latest book on management development, he is also the author of: How to Win at Performance Management and 11 other business books. He has been featured as a career expert on radio, television, and printed and electronic media, including a monthly column in Men’s Fitness magazine.

Kara E. Shea

Kara E. Shea
Practice Group Leader, Labor & Employment Group
Butler Snow, LLP

Kara Shea serves as the Firm’s Labor and Employment Practice Group Leader and focuses her work on employment counseling, employment litigation. She has extensive trial and appellate experience and regularly counsels clients in financial services, healthcare and home health industries on employment law compliance. She has conducted dozens of workplace investigations for public and private employers and drafts and assists in enforcement of non-compete agreements.

Her work has been recognized by Chambers USA, The Best Lawyers in America® and Mid-South Super Lawyers®. She has been named “Best of the Bar” by Nashville Business Journal and “Nashville’s Top 101 Lawyers” by Nashville Post Magazine.

Ms. Shea obtained her J.D. from Vanderbilt University and is admitted to the State Bar of Tennessee, the U.S. Court of Appeals Sixth, Seventh, Tenth and Eleventh Circuits and the U.S. Supreme Court.

 

Marlin SmithMarlin Smith, SHRM-SCP, SPHR

Founding Partner
Mandrake HR Consulting, LLC

Marlin D. Smith is a dynamic HR professional who is passionate about helping employees and companies find common ground for success. As a founder of Mandrake HR Consulting, LLC, he has a solid background for leadership, safety, and employee culture deriving from over 15 years in human resources leadership. He believes that the key to a successful employer/employee relationship is commitment; on the part of the employer to provide the best environment for the employee to thrive, and on the part of the employee to bring the whole of their skills to the table to fulfill their given roles. He belives that when both parties bring their best, anything can happen!

Lindsay Stanton

Lindsay Stanton
Chief Client Officer
Digi-Me

Lindsay Stanton is Chief Client Officer for Digi-Me, a Video Technology Company for talent acquisition that helps organizations add new dimension to their job and employment brand messaging. In her time with the company, Ms. Stanton has facilitated relationships with many partners, including the largest recruitment advertising agencies, global recruitment process outsourcers, and staffing firms. These partnerships magnify the organization’s reach into the Global Fortune 1000, providing an effective and innovative solution to the largest global employers, including KellyOCG, TrueBlue, Aureon Staffing, Advanced RPO, USG Corporation, Prudential, and LG Electronics. A subject matter expert on the use of video technology as a recruitment tool, Ms. Stanton works closely with industry leaders, creating new and better ways to connect jobs and jobseekers.

 

Paul SlezakPaul Slezak

ofounder, Head of Marketplace
RecruitLoop

Paul Slezak is a cofounder of RecruitLoop – a global marketplace of expert sourcers and recruiters available on-demand.
With nearly 25 years in the recruitment industry and having worked for both an international publicly listed group as well as a global niche recruitment business, Mr. Slezak has been a hands-on recruiter, manager, trainer, coach, mentor, and regular speaker for the industry across Australia, the USA, Asia, and Europe.
He has seen international success in the highly competitive recruitment industry by applying his professionalism, drive and creativity to develop and deliver solutions that exceed business expectations, and push the boundaries to create innovative solutions.
He is also an avid writer and blogger. One day he would still really like to host his own talk show! He holds Bachelor of Economics from the University of Sydney and a Masters of Arts from Macquarie University.

Paul SlezakMark Tortorici
Founder, Training Expert
Transform Talent Acquisition

Mark Tortorici is an expert technical sourcer and recruiter. Since 1997, he has trained thousands of staffing professionals including those at Google, Apple, Facebook, Disney, Pinterest, Twitter, Nvidia, eBay, Yahoo, AppNexus and many other companies. He has worked in both corporate and agency roles and has also managed staffing teams with great success.

Mr. Tortorici is the Founder and Training Expert at Transform Talent Acquisition. Although he trains in every aspect of the staffing process, he is known for his sourcing methods, ability to turn technical reqs into sourcing strategies, and an easy to understand teaching style. He is also a big believer in research, learning, and technology when it comes to sourcing and recruiting. He currently resides in California with his family and also plays a veriety of instruments and sings in two bands.

Elena Valentine

Elena Valentine
CEO
Skill Scout, Inc.

Workplace storyteller, #HRAgainstLame movement builder, and design researcher, Elena Valentine spends her days leading the team at Skill Scout to bring jobs to life on video. Every workplace has a story to tell about the team, skills, environment, and output. She is passionate about bringing company and candidates’ stories to life as a way to make meaningful hiring connections. She believes that empathy is the foundation for change. And, that clear communication and storytelling is key to making that change stick. Ms. Valentine helps tell those stories to attract the right candidates for the job, and showcase candidates’ skills. As CEO, she wears many hats, but really geeks out on: new media (360, VR, POV videos, silent storytelling), partnerships, and building Skill Scout’s diverse workforce.

Angie Verros

Angie Verros
Founder
Vaia Talent

Angie Verros is the founder of Vaia Talent. A passionate, strategic and innovative talent acquisition leader, she has a unique combination of successful recruiting leadership coupled with talent brand and operations experience. She has an impeccable work ethic and proven track record of success in identifying, recruiting and hiring outstanding talent. With experience in fast-paced entrepreneurial and start-up environments, she excels at designing and implementing recruiting programs to build social and brand awareness.
In her 13-plus year career in the recruiting space, she has been responsible for managing and executing overall company talent acquisition strategy to meet firms’ high growth people needs, improve policies, procedures and tools for effective and seamless candidate sourcing. She has also led employment branding and social recruiting efforts to create candidate awareness and engagement.

Susan Vitale

Susan Vitale
Chief Marketing Officer
iCIMS

As Chief Marketing Officer at iCIMS, Susan Vitale is ultimately responsible for shaping and sharing the iCIMS story across various audiences, including prospective and existing customers, the media, industry thought leaders, employees and candidates. She is also responsible for iCIMS’ brand strategy across public relations, events, advertising, product marketing and content marketing.

After graduating from Lehigh University in 2005, Ms. Vitale began her career as a marketing coordinator at iCIMS. She quickly grew alongside the company, becoming the director of marketing, and by the age of 30 was promoted to chief marketing officer.

Ms. Vitale takes pride in converging the worlds of recruitment and marketing, and incorporating this passion into the company’s own recruitment marketing strategy. Given iCIMS’ role in talent acquisition, she has a deep understanding of how to effectively manage recruitment advertising investments, social recruiting strategies, candidate relationship management (CRM) and recruitment events. As a member of several online mentoring communities, she provides career advice and insight on finding the right career fit for young professionals. She also serves on the board of advisors at Switch, a job matching technology, and Oodi, a marketing services marketplace, and is a member of the board at NY/NJ Baykeeper Association.


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HR World 2019

 

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Three Conferences. One Venue. Unlimited Learning.
November 14-15, 2019 | Nashville, TN


We know you wear many hats at your organization, so don’t choose when it comes to your training. Get the latest recruiting, compliance, and workforce development tactics at this all-bases-covered event!

At HR World 2019 in Nashville, you will discover:

How to Use the Updated Form I-9
Better Understand New Hiring Laws
Learn New Social Media Recruiting Tips
How to Collect Talent KPIs to Measure Success
New Employee Handbook Revisions
Leave Management Tips
Employees Drug Testing Requirements
ADA Compliance Obligations
HR Recordkeeping to Stay in Compliance
The Newest Gamefication Ideas
Distributed Workforce Training
Story-Telling Approches
How to Leverage xAPI Data
The Best in Leadership Development & Coaching

 

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Workforce L&D 2019: Captivate. Motivate. Educate.

 

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November 14-15, 2019 | Nashville, TN

Want to attend HR Comply, Workforce L&D, AND RecruitCon in Fall 2019? Register for the HR World PowerPass and pick and choose your sessions across all 3 conferences. Register Today!

In this years L&D landscape, one thing is absolutely clear: enterprises of all sizes are now considering eLearning as a solution to their budget and productivity- related issues, and they are now more than ever, embracing new learning and training tools. This is why, according to Brandon Hall Group, L&D leaders will allocate future budgets to stay in line with company growth goals.

At Workforce L&D 2019, you’ll learn from the nation’s top learning and employee engagement professionals how to build a superior professional development program that supports business growth, innovation, and workforce retention.

When you attend this leading event, you will:

Access step-by-step guidance on constructing assessment questions for new training curriculum
Learn how to effectively assess your training needs to target exactly where you should invest time and resources to optimize your L&D efforts
Discover research-backed strategies for creating compelling training content that keeps your staff engaged and able to retain your message
Take away proven ROI formulas to help you sell your L&D investment to the C-suite
Hear how other high-performance companies are tackling project management road blocks, aligning SME priorities and closing feedback loops
Determine how to choose the right blended learning/modality framework to deliver formalized learning opportunities and support personal learning paths
Uncover the latest technologies available to support L&D initiatives, from augmented and virtual reality to apps and more!

 

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4th International Conference on Molecular Biology & Nucleic Acids (cse) S

4th International Conference on Molecular Biology & Nucleic Acids (cse)

 

Nucleic Acids 2019

Conference Series LLC LTD is pleased to invite the contributors across the globe on its "4th International Conference on Molecular Biology & Nucleic Acids" which is scheduled at Chicago, USA during July 29-30, 2019.

4th International Conference on Molecular Biology & Nucleic Acids conference gives a chief stage to introduce and examine key disclosures in molecular biology, nucleic acids which have impacted nearly every facet of biology with wide-ranging implications for human well-being. The overarching long-term goal of this conference is to create a scientific environment conducive to cross-disciplinary talk and trade of new thoughts by bringing together the world’s leading analysts with junior researchers, to enhance our understanding of the role of nucleic acids in biology, human health, and disease. Specific topics will include: Molecular Biology, Chemical Biology and Nucleic Acid Chemistry, DNA Replication and Genome Integrity, RNA/DNA Structure and Dynamics, Chromatin and Transcription, RNA/DNA in Cellular defence, Computational Biology, RNA/DNA Conflicts, Non-Coding RNAs, and Mechanisms of Signal Transduction, and special aspects of Molecular Medicine. The Nucleic Acids Conference is unique in bringing the RNA and DNA fields together in the field of Molecular Biology.

 

This Conference will provide a perfect platform for addressing:

  • Commendable talks by top-notch global academic community

  • Sterling workshop/symposium sessions

  • Remarkable awards and global recognition to meritorious Researchers

  • Global networking with 30+ countries

  • Novel techniques to benefit your research

  • Global networking & business opportunities

  • Exquisite platform for showcasing your products and global sponsorship

 

About Chicago:

Welcome to Chicago, a city with many colors and joy. Chicago is one of the largest and busiest cities in the United States of America. Having a wide range of attractions and famed for its bold architecture, with a population around 2,695,598 and rank 3rd largest city in the USA. Chicago contributes the third largest gross metropolitan product in the United States at US$571billion. With over 2.8 million residents, it is known to be the most populous city in the state of Illinois and the Midwest.

Chicago is known to be the third most populous city in the United States. The city is equipped with an international hub for finance, commerce, industry, technology, telecommunications, and transportation; with O'Hare International Airport being the busiest airport in the world. Chicago was known and listed as an alpha global city by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network. Chicago is being recognized as the major world financial center, with the second largest central business district in the USA.

The city is famous and also renowned for its museums, including the Art Institute and its wide expansive collections, including noted Impressionist works. Chicago is one of the major transportation hubs in the United States. It is an important contributor to global distribution, as it is the third largest inter-modal port in the world after Singapore and Hong Kong.

 

Details of Molecular Biology & Nucleic Acids 2019 in Chicago:

Conference Series LLC Ltd is organizing Molecular Biology & Nucleic Acids in 2019 in Chicago, USA. We organize Biochemistry Meetings in the fields related to Enzymology, Epigenetics, Protein Engineering, Antibody Engineering, and Industrial Biochemistry like Structural, Molecular, Cell, Plant, and Animal.


Sessions/Tracks

Session 1: Molecular Biology and Molecular Genetics

Molecular biology is a branch of biology that describes the molecular basis of biological activity between biomolecules in the various biological systems of a cell, including the interactions between DNA, RNA, proteins and their biosynthesis. Molecular genetics is the field of biology that basically studies the structure and function of genes at a molecular level and thus focusses methods of both molecular biology and genetics. This is beneficial in the study of developmental biology in understanding & treating genetic diseases.

