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2nd International Convention on Biotechnology and Healthcare, will be organized around the theme “Future Directions to Biotechnology and Healthcare ”

Biotech Health Congress 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Biotech Health Congress 2019

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Biotechnology applies the knowledge of biology to enhance and improve the environment, health, and food supply. Biotechnology is a very huge field and its applications are used in a variety of fields of science such as agriculture, healthcare, industrial, crop production, and environmental uses. But biotechnology is most important for its implications in health and medicine and has played a major role in agriculture by altering the genescloning various crops in order to provide better quality products of food to improve our lives.
 
 
  • Track 1-1Bioprocessed Products
  • Track 1-2Biosafety
  • Track 1-3Manufacturing of Vaccinations and Genetic Testing
  • Track 1-4Forensic Sciences
  • Track 1-5Cloning, Recombinant Selection and Expression
  • Track 1-6Metabolism
Track 2  Microbiology:
 
Microbiology is the study of microscopic organisms, such as bacteria, viruses, Achaea, fungi, and protozoa. This discipline includes fundamental research on the biochemistry, physiology, cell biology, ecology, evolution and clinical aspects of microorganisms, including the host response to these agents and its importance varies in each significantly, Some are responsible for a significant proportion of the diseases affecting not only humans but also plants and animals, while others are vitally important in the maintenance and modification of our environment. Still, others play an essential role in the industry, where their unique properties have been harnessed in the production of food, beverages, and antibiotics. Scientists also have learned how to exploit microorganisms in the field of molecular biology, which makes an enormous impact both industrially and medically. Microbiology also encompasses immunology, the study of the body’s ability to mount defenses against infectious microbes.
 
  • Track 2-1Industrial Microbiology
  • Track 2-2Bio macro-molecules
  • Track 2-3Cell division (prokaryotic cell & eukaryotic cell)
  • Track 2-4Microbial nutrition and cultivation
  • Track 2-5Microbial nutrition and cultivation
  • Track 2-6About microorganisms (fungi, protozoa, algae, viruses)
  • Track 2-7Microbial genetics (DNA, RNA, PCR)
Track 3 Cell Biology:
 
Cell biology is the academic discipline that studies the basic unit of living things, cells. Cells are the smallest independently functioning unit in the structure of an organism and usually consist of a nucleus surrounded by cytoplasm and enclosed by a membrane. Cell biology examines, on microscopic and molecular levels, the physiological properties, structure, organelles (such as nuclei and mitochondria), interactions, life cycle, division and death of these basic units of organisms. Cell biology research extends to both the great diversity of single-celled organisms, such as bacteria and the many specialized cells in multicellular organisms, such as animals and plants. The field of cell biology traditionally has focused on questions concerning how the various organelles work and work together, how these cellular processes are regulated and how the various cells within the organism communicate with each other. Some sub-disciplines of cell biology are Active and Passive Transport, Cell Adhesion, cell division, cell signaling, and cellular metabolism.
 
  • Track 3-1Cell growth and development
  • Track 3-2Cell growth and development
  • Track 3-3Stem cell cytology
  • Track 3-4Cell biochemistry
  • Track 3-5Plant and Animal cell biology
 
All organisms on Earth evolved from a common ancestor, so all organisms use DNA as their molecule of heredityRecombinant DNA techniques are also a cornerstone of the biotechnology industry. At the chemical level, DNA is the same whether it is taken from a microscopic bacterium or a blue whale. As a result, DNA from different organisms can be “cut and pasted” together, resulting in “recombinant DNA”. The ability to cut, paste, and copy molecules of DNA was not only a watershed moment for scientific research but spawned an entire industry built on genetic engineering. The First successful product, a synthetic form of human insulin produced by bacteria that were engineered to contain the insulin gene. Today recombinant DNA technology is used extensively in research laboratories worldwide to explore myriad questions about gene structure, function, expression pattern, regulation, and much more.
 
