Our aim to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results on all aspects of Biomedical Engineering & Systems.
To provide a premier interdisciplinary platform for researchers, practitioners and educators to present and discuss the most recent solutions adopted in the fields of Biomedical Engineering & Systems.
Abstract Submission Deadline
September 1, 2022
Early Bird Registration
May 21 , 2022
September 26-28, 2022
PAGES extends our immense pleasure and honor to invite all medical professionals, clinicians, and researchers to attend the “Global Conference on Traditional and Alternative Medicine”, scheduled on February 13-15, 2023 in Miami, USA. This inspiring event will include keynote presentations, Oral talks, and workshops that focus on emerging research and suggest practical solutions to current challenges in these fields.
Traditional and Alternative Medicine aims to diminish the communication gap between researchers that act like a pebble in the dissemination of research knowledge. It encourages scientists and research scholars to present and globalize their research that would lead to innovative pathways of natural healing for improved holistic health and well-being. Traditional and Alternative medicine has left a significant impact on healthcare through centuries
The conference includes keynote presentations and plenary talks from prominent personalities in the field from around the globe which provide a new direction for further research in the field. In addition, round-table discussions, workshops, debate sessions, and poster presentation aims at empowering the scholars with the latest research and fostering new connections.
Traditional and Alternative Medicine erect an arena for researchers across the globe to showcase their valuable dissertation. We are exuberantly inviting all the researchers and practitioners to be associated with this incredible event and to create a milestone in their research field
We look forward to the honor of welcoming you to GCTAM-2023 in Miami, USA.
Guidelines for the Abstract Submission:
• The acceptable
word range for the abstract is 150 – 250 words. The abstracts which do not meet
this word limit will be sent back to the authors to be revised.
• Kindly download the abstract template and follow the format carefully.
• The abstract content should be in English.
• Please send with brief biography together with the Abstract.
• Submit your abstract toGCTAM-2022 website.
• After submission you will be acknowledged with the acceptance letter via an email within 2-3 working days.
Deputy Director Research and Innovation at Russian Helicopters and Advisory Committee Member at ICAOMoscow, Russia
Chief Technology Officer Brainy Solutions Aug 2020 – Present Brisbane, Queensland, Australia Russian Helicopters, JSC 2 yrs 10 mos Deputy Director Research and Innovation Oct 2019 – Present Artificial intelligence in Aerospace industry. Urban Air Mobility program. Optionally piloted helicopter Civil Aviation Portfolio Manager Jun 2018 – Oct 2019 Moscow, Russian Federation The International Civil Aviation Organization Advisory Committee Member The International Civil Aviation Organization Mar 2019 – Present Moscow, Russian Federation VDB Engineer Thales Oct 2015 – Dec 2017 Rydalmere, Sydney Department of Avionics Integration, Training & Simulation Founder, Chief Executive Officer Defence3D PTY LTD Nov 2014 – Nov 2017 Australia United Industrial Defence Corporation 4 yrs 4 mos Technology Advisor Aug 2014 – May 2016 Moscow, Russian FederationUNSW Australia Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.)Field Of StudyAerospace, Aeronautical and Astronautical/Space Engineering 2012 – 2018 Activities and Societies: UNSW Canberra UAV Team Systems architecture for autonomous underwater vehicle simulators University of Ulsan Mechanical Engineering 2009 – 2010 Activities and Societies: Formula Student Mechanical workshop at Hyundai Motor Company. Final project: Development of hybrid vehicle navigation system Moscow Polytech University Automation and Control 2004 – 2010 Activities and Societies: Head of robotics Lab "IRS" (Intelligent robotics systems) Automation and Control, Computer vision, robotics
Nanyang Technological UniversitySingapore
Dr. Ng is a professor at the Nanyang Technological University, Singapore. He received his PhD on Engineering from the University of Cambridge. He is a Fellow of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (FASME), FIET (UK), FIETI (HK). He is Editor-in-Chief for 2 ISI-journals which were captured by the JCR within 2-years of their inauguration. Dr. Ng has authored more than 400 publications in various journals and 14 books. His publications reflect his research interests in the field of infrared physics & technology in BME research. He has been recognized internationally for academic excellence. He was awarded the SPRING-Singapore Merit Award for his work in thermal imagers to screen SARS fever as well as contributions to the Singapore Standardization Program.
Dammam UniversitySaudi Arabia
Dr. ABM Sharif Hossain obtained his Ph.D. in Plant, Nano and Industrial Biotechnology in 2006, Ehime University, Japan. He holds a position as an Associate Professor in the Biotechnology The program, Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, Dammam University KSA. Dr. Hossain has a total of 212 publications including patents, journal papers, 15 books, book chapters. He has more than 50 articles are a web of sciences (ISI), He has a total of 51 Conference abstracts and proceedings. He achieved h-index: 25 and total Google scholar citation: 2356. Dr. Hossain stood the first scientist at Hail University and achieved Vice Chancellor award at Hail University, KSA. Dr. Hossain supervised PhD: 6 (UM, UKM, Malaysia), MSc: 12, Undergraduate: 32 (university of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur and Hail University, KSA) students. He has completed 19 research projects. He is an Editorial member of 10 Journals. In addition, he is an External Examiner for Ph.D. and MSc Thesis of 5 Universities. Dr. Hossain is expertise in Plant Biotechnology, Industrial Biotechnology and Nanobiotechnology (nanomaterials) like nanocellulose and nanostars crystal, nanobiofilm, and nanosensor chip production using cellulose derived from plant biomass resources.
