Biotech China 2014
2nd International Conference on Gastroenterology & Urology


Hilton Chicago, Northbrook
http://www.omicsgroup.com/conferences/gastroenterology-urology-2013/
OMICS Group invites all the participants across the globe to attend the 2nd International Conference on Gastroenterology & Urology going to be held during June 10-12, 2013 at Hilton Chicago/Northbrook, USA.

Schedule of Presentations:

Monday, June 10, 2013
08:00:00 Opening Ceremony
08:15:00 Keynote Forum
08:30:00 Track 1: Advances in Gastrointestinal Diseases
08:45:00 Track 1: Short bowel syndrome: Recent advances Trevor A Winter
09:00:00 Track 1: Rectal suppository therapy for gastrointestinal disease; Improving patient compliance through innovative technology Jennifer Davagian Ensign
09:15:00 Track 1: Acute kidney injury in the setting of Abdominal compartment syndrome Aditi Ranade
09:30:00 Track 1: Histopathological criteria for the diagnosis of esophageal barrett metaplasia, dysplasia, and adenocarcinoma, and the potential use of Phosphorylated-β-catenin S552 and Fox M1 proteins in the diagnosis of barrett dysplasia and adenocarcinoma Grace Guzman
09:45:00 Track 1: Pediatric IBD: An update-improving outcomes by standardizing care Shehzad Ahmed Saeed
10:00:00 Track 1: Graft Versus Host Disease: What clinicians need to know regarding this disease and associated conditions? Maryam Gul
10:15:00 Track 1: Novel cytokine peptide-based and virus-like particle vaccines for treatment of inflammatory bowel disease Zhikang Peng
10:30:00 Track 1: Endoscopic management of upper gastrointestinal bleeding Sherif Safwat
10:45:00 Track 1: Developments in the treatment of Crohns disease: from steroids to biological therapy, are we really improving the prognosis?
11:00:00 Track 1: Biomagnetic method: An approach to gastrointestinal research and diagnostics
11:15:00 Track 1: Acute pancreatitis and severe acute pancreatitis in diabetic patients Vincenzo Neri
11:30:00 Track 1: Cloning Barretts stem cells: Insights into patient stratification, tumorigenesis and strategies of preemptive therapy Wa Xian
11:45:00 Track 1: Knowledge, attitudes, and practices of primary care physicians about irritable bowel syndrome in Northern Saudi Arabia Ahmad Homoud Al-Hazmi
12:00:00 Track 1: The establishment and composition of donor-like gut microbial community after faecal microbiota transplant in sepsis Qiurong Li
12:15:00 Track 1: Helicobacter pylori in clinical practice
12:30:00 Track 1: Gastrointestinal disorders and its treatment
12:45:00 Track 1: Crohn’s disease and treatment modalities
13:00:00 Track 1: Chemoprevention in Barrets Esophagus
13:10:00 Track 1: Formulation and evaluation of Esomeprazole buccal patch
13:15:00 Track 2: Gastrointestinal Oncology | Track 3: Gastrointestinal Surgery
13:20:00 Track 2 & 3 : Zinc Transporters: New insights for cancer therapy Min Li
13:25:00 Track 2 & 3 : Cancer Stem Cells: Implications for colon carcinogenesis and development of therapeutic strategies with natural agents Adhip P. N. Majumdar
13:30:00 Track 2 & 3 : Medical and surgical management of severe Clostridium difficile colitis Predictors of poor outcome after intracolonic Vancomycin Peter K. Kim
13:45:00 Track 2 & 3 : Dietary Modification of Colon Tumorigenesis Muhammad Nadeem Aslam
14:00:00 Track 2 & 3 : Wireless capsule endoscopy, an accurate minimally invasive technology for the evaluation of esophageal varices in pediatrics: preliminary results from a French study
14:15:00 Track 2 & 3 : Intestinal transplantation in a patient with superior vena cava thrombosis Thierry Yandza
14:30:00 Track 2 & 3 : Near-Infrared Image guided surgery Andries Meijerink
14:45:00 Track 2 & 3 : A new laparoscopic approach for the treatment of SMA syndrome
15:00:00 Track 2 & 3 : Multiple roles of RUNX genes in gastrointestinal carcinogenesis Yoshiaki Ito
15:15:00 Track 2 & 3 : What proportion of patients with upper gastrointestinal bleeding requires emergency endoscopy? Anil Gandhi
15:30:00 Track 2 & 3 : Minimally invasive colorectal resection in kidney transplant recipients: Technical tips, short and long-term outcomes
15:45:00 Track 2 & 3 : The predictive role of non-homologous end-joining system in gastrointestinal and urologic cancers in Taiwan Da-Tian Bau
16:00:00 Track 2 & 3 : A randomized prospective clinical study in three endoscopic diagnostic modalities for early gastric cancer
16:15:00 Track 2 & 3 : Prognostic impact of body mass index stratified by smoking status in patients with colorectal cancer Dake Chu
