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On behalf of the organizing committee of Target Meeting, a leading online life science conference organizer, we are proud to announce that TM’s 1st world cardiovascular, diabetes, and obesity online conference will be held on September 22-24, 2011. It will be an innovative, informative, and interesting online conference without travel. All attendees connect to online conference's servers. You can participate in this conference at your office or home. It is completely private and secure. You just need headphone and internet connection. Do not need specialized equipment. We feel confident that you will get many inputs or collaborations from the presentations, panel discussions, and educational workshops.
Major symposiums of interest include, but not limited to
• Cardiology disease
• Vascular biology & diseases
• Preventive medicine
Highlights of the online conference
• 100+ oral presentations reflecting latest breakthroughs in the field;
• 8+ major symposiums covering most areas of this field;
• 8+ Panel discussion sessions creating more networks;
• All presentations and discussions are in real time;
• Eliminate travel, time, and money cost.
You will receive many benefits
• Follow major research developments in a variety of hot areas;
• Meet international speakers and attendees in real time;
• Network and exchange ideas with target audience;
• Build your solid reputation and impact;
• Establish more academic collaborations.
You are strongly encouraged to join and take advantage of many benefits at Target Meeting. Once there, you can bring your questions, problems, ideas, or issues what you want for discussion. And, of course, you will get many inputs or collaboration from global experts. We look forward to having you to be part of Target Meeting. Please feel free to contact us by email (email@example.com) if you have any questions.
TM’s 1st world cardiovascular, diabetes, and obesity online conference September 22-24, 2011 Register NOW: http://targetmeeting.com 100+ presentations, 8 symposiums Participate live via internet, or watch on your schedule • Opportunity to talk with global researchers and doctors
CALL FOR PAPERS, SPEAKERS AND ATTENDEES
Present your exciting discoveries at the upcoming online conference on cardiovascular, diabetes and obesity topics. Become a speaker online and participate in discussions with researchers and health care professionals in real time. We also welcome junior researchers to submit their abstracts and give short talks (15 minutes). Please send your photo, brief biography, proposed presentation title, abstract, and selected symposium to firstname.lastname@example.org. Register now to attend or receive notices on this and other conferences. http://targetmeeting.com
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Some of the speakers and their presentations include:
Part of Interested Topics for Cardiovascular, Diabetes, and Obesity
(Sep 22-24, 2011)
For Diabetes patients:
Dominique Hansen, Guest Professor/Docent Rehabilitation Sciences,
Hasselt University & PHL-University College, Hasselt, BE;
Researcher, Cardiovascular Medicine & Rehabilitation, Heart Centre
Hasselt, Jessa Hospital, Hasselt, BE.
Presentation Title: Exercise therapy in type 2 diabetes: why and how.
Nelda Mier, Associate Professor, School of Rural Public Health,
Texas A&M Health Science Center, USA.
Presentation Title: Diabetes disparity at the border: health needs
and access to care among older Hispanics
Farid Midhet, Faculty Research Advisor at Qassim University College
of Medicine, Saudi Arabia.
Presentation Title: Can lifestyles be modified in Saudi Arabia?
Sheri R. Colberg, is an author, exercise physiologist, and
professor of exercise science at Old Dominion University in
Norfolk, Virginia, as well as an adjunct professor of internal
medicine at Eastern Virginia Medical School.
Presentation Title: Physical Activity: The Best Diabetes Medicine.
Shmuel (Boris) Levit, Head of diabetes institute in Petah Tiqwa,
Maccabi Health Fund; Head of diabetes service , North - Shomron
region - Meuhedet Health Fund. Institute of Endocrinology and
Metabolism. Sheba medical center; Tel - Aviv.Israel.
Presentation Title: Modern Premixed insulins (MPIs) in Type 2
diabetes. Influence on weight and other cardiovascular risk factors.
Fawad Javed, Eng. A.B. Research Chair for Growth Factors & Bone
Regeneration College of Dentistry, King Saud University, Kingdom of
Presentation Title: Periodontal conditions and oral symptoms in
gutka-chewers with and without type 2 diabetes.
Maarten Rijpert, Pediatrics residency, Wilhelmina Children’s
Hospital, Utrecht, the Netherlands.
Presentation Title: Adequate glycemic control in type 1 diabetic
pregnancies and long term effects on development in the offspring
at school age.
