Alliance Global was a sponsor this year at the 10th H3 Africa Consortium Meetings which was held in Gaborone, Botswana from the 12th – 15th of May at the Grand Palm Hotel Casino Convention Resort. The goal of the H3 Africa initiative is to facilitate a contemporary research approach to the study of the genomic and environmental determinants of common diseases in Africa, with the purpose of improving the health of African populations. Raksha Toolsi – Senior Sales Specialist for AGBL Sub Sahara was at the event representing Alliance Global as an exhibitor.
Alliance Global will be participating in the 9th edition of Obs-Gyne Exhibition & Congress. The conference is CME accredited and is the regions only show for women’s health professionals, it will be held from the 19th – 21st of April at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Center. The event will cover the management and prevention of chronic diseases pregnancy, the latest the latest updates in the detection and treatment of gyneoncologic disorders, the latest surgical techniques for the management of a range of gynaecologic disorders, evaluation of current and evidence-based approaches to managing menopause, appraisal of the latest clinical research and improve patient outcomes in reproductive health issues.
Alliance global participated in the The 2nd Upper Egypt Assisted Reproductive Conference 2017 in Cairo Egypt from the 22nd – 24th of Feb 2017. UEARS 2017 main theme was Translational Research in ART: Basic Science to Improve Clinical Practice. As the theme implies, it explored the reciprocation of ground breaking notions in the field of “Assisted Reproduction” with iconic mixture between International & Egyptian scholars.
The Conference featured leading state of The Art Lectures from KOL scientists, plenary lectures, interdisciplinary symposia, workshops, Hands-on, oral and poster sessions for all the participants to facilitate discussions on diagnosis; improve access and quality care; optimize the coordination of service providers; and foster high impact clinical research to expedite improved medical treatments. The conference mainly aimed at the education of the medical community and dissemination of reliable information to at-risk populations
Alliance Global participated in the 31st International Human Papilloma Virus Conference which was held in Cape Town, South Africa from the 28th Feb – 4th March 2017.
The conference covered papilloma virus (PV)-related topics from basic science to global health impact. In line with the IPVS mission of addressing the most recent advances across the spectrum of PV research, conference themes included the epidemiology and molecular biology of PVs; animal models for the study of papillomaviral disease; impact of the microbiome on HPV; basic immunology and pathogenesis of PVs; therapeutic and prophylactic vaccines; prevention of cervical cancer and other PV-associated diseases, and promotion of the spread of the scientific knowledge to benefit the whole community.
Arab Health is the largest gathering of healthcare and trade professionals in the MENA region. It will be taking place from the 30th of January to the 2nd of February 2017 at the Dubai International Convention and Exhibition Center, UAE. Come visit us at booth number Z2.B70 at Za’abeel Hall 4, we look forward to seeing you at the event.
MEDLAB 2017 will be held from the 6th – 9th of February at the Dubai International Convention & Exhibition Center. This year alliance global is one of the gold sponsors at the event, visit us at our booth Z4.E40, Za’abeel Hall 4.
The MEDLAB Middle East flagship event has established itself as one of the largest laboratory exhibitions in the world and has the largest number of conference delegates globally.
The 2017 edition of MEDLAB takes place from 6th-9th February and will feature over 400 cutting-edge laboratory technologies being showcased from over 700 exhibitors from 38 countries, expecting to welcome over 30,000 laboratory and trade professionals from all continents. During the four-day event, 11 multi-disciplinary conferences offer up to 28 CME credits that will be led by globally recognized speakers on topics including laboratory management, microbiology and immunology, and clinical chemistry. While incorporating new tracks specializing in blood transfusion medicine, laboratory informatics and updates in clinical diagnostics of cardiology and diabetes enabling the correlation of roles between laboratory professionals and clinicians. Delegates can also attend a number of workshops led by globally leading laboratory management and diagnostics companies. The workshops will cover a variety of areas including pediatric pathology and lab accreditation.
