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International Conference on Biotechnology and Health Care , will be organized around the theme “Exploring Innovative Solutions in Biotech and Healthcare for better quality of Life ”

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Biotechnology covers a broad spectrum of scientific application that is applied in many sectors including health and agriculture. It involves the use of living organisms, or its parts in order to deliver innovative methods of production and create new products like new vaccine production to avoid disease attack; genetically modified plants; bacteria having the ability to cleaning up oil spills. All these features are related to biotechnology that is totally applicable to human health care has a tremendous impact on the necessity of patients and there families as it not only revolves around medicine and diagnostics that are produced employing a biotechnological process but also involves gene and cell therapies, recombinant DNA products, tissue engineered products and controlling environmental pollution.

  •     Healthcare technology
  •     Biotechnologists and Biotechnology careers
  •     Regulatory and Aspects in Biotechnology
  •     Pharmacist in Healthcare system
  •     Global Electronic Health record and
  •     Global Biotechnology market 





The study of living organisms at a deeper level at cellular basis is known as microbiology. Microbiology has various subjects and its importance varies in each sign. 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. A Cell is a chemical system that is able to maintain its structure and reproduce. Cells are the fundamental unit of life. The body of some organisms like bacteria, protozoans and some algae is made up of a single cell while the body of fungi, plants and animals are composed of many cells.  The human body is built of about one trillion cells. Nothing less than a cell is alive. Group of cells can be organized and function as multicellular organisms.  The life of a cell depends upon thousands of chemical reaction and interaction coordinated with genetic instruction of cell and its environment.                                                                                

  •   Cell growth and development
  •   Stem cell cytology
  •    Cell biochemistry
  •    Plant and Animal cell biology
  •    Virology

Food Biotechnology applying a technology to change genes of different species on earth to make the product more marketable. Taste, shelf life, nutrition and quality of food are more in gene-modified plants and animals and few help in providing the best enzymes which are very useful in today’s world. 

  • Food Chemistry and Nutrition
  • Dairy technology
  • A technology of Animal Food
  • Food Quality control
  • Meat and Marine Technology
  • Morden Fruits and vegetables processing techniques
  • Food Microbiology  

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 hybridisation to the introduction of a new variety is at least eight to ten years.  Plants are flowing asexual and sexual reproduction system where new plants are produced. They can be medical plants, fruiting plants and flowering plants. Animal biotechnology is a recently revolutionized concept of Biotechnology.  It includes Tissue culture, Immunology, 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.

  •  Mitosis and Meiosis
  •  Animal Genomics
  •  Animal Vaccines
  •  Animal Reproductive Biotechnology
  •  Breeding
  •  Mutagenesis

Industrial biotechnology includes the modern application of biotechnology for sustainable processing and production of chemical products, materials and fuels. Biotechnological processing uses enzymes and microorganisms to produce products that are useful to a broad range of industrial sectors, including chemical and pharmaceutical, human and animal nutrition, pulp and paper, textiles, energy, materials and polymers, using renewable raw materials. Fermentation process is mainly involving the biochemical activity of organisms. Fermentation is which the living cell is able to obtain energy through the breakdown of glucose and other simple sugar molecules without requiring oxygen and fermentation process is mainly used in industries to produce carbon dioxide from the yeast. Fermentation technology is mainly used and involves microorganisms and enzymes for production of the compound.

  • Fermentation economics
  • Scale fermentation
  • Cell culture technology
  • Solid state fermentation
  • Bio Energy and biofuels
  • Enzyme engineering and technology

Biotechnology which helps in innovating new technologies for the sustainable environment is known as environmental biotechnology. Environmental Biotechnology gives the 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. 

  •  Biotreatment
  •  Biodegradation
  •  Biosensors
  •  Pollution treatment
  •  Mass transfer

Recombinant DNA technology involves joining together of DNA molecules to produce some new genetic combinations by inserting it into a host organism. Nowadays Scientists are carrying out many novel types of research in the field of recombinant DNA technology to bring revolution in the field of genetic engineering of crops, animals and medicine.

  • Genetic engineering
  • Mutagenesis
  • Hybridization
  • Transgenic
  • DNA mapping and sequencing
  • Recombinant proteins
  • Innovative vaccines and pharmaceuticals through Recombination.

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.  Genetic engineering is possible to create plants that can resist herbicides while they grow. It also becomes to create new threats to our food supply. Genetic technology allows to modified plants and animals, their maturity can occur the quicker pace. It can create an extended life. And it can also be created new products such as potato to produce more kcal and this could potentially reduce global food insecurity.

  • Human and Plant genetics
  • Genetic biodiversity and taxonomy
  • Biostatistics
  • Proteomics
  • Pharmacogenomics
  • Structural genomics
  • DNA forensic

The term Nano Biotechnology refers to the combination of nanotechnology and biology. The concepts that are enhanced through Nanobiology includes Nanoparticle, Nanodevice, Nanoscale phenomena that occur within the discipline of nanotechnology. This approach of biology allows scientists to imagine and create systems that can be used for the biological research. 

  • Gene therapy
  • Nanomedicines
  • Nano-Antibodies
  • Target specific drug delivery
  • Lipid nanotechnology

Marine biotechnology may include techniques such as bioprocessing, bio harvesting, bioprospecting, bioremediation, biochemistry, genetics, genomics using bioreactor and many more. Marine biotechnology is involving in many kinds like food, health, cosmetics, aquaculture, agriculture and many more. Nowadays it is also helping in cancer treatment, monitoring ocean pollution and also developing new medicines. Marine biotechnology clearly incorporates enormous social and economic benefits.     

  • Marine flora and fauna
  • Marine viruses
  • Marine microalgae
  • Microbial bio prospecting in marine environments
  • Marine enzymes
  • Marine microbiology

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, Hypersensitivity. Immunotechnology is an important arm of biotechnology, constituting the industrial scale application of immunological procedures to produce vaccines, for mass immunisation 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 the more specific DNA vaccines.

  •  Immune development and differentiation
  •  Tumour immunology and therapy
  •  Autoimmunity, Allergy and Transplantation
  •  Infections and microbial immune regulation
  •  Cell signalling 
  •  Vaccines and Immunization

Bioinformatics is the combination of using applications of computer technology and applying it to the management of biological information. It combines the logic of computer science along with research and genetics of biology. This information is then able to be applied to the discovery and development of gene-based drugs.  Mostly Bioinformatics are convenient for accurate verification and they easily identify which type of characteristics can be stored. Large databases can be accessed to verify identities.

  •  Biostatistics and BioModelling  
  •  Bio-Molecules
  •  Computer-aided Drug Designing
  •  Genomics
  •  Neuroscience and technology
  •  cDNA libraries
  •  Computational genomics

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 to 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.

  •  Sexually transmitted infections
  •  Reproductive Tract Infections
  •  Pathogenic viruses
  •  Pathogenic bacteria
  •  Disorders 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 in 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.

  • Healthcare Communications
  • Patient Safety
  • Healthcare Finance
  • Healthcare Databases
  • Healthcare Diagnostics
  • Healthcare 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 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.

  • Monitor health trends and identify health risk
  • Disaster Management & Emergency Preparedness
  • Nursing education and practice
  • Surgical and Clinical Nursing
  • Legal 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 healthcare 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.

  • Healthcare Billing services
  • Nursing services
  • Ambulatory Surgical Center
  • Accommodation and Medical Services