 

Session 2: DNA Transcription, Replication, and Segregation

DNA Replication which is the basis of biological inheritance starts with the division of a cell into two daughter cells and in this process a double-stranded DNA molecule is copied to generate two identical copies of DNA. Researchers are continuing with genome-wide studies in DNA Replication which is resulting in may novel research. Many Universities worldwide are carrying out researches in the field of DNA Replication and Genetic Recombination. Being specific are The Penn State University, The Rockefeller University, Massachusetts General Hospital, University of Washington where many capable and talented Scientists are working in this field.

 

Session 3: Genome Dynamics and Mutagenesis

The research focusses on DNA replication origins, describing the ways and procedures how they are specified and regulated during the cell cycle on homologous recombination during meiosis, including telomere and centromere structure and function and on the regulation of the activities of transposable elements by non-coding RNAs. It also describes how the genetic information is read throughout the regulation of gene expressions.

 

Session 4: Genome integrity and Chromosome Dynamics

Genome integrity is essential for organism survival and for the inheritance of other traits to their offspring’s. Genomic instability is generally caused by DNA damage, aberrant DNA replication or irregular cell division, which generally lead to chromosomal aberrations and other gene mutations.

 

Session 5: Human Statistical Genetics

Human Statistical genetics is a modern day scientific field focussed on the development and application of statistical methods for drawing inferences from genetic data in various studies. Statistical genetics is the study of genetic variation and it is focussed and concerned with the analysis of genetic data basically human. Statisticians play an important and vital role in the analysis and the design of genetic studies. Statistical genetics overlaps with fields such as bioinformatics, biomathematics, biology, epidemiology, genetics, etc. Scientists and researchers in this field have worked and are working on methods in linkage analysis, allelic association tests, gene statement array data analysis, sequence analysis, comparative genomics, and phylogenetic tree reconstruction, etc.

 

Session 6: Molecular Engineering & Modelling

Molecular engineering involves the creation of molecules & the development of new products from them. Molecular engineering is highly interdisciplinary by nature, encompassing aspects of chemical engineering, bioengineering, materials science, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, physics, and chemistry. The field is particularly important for scientific materials research & pharmaceuticals, as it is employed as a sophisticated form of chemical engineering. Molecular engineering is a dynamic & evolving field with complex target problems; breakthroughs require sophisticated and creative engineers who are conversant across disciplines.

Molecular modeling includes all theoretical, methods and computational used to model or mimic the behavior of molecules. The methods are used in the fields of drug design, computational biology, computational chemistry & materials science to study molecular systems ranging from small chemical systems to large biological molecules and material assemblies. Quick calculations can be achieved by hand, but inevitably supercomputers are required to perform molecular modeling of any reasonably sized system. The common feature of molecular modelling methods is the atomistic level description of the molecular systems. This may include treating atoms as the smallest individual unit or explicitly modelling electrons of each atom.

 

Session 7: DNA Damage and Repair

DNA is known to be a highly stable and versatile molecule. Though sometimes some damages are caused to it, it is able to maintain the integrity of the information which is contained in it. The safeguard of genetic material from generation to generation depends upon keeping the rates of mutation at a very low level. DNA has many elaborate and efficient mechanisms to repair any damage or distortion. The most frequent sources of damage to DNA are the erroneousness in DNA replication and chemical changes in DNA. Malfunction and regulations of the process of replication can lead to incorporation of wrong bases, which are mismatched with the complementary strand. The damage causing chemicals break the backbone of the strand and lead to chemically alter the bases. Alkylation, oxidation and methylation cause damage to bases. X-rays and gamma radiations also cause single or double-stranded breaks in DNA.

 

Session 8: RNA Editing and Interference

RNA editing is a molecular technique through which certain cells can make discrete changes to specific nucleotide sequences within an RNA molecule after it has been generated by RNA polymerase. RNA editing has been observed in the RNA sequences of viruses, archaea, and prokaryotes. RNA editing occurs in the cell nucleus and cytosol, as well as within mitochondria and plastids. In vertebrates, editing is rare & usually consists of a minor amount of changes to the sequence of affected molecules. Two types of small ribonucleic acid (RNA) molecules – microRNA (miRNA) and small interfering RNA (siRNA) – are central to RNA interference. The study of RNA interference incudes its variation among organisms, cellular mechanisms, biological functions like up-regulation of genes, immunity, down-regulation of genes and its applications in gene knockdown, functional genomics, medicine, and biotechnology. The University of Albany situated at New York is rigorously involved towards all the novel research on RNA. The RNA Institute maintained by Dr.Paul Agris (University at Albany) is the best-known platform for carrying out RNA analysis.

 

Session 9: Recombinant DNA Technology

Recombinant DNA technology mainly focusses on joining together of DNA molecules from two different species that are inserted into a host organism to produce new genetic combinations that provide value to science, medicine, agriculture, and industry and also other therapeutic areas. Since the focus of all genetics is the gene, the primary and fundamental goal of laboratory research experts is to isolate, characterize, alter and manipulate genes.

 

Session 10: RNA Processing and Protein Synthesis

RNA splicing is a process in which introns are removed and exons are joined prior to translation. In other words, RNA splicing is a modification of the nascent pre-messenger RNA (pre-mRNA) transcript. To address the questions and other aspects of mRNA synthesis and processing, many researchers turned to the study of DNA viruses that infect animal cells in culture. RNA processing refers to any alteration made to RNA between its transcription & its concluding function in the cell. These processing steps include the removal of extra sections of RNA, specific modifications of RNA bases, and modifications of the ends of the RNA. Being Specific, The University of Manchester, Yale Center for RNA science and Medicine, Rutgers University are working in this field for bringing out many challenging results.

Protein synthesis is one of the most fundamental biological processes by which individual cells build their specific proteins. Within the process are involved both DNA & different in their function ribonucleic acids (RNA). The process is initiated in the cell’s nucleus, where specific enzymes unwind the needed section of DNA, which makes the DNA in this region accessible and an RNA copy can be made. This RNA molecule then changes from the nucleus to the cell cytoplasm, where the definite process of protein synthesis occurs.

 

Session 11: Alternate Nucleic Acid Structures

DNA and RNA have great chemical similarities in their structures. In their basic and primary structures, both are linear polymers composed of monomers (single chemical units), which are called nucleotides. DNA and RNA each generally consists of only four different nucleotides. All nucleotides have a common and basic structure: a phosphate group linked by a phosphodiester bond to a pentose (a five-carbon sugar molecule) that in turn is linked to an organic base. In RNA, the pentose is ribose and in DNA, it is deoxyribose. The only vital difference in the nucleotides of DNA and RNA is that one of the four organic bases differs between the two polymers. The bases adenine, guanine, and cytosine are found in both DNA and RNA and thymine is found only in DNA, and uracil is found only in RNA. It’s been known for some time that the DNA molecule can bend and flex something like a rope ladder just the way they were originally and earlier described by James Watson and Francis Crick, who proposed the spiral-staircase structure in 1953 but some discoveries have revealed alternative structures which are more to be studied.

 

Session 12: Computational Molecular Biology

It deals with the major issues concerning analysis of genomes, sequences, and structures. This course introduces the basic computational methods used to understand the cell on a molecular level. It covers subjects such as the sequence alignment algorithms: dynamic programming, hashing, suffix trees, and Gibbs sampling. Furthermore, it focuses on computational approaches to genetic and physical mapping; genome sequencing, assembly, and annotation; RNA expression and secondary structure; protein structure and folding; and molecular interactions and dynamics.

 

Session 13: Personalized Medicine

It deals with the major issues concerning analysis of genomes, sequences, and their structures. This topic and area introduce the basic computational methods used to understand and analyze the cell on a molecular level. It widely covers subjects such as the sequence alignment algorithms: dynamic programming, hashing, suffix trees, and Gibbs sampling. Furthermore, it focuses on other computational approaches to genetic; genome sequencing physical mapping, assembly, and annotation; RNA expression and secondary structure; protein structure and folding; and molecular interactions and dynamics. Personalized medicine may be considered an extension of several traditional approaches to understanding them and treating disease on various levels. Personalized medicine has the stable potential to change the way we think about, identify and manage health problems which are very much wide in modern health society.

 

Session 14: Advancements in Genetic Diseases

Genetic engineering is widely practiced and researched, a technology which is transforming our world, for thousands of years on a wide range of plants, animals, and microorganism and have applications in the field of medicine, therapeutics, research, industry, and agriculture. A genetic disorder is a disease that is mainly caused by a change, alteration or mutation in an individual’s DNA. Mainly there are three types of genetic disorders, single-gene disorders, chromosomal disorders, and multifactorial disorders and keeping in mind all these aspects various advancements in this area is focussed by the researchers these days.

 

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6th International Conference on Theoretical, Materials and Condensed Matter Physics

6th International Conference on Theoretical, Materials and Condensed Matter Physics

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Condensed Matter Physics 2019

Conference series LLC Ltd is organizing Condensed Matter Physics Conference in 2019 at Chicago, Illinois, USA. We organize Physics Meetings in the fields related to Condensed Matter Physics, Theoretical Physics, Materials,Nanomaterials and Nanotechnology, Solid State Physics, Quantum Physics , Superconductivity and Superfluidity, Graphene, Organic Electronics and Bio-Physics.

Details of Condensed Matter Physics 2019 in USA

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Condensed Matter Physics 2019


Chicago, Illinois, USA


October 07-08, 2019



With the successful journey of Condensed Matter Physics 2018 conference in Los Angeles, Conference Series planned to continue its Condensed Matter Physics conference series saga in Chicago, Illinois, USA during October 07-08, 2019.

On this auspicious occasion, Conference Series LLC Ltd invites the participants from all over the globe to take part in the 6th International Conference on Theoretical, Materials and Condensed Matter Physics at Chicago, Illinois, USA during October 07-08, 2019.

Scientific Tracks designed for this conference will enable the attendees and participants to learn extremes.

Importance Scope:

The field of Theoretical, Materials and Condensed Matter Physics have not only helped the development in different fields in science and technology but also contributed towards the improvement of the quality of human life to a great extent. All this has become possible with the different discoveries and inventions leading to the development of various applications. The core aim of Condensed Matter Physics 2019 conference is to provide an opportunity for the delegates to meet, interact and exchange new ideas in the various areas of Theoretical, Materials and Condensed Matter Physics.

Why to attend Condensed Matter Physics 2019?

Condensed Matter Physics Conference paves a platform to globalize the research by installing a dialogue between industries and academic organizations and knowledge transfer from research to industry. Condensed Matter Physics 2019 aims in proclaim knowledge and share new ideas amongst the professionals, industrialists and students from research areas of Theoretical, Materials and Condensed Matter Physics to share their research experiences and indulge in interactive discussions and special sessions at the event.

Target Audience:

Eminent Scientists/Research Professors in the field of Theoretical, Materials and Condensed Matter Physics
Junior/Senior research fellows in Theoretical, Materials and Condensed Matter Physics, Students
Directors of Physics companies
Physics Engineers
Members of different Theoretical, Materials and Condensed Matter Physics associations.

Sessions/Tracks

Conference Series LLC Ltd invites all participants across the world to join 6th International Conference on Theoretical, Materials and Condensed Matter Physics which is going to be held during October 07-09, 2019 at Chicago, USA

Theme: “Pioneering Global Synopsis in the Advancements of Condensed Matter Physics”

Condensed Matter Physics 2019 is a trending event which brings together efficient international academic scientists, young researchers, and students making the congress a perfect platform to share experience, gain and evaluate emerging technologies in Theoretical, Materials and Condensed Matter Physics across the globe. Initiation of cross-border co-operations between scientists and institutions will be also facilitated. This conference provides three days of great opportunity to discuss on recent approaches and advancements for development of new techniques for Condensed Matter Physics.

Condensed Matter Physics:

Condensed Matter Physicists study how matter arises from a large number of interacting electrons and atoms, and what physical properties it has as a result of these interactions. The field of condensed matter physics explores the macroscopic and microscopic properties of matter. The main attention is waged to physics of solid, liquid and, phase equilibria, amorphous systems and phase transitions, electric, magnetic, thermal, structural and optical properties of condensed Matter Physics.

