Time Table of the Preliminary Programme
Friday, 22nd June: Registration, Opening Ceremony, Welcome Reception
Saturday, 23rd June: Morning to Evening: Scientific Sessions. Social Program
Sunday, 24th June: Morning to Evening: Scientific Sessions. Social Program
Monday, 25th June: Morning to Evening: Scientific Sessions. Excursion.
Tuesday 26th June: Morning to Evening: Scientific Sessions. Social Program
Wednesday, 27th June: Morning: Scientific Sessions. Midday: Closing Ceremony
Preliminary Scientific Programme of the Three International Conferences
The preliminary programme is based on the topics specified by the Provisional International Scientific Committees of the 27th ICOC, 9th RAHMS, 6th ICOAR and symposia in preparation, the Local Organising and Scientific Committee and proposals by colleagues who have contacted the organisers. The final programme will be organised based on the abstracts submitted and the response of other colleagues joining the conferences. Late abstracts will mainly be considered for poster presentations.The final programme will be released following the deadline of submission of abstracts and the selection of oral and poster presentations. All the presentations selected for the final programme will require the prior submission of an abstract.
TOPICS, SYMPOSIA AND SESSIONS OF THE CONFERENCES
Symposia submitted so far include Recent Advances in
a) Oncology and Anticancer Research. Local Cancer Symposium
b) Trace Elements in Health and Disease
c) Free Radicals and Antioxidants
d) Thalassaemia and other Haemoglobinopathies
e) Chelation Therapy. Chelating drugs
f) Traditional Chinese, Alternative and Homeopathic Medicine
g) Nutrition and food sciences in Health and Disease
h) Neurodegenerative, Heart, Kidney, Liver and other diseases
i) Drug Design, Development and Clinical Use
k) Medical Ethics, Controversies in Medicine, Orphan Diseases
Provisional Titles of Submitted Presentations
6th Recent Advances in Oncology and Anticancer Research (6th ICOAR)
9th Recent Advances in Health and Medical Sciences (9th RAHMS)
27th International Conference on Chelation (27th ICOC)
Prof. Ďuračková Zdenka PhD et al
Head of research group, Institute of Medical Chemistry, Biochemistry and Clinical Biochemistry, Comenius University, Faculty of Medicine, Bratislava, Slovakia.
(Effects of omega-3 fatty acids on depressive disorder symptoms in children)
Dr Garaiova Iveta PhD et al.
Senior Scientist, Research Department, Cultech Ltd, Port Talbot, UK
(Probiotics during childhood)
Prof. Hsu Sheng-Feng et al.
Graduate Institute of Acupuncture Science, China Medical University, Taichung, Taiwan
(Comparison of Electroacupuncture and Laser acupuncture-induced analgesic effect in a Plantar Incision-Induced Pain Model)
Dr Kolnagou Annita et al.
Thalassaemia Unit, Paphos General Hospital and PRI, Paphos, Cyprus
(1. Chelation protocols for the prevention of iron overload and maintenance of normal iron stores in thalassaemia major patients. 2. New monitoring methods of iron overload and chelating drug toxicity in thalassaemia patients with iron overload and normal iron stores)
Dr. Konstantinides-Vladimirou Katerina
Ministry of Education and Culture and Neapolis University, Paphos, Cyprus
(Managing and developing the mental and emotional self in times of
Prof. Kontoghiorghes George J et al.
Postgraduate Research Institute, Science, Technology, Environment and Medicine, Limassol, Cyprus
(1. Antioxidant and antitoxin nutritional habits: Intervention for the prevention and treatment of cancer. 2. In the era of the complete treatment of gross and focal iron overload diseases. 3. The control and exploitation of academics and academic institutions by pharmaceutical, publisher and other commercial enterprises. 4. The Novartis mega scandal in Greece: Is it different from those in the USA, India, China, S. Korea, Turkey, Cyprus etc.)
Prof Kruchinina Margarita et al.
Federal State Budgetary Institute of Internal and Preventive Medicine, Novosibirsk, Russia.
(1.The role of the lipidome in the development of colorectal cancer.
