||Leading experts will provide six workshop courses on advanced biomedical
techniques featuring a well-blended program consisting of theory, hands-on
training, and discussions.
Courses: (1) Flow Cytometry: Understanding & applications, (2) Point-of-care
diagnostics for resource-limited settings,
(3)Molecular diagnostics, (4) New insights into HIV infections, (5) Malaria
control and elimination workshop, (6) Genomics and bioinformatics.
||The 2-day event will provide an excellent multidisciplinary platform to
share your latest research advances, and to network with scientists and
researchers from around the globe.
Contents: Invited talks, Poster presentations, Panel Discussions, Networking,
|Biodiversity tour (Nov. 13)
||A networking event designed to showcase Africa's biodiversity.
This year, we plan to visit the spectacular Kabalega Falls (Murchison Falls)
between Lake Kyoga and Lake Albert on the Victoria Nile in Uganda.
Note: This program will go ahead provided that the Covid-19 situation calms
and travel restrictions currently in place are relaxed.
|High-quality papers reporting latest research findings in life sciences, biomedical and biotechnology are welcome.
Multidisciplinary research topics including, but not limited to, the ones listed below will be accepted for presentation
- Assessment of Covid-19 impact on health in Africa
- Molecular and cellular basis of communicable and non-communicable diseases
(HIV/AIDS, cancer, malaria, TB, NTDs)
- Cytometry for life sciences and clinical applications
- Genomics, proteomics and their clinical applications
- Advances in detection, diagnostic and therapeutic technologies
- Drug resistance and antimicrobial stewardship
- Point-of-care technologies for low resource settings
- Strategies toward scientific and technological empowerment
- Bioinformatics for risk mapping and surveillance of infectious diseases
- Networking with industry (industry-sponsored talks, lectures, demos etc.)