Condensed Matter Physics conferences | Materials Science meetings | Theoretical Physics conferences

11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics, October 07-09, 2019 | Chicago, Illinois, USA ; 2nd International conference on Atomic, Nuclear and Plasma Physics, September 25-26, 2019 Hong Kong ; 6th World Congress on Physics, May 13-14, 2019 Paris, France ; 6th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, May 16-17, 2019 Rome, Italy ; 5th International Conference on Physics, October 14-16, 2019 London, UK ; Conference on Semiconductors, MEMS/NEMS and MOEMS 2019, February 24-28, 2019 , San Jose, California, United States ; Boulder Summer School for Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Physics, July 08-26, 2019 , Boulder, United States ; International Conference on Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, April 29 to 02 May 2019, Minneapolis, United States; Conference on Soft Condensed Matter Physics August 10-11, 2019, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, United States ; 19th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition , July 21-24, 2019 , Washington, United States; American Physical Society; Optical Society; |American Crystallographic Association; Brazilian Physical Society; Canadian Association of Physicists;| Mathematical Association of America

Theoretical Physics:

Theoretical Physics is a division of physics that employs mathematical models and abstractions of physical objects and systems to streamline, explain and predict natural phenomena. This is in divergence to experimental physics, which uses experimental tools to probe these phenomena.

Theoretical Physics conferences | Physics conferences | Condensed Matter Physics conferences

11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics, October 07-09, 2019, Chicago, Illinois, USA ; International Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, October 11-12, 2018 Dubai, UAE ; 5th International Conference on Physics, October 14-16, 2019 London, UK ; 6th World Congress on Physics, May 13-14, 2019 Paris, France ; 6th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, May 16-17, 2019 Rome, Italy ; 2nd International conference on Atomic, Nuclear and Plasma Physics, September 25-26, 2019 Hong Kong ; Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference , May 06, 2019 - May 09, 2019, Saratoga Springs, New York, United States ; Gordon Research Seminar — Soft Condensed Matter Physics Conference August 10-11, 2019, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, United States ; 19th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition , July 21-24, 2019 , Washington, United States ; International Conference on Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, April 29 to 02 May 2019, Minneapolis, United States ; Conference on Semiconductors, MEMS/NEMS and MOEMS 2019, February 24-28, 2019 , San Jose, California, United States ; Conference on Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Physics, July 08-26, 2019 , Boulder, United States; American Physical Society; Optical Society; |American Crystallographic Association; Brazilian Physical Society; Canadian Association of Physicists;| Mathematical Association of America.

Materials Physics:

Material Physics is the used to describe the physical properties of materials. It is a synthesis of physical sciences such as solid mechanics, solid state physics, and materials science. Materials physics is considered a subset of condensed matter physics and applies fundamental condensed matter concepts to complex multiphase media, including materials of technological interest.

Materials Science meetings | Condensed Matter Physics conferences | Theoretical Physics conferences

11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics, October 07-09, 2019, Chicago, Illinois, USA ; 2nd International conference on Atomic, Nuclear and Plasma Physics, September 25-26, 2019 Hong Kong ; 6th World Congress on Physics, May 13-14, 2019 Paris, France ; 6th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, May 16-17, 2019 Rome, Italy ; 5th International Conference on Physics, October 14-16, 2019 London, UK ; International Conference on Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, April 29 to 02 May 2019, Minneapolis, United States ; Conference on Semiconductors, MEMS/NEMS and MOEMS 2019, February 24-28, 2019 , San Jose, California, United States ; 19th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition , July 21-24, 2019 , Washington, United States ; Advanced Semiconductor Conference , May 06, 2019 - May 09, 2019, Saratoga Springs, New York, United States ; Conference on Soft Condensed Matter Physics August 10-11, 2019, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, United States; American Physical Society; Optical Society; |American Crystallographic Association; Brazilian Physical Society; Canadian Association of Physicists;| Mathematical Association of America

Materials Science and Engineering:

The interdisciplinary field of materials science, also commonly termed materials science and engineering, involves the discovery and design of new materials, with an prominence on solids. The intellectual origins of materials science stem from the Enlightenment, when researchers began to use logical thinking from chemistry, physics and engineering to understand early, phenomenological observations in metallurgy and mineralogy.

Materials Science meetings | Condensed Matter Physics conferences | Theoretical Physics conferences

11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics, October 07-09, 2019, Chicago, Illinois, USA ; 2nd International conference on Atomic, Nuclear and Plasma Physics, September 25-26, 2019 Hong Kong ; 6th World Congress on Physics, May 13-14, 2019 Paris, France ; 6th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, May 16-17, 2019 Rome, Italy ; 5th International Conference on Physics, October 14-16, 2019 London, UK ; International Conference on Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, April 29 to 02 May 2019, Minneapolis, United States ; Conference on Semiconductors, MEMS/NEMS and MOEMS 2019, February 24-28, 2019 , San Jose, California, United States ; 19th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition , July 21-24, 2019 , Washington, United States ; Advanced Semiconductor Conference , May 06, 2019 - May 09, 2019, Saratoga Springs, New York, United States ; Conference on Soft Condensed Matter Physics August 10-11, 2019, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, United States; American Physical Society; Optical Society; |American Crystallographic Association; Brazilian Physical Society; Canadian Association of Physicists;| Mathematical Association of America

Meta Materials and Magnetic Materials:

Meta Materials are made from gatherings of multiple elements shaped from composite materials such as metals or plastics. Magnetic materials are those materials that can be either involved or resisted when placed in an external magnetic field and can be magnetized themselves.

Materials Science meetings | Condensed Matter Physics conferences | Theoretical Physics conferences

11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics, October 07-09, 2019, Chicago, Illinois, USA ; 6th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, May 16-17, 2019 Rome, Italy ; 5th International Conference on Physics, October 14-16, 2019 London, UK ; International Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, October 11-12, 2018 Dubai, UAE ; 2nd International conference on Atomic, Nuclear and Plasma Physics, September 25-26, 2019 Hong Kong ; Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference , May 06- 09, 2019, Saratoga Springs, New York, United States ; International Conference on Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, April 29 to 02 May 2019, Minneapolis, United States ; 19th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition , July 21-24, 2019 , Washington, United States ; Soft Condensed Matter Physics Conference August 10-11, 2019, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, United States ; Semiconductors Conference, MEMS/NEMS and MOEMS 2019, February 24-28, 2019 , San Jose, California, United States; American Physical Society; Optical Society; |American Crystallographic Association; Brazilian Physical Society; Canadian Association of Physicists;| Mathematical Association of America

Nano Materials and Nano Technology:

Nano Materials is a material having particles or elements of nanoscale dimensions, or one that is produced by nanotechnology. Nanotechnology is influence of matter on an atomic and molecular scale. The earliest widespread description of nanotechnology referred to the particular technological goal of exactly manipulating atoms and molecules for fabrication of macroscale products, also now referred to as molecular nanotechnology.

Nanotechnology conferences | Materials Science meetings | Condensed Matter Physics conferences

11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics, October 07-09, 2019 | Chicago, Illinois, USA ; 2nd International conference on Atomic, Nuclear and Plasma Physics, September 25-26, 2019 Hong Kong ; 6th World Congress on Physics, May 13-14, 2019 Paris, France ; 6th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, May 16-17, 2019 Rome, Italy ; 5th International Conference on Physics, October 14-16, 2019 London, UK ; Conference on Semiconductors, MEMS/NEMS and MOEMS 2019, February 24-28, 2019 , San Jose, California, United States ; Boulder Summer School for Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Physics, July 08-26, 2019 , Boulder, United States ; International Conference on Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, April 29 to 02 May 2019, Minneapolis, United States; Conference on Soft Condensed Matter Physics August 10-11, 2019, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, United States ; 19th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition , July 21-24, 2019 , Washington, United States; American Physical Society; Optical Society; |American Crystallographic Association; Brazilian Physical Society; Canadian Association of Physicists;| Mathematical Association of America

Solid State Physics:

Solid-State Physics is the study of rigid matter, or solids, through methods such as quantum mechanics, crystallography and electromagnetism. It is the largest division of condensed Matter Physics. Solid-state physics studies how the large-scale properties of solid materials result from their atomic-scale properties. Thus, solid-state physics forms a theoretic basis of materials science.

Theoretical Physics conferences | Physics conferences | Condensed Matter Physics conferences

11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics, October 07-09, 2019, Chicago, Illinois, USA ; International Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, October 11-12, 2018 Dubai, UAE ; 5th International Conference on Physics, October 14-16, 2019 London, UK ; 6th World Congress on Physics, May 13-14, 2019 Paris, France ; 6th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, May 16-17, 2019 Rome, Italy ; 2nd International conference on Atomic, Nuclear and Plasma Physics, September 25-26, 2019 Hong Kong ; Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference , May 06, 2019 - May 09, 2019, Saratoga Springs, New York, United States ; Gordon Research Seminar — Soft Condensed Matter Physics Conference August 10-11, 2019, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, United States ; 19th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition , July 21-24, 2019 , Washington, United States ; International Conference on Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, April 29 to 02 May 2019, Minneapolis, United States ; Conference on Semiconductors, MEMS/NEMS and MOEMS 2019, February 24-28, 2019 , San Jose, California, United States ; Conference on Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Physics, July 08-26, 2019 , Boulder, United States; American Physical Society; Optical Society; |American Crystallographic Association; Brazilian Physical Society; Canadian Association of Physicists;| Mathematical Association of America

Quantum Physics and High Energy Physics:

Quantum Theory is the theoretical basis of modern physics that explains the nature and performance of matter and energy on the atomic and subatomic level. High Energy Physics is also known as Particle Physics is a branch of physics that studies the nature of the particles.

Condensed Matter Physics conferences | Materials Science meetings | Theoretical Physics conferences

11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics, October 07-09, 2019 | Chicago, Illinois, USA ; 2nd International conference on Atomic, Nuclear and Plasma Physics, September 25-26, 2019 Hong Kong ; 6th World Congress on Physics, May 13-14, 2019 Paris, France ; 6th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, May 16-17, 2019 Rome, Italy ; 5th International Conference on Physics, October 14-16, 2019 London, UK ; Conference on Semiconductors, MEMS/NEMS and MOEMS 2019, February 24-28, 2019 , San Jose, California, United States ; Boulder Summer School for Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Physics, July 08-26, 2019 , Boulder, United States ; International Conference on Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, April 29 to 02 May 2019, Minneapolis, United States; Conference on Soft Condensed Matter Physics August 10-11, 2019, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, United States ; 19th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition , July 21-24, 2019 , Washington, United States; American Physical Society; Optical Society; |American Crystallographic Association; Brazilian Physical Society; Canadian Association of Physicists;| Mathematical Association of America.

Superconductivity and Super fluidity:

Superconductivity is a phenomenon of exactly zero electrical resistance and expulsion of magnetic flux fields occurring in certain materials, called superconductors, when cooled below a specific critical temperature. Superfluidity is the characteristic property of a fluid with zero viscosity which therefore flows without loss of kinetic energy. When moved, a superfluid forms cellular vortices that continue to rotate indefinitely.

Theoretical Physics conferences | Physics conferences | Condensed Matter Physics conferences

11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics, October 07-09, 2019, Chicago, Illinois, USA ; International Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, October 11-12, 2018 Dubai, UAE ; 5th International Conference on Physics, October 14-16, 2019 London, UK ; 6th World Congress on Physics, May 13-14, 2019 Paris, France ; 6th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, May 16-17, 2019 Rome, Italy ; 2nd International conference on Atomic, Nuclear and Plasma Physics, September 25-26, 2019 Hong Kong ; Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference , May 06, 2019 - May 09, 2019, Saratoga Springs, New York, United States ; Gordon Research Seminar — Soft Condensed Matter Physics Conference August 10-11, 2019, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, United States ; 19th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition , July 21-24, 2019 , Washington, United States ; International Conference on Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, April 29 to 02 May 2019, Minneapolis, United States ; Conference on Semiconductors, MEMS/NEMS and MOEMS 2019, February 24-28, 2019 , San Jose, California, United States ; Conference on Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Physics, July 08-26, 2019 , Boulder, United States; American Physical Society; Optical Society; |American Crystallographic Association; Brazilian Physical Society; Canadian Association of Physicists;| Mathematical Association of America

Graphene:

Graphene is a rapidly on the horizon of materials science and condensed-matter physics. This strictly two-dimensional material exhibits exceptionally high crystal and electronic quality, and, despite its short history, has already revealed an abundance of new physics and potential applications.

Nanotechnology conferences | Materials Science meetings | Condensed Matter Physics conferences

11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics, October 07-09, 2019, Chicago, Illinois, USA ; 2nd International conference on Atomic, Nuclear and Plasma Physics, September 25-26, 2019 Hong Kong ; 6th World Congress on Physics, May 13-14, 2019 Paris, France ; 6th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, May 16-17, 2019 Rome, Italy ; 5th International Conference on Physics, October 14-16, 2019 London, UK ; International Conference on Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, April 29 to 02 May 2019, Minneapolis, United States ; Conference on Semiconductors, MEMS/NEMS and MOEMS 2019, February 24-28, 2019 , San Jose, California, United States ; 19th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition , July 21-24, 2019 , Washington, United States ; Advanced Semiconductor Conference , May 06, 2019 - May 09, 2019, Saratoga Springs, New York, United States ; Conference on Soft Condensed Matter Physics August 10-11, 2019, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, United States; American Physical Society; Optical Society; |American Crystallographic Association; Brazilian Physical Society; Canadian Association of Physicists;| Mathematical Association of America

Organic Electronics:

Organic Electronics is a field of materials science concerning the design, characterization, and application of organic polymers that show desirable electronic properties such as conductivity. Unlike conventional inorganic conductors and semiconductors, organic electronic materials are constructed polymers using synthetic strategies developed in the polymer chemistry.