 
  • Track 4-1Genetic engineering
  • Track 4-2Mutagenesis
  • Track 4-3Hybridization
  • Track 4-4Transgenic
  • Track 4-5DNA mapping and sequencing
  • Track 4-6Recombinant proteins
  • Track 4-7Innovative vaccines and pharmaceuticals through Recombination
Track 5 Stem Cells:
 
Stem cells also called tissue-specific or somatic stem cell are undifferentiated cells that can turn into specific cells, as the body needs them. Stem cells also show promise for treating some diseases that currently have no cure. Stem cells originate from two main sources: adult body tissues and embryos. Scientists are also working on ways to develop stem cells from other cells, using genetic "reprogramming" techniques. Research on stem cells continues to advance knowledge about how an organism develops from a single cell and how healthy cells replace damaged cells in adult organisms. Stem cell research is one of the most fascinating areas of contemporary biology, but, as with many expanding fields of scientific inquiry, research on stem cells raises scientific questions as rapidly as it generates new discoveries.
 
 
  • Track 5-1Embryonic Stem Cells
  • Track 5-2Genetically modified stem cell therapy
  • Track 5-3Tissue stem cells
  • Track 5-4Induced pluripotent stem cells
Track 6 Biochemistry:
 
Biochemistry, sometimes called biological chemistry, is the study of chemical processes within and relating to living organisms. Biochemistry can be divided into three fields; molecular geneticsprotein science, and metabolism. Biochemistry has obvious applications in medicine, dentistry, and veterinary medicine. In food science, biochemists determine the chemical composition of foods, research ways to develop abundant and inexpensive sources of nutritious foods, develop methods to extract nutrients from waste products, and/or invent ways to prolong the shelf life of food products. In agriculture, biochemists study the interaction of herbicides/insecticides with plants and pests. They examine the structure-activity relationships of compounds, determine their ability to inhibit growth, and evaluate the toxicological effects on surrounding life. It also spills over into pharmacology, physiology, microbiology, toxicology, and clinical chemistry.
 
  • Track 6-1Animal and Plant Biochemistry
  • Track 6-2Photosynthesis
  • Track 6-3Photosynthesis
  • Track 6-4Amino acids
  • Track 6-5Organic Chemistry
 
Industrial Biotechnology, also known as white or environmental biotechnology is the application of nature toolset to the production of bio-based chemicals, materials, and fuels. A substantial part of this life science activates are devoted directly or indirectly to industrial biotechnology. 
 
  • Track 7-1Scale fermentation
  • Track 7-2Cell culture technology
  • Track 7-3Solid state fermentation
  • Track 7-4Advanced microbiology
  • Track 7-5Bio transformation
 
Plant biotechnology describes in which scientific techniques are used to develop useful and beneficial plants. Plant breeding is a lengthy process and the time required for hybridization to the introduction of a new variety is at least eight to ten years. Animal biotechnology is a recently revolutionized concept of Biotechnology. It includes Tissue cultureImmunology, Genetics, Microbiology and Biochemistry and many more. Genetically modified animal biotechnology can be used to improve our food supply and develop new medical treatments. Nonetheless, biotechnology has developed significantly in veterinary biologics vaccines and antibiotics. Researchers have done cloning on a number of different animals, including cows, pigs, goats, horses, mice, cats, dogs and many more. 
 
 

 

  • Track 8-1Animal Reproductive Biotechnology
  • Track 8-2Breeding
  • Track 8-3Mutagenesis
  • Track 8-4Mitosis and Meiosis
  • Track 8-5Animal Genomics and Vaccines
Track 9 Immunology:
 
Immunology is the study of the immune system, which protects us from infection. There are three main ways in which the immune system contributes to disease: Activation, Immunodeficiency, and HypersensitivityImmunotechnology is an important arm of biotechnology, constituting the industrial scale application of immunological procedures to produce vaccines, for mass immunization to prevent prevalent diseases and/or producing immunological therapeutic agents to cure the afflicted. Production of protein vaccines has been in large-scale use for a long time and the current trend is to develop more specific DNA vaccines.
 
