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Global Webinar on Biomedicine, is scheduled for November 10-11, 2023. Biomedicine Webinar runs with the theme “Biomedicine - The Era Of Biomedicine”. We are beaming to welcome all the leading researchers, delegates, scientists, scholars, and professors to take part in this approaching conference to witness precious scientific discussions and bestow to the future improvement in the field of biomedicine, cell biology, and Biomedical Sciences. This Webinar will emphasize the informative research toward its impact on clinical outcomes, through poster and oral demonstrations, educational workshop sessions, and noteworthy plenary presentations. Biomedicine Webinar will principally highlight the recent matters during the event, which reflect present education, developments, research, and innovations globally in the field of Biomedicine, Cell biology, and biomedical sciences.
Track 1. Biomedicine:
Biomedicine is theoretical medication and biomedicine is an academic discipline devoted to the development of human medicine, it explains health in phrases of biology. It attaches significance to studying about body structure (anatomy) and structures physiology, in specific to understanding mechanisms like the heart, arteries, nerves, brain and so on.
Track 2. Biomedical Science:
Biomedical science combines the fields of biology and medicine in order to focus on the health of both animals and humans. In biomedical science major, it covers the biochemical and physiological functions, anatomical and histological structures, epidemiology, and pharmacology. Majors in biomedical science are poised to make valuable contributions to the fields of both biology and medicine and many moves on to make discoveries in the field of biology that have important effects in the medical world.
Track 3. Pharmacotherapy:
Pharmacotherapy is the use of medicine in the treatment of diseases, conditions, and symptoms. Pharmacotherapy is not a contemporary science. The use of drugs to treat illness is a practice that has been accepted for thousands of years. The advantage to this method of pharmacotherapy is that the dose of medicine rendered is standardized and pure, rather than an unknown drug dosage administered in addition to a wide variety of other chemicals present in the plant.
Track 4. Microbiome:
Microbiome is a term that describes the genome of all the microorganisms, symbiotic and pathogenic, living in and on all vertebrates. The microbiome consists of microbes that are both helpful and potentially harmful. Most are symbiotic where both the human body and microbiota benefit and some, in smaller numbers, are pathogenic promoting disease. In a healthy body, pathogenic and symbiotic microbiota coexist without problems. Microbiota stimulate the immune system, break down potentially toxic food compounds, and synthesize certain vitamins and amino acids, including the B vitamins and vitamin K.
Track 5. Ebola:
Ebola is a serious and deadly virus transmitted by animals and humans. The Ebola virus belongs to the viral family Filoviridae. Ebola can be further divided into subtypes that are named for the location where they were identified:
- Taï Forest (previously known as Ivory Coast)
The virus is known as a zoonotic virus because it’s transmitted to humans from animals.
Track 6. Monocytosis:
Monocytosis is defined by an absolute monocyte count of greater than 500/µL and usually occurs in the setting of chronic inflammation resulting from infections like tuberculosis, syphilis, or subacute bacterial endocarditis, autoimmune or granulomatous disease, and sarcoidosis. Monocytosis occurs in chronic infections and inflammatory conditions. Protozoan infections such as typhus, trypanosomiasis and kala-azar may be associated with Monocytosis.
Track 7. Cell Biology:
Cell biology is the study of cells and how they function, from the subcellular processes which keep them functioning, to the way that cells interact with other cells. cell biology concerns itself with how these molecules are used by the cell to survive, reproduce and carry out normal cell functions.
Cell biology techniques:
- Cell / Tissue Culture
- Electron Microscopy
- Fluorescence Microscopy
- RNA Interference
- Time-lapse Microscopy
Track 8. Nanomedicine:
Nanomedicine is a branch of medicine that applies the knowledge and tools of nanotechnology to the prevention and treatment of disease. Nanomedicine involves the use of nanoscale materials, such as biocompatible nanoparticles and nanorobots, for diagnosis, delivery, sensing or actuation purposes in a living organism. Nanomedicine is the application of nanotechnology to achieve innovation in healthcare.
Track 9. Molecular Medicine:
Molecular medicine is the branch of medicine that develops ways to diagnose and treat disease by understanding the way genes, proteins, and other cellular molecules work. Molecular medicine is based on research that shows how certain genes, molecules, and cellular functions may become abnormal in diseases such as cancer.