2. New diagnostic capabilities of colorectal cancer)
Professor, Kung Yen-Ying et al.
Director, Integrative medicine, Center for Traditional Chinese Medicine,
Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan, Assistant Professor, Faulty of Medicine, National Yang- Ming University, Taipei,Taiwan
(A review of possible mechanisms of acupuncture)
Prof Marx Joannes JM et al,
University Medical Centre Utrecht, Utrecht, The Netherlands
(Treatment and prevention of iron deficiency with NaFe(III)EDTA or Fe(II)SO4 together with a traditional Indonesian meal: iron absorption and formation of non-transferrin bound iron).
Prof. Muchova Jana, PhD et al.
Assoc. Prof. Vice head of the institute, Institute of Medical Chemistry, Biochemistry and Clinical Biochemistry, Comenius University, Faculty of Medicine, Bratislava, Slovakia
(Influence of polyphenolic extract Robuvit on alcoholic liver disease)
Dr. Nagyová, Zuzana MPH, et al.
Director of the paediatric center, Juvenalia, s.r.o., Dunajská Streda, Slovakia
(Does oxidative stress play a role in children with depressive disorder?)
Dr Orszaghova Zuzana, PhD et al.
Research Assistant, Institute of Medical Chemistry, Biochemistry and Clinical Biochemistry, Comenius University, Faculty of Medicine, Bratislava, Slovakia.
(Polyphenolic oak wood extract, Robuvit, and its effect on lipid profile)
Dr. Paduchová Zuzana et al.
Institute of Medical Chemistry, Biochemistry and Clinical Biochemistry, Comenius University, School of Medicine, Bratislava, Slovakia.
(Natural polyphenols combined with vitamins and their effect on oxidative stress in renal transplant patients)
Prof Richardson, Des R. et al.
Cancer Cell Biology, Dept Pathology Bosch Institute, University Sydney, Sydney, Australia.
(1.The new molecular target for cancer therapy: The metastasis suppressor, NDRG1. 2. Two mechanisms of intracellular p-glycoprotein-mediated resistance induced by stress in the tumor micro-environment: the use of novel thiosemicarbazones to overcome multidrug resistance. 3. Novel Iron Chelators Based on Adamantane-Derived Semicarbazones and Hydrazones that Target Multiple Hallmarks of Alzheimer’s Disease. 3. Transcriptional Regulation of the Cyclin-Dependent Kinase Inhibitor, p21CIP1/WAF1, by the Chelator, Dp44mT).
Dr Tsai Tsung-Lung et al.
Superintendent of Puli Hospital Ministry of Health and Welfare, Taiwan,
(How to train a modern Chinese medical doctor)
Dr Wu Chien-Tung et al.
Institute of Traditional Medicine, School of Medicine, National Yang- Ming University, Taipei, Taiwan
( Chinese herbal medicine containing Phytoerstrogen and risk of endometrial cancer among female breast cancer in Taiwan )
Prof. Žitňanová Ingrid PhD et al.
Assoc. Prof. Head of the research group, Institute of Medical Chemistry, Biochemistry and Clinical Biochemistry, Comenius University, Faculty of Medicine, Bratislava, Slovakia.
(Extract from Camellia sinensis as a potential anticancer agent).
Local Conference, Round Table Discussions and Special Feature Sessions
LOCAL CONFERENCE ON CANCER : PUBLIC OPEN SESSION IN GREEK AND ENGLISH LANGUAGE.
HEALTH EXPERTS AND DOCTORS MEET THE PATIENTS:
STEPS TO IMPROVE HEALTHY LIVING, SLOW AGEING, PREVENT AND TREAD CANCER AND OTHER DISEASES
Patients and Doctors Questions and Answer Sessions: Thalassaemia, Cancer, Depression and other diseases.
World Health Issues: Drug design and development and personalised medicine etc.
The influence of commerce on patient care and safety: The responsibility of governmental authorities, journal publishers and editors.
* 20th Anniversary of the Postgraduate Research Institute of Science, Technology, Environment and Medicine (PRI):
** 20 Years Volunteer Service to Science and the Global Community **