UPCOMING EVENTS:

Welcome to International Conference on Technology in Redefining Health (ICONTRH-2017)

  • Pre conference workshop on 21st November 2017

  • One page Abstract submission opens on: 14th August 2017.

  • Abstract submission is extended to 25 October 2017.

  • Acceptance notification and full paper submission opens on: 23rd October 2017.

  • Full paper submission closes on : 3rd November 2017.

  • Last date for pre conference registration: 6th Novemeber 2017

  • Last date for registration : 6th November 2017

  • Conference dates: 21st, 22nd and 23rd November 2017

  • Announcements Copyright 2017, Mount Carmel College, Conference, Bengaluru, Karnataka, INDIA.  All Rights Reserved India is a country of one billion plus population. Healthy citizens contribute to the  development of a nation. Indian urbanization/migration has demonstrated the  need for technological intervention in meeting the health needs of its population.  Health is an integral part of scientific progress in nutritional sciences, technology  and implementation of environmental policies. Health of its citizens is important  for India to be a global player. Scientists have predicted that the identification of Human Genome Project can  lead the healthcare industry to an unexpected transformation. Technological  processes to be invented in the near future may change the availability and  advances in therapies and diagnostics leading to human health improvement.  Exploiting the different and enhanced properties of nanoscale materials with  biotechnological methodologies have already started revolutionizing the medical  technology arena. Advances in health information technology using electronic  devices enables a transformation in health research facilitating studies that were  not feasible in the past,  is leading to new insights regarding health and disease. Lifestyle diseases have increased the demand for nutrition based therapies.  Wellness movement is a major player in modifying nutritional needs of general  population. The increasing health awareness among people, makes them to take  a proactive approach towards their health.  Important aspect of health and well-being is environmental protection against  environmental hazards. We cannot improve the environment with respect to  human health without devoting resources to the effort, using technological  innovations. Sustainable development requires application of scientific tools.  Pre conference workshop aims at capacity building on the theme at different  levels, gross root level workers, students, academics, educators, research  scholars. Pre Conference Schedule 21st November 2017 Joint ventures between research institutions, the industry and academia on  national and international level should be increasingly encouraged and  supported, while giving importance to technological innovations equal weightage  should be given to basic research. We envisage this conference will enable us to  address the co-existence of science and society and is an attempt to draw  together all concerning in redefining human health.  Abstract and full paper submissions on the original research work as  poster and oral presentations that are relevant to the following themes are invited for the conference: Recent technology in Health care: Nanomedicine and nanosensors, Biomedical Instrumentation, Effects of Microwaves on human health, Robotic surgery, New ideas and concepts in health care, Tissue engineering, M - Health, Telemedicine, Cancer disease database informatics, Stem cell technology in health care. Food safety in nutrition and wellness: Food standards, Holistic nutrition health and wellness. Traditional plant medicine: Relevance of Traditional medicine in modern times, Plants in primary health care, Environmental health. Preventive health care for women: Biomarkers Healthy mind Transforming techniques Pharma and nutraceuticals: Product development for entrepreneurial venture Any research pertaining to the conference theme International and National Speakers (tentative): Dr Prashant Mathur ICMR, India Dr. Kwok Feng, CHONG University of Pahang, Malaysia Dr. Dedy H.B. Wicaksono Swiss German University, Indonesia Dr. Farook Thameem Kuwait University, Kuwait Dr. Ramesh Manoharan Olam group, USA Dr. Santha Muller Fiji University, Fiji Dr. Prabha Sampath NUS, Singapore Dr. Navakanta Bhat IISc, India Dr. S. Senthil Kumaran AIIMS, India Dr. P S Pandian DRDO, India Dr. J. K. Radhakrishnan DRDO, India Dr. B. Dinesh Kumar NIN, India Dr. Pramod Avti PGIMER, India Dr. Arun M Isloor NIT, Surathkal, India Dr. N Girish NIMHANS, India Dr. Nandini C Singh NBRC, India Dr. Chennaraya V KIMS, India Dr. Chandrasekhara ChanRe, India Dr. Ram Rajasekharan CFTRI,  India Dr. Srinivas  CFTRI, India Dr. ShyamVasudev Rao Forus Health, India Dr. Nirmala Grace   VIT,   India Dr. Gurumurthy Hegde BMS R&D, India Dr. Ashokan S IISC, India