Track 10. Advancement of Microbiology and Biomedicine:
Microbiology research is changing rapidly, the future is bright for microbiology advancements in the study of infectious disease, microbial ecology, plant and animal pathology, and biotechnology and advances in microbiology are largely driven by improvements in technology. Biomedicine has created a boom today and is hyped to create the futuristic and more precise health solutions. The major interest is to evolve better cures for genetic disorders, gerontology and multiple sclerosis amongst the rest. Biomedicine has been evolving since the last 100 years and the last 2 decades have seen its popularity rate doubled. The major difference between the existing branches of medicine and biomedicine is that whereas the present branches work more on practical applications, biomedicine derives its solution through research and theoretical approach.
Track 11.Women’s Reproductive Health:
A woman’s reproductive system is a delicate and complex system in the body. It is important to take steps to protect it from infections and injury, and prevent problems including some long-term health problems. Women’s health and women’s reproductive health are high priorities for CDC’s Division of Reproductive Health.
Track 12. Medical Genetics:
Medical genetics is any application of genetic principles to medical practice. This includes studies of inheritance, mapping disease genes, diagnosis and treatment, and genetic counseling, with the recent dramatic advances in genomics and genetics medical genetics has emerged as an important clinical speciality worldwide.
Track 13. Health and Nutrition:
The effective management of food intake and nutrition are both key to good health. Smart nutrition and food choices can help prevent disease. According to World Health Organization, Nutrition is a critical part of health and development. Better nutrition is related to improved infant, child and maternal health, stronger immune systems, safer pregnancy and childbirth, lower risk of non-communicable diseases such as diabetes and cardiovascular disease and longevity.
Track 14. Microbiology and Infectious Diseases:
Microbiology and Infectious disease are the interlink study of microorganisms, the most abundant living entities on Earth aims to understand their unique biology and the influence they have on human health, disease and life in general.
Track 15.Tissue Engineering and Stem Cell:
Tissue engineering integrates knowledge and tools from biological sciences and engineering for tissue regeneration. Human development depends intimately on stem cells, the mysterious precursor to every kind of cell in the body that, with proper instruction, can grow and differentiate into any new tissue or organ. Tissue engineering is an emerging field representing potential alternatives to contemporary solutions. It is a science that combines stem cells, scaffolds with suitable growth factors, cytokines and chemokines to improve, replace or regenerate tissues and organs
Cancer is a generic term for a large group of diseases that can affect any part of the body. Cancer is a disease in which some of the body's cells grow uncontrollably and spread to other parts of the body. Early diagnosis of cancer generally increases the chances for successful treatment by focusing on detecting symptomatic patients as early as possible.
Track 17. Medical Biochemistry:
The chemistry of biology, the application of the tools and concepts of chemistry to living systems. Medical Biochemistry is a branch of medicine that incorporates biochemistry and metabolism in human and disease. Medical science cannot really exist without biochemistry.
Track 18. Geriatric Medicine:
The branch of medicine concerned with the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease in older people and the problems specific to aging. The branch of medicine concerned with the physiological and pathological problems encountered by humans who enter the area beyond the earth's atmosphere.
The annual growth rate of world biomedicine market has been outpacing that of the overall pharmaceutical market in recent years and this trend will continue in the coming years with a steady 10.4% growth per annum by 2020. In particular, China's biomedicine market is expected to grow at an even higher rate (15% annually) over the forecast 2015-2020 period, driven by increasing and aging population, government initiatives and favorable policies, improving level of biotech and innovation, and increasing urbanization as well as household income in China.
The global biopharmaceutical and biomedicine market were valued at US$ 358.4 Bn in 2016 and is expected to witness a CAGR of 9.4% over the forecast period (2017–2025). Cost of biopharmaceutical and biomedicine products are quite high as these need research and development process, and its manufacturing is very complex process, which needs highly skilled scientists. Such expensive biopharmaceutical products are not affordable to organizations in emerging economies such as India, China, and Africa. High cost of biopharmaceutical and biomedicine is a major factor hindering its adoption. For instance, in India a vial of Avastin, a monoclonal antibody, costs between US$ 372.65 to US$ 402.46.
Advancement of Microbiology and Biomedicine
Women’s Reproductive Health
Health and Nutrition
Microbiology and Infectious Diseases
Tissue Engineering and Stem Cell
Cancer (Prevention Diagnosis and Treatment)