Materials Science meetings | Condensed Matter Physics conferences | Nanotechnology conferences

11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics, October 07-09, 2019, Chicago, Illinois, USA ; 2nd International conference on Atomic, Nuclear and Plasma Physics, September 25-26, 2019 Hong Kong ; 6th World Congress on Physics, May 13-14, 2019 Paris, France ; 6th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, May 16-17, 2019 Rome, Italy ; 5th International Conference on Physics, October 14-16, 2019 London, UK ; Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference , May 06-09, 2019, Saratoga Springs, New York, United States ; Conference on Semiconductors, MEMS/NEMS and MOEMS 2019, February 24-28, 2019 , San Jose, California, United State ; International Conference on Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, April 29 to 02 May 2019, Minneapolis, United State ; 19th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition , July 21-24, 2019 , Washington, United States ; Conference on Soft Condensed Matter Physics August 10-11, 2019, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, United States; American Physical Society; Optical Society; |American Crystallographic Association; Brazilian Physical Society; Canadian Association of Physicists;| Mathematical Association of America

Theoretical and Experimental study of Soft Matter:

Soft Matter is a subfield of Condensed Matter comprising a variety of physical systems that are structurally reformed by thermal or mechanical stress of the magnitude of thermal fluctuations. They include liquids, colloids, polymers, granular materials and liquid crystals. Soft materials are important in a wide range of technological applications.

Theoretical Physics conferences | Physics conferences | Condensed Matter Physics conferences

11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics, October 07-09, 2019 | Chicago, Illinois, USA ; 2nd International conference on Atomic, Nuclear and Plasma Physics, September 25-26, 2019 Hong Kong ; 6th World Congress on Physics, May 13-14, 2019 Paris, France ; 6th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, May 16-17, 2019 Rome, Italy ; 5th International Conference on Physics, October 14-16, 2019 London, UK ; Conference on Semiconductors, MEMS/NEMS and MOEMS 2019, February 24-28, 2019 , San Jose, California, United States ; Boulder Summer School for Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Physics, July 08-26, 2019 , Boulder, United States ; International Conference on Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, April 29 to 02 May 2019, Minneapolis, United States; Conference on Soft Condensed Matter Physics August 10-11, 2019, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, United States ; 19th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition , July 21-24, 2019 , Washington, United States; American Physical Society; Optical Society; |American Crystallographic Association; Brazilian Physical Society; Canadian Association of Physicists;| Mathematical Association of America

Biophysics and New Dimensions in Technology:

Biophysics is an interdisciplinary science that applies the methods of physics to study biological systems. Biophysics covers all scales of biological organization. Biophysical research shares significant overlap with biochemistry, physicalchemistry, nanotechnology, bioengineering, computational biology and biomechanics.

Quantum Physics conferences | Condensed Matter Physics conferences | Theoretical Physics conferences

11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics, October 07-09, 2019, Chicago, Illinois, USA ; International Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials, October 11-12, 2018 Dubai, UAE ; 5th International Conference on Physics, October 14-16, 2019 London, UK ; 6th World Congress on Physics, May 13-14, 2019 Paris, France ; 6th International Conference on Theoretical and Applied Physics, May 16-17, 2019 Rome, Italy ; 2nd International conference on Atomic, Nuclear and Plasma Physics, September 25-26, 2019 Hong Kong ; Advanced Semiconductor Manufacturing Conference , May 06, 2019 - May 09, 2019, Saratoga Springs, New York, United States ; Gordon Research Seminar — Soft Condensed Matter Physics Conference August 10-11, 2019, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, United States ; 19th International Conference on Atomic Layer Deposition , July 21-24, 2019 , Washington, United States ; International Conference on Compound Semiconductor Manufacturing Technology, April 29 to 02 May 2019, Minneapolis, United States ; Conference on Semiconductors, MEMS/NEMS and MOEMS 2019, February 24-28, 2019 , San Jose, California, United States ; Conference on Condensed Matter Physics and Materials Physics, July 08-26, 2019 , Boulder, United States; American Physical Society; Optical Society; |American Crystallographic Association; Brazilian Physical Society; Canadian Association of Physicists;| Mathematical Association of America

Advanced Materials and Functional Devices:

The Advanced Materials Industry includes a full cycle form materials extraction and primary production. The development of advanced materials is associated with the generation of recent knowledge and intellectual property, a combination of the association with advanced materials .The Advanced materials directorate has in the past financial year developed a baseline study on the sector in south Africa.

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11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics

11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics

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Optics Conference 2019

Details of Optics Conferences 2019 in USA:
Conference series LLC Ltd is organizing Optics Conference in 2019 at Chicago, USA. We organize Physics Meetings in the fields related to Optics, Laser Systems and Advancements in Photonics, Nanophotonics & Biophotonics, Quantum Science & Technology, Fiber Laser Technology, Surface Enhanced Spectroscopy and Optoelectronics.

Conference Name


Place


Date

Optics 2019


Chicago, Illions, USA


October 07-09, 2019

With the successful journey of Optics 2018 conferences in Los Angeles, USA, Conference Series planned to continue its Optics conference series saga in Chicago, USA during October 07-09, 2019.

On this felicitous occasion, Conference Series invites the participants from all over the globe to take part in the 11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics at Chicago, USA during October 07-09, 2019.

The theme of the conference highlights “An insight into the Recent Research and cutting-edge Technologies in Lasers, Optics and Photonics”. Scientific Tracks designed for this conference will enable the attendees and participants to learn extremes.

Importance & Scope:

The field of Lasers, Optics and Photonics have not only helped the development in different fields in science and technology but also contributed towards the improvement of the quality of human life to a great extent. All this has become possible with the different discoveries and inventions leading to the development of various applications. The core aim of Optics 2018 conference is to provide an opportunity for the delegates to meet, interact and exchange new ideas in the various fields of Lasers, Optics and Photonics.

Why to attend Optics 2019?

Optics Conference paves a platform to globalize the research by installing a dialogue between industries and academic organizations and knowledge transfer from research to industry. Optics 2019 aims in proclaim knowledge and share new ideas amongst the professionals, industrialists and students from research areas of Lasers, Optics and Photonics to share their research experiences and indulge in interactive discussions and special sessions at the event.

Target Audience:

Eminent Scientists/Research Professors in the field of lasers, Optics & photonics
Junior/Senior research fellows in Lasers, Optics & photonics, Students
Directors of Photonics companies
Photonics Engineers
Members of different Lasers, Optics and Photonics associations.

Sessions/Tracks

Conference Series LLC Ltd invites you to the Garden city of Chicago, USA for the “11th International Conference and Exhibition on Lasers, Optics & Photonics” during October 07-09, 2019. The theme of the conference “An insight into the Recent Research and cutting-edge Technologies in Lasers, Optics and Photonics” which is designed to provide a platform for best discussion and networking as well as explore the new advancements related to the application of Lasers, Optics & Photonics technology to various fields related to industries. The conference sessions will focus on topics mentioned below:

Track 1: Laser Systems

LASER stands for light amplification by stimulated emission of radiation. We all know that light is an electromagnetic wave. Each wave has its own brightness and colour, and vibrates at a certain angle, called polarization. This theory also applies to laser light but it is more parallel than any other light source. Every part of the beam has almost exact same direction and so the beam will diverge very little. With a good laser an object at a distance of 1 km can be illuminated with a dot about 60 mm in radius. As it is so parallel, it can be focused to very small diameters where concentration of light energy becomes so high that you can drill, cut, or turn with the ray. It is also possible to illuminate and examine very tiny details with the lasers, thus it is used in surgical applications and CD players as also. It can also be made very monochromic, thus only one light wavelength is present. This is not the instance with the ordinary light sources. White light contains all colours in the spectrum, but even a coloured light, such as a red LED contains a repeated interval of red wavelengths.

Track 2: Optics and Lasers in Medicine

There are some surgical operations that are perplexing to perform with the conventional scalpel. Initial trials with laser beam showed that a finely focused beam from a carbon dioxide gas laser could cut through human tissue effortlessly and neatly. The surgeon could direct the beam from any angle by using a mirror attached on a movable metal arm. Therefore, now a day’s laser beam is the most desirable tool which is used as a standby for the conventional blade to perform difficult surgeries. Lasers were considered as most effective in operating on parts that are easy to reach-areas on the body's exterior, including the ears, skin, mouth, eyes and nose. But in recent years doctors have established the remarkable progress in emerging laser techniques for use in internal exploration and surgery. For illustration lasers are gradually used to clean plaque from people's arteries.

Track 3: Optoelectronics

Optoelectronics is the field of technology that associates the physics of light with electricity. It incorporates the design, study and manufacture of hardware devices that convert electrical signals into photon signals and photons signals to electrical signals. Any device that operates as an electrical-to-optical or optical-to-electrical is considered an optoelectronic device. Optoelectronics is built up on the quantum mechanical effects of light on electronic materials, sometimes in the presence of electric fields, especially semiconductors. Optoelectronic technologies comprise of laser systems, remote sensing systems, fibre optic communications, optical information systems, and electric eyes medical diagnostic systems.

Track 4: Optical Communications and Networking

Optical communications networks are enhancing a vital role such as there is high demand for capacity links. DWDM which means dense wavelength division multiplexing is widely deployed at the core networks to deliver high capacity transport systems. Optical components such as, tuneable filters, termination devices, optical amplifiers transceivers, and add-drop multiplexers are becoming more trustworthy and affordable. Access network and metropolitan area networks are increasingly built with optical technologies to overcome the electronic blockage at network edges. Subsystems and new components for very high speed optical networks offer a new design options. Free-space optical communication has been arranged in space, while terrestrial forms are naturally limited by weather, geography and the availability of light.

Track 5: Advancements in Photonics

The word photonics developed as an outgrowth of the first practical semiconductor light emitters invented in the early 1960s and opticalfibers developed in the 1970s. It also relates to the emerging science of quantum information. Photonics science includes the emission, generation, modulation, transmission; signal processing, amplification, switching, and detection/sensing of light. However covering all light technical applications over the whole spectrum, most photonic applications are in the range of near-infrared light and visible. Other emergent fields include opt-atomics, in which it integrates both photonic and atomic devices for applications such as precision timekeeping, metrology, navigation and Polari tonics, which vary from photonics in that the fundamental information carrier is a polarizing, which is a mixture of phonons and photons, and operates in the range of frequencies from 300 gigahertz to almost 10 terahertz.

Track 6: Nano photonics and Bio photonics

Nano photonics is the study of the behaviour of light on the Nano meter scale, and of the interaction of Nano meter-scale objects with light. It is a branch of optics, electrical engineering, and nanotechnology. It often involves metallic components, which can transport and focus light by means of surface Plasmon polarities. Bio photonics can also be described as the advance and application of optical techniques particularly imaging, to study of biological molecules, tissue and cells. One of the main benefits of using optical techniques which make up bio photonics is that they reserve the reliability of the biological cells being examined, i.e. scattering material, on a microscopic or macroscopic scale

Track 7: Quantum Science and Technology

A quantum sensor is the device that exploits quantum correlations such as quantum entanglement to achieve sensitivity or the resolution that is better than can attain using only classical systems. A quantum sensor can measure effect of quantum state of alternative system by itself. The simple act of measurement influences quantum state and varies the probability and the uncertainty associated with its state during measurement. Quantum sensor is the term used in other settings wherever entangled quantum systems are browbeaten to make better more sensitive magnetometers or atomic clocks. Quantum Photonics is to explore the fundamental features of quantum mechanics and also the work towards future photonic quantum technologies by manipulating, generating and measuring single photons as well as the quantum systems that emit photons. The market for quantum dots built products such as new television screens is projected to reach $3.5 billion by 2020. The majority of this growth will come from increased demand in the US.

Track 8: Technologies in Lasers, Optics and Photonics

Lasers emit high-intensity light beams. In laser and optical technologies, professionals channel these beams for use in scientific instruments, engineering, biomedical research, communication and medicine. Furthermore, laser and optical technology can further the fields of medicine, science and engineering through the development and application of new technologies.