 
  • Track 9-1Immune development and differentiation
  • Track 9-2Tumour immunology and therapy
  • Track 9-3Autoimmunity, Allergy and Transplantation
  • Track 9-4Infections and microbial immune regulation
  • Track 9-5Vaccines and Immunization
  • Track 9-6Immunogenetics
 
Environmental biotechnology is the branch of biotechnology that addresses environmental problems, such as the removal of pollution, renewable energy generation or biomass production, by exploiting biological processes. Environmental Biotechnology gives a response to a chemical that helps to measure the level of damage caused or the exposure of the toxic or the pollution effect caused. It is using for purifying to Solid, liquid and gaseous wastes either by recycling to make new products so that the end product is less harmful to the environment.
 
  • Track 10-1Biotreatment
  • Track 10-2Biodegradation
  • Track 10-3Biosensors
  • Track 10-4Pollution treatment
  • Track 10-5Mass transfer
Track 11 Genetic Engineering:    
                 
Genetic engineering is the act of modifying the genetic makeup of an organism. Modifications can be generated by methods such as gene targeting, nuclear transplantationtransfection of synthetic chromosomes or viral insertion. Selective breeding is not considered a form of genetic engineering. Genetic engineering is the act of modifying the genetic makeup of an organism. Modifications can be generated by methods such as gene targeting, nuclear transplantation, transfection of synthetic chromosomes or viral insertion. Selective breeding is not considered a form of genetic engineering.
 
  • Track 11-1Molecular Genetics
  • Track 11-2DNA technology
  • Track 11-3Human and Plant genetics
  • Track 11-4Genetic biodiversity and taxonomy
  • Track 11-5Cytogenetic
 
Molecular Biology is a field of biology that studies the composition, structure, and interaction of cellular molecules such as nucleic acid and proteins that carries out the biological processes that are essential for the cell’s functions and maintenance. Molecular biology activity concerns the various systems of a cell, including the interactions between the different types of DNA, RNA and proteins. It has many applications like in gene finding, molecular mechanisms of diseases and its therapeutic approaches by cloning, expression, and regulation of a gene.
 
 
  • Track 12-1Biostatistics
  • Track 12-2Proteomics
  • Track 12-3Pharmacogenomics
  • Track 12-4Structural genomics

 Track 13 Fermentation Technology:

 
Fermentation technology has been a long-favored organic process owing to its simplicity of reaction, high specificity, low costs, and flexibility of application. Fermentation’s applications area unit speedily breaching the orbit of foodstuffs like wine, cheese, bread, and beer, into high-value chemicals, pharmaceutical ingredients, and food-related chemicals. Further, rising hydrocarbon costs and depleting fuel reserves have created a strong case for affordable and easy fermentation processes for manufacturing drop-in chemical replacements. “There has been a spurt in analysis efforts, each within the company and tutorial sector, driven mostly by fermentation applications among the energy and utilities, specialty chemicals, and prescribed drugs industries,” says the analyst of this analysis. “Energy - or a lot of specific, biofuels - has evinced sizeable interest in applying fermentative techniques to provide cost-competitive bioethanol.”
 

 

  • Track 13-1Solid state fermentation
  • Track 13-2Cell disruption
  • Track 13-3Fermentation economics
Agricultural biotechnology is a collection of scientific techniques used to improve plants, animals, and micro-organisms. Advances in plant biology were being applied to breed more productive and robust crops. Mechanization reduced the labor requirements of many agricultural processes, such as planting and harvesting. Under saffron network focus is on developing a tissue culture protocol for corm production of desired size, develop in vitro micro plants for cormlets production and develop complete agro-technology for use of cormlets of small size, characterization of microflora of rhizosphere associated with Saffron crop to develop consortia of beneficial microbes, for genetic improvement of Saffron and functional genomics approaches in understanding the regulation of synthesis and accumulation of Apo carotenoids.
 