Ceramics for Smart Systems Group Spain
Miguel Ángel García obtained his PhD in Physics in 1999 at the University Complutense of Madrid. He is now permanent scientist at ICV. Previously he worked at Padova University (Italy), Institute for Applied Magnetism (Spain) , Institute for Material Science at Madrid (Spain) and University Complutense of Madrid. He also spent periods as visiting professor at European Synchrotron Radiation Facility (Grenoble, France) and Argonne National Laboratory (USA). His research interest is the measurement and physical properties of nanostructures, mainly nanoparticles and thin films. Most of the work is devoted to the study of surface plasmon resonance and magnetic properties. In the last years the he focused on coupling effect among different properties in hybrid nano-systems containing different elements as magnetic and plasmonic ones. The research work also includes development of instrumentation to combine different types of measurements (electric, optic and magnetic) in single experiments. He is co-author of more than 150 research papers (H=38) and 11 patents, and has been IP of 19 research projects. He has also supervised 3 PhD Theses. He teaches as honorific collaborator at University Complutense of Madrid and University Autonoma of Madrid.
Source Photonics’ Chief Engineer for advanced and next-generation transceiver designUSA
Frank Chang is an expert in photonic IC technologies, optics transceivers, and optical networking. He is currently Source Photonics’ Chief Engineer for advanced and next-generation transceiver design. Previously he served as a Senior Principal Engineer for Optics Interconnect within the CTO Optics Office at Inphi Corporation for over 5 years after over 12 years of service at Vitesse Semiconductors. In addition, he also held various project and management positions with Cisco/Pirelli, and JDS Uniphase, working on the design, development, and commercialization of fiber optics components. Frank recently published the industry-first DCI book entitled “Datacenter Connectivity Technologies: Principles and Practice”. He is a frequent conference speaker, co-authored over 100 plus regular journal and conference papers, and has served in ECOC and OFC technical committees for several years in a row. Frank was the president and now among the board and advisors at Photonics Society of Chinese-Americans (PSC-SC). He is the Industry Forum & Exhibition (IF&E) Chair for Globecom 2015 in San Diego, Globecom 2019 in Hawaii, and now ICC 2024 in Denver with IEEE Communication Society. Frank obtained his Ph.D. degree in Optoelectronics from the Ecole Polytechnique, University of Montreal, Canada for his research thesis on the ultrafast optical generation of 1550nm tunable solid-state lasers. Besides Frank is a senior member of IEEE and OSA Fellow.
BCI Engineer at Grapheton & Augmented Reality Developer at Look MisterU.S.A
I am a Tufts University graduate with experience in the brain-computer interface, neural prosthetic, and creative technology fields. As a passionate artist, I seek to apply my creative eye in the realm of science and engineering, while employing my knowledge and appreciation of human centered design. Ultimately, I hope to combine the power of art and science in the field of assistive technology, working to empower individuals with physical (dis)abilities.
David Geffen School of MedicineUSA
Dr. Margaret Simonian (MPhil, PhD). Works as a Medical Researcher and Consultant at UCLA, David Geffen School of Medicine, USA. Her research interest focuses on utilizing proteomics and molecular biology in biomarker discovery of diseases and drug development, as well as advancing cancer immunotherapy with proteomics approaches, and Radioproteomics for cancers. Dr Simonian is a Recognised Reviewer for multiple peer reviewed international scientific journals, as well as an associate Editor & Editorial Board member for multiple scientific journals. She is a member of The Human Proteome Project (HPP), by the Human Proteome Organization (HUPO), and served as an Organizing Committee Member for the International Conference on Precision Medicine in 2017 and others
Dr. Francisco Reyes-Madrigal, Psychiatrist, M. Sc. I am a psychiatrist and clinical researcher at the National Institute of Neurology and Neurosurgery in Mexico City. Our work in the Laboratory of Experimental Psychiatry (lead by Dr. Camilo de la Fuente-Sandoval), focus in the study of early phase psychosis using Magnetic Resonance Imaging. We have published papers about the roles of glutamate, glutathione and GABA, inflammatory markers, neurocognitive profile, and EEG procedures in subjects at clinical high risk for psychosis and first episode of psychosis. This work has led us to collaborate with distinguished international research groups from Weill Cornell Medical College, New York State Psychiatric Institute, University of Toronto, McGill University, University of California in San Diego, and the ANDES network in Latin America. My current work is searching for biomarkers to predict response to treatment and conversion to psychosis.
National Institute of Telecommunications(Inatel)Brazil
Ramon Maia Borges received the B.Sc. degree in electrical engineering from the National Institute of Telecommunications (Inatel), Brazil, in 2012, the M.Sc. degree in telecommunications from Inatel, Brazil, in 2015, and the Ph.D. degree in electrical engineering from the Federal University of Itajubá (UNIFEI), Brazil, in 2020. He has worked as a Researcher with the Wireless and Optical Convergent Access Laboratory at Inatel, since 2015, acting on R&D Projects as the Radiocommunications Reference Center and Brazil 6G. He is currently a Professor with Inatel. His research interests embrace diverse areas of telecommunications, including 5G and 6G networks, optical-wireless systems and microwave photonics.