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Medical practitioner Conferences

Posted: November 21, 2017 at 10:32 am

The purpose behind this message is to welcome you at the upcoming “May 21-22, 2018 Osaka, Japan” which will be held on May 11-12, 2018 at Osaka, Japan. This gathering manages the one of a kind technique for Medicine and its inventive procedures. The conference is a two-day event, comprised of Keynote Presentations, Poster, Oral talks, Symposia, Workshop, Scientific meetings and Exhibitions in the field of Medicine and Surgery, for an Exhibitions and workshops. Sessions at the conference are designed to cover a broad spectrum of subjects in oncology and you are free to choose one and inform us at your convenience. Physicians Meet 2018 Emphasizes on: General Physicians Meet, Surgical Nursing, Cardiology and Vascular Surgery, Psychology and Psychiatric disorders, Dental, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, Gastroenterology and Hepatology, Pediatric Nephrology, Neurology and Brain disorders, Oncology, Ophthalmology and Vision Science etc. For more details Visit: https://annualmeeting.conferenceseries.com/physicians/ Looking forward for your reply Thanks and regards Alicia Fernando Program Manager Medical practitioner Conferences +1-6508894686 ext 6059, 6060 Conferenceseries LLC Kemp House, 152 City Road, London EC1V 2NX, UK. E-mail: [email protected]Continue reading

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Future medicine-makers get a peek into the industry – Andover Townsman

Posted: August 25, 2017 at 7:41 am

It isn't often that you see teens huddled around beakers and graduated cylinders, looking at chemistry equations, wearing slightly over-sized lab coats over their jeans and sneakers. Outside of a classroom, that is. But high school students got to do just that, in a real laboratory, working alongside real scientists, just last week. The Eisai Andover innovative Medicines Institute (AiM) on Corporate Drive is a facility where scientists from many different sciences work to develop medicines for diseases such as Alzheimers and cancer. AiM is a part of Eisai, an international human health care company that creates products and conducts medicine research. AiM held a week-long event for high school students to educate them about medicine and science on the week of Aug. 14.The event was put together by Nadeem Sarwar, president of AiM. Sarwar had done this a few years ago and it was very successful," said Sarah Buco, senior human resources manager of Eisai US. "It was a similar approach that was hands-on, but also had lectures, almost like science camp." Students listened to lectures, participated in experiments like synthesizing aspirin, and prepared a presentation based on research during their time at AiM. We want to inspire the … Continue reading

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The best way to fix broken bones might be with glass – BBC News

Posted: August 9, 2017 at 6:49 pm

In 2002, Ian Thompson, a specialist in facial reconstruction at Kings College, London, received an urgent phone call. A patient in his late 20s had been struck by an out-of-control car mounting the pavement. The impact had sent him catapulting over the bonnet of the car, smashing his face and shattering the fragile orbital floor the tiny bone, no more than 1mm thick, which holds the eyeball in place in the skull. Without the orbital floor, your eye moves backwards into the skull, almost as a defensive mechanism, Thompson explains. But this results in blurred vision and lack of focus. This patient had also lost the ability to perceive colour. His job involved rewiring aircraft and as he could no longer detect a red wire from a blue one, hed barely been able to work in three years. The accident had happened three years earlier. Since then, surgeons had desperately tried to reconstruct the bony floor and push the eye back into position, first using material implants and then bone from the patients own rib. Both attempts had failed. Each time, infection set in after a few months, causing extreme pain. And now the doctors were out of ideas. You … Continue reading

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Future Medicine, Ltd.

Posted: April 7, 2016 at 7:45 am

This site uses cookies to improve performance. If your browser does not accept cookies, you cannot view this site. There are many reasons why a cookie could not be set correctly. Below are the most common reasons: This site uses cookies to improve performance by remembering that you are logged in when you go from page to page. To provide access without cookies would require the site to create a new session for every page you visit, which slows the system down to an unacceptable level. This site stores nothing other than an automatically generated session ID in the cookie; no other information is captured. In general, only the information that you provide, or the choices you make while visiting a web site, can be stored in a cookie. For example, the site cannot determine your email name unless you choose to type it. Allowing a website to create a cookie does not give that or any other site access to the rest of your computer, and only the site that created the cookie can read it. Excerpt from: Future Medicine, Ltd. … Continue reading

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Antimicrobial resistance in the 21st century — Future Microbiology special focus issue

Posted: March 31, 2015 at 2:50 pm

March 30, 2015 - There are few global public health issues of greater importance than antimicrobial resistance in terms of impact on society. Many existing antimicrobials are becoming less effective and the development pipeline for new antibiotics is at an all-time low. Thus, change is needed to address antimicrobial resistance. This complex global public health challenge is tackled in a timely special focus issue of Future Microbiology, a peer-reviewed journal published by Future Medicine Ltd. Modern medicine relies on the widespread availability of effective antimicrobials to prevent and treat infections in humans and animals. However, resistance to all antimicrobials is growing; bacterial resistance to antibiotics being of the greatest concern. Microbial evolution cannot be outpaced, therefore, the solution will involve global collaboration and a more intelligent use of antibiotics. Future Microbiology's special focus issue brings together experts in the field to contribute on a broad range of topics to create a comprehensive update on antimicrobial resistance. It includes a range of Reviews, Perspectives, Editorials and Primary Research papers that cover some of the ways in which we can address this problem. Coverage includes tools for screening and surveillance, to alternative therapeutic options. "Antimicrobial resistance is a highly important public health … Continue reading

