Theme: "Exploring the New Era of individualized treatment through Personalized Medicine"



ME Conferences cordially welcome all the participants from all over the world to attend the“13th International Conference on Predictive, Preventive and Personalized Medicine & Molecular Diagnostics” Which is scheduled on December 13, 2021.

This is a great opportunity to explore and enhance great arguments in the field of Personalized Medicine. This will be a great occasion to meet Delegates, keynote speakers, students from universities, scientists, professors, Cardiologists, nurses, Pharmacists, Nano technologists, directors and Business delegates at webinar to exchange scientific ideas and experiences in a distinctive environment and share your thoughts and suggestions to all the participants. The main aim of this conference is to address the latest guidelines, practice patterns and solutions in Genomic analysis, Cancer therapeutics and molecular diagnostics.

Target audience                                                 

  • Bio makers
  • Nano technologists
  • Personalized oncologists
  • Immunologists
  • Cardiologists
  • Genetic researchers
  • Intelligence experts
  • Departmental managers
  • Professors
  • Students from universities
  • Researchers
  • Scientists
  • Business delegates
  • Physicians
  • Vice presidents of hospitals

Why to attend?

Keynote lectures from prominent physicians and professors. Certificates would be provided to all speakers, delegates and students. Opportunity to meet world’s renowned at this conference. This is best platform for global business and networking opportunities.

Track 1: Personalized Oncology

Personalized oncology is the evidence-based individualized medicine that delivers the right care to the cancer patient at the time and results in measurable improvements in outcomes and a reduction in health care costs. The solution of personalized oncology is rest in the use of biomarkers. These biomarkers from tissue, serum, urine, or imaging and must authenticate, and oncologists need to keep updated on the latest advancements in oncology. Personalized medicine is used to learn about the person’s genetic makeup and how their tumor grows. They also find that caused fewer side effects than the standard treatments, by performing genetic tests, doctors may customize treatment to each patient’s needs.

Track 2: Preventive Medicine

The goal of Preventive medicine is the absence of disease is preventing the phenomenon is a disease or halting disease and averting resulting complications after its onset. Preventive medicine can be practiced by government agencies, primary care physicians, and the individuals who practiced him only. In the past, many diseases have been defeated by doing things for the individual. In the present situation challenge of preventive medicine is to motivate the individual to practice his prevention. Preventive medicine strategies are available for chronic disorders, these strategies include intervening before disease occurs, and detecting and treating the disease at an early stage. Preventive drugs are used to help cure the disease and maintain good health.

Track 3: Personalized Medicine

Personalized medicine is a materializing practice of medicine that uses an individual’s genetic profile to guide decisions made regarding prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of disease genetic makeup, it is beginning to control the limitations of traditional medicine. Personalized medicine is the changing of medical treatment to the separate characteristics of each patient. Personalized medicine can be considered in addition to the traditional process of understanding and treating disease. Physicians can select a treatment protocol based on the patient’s molecular profile. Personalized medicine has possible to change the way of thinking about healthcare, then identify those and manage health problems.

Track 4: Lifestyle Medicine

Lifestyle and Behavior play the most important role in everyday life and can affect our health. Lifestyle medicine is focused on improving, and motivating the patient’s habits and behavior. It is also educating about lifestyle food habits and regular physical activity, stress management, and positive social connection. Life medications are the way of treatment and execution of infection. Life medicine turns the favored methodology and can have the greatest impact on diseases including:

Track 5: Predictive Medicine

 Predictive medicine is a department of medicine that needs to predict the probability of disease and instituting preventive measures to either prevent the disease or materially decrease its impact upon the patient. Predictive medicine goal is the practice of obtaining and classify individual patients and analyzing data to predict the patient's risk for an outcome of interest. Predictive medicine is based on the uses of biomarkers or phenotypic traits allowing for the advanced selection of optimal effective diagnostic therapy.

Track 6: Personalized Drug Therapy

The personalized drug is a field of medication that involves expecting the prospect of sickness and establishing preventive measures keeping in mind the end goal to either keep the nourishment by and large or altogether moderate its effect upon the patient. Methods of measures incorporate new born screening, diagnostic testing, medical bioinformatics; carrier testing, infant screening is a general program. In recent years preventive care as individualized as the disease itself is getting increasingly important in human medicine, pharmaceutical care, and the healthcare industry. One of the most important concepts of personalized medicine is “the right drug for the right patient at the right dose and time”. 

