Complimentary Educational Webinar: Integration and Impact of High-Sensitive Troponin
The IFCC Task Force Young Scientists would like to invite you to our fourth educational webinar for scientists and laboratorians, brought to you by the IFCC Task Force Young Scientists. This educational program focuses on highly sensitive Troponin assays that have been recently introduced in Europe. By attending this session, attendees will gain a better understanding of these new Troponin assays, how the test is being integrated, and the impact on clinical practice and the laboratory.
Thursday, February 15th, 2018 - 9:00 a.m. EST
New York, USA
Cape Town, South Africa
Presentation title: Performance of Highly Sensitive Troponin
Presentation title: Clinical Application of Highly Sensitive Troponin
Moderator: Dr. Pradeep Dabla, Associate Professor, Dept of Biochemistry G.B.Pant Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (GIPMER)
Brought to you by IFCC TFYS/IFCC Task Force Young Scientists
Leadership Skills: Essential for Career & Organisational Succes
Prof Maurizio Ferrari (President IFCC)
Dr Bernard Gouget (IFCC NC Chair)
Preparing for Leadership: new challenges and responsibilities
Prof Howard Morris (President Elect, IFCC)
Developing Strong Presence for Women
Prof Tomris Ozben (Treasurer, IFCC)
Critical Thinking: Building Good Judgement
Dr Praveen Sharma (Chief Editor IJCB & EB-ACBI, APFCB)
The ACBI-IFCC TF-YS Awards were novel idea of joint efforts of ACBI & IFCC-TFYS. So, this 3rd Award competition is chosen to provide young researchers an opportunity to focus on and develop interest in « Research ». The ultimate aim of this program is to foster and secure excellent young researchers since ACBICON-2015.
5 Young Scientists (YS's) will be selected on to the basis of original papers submitted and be given oral presentation in award session. They will be granted cash Rs.5000/- & Certificate as award with the kind support of Congress Organising Committee.
For instructions to apply please visit the page at: http://www.acbicon2017.com/images/ACBI-IFCC%20TFYS%20Award%202017.pdf
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The IFCC Task Force for Young Scientists invites you to attend Symposium 14
Wednesday, 25 October 2017, 10:45-12:15
The event is organized jointly by the IFCC Task Force of Young Scientists TF-YS) and the International Society of Enzymology (ISE). It combines a scientific presentation by Dr. Nader Rifai, Editor in Chief of “Clinical Chemistry”, entitled “Communication of Scientific Information” and a musical performance of the well-known Mikis Theodorakis Orchestra.
A Get Together Dinner, kindly offered by the GSCC-CB, overlooking the Acropolis and the Parthenon, awaits for you! The evening will continue in a friendly musical atmosphere.
The event is free for the first 100 Young Scientists registered to the Congress who confirm the participation!
Venue: Gazarte, 32-34 Voutadon Str.- Gazi, Kerameikos Station.
(registrations open on May 20)
The Young Scientists Night is open to all other delegates but they need to purchase a ticket (80 euros per person) by writing to Amanda Goddard (firstname.lastname@example.org). Space is limited and tickets will be sold on a first-come first-served basis.
… and mark in your agenda also the other events addressed to Young Scientists:
“Meet the Experts” Sessions: six interactive sessions (on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday) have been organized by the Scientific Congress Committee in collaboration with the Young Scientists Division of IFCC covering subjects of general interest. An interesting opportunity to join a small group of interested colleagues for an intense and interactive discussions. Sessions are open to all delegates but require a free pre-registration as the seats’ availability is limited for practical reasons. For more details visit www.athens2017.org and download the scientific programme.
Open meeting & Quiz of the IFCC Task Force for Young Scientists: Tuesday June 13 from h. 9.00 to 12.30 at the Hilton Hotel – (Meeting room: Santorini 4-5-6) – Young Scientists like surprises -Prizes for Quiz winners;
ALL DELEGATES ARE INVITED!!
To confirm the presence, please contact: email@example.com
Lab-Surfing is a Laboratory professional social media designed and created in order to fulfill the unattended needs of Young Scientists (YS). Results from a global survey showed communication and exchange programme deficits for young scientists. During the current era of continuously evolving professions with upcoming technologies and methods, exchange programme and communication proved to be essential for young laboratorians. Information and communication technologies (ICT´s) are an easy and efficient way to connect people from all around the globe. Thus, willing to address these needs the IFCC-TFYS came with the idea of creating a professional social media exclusively for Young Laboratory Medicine Scientists, and named it as Lab Surfing.
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by Dr. Pradeep Kumar Dabla
|Name||Position||Country||Term||Time in Office|
|P. Kumar Dabla||Chair||IN||2nd||2017 01 - 2019 12|
|G. Boursier||Member||FR||2nd||2017 01 - 2019 12|
|S. Fares Taie||Member||AR||1st||2016 03 - 2018 12|
|D. Li||Member||US||2nd||2016 01 - 2018 12|
|O. Popoola||Member||NG||2nd||2016 01 - 2018 12|
|M. Savkovic||Member||SRB||2nd||2016 01 - 2018 12|
|P. Gillery||SD Liaison||FR|
The aim of TF-YS is to ensure that young scientists make a significant and growing contribution to the activities of IFCC and to the promotion of laboratory medicine at the centre of healthcare.