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Future of Medicine [Ae Template] – Video

Posted: March 10, 2015 at 3:48 am

Future of Medicine [Ae Template] Hello, everyone! Here is Brand New Template "Future Medicine" for After Effect (CS5 and above). Project designed for Your Medical Corporate Presentation or... By: FavoriteVideoStudio See the original post here: Future of Medicine [Ae Template] - Video … Continue reading

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Future Science Group commemorates a 15-year commitment to double-blind peer review

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IMAGE:Future Science Group is a progressive publisher focused on breakthrough medical, biotechnological, and scientific research. view more Credit: Future Science Group February 5, 2015 - Future Science Group today announced that it will continue to require double-blind peer review for research articles submitted to all 34 professional journals published by both of its imprints, Future Science and Future Medicine. FSG has employed the use of double-blind peer review since the launch of the company's first journal, Pharmacogenomics, in 2000. "Rigorous peer review policies have always been fundamental to our goal of publishing high-quality scientific information in all of our journals," said Phil Garner, Managing Director of Future Science Group. "While other journals are just now moving to this model of review, our journals have followed the double blind system for over 15 years, in order to remove any bias from the process." Recently, a few major scientific journals have announced plans to use double-blind review, in which both the authors and the reviewers are made anonymous. Future Science Group journals have always followed the double-blind system in order to remove bias, intentional or unintentional, from the process. Single blind peer review is still used by many scientific journals. In single-blind … Continue reading

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Future Science Group Commemorates a Fifteen-Year Commitment to Double Blind Peer Review, Offering a Level Playing …

Posted: March 5, 2015 at 6:52 am

(PRWEB UK) 5 March 2015 Future Science Group today announced that it will continue to require double-blind peer review for research articles submitted to all 34 professional journals published by both of its imprints, Future Science and Future Medicine. FSG has employed the use of double-blind peer review since the launch of the companys first journal, Pharmacogenomics, in 2000. Rigorous peer review policies have always been fundamental to our goal of publishing high-quality scientific information in all of our journals, said Phil Garner, Managing Director of Future Science Group. While other journals are just now moving to this model of review, our journals have followed the double blind system for over 15 years, in order to remove any bias from the process. Recently, a few major scientific journals have announced plans to use double-blind review, in which both the authors and the reviewers are made anonymous. Future Science Group journals have always followed the double-blind system in order to remove bias, intentional or unintentional, from the process. Single blind peer review is still used by many scientific journals. In single-blind peer review, manuscripts are sent to reviewers for assessment with the authors information included, but the peer reviewers themselves are … Continue reading

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$500K bill for future medicine students

Posted: March 3, 2015 at 6:50 am

New modelling shows babies born this year wanting to be doctors face medicine degrees over $500,000. Babies born this year who want to be doctors when they grow up could face a bill of more than $500,000 for their time at university, new modelling shows. That pricetag, in 2015 dollars, includes sharehouse rent paid during a six-year degree, university fees and other costs associated with studying like buying a computer and textbooks. The Australian Scholarships Group, which released the modelling on Tuesday, says someone who starts a six-year medicine degree in 2033 and lives away from home will pay $508,546. The cost is more than double what a medicine student in similar circumstances starting their degree this year would pay. ASG calculates university fees would rise from $70,325 for the six years starting now to $177,620 (in 2015 dollars) for a medicine degree started in 2033. A 2033 first year university student living at home would pay $267,875 over the lifetime of their degree. But ASG chief executive John Velegrinis points out it's not always possible for students to stay at home and reduce costs. "For students in regional Australia or those looking to travel interstate for further study, the … Continue reading

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Future Science Group Launches New Open Access Journal: Concussion

Posted: February 24, 2015 at 2:46 am

(PRWEB UK) 24 February 2015 Future Science Group (FSG) has launched Concussion, a new open access journal that publishes original research, reviews and commentaries addressing the assessment, management and short and long term implications of this subset of traumatic brain injury, which is gaining increasing attention. As professional sports leagues and parents of young athletes alike are placing more emphasis on concussion prevention and protocol, exciting developments in biomarker research are shedding new light on how to gauge the severity of concussions immediately after injury, as well as indicating future prognosis, said Commissioning Editor Hannah Wilson. Using the open access model, we hope to make the latest advances in basic, translational and clinical research in the field available to the broadest possible audience of readers. Topics covered by Concussion include: Concussion will be supported by an international editorial board consisting of leading experts in the field. Board member Steven P. Broglio, University of Michigan, MI, USA explained: Concussions have become a critical public health issue, resulting in a substantial increase in research. For a clinician searching for the most up-to-date information, Concussion can serve as the go-to journal. The journal will consider publication of original research, review and opinion articles. … Continue reading

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