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Dec 08 - 10, 2019 | USD $1000 | Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv
ICI Meeting 2019 - The Premier International Meeting for Innovation in Cardiovascular Interventions (Heart, Brain and Peripheral Vessels) and High-Tech Life Science Industry is organized by Paragon Group and will be held from Dec 08 - 10, 2019 at InterContinental David Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. Who Should Attend: • Engineers • Nurses • Private Equity Firms • Entrepreneurs • Patent Experts • Researchers • Investors • Pharmaceutical Companies • Technicians • Medical Device Companies • Physicians • Venture Capital Firms Conference Description: The ICI Meeting is an acclaimed forum which aims to explore fuel, spark and be involved in the innovations that will shape the future of our cardiovascular systems and BEYOND. Over the last 2 decades, Israel has become a medical "start-up nation". ICI's dynamic environment which allows rich exchanges on innovations has contributed to this process by facilitating global interaction between physicians, entrepreneurs, academia and industry and by building bridges leading to innovation. The ICI meeting is preceded by the ICI Academy of Innovation Day - a full-day pre-conference educational workshop satellite, which trains participants in the entire medical innovation process. Then continue to a 2-day conference focusing on advanced technologies to save hearts and lives. We challenge the horizons in coronary interventions, vascular interventions, transcatheter valvular therapies, stroke prevention/intervention, electrophysiology, cell therapy and heart failure. The popular "Technology Parade" offers biomedical technology start-ups from around the world the opportunity to present their latest developments. The unique "Wall-to-Wall - East Meets West" sessions concentrate on China-Israeli cooperation in the field. Rafi Beyar and Chaim Lotan, Meeting Directors Topics: • The Vulnerable Plaque - Regression, Progression and Beyond • Imaging, Physiology and Beyond • Anti Platelet and Antithrombotic Therapy • Stable and Unstable Coronary Syndrome • Needs and Problems Around TAVR • The Triangle of Innovation: Academy - Hospital - Industry • Technology Parade - Devices / Imaging & Digital • Chief Medical Officers - A Look into the Future • Interventional Cardiology: Live from the Catheterization Laboratory • Stents - Coating, Eluting and Beyond • Israel-China - Wall to Wall • Stroke and Neurovascular Interventions • Structural Heart Disease • Coronary Microcirculation • Cell Therapy and Regenerative Medicine • Mitral Disease - A Challenge to Innovators • TAVR - Outcomes and Related Issues • Autonomic Modulation and Beyond • The Pulmonary Vasculature Hypertension and Beyond • Out of the Box Novel Interventions • Advanced Coronary Interventions • Brain: Interventions and Protection • Present and Future in the Cath Lab • My Crazy TAVR Case • Diabetes and Hypertension in Cardiology, what do we Need to know? • Unfulfilled Needs & Therapeutic Achievements in Heart Failure • Devices in the Management of Heart Failure • Vascular Session I - Thoracic Aorta • Vascular Session II - Abdominal Aorta • Vascular Session III - Carotid & Lower Extremity Interventions • Vascular Session IV - Venous, AV access & Others • Updates on Mitral Interventions • Funding and Regulation in a Changing Market • Bioresorbable Scaffolds • Device Innovation • Challenging Coronary Anatomy - CTO and Bifurcation • The Tricuspid Valve - New Challenges • TAVR - Current and Future • DES, BRS & DCB - New Insights • Developing Technologies in Heart Failure Diagnosis and Management Speakers: Rafael Bayer, Chaim Lotan, Yaron Almagor, Peter J. Fitzgerald, Gad Keren, Ran Komowski, Martin B. Leon, Yuval Binur, Haim Darsenberg, Ariel Finkelstein, Uri Geiger, Lior Gepstein, Michael Glikson, Juan Granada, Paul Laizzo, Andre Keren, Jonathan Leor, Amir Lerman, David Luria, Amit Segev, Yehuda Wolf, Shmuel Banai, Ronen Beeri, Gil Bolatin, Natan Bornstein, Moshe Flugelman, Roni Karmeli, Eli Lev, Evgenia Nikolsky, Ariel Roguin, Oz Shapira, William Wijns, Doron Zahger Time: 7:30 am to 3:30 pm
Dec 11 - 12, 2019 | Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv
The 39th Annual Meeting of the Israeli Orthopaedic Association (IOA) is organized by Paragon Group and will be held from Dec 11 - 12, 2019 at InterContinental David Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. This conference will be held in conjunction with the 29th Annual Meeting of Israeli Society for Surgery of the Hand. The Israeli Orthopedic Association (IOA) was established in 1984 by a group of Israeli orthopedic surgeons to provide education and practice management services for orthopedic surgeons in Israel. Topics: • Bone Tumors / Infections • Complicated Cases • Foot & Ankle • General Orthopaedics • Hand Surgery • Joint Replacement – Hip & Knee • Pediatric Orthopaedics • Shoulder Surgery • Spine • Sport Medicine • Trauma • Research Orthopaedics Time: 8:00 am - 5:00 pm Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Feb 17 - 18, 2020 | Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv
16th Annual Update Conference on Neurology &Clinical Neurophysiology is organized by ISAS International Seminars and will be held from Feb 17 - 18, 2020 at Sheraton Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. Target Audience: This course is suitable for neurologists, neuroscientists, and general internists, gerontologists, psychiatrists and physiatrists, anesthesiologists, clinicians and allied health professionals with a particular interest in patients with neurological disorders who wish to update their knowledge of the mechanisms and treatments of these disorders, and to improve their expertise in clinical neurophysiology as practiced in their private offices. Topics: Two day course provides an update of selected topics in neurology and clinical neurophysiology. Sessions: • Peripheral Nervous System – Autoimmune and Inflammatory Factors • Autoimmune Dementia – Neuro-inflammatory and Autoimmune Factors • Neuroimmunology, MS and NMO • Headache and Pain Innovation • Hands on Workshop: Myofascial Pain – Headache, head, face, neck and shoulder pain – dry needling Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
May 24 - 26, 2020 | ILS ₪660 | Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv
2nd International Summit on Assisted Reproduction and Genetics in Israel is organized by CME Congresses and will be held from May 24 - 26, 2020 at InterContinental David Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. Course Description: This international summit is designed to explore new horizons and address the latest challenges in reproductive medicine. The focus will include new genetic discoveries and their impact on pre-implantation genetic testing; markers for embryo development and implantation; fertility preservation; improving ART outcomes; and other promising cutting-edge initiatives. Main Topics: • PCOS • Fertility Preservation • Preparation of the ovaries for egg collection • Optimizing egg yield for IVF • Recombinant vs. biosimilar gonadotropins • Biomarkers • Embryo selection: Invasive vs. non-invasive techniques • Preimplantation Genetic Screening: What we know and don’t know • The future of Genetics in the role of infertility treatment • Implantation - what’s new in the filed • Is fresh embryo transfer becoming obsolete? • Poor responders/poor prognosis – new classifications and therapeutic strategies • The role of mitochondria in oocyte health and quality • Long term effects of ART on women and offspring – Cancer, epigenetics, autism • Reproductive surgery • Gene editing • Case studies • Endometrial thickness Registration Fee in USD: International Participants - Physicians and scientists - Early Registration Fee - 530 (Until February 20, 2020) International Participants - Physicians and scientists - Late Registration Fee - 640 (From February 21 until May 19, 2020) International Participants - Physicians and scientists - Onsite Registration Fee - 750 (From May 20, 2020 until May 24, 2020) International Participants - Residents, trainees, nurses, students - Early Registration Fee - 380 (Until February 20, 2020) International Participants - Residents, trainees, nurses, students - Late Registration Fee - 490 (From February 21 until May 19, 2020) International Participants - Residents, trainees, nurses, students - Onsite Registration Fee - 580 (From May 20, 2020 until May 24, 2020).
Jun 28 - 30, 2020 | Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv
12th International Conference on Acute Cardiac Care is organized by ISAS International Seminars and will be held from Jun 28 - 30, 2020 at InterContinental David Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. The target audience for this medical event is cardiologists, intensivists, anesthesiologists, internists, cardiac surgeons, nurses, paramedics and other allied professionals. The meeting is held under the auspices of the Acute Cardiovascular Care Association of the ESC and the Israel Heart Society and is a major scientific event for all health care professionals working in acute cardiac care. Conference Description: This Conference will cover the broad spectrum of contemporary acute cardiac care, including acute coronary syndromes, anti-thrombotic therapy, reperfusion and revascularization, acute heart failure, management of arrhythmias in the acute setting and general intensive care. Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.