Karen Fitzner, Health economist with FH Consultants and serves as
acting Chief Science and Practice Officer at the American
Association of Diabetes Educators (AADE), USA.
Presentation Title: The Value of Diabetes Self-Management Education.
Anna Broder, Faculty member in the Division of Rheumatology at
Albert Einstein College of Medicine, USA.
Presentation Title: Antiphospholipid antibodies in type 2 diabetes
and coronary artery disease.
Paola De Rango, Unit of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery,
University of Perugia, Hospital S. M. Misericordia, Italy.
Presentation Title: Effects of diabetes in patients with carotid
stenosis: diabetes may not be a predictor of adverse perioperative
outcome after carotid revascularization with carotid angioplasty
and stenting (CAS) as with carotid endarterectomy (CEA)
Anne Rentfro, Associate Professor, The University of Texas at
Brownsville and Texas Southmost College, USA.
Presentation Title: Adiposity, biological markers of disease, and
insulin resistance in Mexican American adolescents.
Elhamalsadat Kharazmi, Scientist, Division of Molecular Genetic
Epidemiology, German Cancer Research center (DKFZ), German.
Presentation Title: Does Pregnancy Increase Later Maternal Risk of
Diabetes? A Prospective Population-Based Cohort Study (EPIC-Heidelberg).
For Obesity Patients:
Ross Arena, PhD, PT, FAHA, FACSM, FAACVPR, Director and Professor,
Program in Physical Therapy, University of New Mexico, USA.
Presentation Title: Assessment of Aerobic Capacity in Clinical
Practice: Present and Future Applications.
Jayson Calton, Ph.D. is Board Certified in Integrative Health and
Nutrition. Mira Calton, CN is a Licensed Certified Nutritionist
Presentation Title: Prevalence of Micronutrient Deficiency in Popular Diet Plans.
Joel Fuhrman, Board–certified family physician, best-selling author
and nutritional researcher who specialize in preventing and
reversing disease through nutritional and natural methods.
Presentation Title: Micronutrient adequacy to resolve overeating and food additions.
David Thivel, PhD in Exercise Physiology and Nutrition, Lipid and
Energetic Metabolism Team, Laboratory of Human Nutrition, National
Institute in Agronomic Research (INRA, France); Laboratory of
Exercise Physiology, Clermont University, France.
PresentationTitle: Effects of exercise on subsequent energy intake: interest in childhood obesity.
Fernando Fornari, Professor of the Post-Graduate Program: Sciences
in Gastroenterology and Hepatology (2009), Universidade Federal do
Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre-RS, Brazil.
Presentation Title: Obesity and esophageal diseases: an update.
Francisco B Ortega, Research Fellow, Unit for Preventive Nutrition
at Karolinska Institutet, Sweden; and School of Medicine at
University of Granada, Spain.
Presentation Title: Physical activity, fitness and childhood obesity.
Amany Elshorbagy, Department of Pharmacology, University of Oxford,
Presentation Title: Cysteine and Obesity.
Yagoub Y. Al-Kandari, Associate Professor, Medical Anthropology,
Department of Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology, Former Dean
College of Social Science (Kuwait University).
Presentation Title: Obesity and its Relation to Sociocultural Variables in Kuwait Society.
Erin Hennessy, National Cancer Institute Cancer Prevention Fellow,
Division of Cancer Control and Population Sciences, Behavioral
Research Program, Health Behaviors Research Branch, USA.
Presentation Title: Permissive parental feeding behavior is associated with an increase in low nutrient-dense foods among American children living in rural communities.
Shama Munim, Associate Professor, The Aga Khan University Hospital,
Presentation Title: Association of gestational weight gain and pre-pregnancy Body mass index with adverse pregnancy outcome.
Carol Solo, Associate Professor at the City University of New York,
Presentation Title: An Analysis of Mandatory Recording and
Reporting of Body Mass Index: A School Health Policy to Address Childhood Obesity.
For cardiovascular patients:
Alison Shepherd, Tutor, Department of Primary Care & Child Health,
Florence Nightingale School of Nursing and Midwifery, King's
College London, UK.
Presentation Title: The Nutritional Management of Heart Failure:
Nutritional Care for People with Heart failure Nursing and Residential Care.