Track 9: Applications and Trends in Optics and Photonics

Applications of photonics are abundant. They include in our everyday life to the most advanced science, e.g. information processing , light detection, spectroscopy , telecommunications, lighting , information processing, lighting, metrology, laser material processing , spectroscopy, medicine, military technology, bio photonics, agriculture, robotics, and visual art.

Track 10: Fiber Laser Technology

Fiber lasers are basically different from other laser types; in a fiber laser the active medium that produces the laser beam is actually isolated within the fiber optic itself. This discriminates them from fiber-delivered lasers where the beam is merely transported from the laser resonator to the beam delivery optics. Fiber lasers are now widely known because of its most focusable or highest brightness of any laser type. The essentially scalable concept of fiber lasers has been used to scale multimode fiber lasers up to the output power greater than 50 kW and single mode fiber lasers capable of 10kW in power. Optical imaging is an imaging technique that usually describes the behaviour of visible, ultraviolet, and infrared light used in imaging. Since light is an electromagnetic wave, similar portents occur in X-rays, microwaves, radio waves.

Track 11: Optical Physics

Optical physics is a study of atomics and molecules. It is the study of electromagnetic radiation, the interaction and the properties of that radiation, with matter, especially its manipulation and control. It differs from general optics and optical engineering, however among optical physics, applied optics, and optical engineering, the applications of applied optics and the devices of optical engineering are necessary for basic research in optical physics, and that research takes to the development of new devices and applications. Major study in optical physics is also keen to quantum optics and coherence. In optical physics, research is also stimulated in areas such as ultra-short electromagnetic fields, the nonlinear response of isolated atoms to intense, quantum properties of the electromagnetic field, and the atom-cavity interaction at high fields

Track 12: Optical Fiber

An optical fiber is a flexible as well as transparent fiber made by silica glass or plastic to a diameter slightly thicker than that of a human hair. Optical fibers are used mostly to transmit light between the two ends of the fiber and widely used in fiber-optic communications, unlike cable wires optical fiber permits transmission over longer distances and at higher bandwidths than wire cables. Instead of metal wires fibers are used because signals travel along them with lesser amounts of loss; in addition to this fibers are also safe to electromagnetic interference, a problem to which metal wires suffer excessively. Specially designed fibers are also used for a various other applications, some of them being fiber lasers and fiber optic sensors.

Track 13: Surface Enhanced Spectroscopy (SES)

Surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) or Surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy is a surface sensitive technique which enhances Raman scattering by the molecules adsorbed on the rough metal surfaces or by the nanostructures such as plasmonic magnetic silica nanotubes and the enhancement factor can be as much as 1010 to 1011, which means the technique may detect single molecules. The mechanism of enhancement effect of SERS is a matter of debate in the literature. There are two primary theories and their mechanisms differ substantially, distinguishing them experimentally has not been forthright. The electromagnetic theory recommends the excitation of localized surface Plasmon’s, and then the chemical theory recommends the formation of charge transfer complexes. The chemical theory applies only for the species that have formed a chemical bond with surface. So it cannot explain the observed signal enhancement in all the cases, whereas electromagnetic theory can put on even in those cases where the specimen is physically absorbed only to the surface. It has been shown lately that SERS enhancement can occur even when excited molecule is relatively far apart from the surface which swarms metallic nanoparticles enabling surface Plasmon phenomena. 

AGENDA

Day 1 October 07, 2019
Opening Ceremony
Plenary & Keynote Speeches (09:00-11:30)
Networking and Refreshments Break
Speaker Session I (11:30-13:00)
Laser Systems | Optical Physics
Panel Discussion

Lunch Break

Speaker Session II (13:00-16:00)
Optoelectronics | Optical Fiber
Panel Discussion
Speaker Session III (16:00-18:00)
Optical Communications and Networking | Optical Metrology
Panel Discussion
Day 1 concludes…

Day 2 October 08, 2019
Plenary & Keynote Speeches (09:00-11:30)
Networking and Refreshments Break

Speaker Session I (11:30-13:00)
Optics and Lasers in Medicine | Advancements in Photonics
Panel Discussion
Speaker Session II (13:00-16:00)
Technologies & Applications in Lasers, Optics and Photonics
Panel Discussion
Speaker Session III (16:00-18:00)
Nanophotonics and Biophotonics | Surface Enhanced Spectroscopy (SES)
Panel Discussion
Day 2 concludes…

Day 3 October 09, 2019
Networking and Refreshments Break
Plenary & Keynote Speeches (09:00-11:30)
Speaker Session I (11:30-13:00)
Quantum Science and Technology
Panel Discussion
Speaker Session II (13:00-16:00)
Fiber Laser Technology Panel Discussion
Networking and Refreshments Break
Speaker Session III (16:00-18:00)
Poster Presentations
Best Poster Award Distribution
Day 3 concludes…

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Leadership in Higher Education Conference (mpi) S

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At each year’s Leadership in Higher Education Conference, academic leaders come together to explore groundbreaking strategies, influential trends, and best practices that define effective leadership.

The two-and-a-half-day event is designed to put the tools in your hands to develop professionally, expose you to ideas and strategies that you can apply at your school, and boost your career progress.

Through a combination of plenary addresses, concurrent sessions, and timely roundtable discussions, you’ll gain new tips, observations, and strategies from knowledgeable, recognized experts with a passion for helping you succeed. Learn captivating ways of making change and reaping productive results.

Scaled for networking, you’ll also have ample opportunities to meet with like-minded peers from across the country who shoulder the same responsibilities, ambitions, and burdens as you do. Share ideas and connect with others in this collaborative environment.

The Leadership in Higher Education Conference brings together—at one place and at one time—the resources, people, and tools to sharpen your value, proficiency, and mastery of skills.
Advance Your Academic Leadership Skills

Higher education today is experiencing significant change, whether to curricula, technology, tenure practices, issues in student affairs, recruitment, or retention. At the same time, institutions are challenged with increased scrutiny from the academic community, accreditors, students, and parents. More than ever, effective and flexible academic and administrative leadership is critical to any institution’s success.

The Leadership in Higher Education Conference was created to bring much-needed professional development resources to academic leaders. In a collaborative gathering of higher education professionals, we examine trends, strategies, and best practices through a combination of plenary presentations, concurrent sessions, poster sessions, and roundtable discussions.

Register today for the 2019 Leadership in Higher Education Conference, held October 3–5 in St. Louis, Missouri.
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Why This is the Event for You

At the 2019 Leadership in Higher Education Conference, choose from over 45 concurrent sessions in the following conference tracks:

  • Best Practices for Deans and Department Chairs

  • Evaluation and Program/Department Assessment

  • Legal and Regulatory Issues

  • Faculty Development

  • Special Topics in Academic Leadership

At this conference, scaled for networking and reflection, you’ll have the ability to learn from and with your peers. Draw upon the experiences of other academic professionals from around the country who face the same challenges as you do. Register for this special event today!
Who Should Attend

Perhaps you’re at the midpoint of your career. Or maybe you have leadership experience and hope to attain a more senior position. Wherever you fall on the management spectrum, the Leadership in Higher Education Conference can help you reach your goals. Sessions are especially geared toward:

  • Department chairs

  • Division heads

  • Deans

  • Academic VPs

  • Program or project directors

  • Provosts

As student, faculty, and institutional needs change, administrators must lead through the change with dynamic, efficient, and innovative management.

Reach your greatest leadership potential—for your students and faculty, for your institution, for yourself.

 

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3rd International Conference and Expo on Graphene, Advanced 2D Materials & Semiconductors

3rd International Conference and Expo on Graphene, Advanced 2D Materials & Semiconductors

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Graphene 2019

This International summit gathers professionals from all over the world, invariable of age to discuss the current-state-of-art in this blooming field of graphene, advanced 2D materials, and semiconductors. A knowledge gathering initiative which provides diversified topics of discussion and insights in unraveling the wonders in the interdisciplinary arena of Materials Science and Nanotechnology. The 3rd International Conference and Expo on Graphene, Advanced 2D Materials & Semiconductors holds a theme of “A New Way to Atomic Assembly” which also paves way for young researchers in acquiring knowledge and information by meeting the experts.

Target Audience:

Graphene Chemistry Eminent Scientists.
Biodegradable Graphene Professors.
Physics Junior/Senior Research Fellows.
Chemical Engineering Research Professors.
Directors of Graphene Companies.
Graphene and Material Science Engineers.
Graphene, Material Science Associations and Societies.

Sessions/ Tracks

Track 1: Graphene and other 2D materials

Graphene was the first 2D material to be isolated. Graphene and other two-dimensional materials have a long list of unique properties that have made it a hot topic for intense scientific research and the development of technological applications. These also have huge potential in their own right or in combination with Graphene. The extraordinary physical properties of Graphene and other 2D materials have the potential to both enhance existing technologies and also create a range of new applications. Pure Graphene has an exceptionally wide range of mechanical, thermal and electrical properties. Graphene can also greatly improve the thermal conductivity of a material improving heat dissipation. In applications which require very high electrical conductivity Graphene can either be used by itself or as an additive to other materials. Even in very low concentrations Graphene can greatly enhance the ability of electrical charge to flow in a material. Graphene’s ability to store electrical energy at very high densities is exceptional. This attribute, added to its ability to rapidly charge and discharge, makes it suitable for energy storage applications.

Track 2: Advanced 2D Materials

Two dimensional materials, often termed as single layered crystalline materials consists of single layer of atoms. An appreciable research is going on about 2D materials due to their outstanding properties. The advanced 2D materials of interest are graphene, graphyne, borophene, germanene, silicene, phosphorene, bismuthine etc. Among the carbon allotropes, graphene is one of the most versatile members and has been extensively studied. Graphene is in a state i.e., in between and called as a semi metal. In graphene, electrons/holes behave as massless Dirac Fermion because of the linear energy dispersion, thus mobility is found to be high. graphene has high optical transparency from near IR to near UV hence it can replace indium tin oxide in transparent conducting electrodes.

Track 3: Emerging Trends in graphene research

The present generation with faster and smaller electronics is the result of advancements in the research. Now-a-days research on graphene is a hot topic owing to its unique and excellent properties. Graphene can be produced from mechanical exfoliation, chemical vapor deposition, plasma enhanced chemical vapor deposition, electrochemical synthesis and molecular beam epitaxy so on methods. Electrolysis of graphene is generally carried out to get graphene with high purity. In electronics graphene is used to make electrodes for touch screens, transparent memory chips, integrated circuits with graphene transistors. The main energy related areas which depend on graphene are solar cells, supercapacitors, lithium-ion batteries, and catalysis for fuel cells.

Track 4: Graphene Synthesis

Synthesis of Graphene refers to any process for fabricating Graphene. Mechanical exfoliation is probably the technique to attain single and few layered Graphene produces from natural graphite by repeated peeling/exfoliation. Chemical vapour deposition has techniques for making thin continuous films with thickness control in micro-electronics. Plasma enhanced chemical vapour deposition synthesizing large area Graphene on copper foils using spin coated PMMA films. Graphene heterostructures are synthesized on cobalt substrates by using the molecular beam epitaxial growth.

Track 5: Large scale Graphene production and characterization

Epitaxial growth of Graphene obtained on a 6H oriented SiC by vacuum heating at and limited the size of Sic substrates. Micro chemical exfoliation of highly oriented pyrolytic graphite which cannot be scaled to wafer-size dimensions. X-ray diffraction of high temperature annealed Ni film. Diffraction spectra were collected on the annealed Ni substrates over which Graphene films are typically synthesized. Graphene that is simply composed of the dissolution of glucose and in water, vaporization of water and calcination.

Track 6: Semiconductor materials and Nanostructures

By alloying multiple compounds, some semiconductor materials are tunable that results in ternary, quaternary compositions. Applications of semiconductors materials are optoelectronic, solar cells, Nano photonics, and quantum optics. Fabrication of cellulose Nano-structures via Nano Synthesis is a direct conversion of TMSC layers into cellulose via a Nano-sized focused electron beam as used in scanning electron microscopes.

Track 7: Graphene modification and functionalization

Chemical functionalization of Graphene enables the material to be processed by solvent assisted techniques, such as layer by layer assembly, spin coating and filtration. Hexagonal boron nitride is electrical insulating, combined with Graphene and other 2D materials to make heterostructure devices. The two dimensional Graphene sheet structures for field emission of electrons due to the carrier mobility and electron mass. The filed emitter by using multi layered Graphene nanostructure, the graphitic structure of pristine Graphene and carbon nanotube is the driving force of their interaction .The combination of Graphene with carbon nanotubes to produced hybrids increased electrical conductivity, mechanical properties and high surface area.