16:30:00 Track 2 & 3 : TGF-ß1 induces epithelial-mesenchymal transition and its regulation on the expression of CD133 via PI3K/Akt signaling pathway in gastric cancer cell line
16:45:00 Track 2 & 3 : Influence of CD133+ expression on patients survival and resistance of CD133+ cells to anti-tumor agents in gastric cancer Ji-wei Yu
17:00:00 Track 2 & 3 : Randomized, Multicenter, Controlled Evaluation of S-1 and Oxaliplatin (SOX regimen) as Neoadjuvant Chemotherapy for Advanced Gastric Cancer Patients (RESONANCE Trial, NCT01583361) --- preliminary report Lin Chen
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
08:00:00 Track 4: Advances in Liver Diseases | Track 5: Gastrointestinal Immunology
08:15:00 Track 4 & 5: Lower gastrointestinal bleeding in patients with cirrhosis
08:30:00 Track 4 & 5: Recent developments in the treatment of alcoholic liver disease
08:45:00 Track 4 & 5: Role of antiviral therapy in HBV associated hepatocellular carcinoma Hie-Won Hann
09:00:00 Track 4 & 5: Nutrition and Liver Disease
09:15:00 Track 4 & 5: Developing cell line with optical reporter and target-specific molecular imaging agents for liver cancer research
09:30:00 Track 4 & 5: Targeting bile acid detoxification for liver diseases Olivier Barbier
09:45:00 Track 4 & 5: The renin-angiotensin system blockade on NAFLD in hypercholesterolemic rabbits
10:00:00 Track 4 & 5: Non-invasive parameters or liver biopsy in the diagnosis and staging of nonalcoholic fatty liver disease?
10:15:00 Track 4 & 5: Role of laparoscopy in changing the management of hepatocellular carcinoma
10:30:00 Track 4 & 5: The development of a less-invasive liver regeneration therapy using cultured bone marrow derived cells for cirrhotic patients Isao Sakaida, Shuji Terai, Taro Takami
10:45:00 Track 4 & 5: Laparoscopic cholecystectomy in cirrhotic patients Vincenzo Neri
11:00:00 Track 4 & 5: Management of hepatitis B virus infection in sub-Saharan Africa still an albatross SYLVESTER NWOKEDIUKO
11:15:00 Track 4 & 5: Radiofrequency ablation versus partial hepatectomy for recurrent hepatocellular carcinoma after liver transplantation
11:30:00 Track 4 & 5: Comparison of Liver resection technique in terms of operative outcome Lileswar Kaman
11:45:00 Track 4 & 5: To study the extra and intrahepatic arterial anatomy of liver as applied to liver transplantation
12:00:00 Track 6: Clinical Nutrition in Gastrointestinal Disease
12:15:00 Track 6: Common human parasites and pathogens and their natural remedies in the USA Omar M. Amin
12:30:00 Track 6: Therapeutic potential of Bacillus probiotics for enteric disease Iryna Sorokulova
12:45:00 Track 6: Care coordination redesign for GI intake process
13:00:00 Track 6: Gluten: Evidence based research on the effects of managing Crohns with food
13:15:00 Track 6: Prebiotics and their role in gastrointestinal disease. Adjunct, treatment or unsung hero? Alison Burton-Shepherd
13:30:00 Track 6: Human gastrointestinal tract simulator for viability testing of bacteria
13:45:00 Track 6: Lutein protects HT-29 cells against Deoxynivalenol-induced oxidative stress and apoptosis: Prevention of NF-B nuclear localization and down regulation of NF-B and Cyclo-Oxygenase - 2 expressions
14:00:00 Adjourn
Wednesday, June 12, 2013
08:00:00 Track 7: Endourology- Clinical Update | Track 8: Neurourology & Urodynamics
08:15:00 Track 7 & 8 : Comparative mapping of vaginal and urethral closure: Contributary role of pelvic floor muscles. Christos E Constantinou
08:30:00 Track 7 & 8 : Detrusor sphincter and detrusor anal sphincter dyssenergia; Its relevance to bladder and bowel dysfunctions. Inder Perkash
08:45:00 Track 7 & 8 : Cavernous nerve regeneration as an ED therapy Carol A. Podlasek
09:00:00 Track 7 & 8 : Significance of puborectalis muscle in pelvic floor disorders Ravinder Mittal
09:15:00 Track 7 & 8 : Laparoscopic renal engraftment: Points of technique
09:30:00 Track 9: Urologic Oncology | Track 10: Pediatric Urology
09:45:00 Track 9: Vitamin D deficiency and prostate cancer risk in African American men Adam B. Murphy
10:00:00 Track 9: Functional sequences for imaging cancer in the prostate Vikas Kundra
10:15:00 Track 9: Management of unsuspected Peyronie's; disease with ultrasound therapy among Egyptian population Khaled Abdul Moneim Gadalla
10:30:00 Track 9: The role of APEX1/Ref-1 (apurinic/apyrimidic endonuclease DNA-repair gene) in renal cell carcinoma Chia-Wen Tsai
10:45:00 Track 9: Enuresis and combination treatment modalities
11:00:00 Track 9: Infertility due to varicocele: Is surgery the answer??
11:15:00 Adjourn
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