Jul 05 - 09, 2020 | USD $825 | Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv
IOM 2020: XXIII Biennial Congress of the International Organization for Mycoplasmology is organized by Paragon Israel and will be held from Jul 05 - 09, 2020 at Dan Panorama Tel -Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. Who should Attend?: • Microbiologists • Clinicians • Biochemists • Entomologists • Plant Pathologists • Veterinarians • Geneticists • Scientists. • Infectious Diseases Specialist • Mycoplasmologysts • Vaccine Developers Description: The 23rd IOM meeting is an international conference that deals with all areas relating to Mollicutes (eg Mycoplasmas, Phytoplasmas, Ureaplasmas etc.) from any aspect including biology, bacteriology, physiology, host interaction, diagnostics, and epidemiology of disease presentation and so on. Being both specific with respect to the pathogen group, but broad regarding the target population of audience, the conference is intended to cover some hot topics in both agriculture, veterinary and human aspects of infections. As such, the conference will cover important and burning topics as well as some classical aspects of Mycoplasmology. Traditionally the IOM Congress has both keynotes from outside of the field that can introduce some cutting-edge science that may foster new ideas and collaborations as well as overviews and new and novel presentations from the field of Mycoplasmology. Therefore, the conference is designed for those who are deeply involved with the field of mycoplasmology, as well as practitioners in any of the related fields who would like to have both an up-to-date coverage on the related topics and to be exposed to new latest novel presentations in the field. We expect more than 200 participants from all over the world to attend the conference. The world-renown experts is being selected by the scientific committee with support from the local organizing committee to update us on the latest in the mycoplasma field. The 2020 IOM Congress will be taking place in Tel Aviv which is one of the three world heritage cities in Israel. Tel Aviv attracts more than 2.5 million visitors each year to enjoy its culture, beaches, food, and architecture, which few other cities can match. Come and join us for a scientific and cultural experience which should not be missed. Topics: • Clinical Mycoplasmology • Veterinary Mycoplasmology • Synthetic Biology • Pathogenesis • Vaccine Development. • Phytoplasmology Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Oct 14 - 16, 2020 | Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv
2nd International Diabesity and Metabolic Surgery Summit (IDMSS) is organized by Target Conferences Ltd and will be held from Oct 14 - 16, 2020 at InterContinental David Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. Description: At present, metabolic/bariatric surgery has been demonstrated to be the most effective treatment option that can dramatically improve several metabolic disorders and also result in meaningful and sustainable weight loss. It has been observed over many decades that bariatric surgical procedures will not only reduce patient weight but also improve metabolic disorders such as type 2 diabetes mellitus. Additionally, the improvement observed in the metabolic diseases is in part independent of weight loss involving mechanisms of action other than calorie restriction or malabsorption. Therefore, a better understanding of the mechanisms of action of these procedures enables us to investigate the full potential to create even more effective treatments and procedures, vital to controlling the Diabesity pandemic. The focus of our forthcoming IDMSS 2020 will be the relationship between obesity and type 2 diabetes and their associated complications and the beneficial results obtainable from metabolic/bariatric surgery. This Summit is therefore vital to increase the international knowledge of these procedures and stimulate the investigation and development of new and more effective treatments. The Summit will bring together many of the world experts in the fields of metabolic surgery and medicine. A wide range of related topics will be presented, discussed and debated. The range and scope of the program are a must for all clinicians caring for patients suffering from metabolic diseases. The Summit includes didactic state-of-the-art presentations, debates, panel discussions, and a best paper presentation contest. There will also be ample time to interact with the faculty and the industry partners with interest in metabolic procedures. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Oct 20 - 22, 2020 | Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv
Dear friends and colleagues, It is my great pleasure to invite you to join us at the 25th International Congress of the Israeli Society of Anesthesiologists (ICISA), held jointly with the Israeli Society of Critical Care Medicine and the Israeli Society of Resuscitation. ICISA-25 will be held on 20-22 October 2020 in Tel-Aviv, the city of liberalism and tolerance. For the special event of this 25th congress we are collating a unique panel of speakers that will rise to the challenge of addressing the theme of this conference: Anesthesia in the Age of Innovation 2050 We will be celebrating our 25th tri-annual meeting with a taste of the future dipped in a tradition of excellent scientific content. Participants will have the opportunity to mix and mingle with some of the best speakers in our fields of expertise, to participate in challenging hands-on workshops, to meet the industry in a unique format engineered to encourage collaborative research and to enjoy one of the most diverse countries in the world. I look forward to welcoming you here! Sharon Einav, MSc MD Conference President Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Nov 04 - 05, 2020 | ILS ₪1150 | Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv
WHII 2020 - The 2nd Congress on Women’s Health Innovations and Inventions: Addressing Unmet Needs is organized by ComtecMed and will be held from Nov 04 - 05, 2020 at Hilton Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. Description: Our sphere of influence has already been felt internationally and this will only develop as more and more key opinion leaders align themselves with WHII 2020. This truly unique congress brings together physicians, other healthcare providers, technology experts, small and large companies, and investors, in order to explore and discuss the latest innovations and inventions that are shaping Women's Health. Women's Health still has many unmet clinical needs; some of them being "unacceptable" or "unmentionable", however, new technologies are being developed rapidly and are shaping the very nature of Women's Health. As we envision the future, we should address ways to predict, prevent, diagnose, treat and follow up using these next generation technologies. This goal will not be achievable unless healthcare professionals and industry experts come together in order to share knowledge, research and the latest innovations. WHII features keynote lectures, debates and many panel discussions from renowned experts that combine both medical discussions with industry presentations, with industry representatives coming from the smallest startups to the largest corporations. All our participants are encouraged to take an active role in the Congress by engaging faculty members in an open and unique environment, increasing the learning and creative opportunities. Participants can also be further involved in the Congress by submitting company presentations, papers for oral and poster presentations and an opportunity to participate in a unique start-up pavilion. Additional details will be posted as soon as information is available.
Jun 06 - 10, 2021 | Tel Aviv, Tel Aviv
21st International Symposium on Recent Advances in Otitis Media - ISOM 2021 is organized by Paragon Israel, International Society for Otitis Media (ISOM) and will be held from Jun 06 - 10, 2021 at Dan Panorama Tel -Aviv, Tel Aviv, Israel. The target audience for this medical event is Pediatricians, Infectious Diseases Specialists, Otolaryngologists, Family Physicians, Science Researchers, Epidemiologists, Speech Pathologists, Psychologists. Symposium Description: ISOM 2021 IS AN EVENT THAT CO-OPERATES SCIENCE, MEDICINE AND SOCIAL MEETING. The Symposium will bring together international and Israeli experts to share knowledge of recent science and clinical practice for otitis media. The program will address diagnosis, prevention strategies, treatment, epidemiology, pathogenesis, microbiology, biofilms, immunology, complications and sequelae, animal models and otitis media in high-risk populations. The program will include keynote and concurrent oral presentations, poster sessions, commercial exhibition, as well as social events. Through inspiring keynotes, innovative talks, educational breakouts, hands-on lessons, and tons of networking, you will learn how the ISOM 2021 experience, and especially our content, is truly remarkable. Topics: EPIDEMIOLOGY: • Burden of otitis media and related hearing loss (CHL, as well as SNHL) • Panel or debate on clinical practice guidelines globally instead of plenaries – The need for world unification for disease diagnosis and treatment • OM in developed versus developing nations PATHOPHYSIOLOGY: • Pathogenesis of OM, including animal models, genetics • Risk factors for OM, including otitis media in syndromic children and hearing loss sequelae in this population • Biofilms in OM DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT: • Diagnosis of OM- new techniques (US, telemedicine) • Medical treatment of OM • Surgical management of OM • Complications of OM – intra/extra cranial • Complementary and alternative medicine for OM, including bacterial replacement therapy • New technology development in OM • Cochlear Implants and OM BASIC SCIENCE: • OM genetics • Inflammatory mediators in OM SOCIO-ECONOMIC ASPECTS: • Quality of life in OM • Interventions for developmental delays and hearing loss • The hearing impaired child :audiological battery, fitting of hearing aids • New technologies for hearing restoration LOCAL ASPECTS: • Israeli-Palestinian joint venture to reduce OM burden • Local epidemiology among Jewish and non-Jewish populations • Baby Wellness Clinics (Tipat Halav): A unique model for childhood vaccinations Additional details will be posted as soon as they are available.