Mohammad Reza Movahed, Professor of Medicine, University of Arizona
College of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Division of
Cardiology, The Southern Arizona VA Health Care System, USA.
Presentation Title: Obesity paradox. How can we explain the protective effect off obesity against adverse outcome in patients with congestive heart failure?
Beate H. Garcia, Department of Pharmacy, University of Tromsø,
Presentation Title: Secondary prevention of coronary heart disease
– how appropriate is it and how can we increase appropriateness?
Saverio Stranges, Associate Professor, Cardiovascular Epidemiology
in the Health Sciences Research Institute at the University of
Warwick Medical School, UK.
Presentation Title: Micronutrients & Dietary Supplements for the Prevention of Cardio-metabolic disease: A Public Health Perspective.
Olga Demler, Researcher, Department of Biostatistics, Boston
Presentation Title: When DeLong Test Can and Cannot Be Used to Compare AUCs of Risk Prediction Models.
Mostafa Arafa, Professor of Epidemiology, Princess AlJohara
AlIbrahim Center for Cancer Research, King Saud University, Saudi
Presentation Title: Risk assessment and Risk perception of Coronary Heart Diseases in Arab and other developing countries.
Nidal F. Eshah RN, Assistant Professor of Critical Care Nursing -
Faculty of Nursing, Zarqa University- Jordan.
Presentation Title: The Effects of a Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Program on Knowledge and Adoption of a Heart Healthy Lifestyle in Jordanian Working Adults.
Funda Göde, Scientist, Obstetrics and Gynecology Department. 82.
Yıl Hospital Rize/Turkey.
Presentation Title: Alteration of cardiovascular risk parameters in women with polycystic ovary syndrome who were prescribed to ethinyl estradiol-cyproterone acetate.
Márcio Sommer Bittencourt, I am a staff cardiologist and director
of cardiovascular computed tomography at the university hospital
from the university of sao paulo school of medicine, Brazil.
Presentation Title: Asymptomatic patients screening for cardiovascular risk stratification with coronary calcium score and coronary angiography, current role and future perspectives.
Abhinav Vaidya, Assistant Professor, Department of Community
Medicine, Kathmandu Medical College, Duwakot, Bhaktapur, Nepal.
Presentation Title: Cardiovascular disease in Nepal: a situational analysis of a low-income country undergoing epidemiological transition.
For cardiovascular, diabetes, and obesity patients:
Anne-Claire Vergnaud, Scientist, School of Public Health,
Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, Imperial College
Presentation Title: The Airwave Health Monitoring Study: cohort profile.
Michael F. Holick, Ph.D., M.D. is Professor of Medicine, Physiology
and Biophysics; Director of the General Clinical Research Unit; and
Director of the Bone Health Care Clinic and the Director of the
Vitamin D, Skin and Bone Research Laboratory at Boston University
Presentation Title: The D-Lightful Vitamin D: A Solution for Good Health.
Maria de Lourdes Reis Giada, Professor, Department of Basic and
Experimental Nutrition of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro
Presentation Title: Polyphenols for the Prevention and Treatment of
Cardiovascular Diseases, Diabetes and Obesity: Recent Advances and Perspective.
Mohammed El-Faramawi, the W.H.O (Geneva-Switzerland) as a
biostatistician in the chronic disease and health promotion
Presentation Title: The relationship between environmental cadmium exposure and metabolic syndrome in the US adults.
Karen Lillycrop, Senior Lecturer, Institute of Developmental
Sciences, University of Southampton, Southampton, UK.
Presentation Title: The effect of maternal diet on the epigenome and its implications for human cardio-metabolic disease.
Carolyn McKenzie, Clinical Assistant Professor, UNC Chapel Hill,
Presentation Title: How African American Women With T2DM Perceive
Their Risk for Heart Disease.
Farid Menaa, Director R&D, Fluorotronics, Inc. San Diego, CA, USA.
Presentation Title: Generic versus Brand Medications: Does It Really Matter? The Case of isotretinoin/Accutane.
TM’s 1st world cardiovascular, diabetes, and obesity online conference
September 22-24, 2011
Register NOW: http://targetmeeting.com
100+ presentations, 8 symposiums
Participate live via internet, or watch on your schedule
Opportunity to talk with global researchers and doctors