 

 

  • Track 14-1Crop Science and Production
  • Track 14-2Plant Biology
  • Track 14-3Molecular Breeding
  • Track 14-4Seed Technology
  • Track 14-5Poultry Science
  • Track 14-6Past Resistant crops
 
Public Health is the science of protecting and improving the health of the people and their communities. Public health professionals try to prevent problems from happening or recurring through implementing educational programs, recommending policies, administering services and conducting research in contrast to clinical professionals like doctors and nurses, who focus primarily on treating individuals after they become sick or injured. Public health also works to limit health disparities. A large part of public health is promoting healthcare equity, quality, and accessibility.
 
 
 
  • Track 15-1Community Healthcare
  • Track 15-2Public Health Laws and Regulations
  • Track 15-3Health Economics
  • Track 15-4Public Health Workforce Capacity Building
 
Healthcare is the set of services provided by a country or an organization for the treatment of the physically and the mentally ill. The flow of irresistible infections puts little new-born children too youthful to possibly be inoculated in danger of dreariness and mortality, regularly requiring delayed hospitalization. Inoculation against a scope of bacterial and viral sicknesses is an essential piece of transmittable illness control around the world.
 
  • Track 16-1Sexually transmitted infections
  • Track 16-2Reproductive Tract Infections
  • Track 16-3Pathogenic viruses
  • Track 16-4Pathogenic bacteria
  • Track 16-5Disorders of Connective Tissue and Skeleton
 
The role of healthcare professionals as being versatile is an important factor in hospital management. During their academic internships and training, most of the hospital management professionals have exposures to all these functions. Functions and works in the hospital are usually rotated as well as shuffled. So over the duration of an entire career, a hospital management professional would have been trained and worked in just about every area of management. Also, hospital management administrators, members, and staff work with strict rules of accountability. Efficiency is a must in which all the various functions in the hospital have to be carried out very smoothly. Although technology plays a big part to help these professionals in a few areas; they also need to be resourceful and intuitively on many instances, even without the help of technology. Examples are through care and public relations with the patients as well as suppliers. It is the human element that is needed with these kinds of function and relations.
 

 

  • Track 17-1Healthcare Communications
  • Track 17-2Patient Safety
  • Track 17-3Healthcare Finance
  • Track 17-4Healthcare Databases
  • Track 17-5Healthcare Diagnostics
  • Track 17-6Healthcare system and Law
 
Nurses are responsible for assessing patients’ needs and diagnosing illnesses. As such, nurses are an integral part of the comprehensive standards of care and health promotion. The World Health Organization (WHO) defines health promotion as “the process of enabling people to increase control over the determinants of health and thereby improving their health.” The three main tenets of health promotion are an advocate, enable and mediate. Nurses advocate on behalf of their patients and the community at large by supporting causes that help optimize health, such as non-profit organizations and educational campaigns. Nurses enable or empower their patients by striving for equal access to healthcare services. Race, gender and ethnicity are important factors to consider. Finally, to promote health for all citizens, nurses play the role of mediator between healthcare providers, governments, businesses, and the media. Collaboration between various institutions is the only way to ensure the health of a population.
 
 
  • Track 18-1Monitor health trends and identify health risk
  • Track 18-2Disaster Management & Emergency Preparedness
  • Track 18-3Nursing education and practice
  • Track 18-4Surgical and Clinical Nursing
  • Track 18-5Legal Nursing

 

 
The provision of high-quality, affordable, health care services is an increasingly difficult challenge. Due to the complexities of health care services and systems, investigating and interpreting the use, costs, quality, accessibility, delivery, organization, financing, and outcomes of health care services is key to informing government officials, insurers, providers, consumers, and others making decisions about health-related issues. Health services researchers examine the access to care, health care costs and processes, and the outcomes of health services for individuals and populations.
 
 

 

  • Track 19-1Healthcare Billing services
  • Track 19-2Nursing services
  • Track 19-3Ambulatory surgical Center
  • Track 19-4Ambulatory surgical Center
  • Track 19-5Accommodation and Medical Services