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AGBL successfully held a workshop on MIC and StemCell Technologies at the Functional Genomics Symposium which took place at the Sidra Medical and Research Center, Doha, Qatar on the 14th of December 2016. Alliance Global’s Fatima Kakal, Product Manager – Cell Biology & Molecular Biology, headed the workshop. The title of the talks were on Molecular Biology – Are you ready to introduce the world’s fastest real-time PCR solution to your laboratory, and Cell Biology – Induced Pluripotent Stem Cell preclinical research from patient specific cell; tools and protocols. AGBL would like to thank all of the attendees at the event that helped to make it a great success.
AGBL participated in the Functional Genomics Symposium 2016 which was held at the Qatar National Convention Center, Doha, Qatar.from the 12th – 15th of December. The theme of the symposium was “Nature vs. Nurture” and was organized as part of the Sidra Symposia Series and was directed towards academia, researchers, physicians, healthcare providers and regulatory agents involved in the field of genomics and genomic medicine. At the symposium, world-renowned scientists and clinicians presented state-of-the-art scientific discoveries, and addressed the interactions between nature and nurture and how the genetic patterns may be altered by a life experience, nutrition as well as the surrounding environment. The symposium will also addressed how these interactions are tackled and implemented in health care. Please see below for pictures from the symposium.
AGBL had participated in the 9th Meeting of the H3 Africa Consortium which took place in Mauritius at the Le Meridien Ile Maurice on the 27th – 29th of October 2016. The Human Heredity and Health in Africa (H3Africa) Initiative aims to facilitate a contemporary research approach to the study of genomics and environmental determinants of common diseases with the goal of improving the health of African populations. To accomplish this, the H3Africa Initiative aims to contribute to the development of the necessary expertise among African scientists, and to establish networks of African investigators.
AGBL participated in the 3rd Middle East Molecular Biology Congress & Exhibition that took place at the Doha – Research Complex in Qatar, from the 14th – 17th of November 2016. The MEMBS Annual Congress is the most prominent event of its kind in the region. It brings together a diverse array of leading biologists and biomedical engineers, including professors and their trainees, from academic, clinical and pharmaceutical settings, to showcase the latest science, highlight the use of innovative and emerging technologies, explore new directions, and encourage interactions and new interdisciplinary collaborations in the exciting field of Molecular Biology. The congress highlights the latest advances in large-scale, quantitative data collection and computational analysis in a wide array of teaching styles such as didactic lectures, group discussion sessions, hands-on workshops, scientific posters board and a large exhibition presenting latest technologies and diagnostics. Please see below for some pictures from the event.
This international event was attended by forensic scientists, medicolegal experts, pathologists and delegates from forensic science institutions, academia, judiciary, security organizations and industry. The meeting was held at Naif Arab University for Security Sciences, which is a unique educational institution in the Arab world and is situated in Riyadh, the capital of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. NAUSS specializes in advanced security related studies at postgraduate level in the form of diplomas, master’s degrees and doctorate programs. NAUSS, an institution of regional and international reputation, aims to serve all Arab nations in providing higher education and professional training to its security personnel for the purpose of law and justice. This meeting explored the latest developments in forensic science and forensic medicine, and discussed the current state of knowledge and skills in different fields of forensic science and the role of these specializations in actualizing security and justice in all areas of life, regionally and internationally. This meeting also identified educational, training, and professional needs to improve the quality of forensic science practice, education and research in the Arab world.
This meeting was held at Mauritius at the Le Meridien Ile Maurice from the 27th – 31st of October 2016. The Human Heredity and Health in Africa (H3Africa) Initiative aims to facilitate a contemporary research approach to the study of genomics and environmental determinants of common diseases with the goal of improving the health of African populations. To accomplish this, the H3Africa Initiative aims to contribute to the development of the necessary expertise among African scientists, and to establish networks of African investigators. Please see below for some pictures from the event.
AGBL’s very own Raksha Toolsi – Senior Sales Specialist for AGBL Sub Sahara with Dr. Charles Rotimi on the left and Prof Mulugeta Gebregzibher on the right, the Professor of Biostatistics – Department of Public Health Sciences, Medical University of South Carolina
The President of Mauritius speaking at the event