The TF-YS will report directly to the IFCC Executive Board. A nominated member of the Executive Board will act as a liaison person for TF-YS. The TF-YS will prepare an update report for each meeting of the Executive Board and may contact the Board, through the designated liaison person, at other times. Any additional finance raised by TF-YS will be accounted for through normal IFCC accounting procedures and will be subject to financial audit.
|May Siew||Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists (AACB)|
|Carola Briancon Ayo||Sociedad Boliviana de Bioquímica Clínica|
|Nafija Serdarevic||Association of Medical Biochemists in Bosnia-Herzegovina|
|Vathany Kulasingam||Canadian Society of Clinical Chemists (CSCC)|
|Qing Li||Chinese Society of Laboratory Medicine (CSLM)|
|Cristian Layton||Colegio Nacional de Bacteriologia CNB - Colombia|
|Ivana Lapic||Croatian Society of Medical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine (HDMBLM)|
|Norbert Cibicek||Czech Society of Clinical Biochemistry (CSKB)|
|Anna Velts||Estonian Society for Laboratory Medicine|
|Belay Tessema||Ethiopian Medical Laboratory Association (EMLA)|
|C. Shanmugapriya||Association of Medical Biochemists of India (AMBI)|
|Miswar Fattah||Indonesian Association for Clinical Chemistry (HKKI)|
|G. Sancesario||Italian Society of Clinical Chemistry and Clinical Molecular Biology (SIBioC)|
|Ryunosuke Ohkawa||Japan Society of Clinical Chemistry (JSCC)|
|Ahmad M. Ibrahim Salah||Society for Medical Technology & Laboratories - Jordan (SMTL)|
|Geoffrey Omuse||Clinical Chemists Association of Kenya|
|Valdas Banys||Lithuanian Society of Laboratory Medicine|
|Elias Chipofya||Malawi Association of Medical Laboratory Scientists (MAMLS)|
|Wendy den Elzen||Nederlandse Vereniging voor Klinische Chemie en Laboratoriumgeneeskunde (NVKC)|
|Rajesh Kumar Gupta||Nepal Association for Medical Laboratory Science (NAMLS)|
|Vivek Pant||Nepalese Association for Clinical Chemistry (NACC)|
|Ifeyinwa Dorothy Osegbe||Association of Clinical Chemists Nigeria (ACCN)|
|Kristin Viste||The Norwegian Society of Medical Biochemistry (NSMB)|
|Lena Jafri||Pakistan Society of Chemical Pathologists (PSCP)|
|Alexey Bugrov||Russian Scientifically-Practical Society of Specialists in Laboratory Medicine (RSPSSLM)|
|Verena Gounden||South African Association of Clinical Biochemistry (SAACB)|
|Fernando Marqués García||Sociedad Española de Bioquímica Clínica y Patología Molecular (SEQC)|
|Lakminda Thilakarathna||Association for Clinical Biochemistry, Sri Lanka|
|Manel Chaabane||Tunisian Society of Clinical Biology (STBC)|
|Sedat Abusoglu||Turkish Biochemical Society (TBS)|
|Paul Hamilton||Association for Clinical Biochemistry and Laboratory Medicine (UK)|
|Tetyana Kheylomska||Association of Clinical Chemistry & Laboratory Medicine of Ukraine (ACCLMU)|
|Maria Eugenia Shroeder||Asociación Bioquímica Uruguaya (ABU)|
|Itai Chitungo||Zimbabwe Association of Clinical Biochemists (ZACB)|
|Nyepetsi Naledi Gape||Botswana on behalf of "African Federation of Clinical Chemistry (AFCC)"|
|Pierrot Lundimu Tugirimana||Rwanda on behalf of "African Federation of Clinical Chemistry (AFCC)"|
|Xing Gao||ABBOTT Laboratories|
Dr. Pradeep KUMAR DABLA
Department of Biochemistry
G.B. Pant Institute of Postgraduate
Medical Education & Research (GIPMER)
Delhi-110002 - India
Dr. Guilaine BOURSIER
Department of Genetics
Rare Diseases and Personalized Medicine
Rare Diseases and Autoinflammatory unit
Dr. Santiago FARES TAIE
Laboratory of Endocrinology
Department of Clinical Chemistry
CEMIC, Galván 4102 C1431FWO
Buenos Aires Argentina
Dr. Danni LI
Director of Clinical Chemistry
University of Minnesota Medical Center Fairview
Department of Lab Medicine and Pathology, MMC 609
420 Delaware Street SE - Mayo Building D250-1
Minneapolis, MN 55455
Dr. Omolara Olutosin POPOOLA
P.M.B 5116, Chemical Pathology Department
University College Hospital
Iadan - Nigeria
Dr. Miljan SAVKOVIC
Center for Medical Biochemistry
Clinical Center of Serbia