Track 7: Immunology Infectious Disease

Immunology infectious disease is involves the study of how the immune system responds to infectious agents, how infectious agents interact with, modify the immune system. Many components of the immune system are biological and connected with any specific organ but rather are circulating in various tissues located throughout the body.     Immunotherapy is a new class of cancer treatment that works to equip the innate powers of the immune system to fight cancer. Because the immune system is unique properties. These therapies may hold greater potential than current treatment considers fighting cancer more powerfully.       

Track 8: Cardiology and Cardiovascular Medicine

Cardiovascular diseases are the main cause of death. Cardiovascular medicine has wonderful advances in human genetic and genomic research. The genetic risk of common cardiovascular disease is still inexplicable. The status and possibility of personalized medicine for cardiovascular disease will be presented. Personalized medicine's main goal is “the right treatment to the right patient at the right time”. In cardiovascular medicine, the potential of precision medicine applies to all stages of disease development and includes risk prediction. Cardiovascular medicine often relies on non-invasive diagnostic procedures and symptom-based disease management. Gender issues are not fully explored in precision medicine although the opportunity to use molecular data to more accurately manage men and women with cardiovascular disease has been acknowledged. The mind-set is required to fully exploit the potential of precision medicine to instrument the global burden of cardiovascular disease.

Track 9: Psychotherapy

Psychotherapy is a general expression for treating mental health problems by talking with a psychiatrist. During psychotherapy, we learn about our present condition and moods, feelings, thoughts, and behavior. There are many types of psychotherapy, but the two most popular therapies are psychodynamic therapy and cognitive behavioral therapy. The main psychotherapy falls into five broad categories:

Track 10: Personalized Medicine for Gastroenterology

Gastrointestinal cancer refers to infectious conditions of the gastrointestinal tract and other organs involved in digestion, including the esophagus, stomach, biliary system, small intestine, rectum, and anus. The symptoms relate to the organ affected and may include restriction, abnormal bleeding, and other related problems. Through personalized medicine, we try to determine the physical composition of the disease, the genotype of the patient, and the exposure to environmental factors.

Track 11: Treatment of Genetic Disorders

Treatments of genetic disorders are based on the person’s genes, mainly through the treatment of hereditary mistakes of metabolism. This is usually managed by a specialist in biochemical genetics working together with a primary care physician. As the pathophysiology of other genetic conditions has come too understood, additional disorders are responsive to treatment. If genetic studies reveal new treatments for multifactorial disorders, in some cases the treatments are likely to be used by primary care physicians. The important knowledge of genetic and genomics is the principles of management of the condition itself.

Track 12: Ethics of Personalized Medicine

The ethics of personalized medicine became a matter when some laboratory tests resulted in women incorrectly she has been told that they have a high risk of breast or ovarian cancer. Ethical issues are not confined to the utilization of genetic information but can be raised with the possession of human material for the advancement of knowledge. Personalized medicine is that branch of medicine whereby a patient’s treatment and forecast are based on his genes. Recent genetic research explains the variations and similarities between humans and their diseases, and universities have not set stringent, some numerous tests and kits are valid for some suspect biomarkers.

Track 13: Advances in Molecular Diagnostics

Personalized Medicine is a developing routine of medication that uses an individual's inherited profile to guide choices made concerning the counteractive action, determination, and treatment of affliction. Information of a patient's hereditary profile can offer specialists some assistance with selecting the best possible prescription or treatment and manage it utilizing the correct measurement or prescribed course of medical treatment, Utilized for the treatment as Personalized growth solution, Diabetes-related sickness: hazard estimation and administration, Personalized pharmaceutical: New procedures and monetary consequence, Implications of customized prescription in the treatment of HIV, Applications of the customized drug in uncommon illnesses, relocation Medicine.

Track 14: Personalized Cancer Medicine

Personalized cancer medicine is a study of human genes and the genes in different cancers. These studies have helped researchers design more essential treatments. They have also used genetic information to develop tests for cancer and ways to prevent it. Personalized medicine is based on your medical care, your genes, and your specific disease. Genes are telling the information is the cells in your body how to grow and develop. Many cancers affect or involve specific genes. Learn more about cancer and your genes. This approach can also be called Precision medicine. Personalized cancer medicine can have fewer side effects than other types of treatment. This is because it is designed to be more specific. Personalized medicine may affect healthy cells less and cells involved in cancer more. Your doctor may work with you on a personalized cancer screening or cancer treatment plan. This may include: 

Track 15: Stem Cell and Cell Therapy

Stem cell treatments, also known as regenerative medicine, promote the repair response of diseased, defective, or injured tissue using stem cells or their derivatives. In organ transplant and uses cells instead of donor organs, which are limited in supply? A stem cell line is a group of cells that all plunge from a single original stem cell and are grown in a lab. Cells in a stem cell line keep growing but don't differentiate into specialized cells. Generally, they remain free of genetic defects and continue to create more stem cells. Groups of cells can be taken from a stem cell line and preserved for storage or shared with other researchers. Some researchers have already shown that adult bone marrow cells guided to become heart-like cells can repair heart tissue in people, and more research is continuing.

