The Fourth Pan Asian Biomedical Science Conference

We are pleased to annouce that The Fourth Pan Asian Biomedical Science Conference will take place from December 5 to December 7, 2018 in Danang, Vietnam. This Conference is built on the success of the 3rd Conference which was held in Kuala Lumpur last year. The Conference is organized under the aegis of the University of Danang and the Asia International Science Consortium.

The theme of this year conference is “Biomedicine in the 21st Century: Asia-Pacific Insights“. The Organizing Committee, under the chairmanship of Professor Tuan V. Nguyen of the Garvan Institute of Medical Research (Australia) and A/Professor Nguyen Dang Quoc Chan of Danang University’s Faculty of Medicine, is developing a very stimulating scientific program that will bring together the region’s best in the field of biomedical science. We will have invited speakers from Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Vietnam, and Australia.

The Conference will feature six tracks that are relevant to clinicians, basic scientists, and health care professionals:

· Clinical translation

· Traditional medicine

· Personalized medicine

· Risk assessment

· Medical devices

· High thoroughput data and bioinformatics

The Organizing Committee is keenly to welcome you to the beautiful city of Danang. The city hosted the APEC Economic Leaders’ Week in 2017. Danang offers the most convenient and pleasant setting for international scientists and guests. We really hope you will visit My Khe beach in Danang which is considered one of the world’s best beaches. You will have opportunities to visit several landmarks of the ancient Champa civilization.

We look forward to welcoming you in Danang this December!

Professor Tuan V. Nguyen

A/Professor Chan D. Nguyen

Co-chairs, Organizing Committee

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