9th INT'L BIO FORUM & BIO EXPO JAPAN, organized by Reed Exhibitions Japan, will come back again as Asia's largest bio-event from June 30 - July 2, 2010. "Gene diagnosis" is one of the featured topics for this year.
After the accomplishment of analyzing human genome in global-scale dimensions in the year 2000, new era for personalized medicine became a reality. Yet, this area still covers developments to be solved. Hence, new technologies are in fierce competition for the breakthrough for new developments. How will the future expose on the ground of gene diagnosis? Find out more at Asia's largest bio event INT'L BIO FORUM & BIO EXPO JAPAN.
250 sessions cover the hottest topics in biotechnology business development, research, marketing trends, best practice and more, with globally-recognized speakers.
GENOME-BASED POINT OF CARE AND PREDICTIVE MEDICINE
Date: July 1 (Thurs) 16:10 - 18:10 Venue: Conference Tower
Genomics and Sequencing: Basis and Beginning of Bioindustry
Beijing Genomics Institute
Professor and President
A New Co-dominant Diagnostic for Late-onset Alzheimer's Disease
Deane Drug Discovery Institute
Jefferson-Pilot Professor of Neurobiology and Neurology Director
Allen D. Roses
Point-of-care Genotyping in Pediatrics: Unique Challenges in Children and Potential Solutions
Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics
Div. of Clinical Pharmacology
Chief J. Steven Leeder
Bio Academic Forum
Researchers and scientists deliver presentations on their latest researches on biotechnology, where you have opportunities to have meetings face to face with them on-site.
Development of Photo-triggered DNA and RNA Manipulation
Date: July 1 (Thur) 15:30 - 16:00 Venue:ACA-6
JAPAN ADVANCED INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
School of Materials Science
Professor Mr. Kenzo Fujimoto
Metabolomics: Diagnosis of genetic disorders, personalized medicine, and drug development
Date: June 30 (Wed) 12:10 - 12:40 Venue:ACA-3
KANAZAWA MEDICAL UNIVERSITY
Division of Human Genetics, Medical Research Institute
Professor Ms. Tomiko Kuhara
Biomarkers of clinical effect by Sublingual immunotherapy for pollinosis of Japanese cedar
Date: July 1 (Thur) 11:30 - 12:00 Venue:ACA-4
THE TOKYO METROPOLITAN INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE
Department of Allergy and Immunology
Department of head Mr. Takachika Hiroi
650 exhibitors will be participating, where latest technologies and products will be lined up, with opportunities for technical consultations available at the show venue.
Venue: West Hall 9-8
Provides technology specially modified semiconductor adapted for biological applications.
Nippon Gene Co., Ltd.
Venue: West hall 11-10
Distributions of all kinds of DNA/RNA research support products and services, including DNA/RNA-related reagents.