Track 16: Paths of Biomarkers

In medication, a biomarker and sub-atomic markers are the measurable pointers of the seriousness or precincts of some infection state. All the more by and large a biomarker is anything that can be utilized as a marker of a specific regimen state or some other physiological condition of a living being Drug-Diagnostic Co-Development. In the present period of stratified solution and biomarker-driven treatments, the Centre has moved from forecasts taking into account the conventional anatomic arranging frameworks to direct the decision of treatment for an individual patient to a coordinated methodology utilizing the hereditary cosmetics of the tumor and the genotype of the patient. Genomics and other innovations have to a great extent added to the recognizable proof and the improvement of biomarkers such as hierarchy biomarkers in customized pharmaceuticals.

Track 17: Pharmacometabolomics

Pharmacometabolomics is a field that stems from metabolomics, the quantification, and analysis of metabolites produced by the body. It refers to the direct measurement of metabolites in an individual's bodily fluids, envisions or evaluates the metabolism of pharmaceutical compounds, and better understands the pharmacokinetic profile of a drug. On the other hand, pharmacometabolomics can be applied to measure metabolite levels following the administration of a pharmaceutical compound, to monitor the effects of the compound on certain metabolic pathways. This provides a detailed mapping of drug effects on metabolism and the alleyways that are implicated in the mechanism of variation of response to treatment. Also, the metabolic profile of an individual at baseline provides information about how individuals respond to treatment and highlights heterogeneity within a disease state. All the approaches require the quantification of metabolites found in bodily fluids and tissue, such as blood or urine, and can be used in the evaluation of pharmaceutical treatment options for numerous disease states.

Track 18: Artificial Intelligence and Digital Medicine

Artificial intelligence has recently surpassed human performance in several domains, and there is great hope that in healthcare, AI may allow for better prevention, detection, diagnosis, and treatment of disease. While many fear that AI will disrupt jobs and the physician-patient relationship, we believe that AI can eliminate many repetitive tasks to clear the way for human-to-human bonding and the application of emotional intelligence and judgment. Recent studies of AI applications in healthcare provide a view of a future where healthcare delivery is a more unified, human experience.                                                              

Track 19: Prostate Cancer and Therapeutic Implications

Prostatic carcinoma is the most common cancer diagnosed in men and is often multifocal. On-going controversy exists about the most appropriate system of tumor classification and grading and the optimal curative treatment approaches. The recent progress in the pathogenesis of multifocal prostatic adenocarcinoma and its biologic, pathologic, prognostic, and therapeutic implications. Prostatic cancer multimodality makes accurate clinical staging difficult, and repeated revisions have been undertaken to optimize prognostic accuracy. Although the revision represents an improvement over the previous systems, the clinical significance of the T2 sub staging is questionable. Also discussed is the potential impact of tumor multimodality and clonal heterogeneity on the oncologic efficacy of novel focal ablative approaches. The clinical significance of smaller secondary tumors and the relationship between the expanse of chromosomal abnormalities and the metastatic potential of an individual tumor focus were reviewed.

Track 20: Preventive Medicine and Public Healthcare

Medicine and public health, recognizing the inherent interdependency of these fields, established the Medicine/Public Health Initiative in the mid and evolving forum in which representatives of both sectors can explore their mutual interests in improving health and define collaborative mechanisms to achieve that goal. The creativity participants developed six goals that they and others in medicine and public health across the nation should implement: engage the community; change the education process; create joint research attempts by clinical, public health, and preventive medicine investigators, develop a shared view of illness between medicine and public health, working together to provide health care and work jointly to develop health care assessment measures. The authors describe the six goals in-depth and explain the important combined roles of clinically-oriented preventive medicine and community-oriented preventive medicine as practiced in a model of health care delivery called community-oriented primary care in implementing the Initiative's goals. They then report recent efforts, including two in Boston and Dallas, to merge medicine and public health, and state that academic health cancer’s, which are in the process of reshaping themselves, can help themselves as well as the public by holding their key role in the effort to integrate medicine and public health. In particular, they can expand and strengthen existing training programs in preventive medicine and COPC or add these programs to their modules.

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