Track 8: Applications of graphene in Energy and Biomedicals

Graphene-enchaned lithium ion batteries could be used in higher energy usage applications now in smartphones, laptops and tablet PCs. Graphene has a great potential to use for low cost, flexible and highly efficient photovolatics devices due to its excellent electron-transport properties and carrier mobility. Single or few layered Graphene with less agglomeration, exhibit a higher effective surface area and better supercapictor. In hydrogen storage, hydrogen plays an important role in energy carriers. As a fuel of choice it is light weight, contains high energy density and emits no-harmful chemical by-products, hydrogen considered as a green energy. Graphene oxide has excellent characteristics as a nanomaterial for drug delivery. It expands for anticancer drugs to another non-cancer treatment diseases treatment. Using the fluorescence super-quenching ability of graphene to develop novel fluorescence resonance energy transfer biosensors. Cancer therapy made on exploration of graphene in drug delivery by in vitro test. For clinical cancer and other disease treatment, vivo behaviour of graphene loaded with drugs.

Track 9: Novel Hybrid carbon materials

Large molecular building blocks for hybrid materials, such as large inorganic clusters, may be of the nanometre length scale. The term hybrid material is more often used if the inorganic units are formed in situ by molecular precursors, for example applying sol–gel reactions. The biggest distinction between a Nano composite and a hybrid is that a hybrid material possesses a property that does not exist in either of the parent components. Graphene and single-walled carbon nanotubes are carbon materials that exhibit excellent electrical conductivities and large specific surface areas. An effective, economic way of using carbon fiber is to combine it with a resin and another material, either a fiber or a metal, to produce a hybrid structure.

Track 10: Carbon nanotubes and Graphene

Graphenated Carbon Nanotubes are new hybrid that combines graphitic foliates grown with sidewalls of bamboo style CNTs. It has high surface are with 3D framework of CNTs coupled with high edge density of Graphene. Chemical modification of carbon nanotubes are covalent and non-covalent modifications due to their hydrophobic nature and improve adhesion to a bulk polymer through chemical attachment. Applications of the carbon nanotubes are composite fibre, cranks, baseball bats, Microscope probes, tissue engineering, energy storage, super capacitor etc. Nanotubes are categorized as single-walled and multi-walled nanotubes with related structures.

Track 11: Electrochemistry of diamond and Nano carbon materials

Carbon is an extraordinary element because of its ability to covalently bond with different orbital hybridizations. This leads to a rich variety of molecular structures that constitute the field of organic chemistry. For millennia, there were only two known substances of pure carbon atoms: graphite and diamond. The discovery of nanometre dimensional C60, and related fullerene-structures (C70, C84), spawned the field of Nano carbon research. The next major advance in carbon research was the discovery of carbon nanotubes (CNTs).The traditional electrochemical applications for carbon in solid electrode structures for the chlor-alkali industry as well in aluminium refining are giving way to more diverse applications requiring high-surface-area carbon i.e., capacitor, fuel cells, metal/air batteries and high-energy lithium batteries. In these of these applications carbon has the desirable combination of acceptable electrical conductivity, chemical/electrochemical compatibility to the surrounding environment, and availability in the appropriate structure for fabrication into electrodes. In addition, the low cost of carbon relative to other electronic conductors is an important advantage for its widespread use in electrodes, particularly in electrochemical systems that must compete with existing technologies. Diamond electrodes are particularly attractive for electrochemistry Because of its extraordinary chemical stability; diamond is a perspective electrode material to be used in electrochemistry and electrochemical engineering.

Track 12: Carbon Materials in Energy

Carbon materials touch every aspect of our daily life in some way. Regarding todays environmental challenges carbon may be the key elemental component, usually blended into notations such as “carbon cycle” or “carbon footprint”. Interestingly, not being used as “fossil fuel”, carbon materials also considerably contribute to the field of sustainable energy. They are central in most electrochemical energy-related applications, i.e. they also help to generate, store, transport, and save energy. Nanostructured carbon is already used in fuel cells, conventional batteries and super capacitors. Electric double layer capacitors (EDLC, also called super capacitors) are energy storage devices based on the electrical adsorption of ions at the electrode/electrolyte interface (non-Faradaic process). Porous carbons are being used widely as electrode materials for super capacitors because of their high specific surface area and relatively good electrical conductivity.

Track 13: Nano Carbon Materials

Nano carbons are among the most promising materials developed last years. Nano carbon materials include fullerenes, carbon nanotubes (CNT), carbon nanofibers (CNF), nanodiamond, onions and various hybrid forms and 3D structures based on these. Nano carbon materials such as carbon nanotubes (CNT's) and Graphene have many extraordinary properties, such as a factor of 1000 times higher mobility and 10 times larger saturation velocity than Si. Several years ago these materials were available in milligram-scale quantities. Now many of them are produced by tones per year.

Track 14: Applications of carbon nanotubes

Carbon nanotubes (CNTs) are cylinders of one or more layers of Graphene (lattice). Diameters of single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) and multi-walled carbon nanotubes (MWNTs) are typically 0.8 to 2 nm and 5 to 20 nm, respectively, although MWNT diameters can exceed 100 nm. CNT lengths range from less than 100 nm to 0.5 m. Individual CNT walls can be metallic or semiconducting depending on the orientation of the lattice with respect to the tube axis, which is called chirality. carbon nanotube production exceeded several thousand tons per year, used for applications in energy storage, automotive parts, boat hulls, sporting goods, water filters, thin-film electronics, coatings, actuators and electromagnetic shields, health care and environmental protection.

Track 15: Synthetic Graphite and Natural Graphite

Natural Graphite is a mineral which consists of graphitic carbon. It works as an excellent conductor of both heat and electricity. It is soft in nature and stable over a wide range of temperatures, whereas Synthetic graphite is a man-made substance manufactured by the high temperature processing of amorphous carbon materials. These graphites are having renowned applications. In nuclear engineering, a neutron moderator is a medium that controls the speed of neutrons. Solid graphite of nearly 20% is used in these moderators. Graphite paints are used in foundry molds, and graphite lubricants are used in forging dies. Graphite crucibles are used in foundry to hold molten metals. In integrated steel plants right from melting to the product graphite plays an important role as reducing agent, fuel, refractory, lubricant for dies etc... In the construction of batteries like lithium-ion batteries, lithium carbonate batteries, and nickel metal hydride batteries etc.

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Performance-Based Contracts Executive Seminar (irf) AS

Performance-Based Contracts Executive Seminar

 

Overview

The International Road Federation is pleased to announce that the Fall edition of its Executive Seminar on Performance-Based Contracts will be held from October 20 - 30, 2019 in Orlando, Florida USA. International experts representing the fields of contract management, road maintenance, financing and sustainable transport policy development have been scheduled to present best practices and case studies in performance-based contracts.

This Executive Seminar includes a program of presentations and discussions about performance-based contracts and how they can help road agencies meet their desired outcomes. Participants will engage in working groups with experts who are actively involved in maintenance contracting and asset management to discuss the application of best practices under different country conditions.

 

Course Outcomes

  • Learn how Performance-Based Contracts can help your organization achieve its goals

  • Network with like-minded senior road professionals from all over the world

  • Discuss and share best practices with some of the top international experts

  • Discover solutions to problems faced in your country

  • Receive IRF Certification

 

Target Audience

  • Road & Transport Agencies Executives

  • Engineers and Managers involved in Highway Maintenance

  • Private Consultants & Contractors

  • Toll Operators

  • Service Providers

 

LEAD INSTRUCTOR


Robert F. Fergerstrom

LEAD INSTRUCTOR | INTERNATIONAL ROAD FEDERATION

For more than 40 years, Mr. Fergerstrom’s career has focused on management consulting to public transportation agencies in the United States and overseas. In the course of his career, he has assisted more than 30 public works agencies to strengthen institutional capacity. On most of these projects he has managed diverse teams of highly specialized experts working with client agencies to develop strategies for institutional strengthening and implement structural reform. His areas of expertise include maintenance contracting, organizational reviews, restructuring, management systems, conducting workshops and assessing potential for privatization.

 

FEATURED SPEAKERS


Adrian Burde

CIVIL ENGINEER | LEIDOS

Dr. Adrian Burde provides ongoing support to several Department of Transportation agencies and private companies on matters related to performance based maintenance contracting. Dr. Burde has routinely prepared operating procedures and other technical documentation to be used by owner agency staff for developing, implementing, and managing asset management programs. Since 2005, Dr. Burde has been developing and implementing management tools for the asset maintenance program of the VDOT Central Office Maintenance Division including Maintenance Rating Program (MRP) data analyses, condition reports, and performance evaluation reports. Most recently, Dr. Burde was appointed Project Manager of the VDOT MRP third party evaluation team.



Asif Faiz

ADVISOR | ADB & THE WORLD BANK

Dr. Asif Faiz is a former World Bank Highways Adviser and Infrastructure Sector Manager with some 40 years of experience in designing, managing and implementing transport development policies, programs and projects in more than 40 developing countries. After retiring from the World Bank in 2008, he has consulted as a technical and policy advisor for the World Bank Group- public investment programs and projects covering motorways, airports, highway improvement and maintenance programs, rural roads, and transport services in more than 20 countries. He managed the World Bank’s infrastructure program in Latin America in 1990s, under which area-wide performance-based road maintenance contracts were implemented in Argentina and Uruguay. He helped initiate similar maintenance contracts in Georgia and hybrid PBMCs in Tonga. Dr. Faiz owns and operates Faiz and Associates LLC, an advisory consultancy in international development, transport, urban planning and fragile states.



Lars Forlof

CEO/FOUNDER | ROADROID

Lars Forslöf is a road engineer (BSc) with more than 20 professional years as a CEO, consultant and project manager within the road maintenance, ITS and road traffic management sectors. His has worked on missions for the Swedish National Transport Administration (Trafikverket) and Stockholm City in Sweden, as well as in Myanmar (Sweroad/ADB) and Afghanistan (UNOPS). Currently he works for Trafikverket to develop KPI’s for a performance-based contracts on the European road E22 in Sweden.



Ben Gericke

PROGRAM TEAM LEADER, TRANSPORT AND ICT | THE WORLD BANK

Mr Gericke is recognized internationally for his road reform and implementation management experience. His professional experience in many countries includes infrastructure and asset management, restructuring of road management functions, road reform implementation and efficiency improvements within road agencies. He recently led the World Bank review of its support to Performance-Based Contracting and is both leading and supporting development projects, financed by the Bank, in several countries. He has a strong project implementation background and was a guest lecturer at several international training programs organized by, among others, the International Road Federation. Mr Gericke represents the World Bank on technical committees with PIARC.



Wayne Hatcher

CPENG, MIPENZ, BE (CIVIL) (HONS) | MTECH (PAVEMENTS)

Wayne Hatcher has more than 20 years of experience managing highway infrastructure. During that time he has developed leading skills in infrastructure asset management, particularly in the use and application of asset data to support effective highway management. Mr. Hatcher has developed and enhanced several systems that help highway asset managers make informed decisions, including: economic appraisal; asset valuation and depreciation; performance monitoring and management; prioritization; and optimization. He is a leading proponent for highway condition forecasting including development and implementation of decision support tools to assist highway managers.



Pekka Pakkala

COUNTRY MANAGER | VIASYS

Pekka Pakkala is Country Manager for Viasys VDC Inc., and is responsible for all aspects of development in Virtual Design & Construction (VDC/BIM), IT tools and services. Previous experience and competencies are mainly with asset management and maintenance, project delivery methods, Performance Based Maintenance Contracts (PBMC), Public Private Partnerships (PPP), international practices and benchmarking, research projects, and training and education.



Martin van Gils

BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT MANAGER | VIGILES

Martin van Gils holds a master of science in Systems Engineering & Policy Management from Delft University of Technology. He started his career at Siemens Traffic and Transportation Division. He has worked for two different engineering and consulting companies where he has worked on PPP projects & implementing Performance Based Maintenance contracts. Mr. van Gils is a member of PIARC Road Tunnel Operations committee and focusses on the ‘soft’ skills necessary to successfully operate complex infrastructures in traffic-, tunnel- and nautical control centers. Currently he is implementing PBM in Road Tunnels. At his company Vigiles, he is the business development manager and works on establishing a new business venture including: a center of excellence; a training facility for Emergency Services and Operators for underground structures and heavy industry that will be realized in the Antwerp - Rotterdam port area.

