As the MENA region’s most prominent medical laboratory exhibition and congress, Medlab Middle East plays a crucial role in developing the value of laboratory medicine in reshaping the future of diagnostics by providing a platform for laboratory industry leaders, including manufacturers, dealers and distributors, to share best practice, showcase innovations, collaborate and network.
Notable increase in participation – accompanying programme with many highlights and many prominent visitors Next week sees the return of the date marked in extra thick outline in many yearly calendars of the international health and medical technology industry: From Monday to Thursday (14 to 17 November 2022), the international leading medical trade fair MEDICA […]
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After the world’s leading medical trade fair MEDICA was held completely virtually for the first time in 2020 due to the pandemic it will now take place again as a live event supplemented by many digital offerings and live broadcasts from the stage.
The digital information services on offer at this year’s MEDICA & COMPAMED – to be held November 14-17 in Düsseldorf, Germany – will enable visitors to prepare in advance for meetings with exhibitors.
The exhibitor profile is at the heart of the exhibiting companies’ digital trade fair presence, and is thus an important tool for companies that want to be found by customers, both digitally and on-site. The relaunch of the exhibitor profiles was rolled out from the middle of July across all Messe Düsseldorf online portals.
“Companies need to present themselves and their products to their best advantage, both live at the trade fair and online. The new exhibitor profile enables them to do this,” explained Wolfram N. Diener, CEO of Messe Düsseldorf. “We have reinvested in platforms that we can provide to our customers both in-person and digitally. Our trade fairs are open 365 days a year on our online portals. They form the first point of contact for their relevant sectors. In order to provide our customers with the greatest level of benefit, we maintain a regular exchange and continue the development our digital services, such as the online portals.”
The revamped exhibitor profile has a modern, clean design and has been further optimised for mobile devices. Users can filter the offers listed there according to their personal interests. This means that companies, their products, trade fair events and company news can be found simply and quickly. It is also easier to contact companies and create personalised favourite lists at the click of a button, enabling visitors to prepare for the trade fair with very little effort.
Digital discussion circles
The MEDICA DEEP DIVE digital discussion circles, held in English, have been conceived as a warm-up, so that content for trade fair participation can be prepped in a purposeful manner. They bring relevant, trending topics from the healthcare sector into focus. It starts on September 22, with “Diagnostics for infectious diseases”, in which current innovations and developments in point-of-care diagnostics are among the central topics. The topics of “Artificial Intelligence/big data in a medical setting” and “The smart hospital” follow soon afterwards. The moderated online discussion circles present cutting-edge expert knowledge from the industry, clinical practice and science in 45-minute segments and can be streamed on the industry portal, MEDICA Deep Dive.
Looking at the trend for exhibitor bookings suggests that participation at MEDICA 2022 and at the parallel event COMPAMED 2022, the international leading trade fair for the supplier sector for the medical technology industry, will exceed the participation level at the events in 2021.
German Hospital Conference
Of several events on the programme at MEDICA, the 45th German Hospital Conference is the leading event for top management of German clinics. The programme also includes the DiMiMED Conference on Disaster and Military Medicine, and the MEDICA MEDICINE + SPORTS CONFERENCE.
New HEPA filters keep air clean
Along with well-developed programme planning, technical equipment also ensures the best conditions for MEDICA 2022 and COMPAMED 2022. In the first half of 2022, the entire Düsseldorf trade fair and congress centre was fitted with HEPA filters. These are currently the most effective form of air treatment technology and are also used in operating theatres and intensive care wards. HEPA filters remove 99.9% of the viruses, bacteria and other particles from the air. The purified air is then fed back into the room.
“In combination with high-performance air conditioning systems, the filters in our huge halls ensure that our guests can attend the trade fair with a sense of security.” explained Christian Grosser, Director Healthcare & Medical Technologies of Messe Düsseldorf.
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The first ever MENA Conference for Rare Diseases under the chairmanship of Professor Ayman El-Hattab will bring forth a very rich scientific program with over 30 expert speakers from across the emirates joining this anticipated event of the year.
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Olympus will hold its first Olympus Organoid Conference—Think Deep, See Deeper, which will be held virtually on September 7–9, 2021. This free three-day event will include presentations, tech talks and product demonstrations to support emerging stem cell research through 3D microscopy imaging.
Think Deep, See Deeper
As 3D structures that mimic real organs, organoids hold great potential as a tool to study a wide range of subjects in stem cell research. The conference will focus on the use of organoids in developmental biology, regenerative medicine, personalized medicine, drug toxicity and efficacy testing.
Presentations will cover a range of topics, including the challenges and solutions of imaging organoids in 3D, in vitro and in vivo tissue optical clearing methods, and 3D microscopy and segmentation best practices.
Speakers include Anne Beghin, PhD, research assistant professor at the National University of Singapore; Professor Dan Zhu from the Huazhong University of Science and Technology in Wuhan, China; Graham Wright, PhD, the acting director of A*STAR Microscopy Platform in Singapore; and Yu Weimiao, PhD, principal investigator at the Institute of Molecular and Cell Biology in Singapore.
Sessions will be available on demand after the conference.
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