 

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Certified Coder Boot Camp®—Original (blr) S

Certified Coder Boot Camp®—Original

 

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Course Overview

The premier CPC® exam preparation course for coders

The demand for CPC-certified coders has never been higher. If you want to take your career to the next level with certification, the Certified Coder Boot Camp will fully prepare you for the AAPC's Certified Professional Coder (CPC) exam.

The Certified Coder Boot Camp teaches the fundamentals of CPT®, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS Level II coding for professional services and hospital outpatient services. The first day covers ICD-10-CM diagnosis coding, and the remaining four days are devoted to CPT and HCPCS II coding.

You will learn how to:

  • Understand and apply coding principles and rules appropriately

  • Navigate the ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS II coding manuals

  • Apply knowledge to AAPC's CPC exam

  • Develop fundamental coding skills for all medical specialties with a thorough study of the CPT manual

  • Master the art of accurate code assignment for ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS II by learning the latest coding guidelines


Leave class ready to take the CPC exam!

This isn't just any coding course. See the HCPro difference for yourself!

Rules-based learning: We only use recognized source authorities, such as the current ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS II manuals, but we supplement these with additional nationally recognized source authorities like the AHA's Coding Clinic for ICD-10-CM/PCS® and the AMA's CPT Assistant®.
Hands-on learning: Course participants work approximately 500 coding exercises, including a 150-question practice CPC exam and numerous operative reports. Each participant also receives a printed answer key for all exercises, including the practice exam. Students are required to bring CPT, ICD-10-CM, and HCPCS II manuals to class so they can complete the exercises.
Small class size: Class size is limited to ensure individual attention.
Well-established program: HCPro is the nation's first organization to offer Boot Camp training courses to healthcare coding professionals. We have more than 10 years of experience teaching coders, and on average, participants rate this course 4.9 on a 5.0 scale.


Certified Coder Boot Camp®—Original
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:

  • Apply conventions and instructional notes, including chapter- and section-specific guidelines, to accurately assign codes in ICD-10-CM, CPT, and HCPCS II for outpatient/professional services

  • Relate effects on reimbursement by appending appropriate CPT/HCPCS II modifiers to applicable procedure codes

  • Assign appropriate CPT procedure codes to a variety of surgical procedures for many medical specialties

  • Abstract an operative report in order to assign accurate diagnosis and procedure codes

  • Improve coding accuracy to reduce denials and missed revenue

  • Recall material in preparation for the AAPC’s CPC exam

 


Certified Coder Boot Camp®—Original
Outline/Agenda

Module 1: Introduction and Coding Fundamentals

Types of coding systems
Levels of HCPCS coding

Module 2: Diagnosis Coding (ICD-10-CM)

Common conventions, symbols, and terminology in the ICD-10-CM coding manual
Assigning ICD-10-CM codes based on the Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting

Module 3: Introduction to CPT; Evaluation and Management Services

Categories of CPT codes
Common symbols and terms used in the CPT manual
Assigning evaluation and management codes by category and level
Assigning evaluation and management–specific modifiers (e.g., -24, -25, -57)

Module 4: Coding Anesthesia Services

Types of anesthesia
Assigning CPT codes for anesthesia services when provided by an anesthesiologist or someone other than an anesthesiologist
Physical status modifiers and qualifying circumstance add-on codes

Module 5: Introduction to Surgery Coding and Coding Integumentary Procedures

Identifying "separate procedures" and when they are reported
Assigning surgical modifiers correctly
Assigning CPT codes for:
Excision of benign and malignant lesions
Closures (simple, intermediate, and complex)
Mohs surgeries
Adjacent tissue transfers
Breast procedures

Module 6: Coding Musculoskeletal Procedures

Identifying the anatomy of the spine
Assigning CPT codes for:
Fracture care
Spinal arthrodesis
Reporting a CPT code for the application of a cast

Module 7: Coding Respiratory Procedures

Assigning CPT codes for:
Nasal endoscopic procedures
Laryngoscopies
Bronchoscopies

Module 8: Coding Cardiovascular Procedures

Assigning CPT codes for:
Pacemaker and defibrillator insertion and replacement
Coronary artery bypass grafting
Aneurysm repairs
Central venous access devices

Module 9: Coding Digestive System Procedures

Assigning CPT codes for:
Tonsillectomies and adenoidectomies
Digestive system and endoscopic procedures
Hernia repairs

Module 10: Coding Urinary/Genital System, Obstetrics, and Endocrine Procedures

Assigning CPT codes for:
Open and endoscopic procedures in the urinary system
Open and endoscopic procedures in the male genital system
Hysterectomies and tubal ligations
Maternity care and delivery services
Abortion procedures

Module 11: Coding Nervous System Procedures

Assigning CPT codes for:
Craniectomy/craniotomy procedures
Skull base surgeries
Injection procedures involving the spinal cord/spine
Neurostimulators

Module 12: Coding Eye, Ocular, and Auditory Procedures

Assigning CPT codes for:
Cataract extractions
Procedures to treat and prevent retinal detachments
Strabismus surgeries
Procedures involving the auditory system

Module 13: Coding Radiology Services

Use of contrast in radiological procedures and when the administration of the contrast is separately reportable
Assigning CPT codes for:
Diagnostic radiology procedures
Radiation therapy services
Nuclear medicine services
Interventional radiology procedures

Module 14: Coding Pathology and Laboratory Services

Identifying the use of "panels" in reporting for diagnostic laboratory procedures
Distinguishing between a qualitative screening vs. a quantitative screening
Assigning CPT codes for:
Diagnostic laboratory services
Surgical pathology, including consults during surgery

Module 15: Coding Medicine Services

Assigning CPT codes for:
Supply and administration of vaccine/toxoids
Psychotherapy services
Dialysis services
Ophthalmological services
Cardiac catheterizations, percutaneous coronary angioplasties, and stent insertion procedures
Injection and infusion services

Module 16: HCPCS II Coding

Assigning HCPCS Level II codes and applicable modifiers

Course Agenda/Outline subject to change.

 

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National Conference on Student Leadership (mpi) S

National Conference on Student Leadership

 

The National Conference on Student Leadership (NCSL) is the only student leadership conference that’s national in scope, drawing attendees from colleges and universities across the country. And with its emphasis on active, hands-on learning and up-to-the-moment leadership principles, it’s unique in its approach to some vital topics.

NCSL 2019 has dynamic speakers

No other conference compares to this dynamic event featuring educational programs led by speakers who are committed to students’ personal and professional growth. At the conference, students will:

Grow as leaders
Spend time meeting and networking with hundreds of peers from around the country
Gain valuable skills that can be used right away
Prepare for a post-college career

Register today for the 2019 National Conference on Student Leadership, held November 22-24 in Orlando, Florida.

 

Why This is the Event for Your Students

At NCSL, students gain a better understanding of their skills and potential, discover ways to strengthen campus groups and organizations, and explore how to use their leadership skills to make a greater impact on their campus community and beyond. NCSL speakers and session leaders come from a diverse range of backgrounds and life experiences to bring dynamic programming to all attendees.

Through a wide selection of topical keynote presentations and hands-on workshops designed to build specific skills sets, students will not only master new ideas but will have a clear, actionable direction on how to incorporate them into their campus and post-college career.
Special Programming for Advisors

NCSL also presents an invaluable opportunity for advisors to learn how to contribute to successful student organizations. The conference features an impressive lineup of sessions designed to help advisors tackle some of your biggest challenges in guiding students. It’s an experience both new and seasoned advisors can appreciate.

 

Who Should Attend

Student leadersAll college students will benefit from attending NCSL, particularly third and fourth year students who are involved in:

  • Student government

  • Campus activities board

  • Other extracurricular organizations

Student advisors will benefit by exploring custom content addressing key competencies of higher education and advising student leaders.

All attendees will return to campus energized and inspired to lead change not only on campus, but also into their personal and professional lives. NCSL is where lifelong leadership happens!

 

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Medicare Boot Camp®—Utilization Review Version

 

*** LIMITED TIME OFFER: FREE $100 AMAZON GIFT CARD! ***
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Course Overview

Master Medicare rules for utilization review

Medicare Boot Camp®—Utilization Review Version is an intensive two-day course focusing on the Medicare regulatory requirements for patient status and the role of the utilization review (UR) committee.

Managing patient status plays a critical role in proper compliance, correct reimbursement, and stabilizing inpatient payments for the hospital. In 2019, CMS made significant changes to the inpatient-only list and continues to change its strategies for auditing patient status. Don’t become a target or leave money on the table—ensure the UR committee is ready to implement and leverage the regulatory requirements.

Medicare Boot Camp—Utilization Review Version also answers all your questions about navigating the CMS website and finding Medicare requirements. You will be able to find answers to your questions long after the Boot Camp is over.

You will leave this program knowing:

  • How to apply the 2-midnight benchmark and 2-midnight presumptions

  • Implement changes to the inpatient-only list for 2019

  • The differences between post-discharge versus concurrent patient status reviews

  • When self-denial is appropriate to take advantage of Part B payment for an inpatient case

  • How NCDs, LCDs, and coverage with evidence development (CED) affect coverage of cases that meet the 2-midnight benchmark

  • The observation coverage rules and how they interact with the 2-midnight benchmark

  • When ABNs and HINNs should be used for stays that don’t meet medical necessity requirements


Who should attend?

  • Utilization review coordinators

  • Utilization management managers and directors

  • Utilization review committee members

  • UR physician advisors

  • Case managers

  • Care coordinators

  • Revenue cycle staff

  • Nurse managers

  • Compliance officers and auditors

  • CFOs, CNOs, and VPs

  • Fiscal intermediary personnel

  • Healthcare lawyers and consultants

 

See the HCPro difference for yourself!

Focus on the actual rules: Learn how to find and apply CMS rules and guidelines to ensure hospital services furnished to Medicare beneficiaries are billed accurately and appropriately.

Tools and skills to navigate Medicare rules: Our instructors provide valuable tools and resources that will help you prioritize and research Medicare questions long after the Boot Camp ends.

Hands-on learning: Attendees work a set of exercises/case studies after each module to ensure they understand the concepts and know how to apply them to real-world situations.

Small class size: A low participant-to-teacher ratio is guaranteed.

Highly rated, well-established program: Participants consistently give the course an overall rating of 4.75 or higher (on a 5.0 scale). We currently conduct more than 30 Medicare Boot Camp courses each year.

 

Medicare Boot Camp®—Utilization Review Version
Learning Objectives

At the conclusion of this educational activity, participants will be able to:

  • Define observation coverage, billing, coding, and payment rules

  • Discuss the appropriate application of ABNs for observation patients

  • State the new/revised inpatient order and certification requirements

  • Explain CMS’ 2-midnight rule benchmark

  • Describe the effect of hospital practice patterns on the 2-midnight presumption

  • Recognize exceptions to the 2-midnight benchmark

  • Describe the impact of LCD/NCD/CED criteria on inpatient coverage

  • State the rules for "inpatient-only" procedure billing and reimbursement

  • Describe the differences between condition codes 44 and W2

  • Use appropriate billing codes for full Part B payment for inpatient cases, including for "self-denials"

  • Differentiate inpatient and outpatient deductibles and co-payments

 

Medicare Boot Camp®—Utilization Review Version
Course Outline/Agenda

Module 1: Medicare Overview and Contractors
Overview of Medicare Part A, B, C, and D
Medicare contractors, including the MAC, RAC and QIO
Module 2: Medicare Research and Resources 
Finding Medicare source laws, including statutes, regulations and final rules
Finding Medicare sub-regulatory guidance, including manuals and transmittals 
Medicare Coverage Center, including LCDs, NCDs, CED and Lab Coverage Manual
Limitations of Liability and notice requirements for non-covered services
Links to Medicare resources and resources for staying current
Module 3: Outpatient Observation
Coverage of observation services
The Medicare Outpatient Observation Notice (MOON)
Advanced Beneficiary Notice (ABN) for non-covered observation
Coding and billing of observation
Payment for observation under the Observation Comprehensive APC (C-APC)
Module 4: Coverage of Inpatient Admissions
Inpatient order and certification requirements
Inpatient criteria and the 2-Midnight Benchmark
Inpatient-only procedures
Admission on a case-by-case basis
Documentation and use of screening tools
QIO short stay audits
Module 5: Inpatient Utilization Review and Notices
Utilization review requirements and self-denials
Concurrent review and billing with condition code 44 
Inpatient Part B payment and billing with condition code W2
Important Message from Medicare (IM)
Detailed Notice of Discharge (DN)
Hospital Issued Notice of Non-Coverage (HINN) for non-covered inpatient services
Module 6: Medicare Payment Fundamentals and Patient Responsibility
Basics of the Outpatient Prospective Payment System (OPPS)
Patient coinsurance under Part B
Basics of the Inpatient Prospective Payment System (IPPS)
Three-day payment window and pre-admission services
Medicare-severity diagnosis related groups (MS-DRGs)
Payment for transfers and post-acute care transfers
Inpatient deductible, coinsurance, and lifetime reserve days (LRDs)

Course Outline/Agenda subject to change.

 

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ACDIS Symposium: Outpatient CDI Conference

ACDIS Symposium: Outpatient CDI Conference

 

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November 8-9, 2018 | Hilton Orlando Lake Buena Vista - Disney Springs™ Area

 

The ACDIS Symposium: Outpatient CDI Conference features two days of education and networking dedicated to clinical documentation improvement (CDI) in the outpatient setting. Join us for this one-of-a-kind conference featuring two concurrent educational tracks of diverse sessions, including how to get started in the ambulatory setting, query techniques and nuances, metrics and analytics, staff training, and demonstrating return on investment.

Learn from your peers and the nation’s foremost outpatient CDI experts while you take advantage of a unique networking experience.

Topics include sessions on:

  • Building an outpatient CDI program

  • Risk adjustment: Common diagnoses often missed in outpatient documentation

  • Outpatient query practices: Building compliant queries

  • MACRA and MIPS: A look at physician quality and payments

  • Critical differences between inpatient vs. outpatient coding guidelines

  • How to teach physicians E/M—medical school did not

  • From inpatient to outpatient: Defining the different documentation, coding, and reimbursement requirements


Also included is a special “lightning round” ideas-sharing session and a dedicated Q&A panel to help answer your most pressing questions.

 

Who should attend?

  • Clinical documentation improvement (CDI) specialists

  • CDI managers/directors

  • Coding compliance directors/managers

  • Coding compliance specialists

  • Outpatient coders

  • Case management directors/ managers

  • HIM directors

  • Revenue cycle directors

  • Physician champions/advisors to CDI

  • Quality improvement professionals

  • Coding managers/supervisors

  • Chief medical officers

  • Denials and appeals managers

  • Compliance officers

  • Chief financial officers


At the conclusion of the 2018 ACDIS Symposium: Outpatient CDI Conference, you will be able to:

  • Develop strategies to begin or improve outpatient CDI programs

  • Modify existing CDI programs to include review of outpatient documentation and risk-adjusted methodologies such as HCCs

  • Design CDI education for physicians related to outpatient practice


AGENDA

ACDIS Symposium: Outpatient CDI Conference 
Pre-Registration — Wednesday November 7, 2018

4:00 P.M.—6:00 P.M. Pre-Registration


Day 1 — Thursday, November 8, 2018

7:00 A.M.—8:00 A.M. Registration and continental breakfast in the Exhibit Hall

8:00 A.M.—8:15 A.M. Introduction and welcome remarks

8:15 A.M.—9:15 A.M.

General Session: Keynote
It's Growing Season: A Fresh Way to Lead Change
Jones Laflin
You already know how things could go at this Symposium. You’ll get excited about all the fantastic ideas you glean from the education sessions and networking with your peers. You’ll leave with a renewed sense of purpose about outpatient CDI, knowing you will be equipped to lead change in amazing ways. But then reality comes roaring back when you go home, and you slowly return to just maintaining the status quo.

What if there was a way for things to be different this time? Our keynote speaker Jones Loflin says there is such a way: think like a gardener. And the best part is you only have to remember four words: Grow, Cultivate, Prune, and Harvest.

In this powerfully practical and engaging session, expect to learn a myriad of tips and strategies on how to move the ideas you get from the Symposium into reality once you return home, including getting others on board with your change efforts. Let’s get growing!

9:30 A.M.—10:30 A.M.

Breakout Sessions

Track 1: Clinical and Coding
How CDI and Coding Can Travel Together in the Outpatient Realm: Goals and Initiatives
Deanne Wilk, BSN, RN, CCDS, CCS, CMS, AHIMA-Approved ICD-10-CM/PCS Trainer and Melissa Maguire, BSN, RN-BC
This session looks at how CDI and coding can work collaboratively and with their own initiatives in the outpatient realm. Covering both CDI and coding initiatives, it examines what to review and how to engage providers from both aspects to complete the documentation picture.

Track 2: Management and Strategy
Thinking Outside the Box: Building an Effective and Sustainable Ambulatory CDI Program
Rebecca Willcutt, RN, BSN, CCDS, CCS, CRC
Ambulatory CDI is truly a "new frontier" and the process for developing a mature and sustainable program is not well understood. It is critical to develop strict definitions of exactly what you want to accomplish and what problem(s) you are trying to solve using Ambulatory CDI. This session will trace the evolution of a successful ambulatory CDI program and provide strategies to implement at your own organization. We will also discuss how to ensure administrative support and provider engagement as well as the measurement of metrics to gauge success of your program.

10:30 A.M.—11:00 A.M. Networking and refreshment break—Exhibit Hall

11:00 A.M.—12:00 P.M. General Session: ACDIS Outpatient Position Paper (plus Q&A with ACDIS Advisory Board)

12:00 P.M.—1:00 P.M. Lunch provided—Exhibit Hall

1:00 P.M.—2:00 P.M.

Breakout Sessions

Track 1: Clinical and Coding
Promoting Physician Buy In: Communicating Key Concepts
Laurie Prescott, RN-MSN, CCDS, CDIP, CRC
Physician engagement is a key component to a successful CDI program. In the high volume, fast paced environment of outpatient CDI, we must ensure our education is properly targeted and relevant. This presentation offers guidance in teaching strategies with a goal of fostering physician buy in and support of your CDI efforts.

Track 2: Management and Strategy
Five Pillars for Building a Successful CDI Program in Emergency Services
Autumn Reiter, BSN, RN, CCDS, CDIP, CCS, AHIMA-Approved ICD-10 Trainer
Getting CDI specialists involved at the point of entry in the emergency department (ED) provides important benefits to downstream documentation and coding accuracy. However, CDI programs in emergency services carry a unique set of challenges for everyone involved: CDI specialists, case managers, and physicians. These five strategies will position CDI directors to launch a successful documentation improvement initiative within their own emergency departments.

2:00 P.M.—2:30 P.M. Networking and refreshment break—Exhibit Hall

2:30 P.M.—3:30 P.M.

Breakout Sessions

Track 1: Clinical and Coding
Is Reporting a Bad Thing? Complete Diagnosis Coding for OP/Provider Encounters
Shannon McCall, RHIA, CCS, CCS-P, CPC, CEMC, CRC, CCDS
Allen Frady, RN, BSN, CCDS, CCS, CRC
A new focus on accurate diagnosis coding in an outpatient environment has emerged leaving providers and coders constantly debating whether or not they should assign a diagnosis code for co-existing conditions. For some the perceived issue may be considered a time factor, lack of knowledge or a potential fear of inaccurate reimbursement. No matter the reason, please join us to explore how capturing diagnosis code data impacts reimbursement and data collections for all outpatient reimbursement methodologies.

Track 2: Management and Strategy
Creating an Outpatient CDI Program Integrated into an Existing Inpatient CDI Program
Carrie Horn, MSHA, BBA, RN, CNOR, CCDS and Mary Carol Brouwer, MSHA, BSN, RN, CCDS
Find out how Spectrum Health created and sustained an outpatient CDI program with the collaboration of an inpatient CDI program. Hear the challenges of two different teams joining with one common goal for improving clinical documentation.

3:45 P.M.—4:45 P.M.

Breakout Sessions

Track 1: Clinical and Coding
Is Your Outpatient Query Process Compliant?
Susanne M. Warford, MBA-HCM, Rn CCDS and Rita Field, BSN, RN, CCDS
Outpatient programs continue to grow and integrating queries into the outpatient process is still fairly new. There remain many questions regarding a compliant process. This presentation focuses on practical guidelines for writing a compliant query and developing a compliant process.

Track 2: Management and Strategy
Development of Ambulatory CDI at Christiana Care Hospital
Susan A. Carrier, RN, BSN, MBA, CCDS, CPC and Karen Frosch, CCS, CCDS, CRC, CPHQ
Hear how Christiana Care Hospital developed a viable ambulatory CDI program from initial concept to the present day. Carrier shares their development timeline, analytics used, results to date, provider educational support materials, and the query templates used.

4:45 P.M.—5:45 P.M.

Networking Reception—Exhibit Hall
Sponsored By: ScribeEMR

Scribe

 

Day 2—Friday, November 9, 2018

7:00 A.M.—8:00 A.M. Continental breakfast in the Exhibit Hall

8:00 A.M.—9:00 A.M. General Session: Lightning Round 

9:15 A.M.—10:15 A.M.

Breakout Sessions

Track 1: Clinical and Coding
Clinical Validation: Expanding Clinical Validation into Outpatient CDI
Tara Bell, MSN, RN, CCDS, CCM
This session provides obtain key information regarding clinical validation and industry standards for documentation. It assists seasoned CDI professionals in training others and providing education to providers as they embark on expanding essential requirements for compliant documentation.

Track 2: Management and Strategy
Ambulatory CDI Data and Analytics on a Budget
Yvonne Whitley, RN, BSN, CPC, CRC, CDEO
Ambulatory CDI is a new frontier and it may be difficult to convince leadership of the need for a program when budgets are tight. If you are beginning to build your ambulatory CDI program, or are considering adding one, come hear how Novant Health has leveraged their available resources to provide the data and analytics leadership desires and developed a robust program with a five-year track record.

10:15 A.M.—10:45 A.M. Networking and refreshment break—Exhibit Hall

10:45 A.M.—11:00 A.M. Sponsored Session

11:15 A.M.—12:15 P.M.

Breakout Sessions

Track 1: Clinical and Coding
Claims Submission vs. RAPS Submission: Understanding the Difference
Sonia Trepina, MPA and Brett Senor, MD, CRC, CCDS
So often we wonder why numbers are not consistent from one analysis to the next. We assume that one of the analyses is wrong. Maybe the analyses are just different? If you are entering into a Medicare Advantage risk adjustment contract or have been in one for a while, it is important to be aware of the differences in the claims submission and the impact on the risk scores and data. Awareness is the first step to change! Understanding the differences in process and impact can help CDI teams understand how they can best support their organization on the journey of risk adjustment.

Track 2: Management and Strategy
Two Worlds Collide: Integrating Inpatient and Outpatient CDI
Jessica Vaughn, RN, MSN, CCDS Melinda Matthews, RN, BSN, MHA, CCDS, CDIP, Sandra Love, RN, BSN, CCDS
The CDI program at Wake Forest Baptist Health in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, is a pioneer in CDI and since its inception, nearly 20 years ago, the program has demonstrated national success in quality outcomes and revenue enhancement, while providing a focus on accurate, complete, and compliant documentation practices through integrated education and multidisciplinary partnerships. Under the same leadership, Wake’s outpatient program began more than three years ago and has become an innovator in industry initiatives, procedures, and outcomes. This session provides insight into the development of a successfully integrated CDI department and strategies to align outpatient objectives with inpatient objectives in meeting organizational goals.

12:15 P.M.—1:15 P.M. Lunch provided—Exhibit Hall

1:15 P.M.—2:15 P.M.

Breakout Sessions

Track 1: Clinical and Coding
Diabetic Complications: Diagnosis, Documentation, Coding, and Compliance
Richard D. Pinson, MD, FACP, CCS
Participants will learn the diagnostic criteria for diabetic complications that constitute HCCs, documentation requirements, and coding. The Official Coding Guideline requirements for coding and reporting of outpatient diagnoses will be presented as well as CMS compliant billing and reimbursement.

Track 2: Management and Strategy
Meeting the Challenge of Provider Documentation in the Ambulatory Setting
Amy J. Fulp, RN, BSN, MHA, CPC, CDEO, CRC
Provider education is imperative to any CDI program and the unique dynamic that is ambulatory CDI makes educating the masses a challenge. Hear how Novant Health ambulatory CDI nurses educate providers, from initial interactions to maximizing each communication opportunity. Plus the impact of a 2017 CDI initiative around two HCC diagnoses. 

2:15 P.M.—3:00 P.M.

Panel Session: Q&A, Takeaways, and Wrap Up

3:00 P.M. Adjourn

 

Exhibitors

  • AHIMA

  • Dolbey Solutions

  • Elsevier

  • Enjoin

  • HCTec

  • Hiteks Solutions, Inc.

  • Mayo Clinic

  • MedPartners

  • M*Modal

  • Peak Health Solutions, Inc.

  • RecordsOne

  • Saince

  • ScribeEMR

  • Streamline Health

  • TrustHCS

  • UASI - United Audit Systems Inc.

 

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