Coex, Seoul, Korea
May 23rd-and 24th 2020,
programme will be available in short
in conjunction with IFCC WorldLab Seoul 2020
May 24-28, 2020 - Coex, Seoul, Korea
Young Scientists (YS) are the future of laboratory medicine and comprise the major workforce of laboratory professionals. Future leaders need to be trained and encouraged to succeed in their role, ideally with the support of experienced leaders. To make this feasible, YS must have activities that encourage their participation, offer opportunities of training and improve communication and networking.
In order to achieve these aims, IFCC Executive Board has approved an initiative entitled “IFCC Young Scientists FORUM” to be held just ahead of and in conjunction with the WorldLab 2020 Congress in Seoul, Korea.
The scientific program at the FORUM will provide the young scientists an excellent opportunity and open discussion platform for a scientific and personal experience, exchanging ideas with colleagues and establishing new acquaintances. Young Scientists will present and discuss their activities in laboratory medicine, benefit from career skills development. Following the FORUM, the participants will attend the Worldlab Congress to be held in Seoul, Korea from 24 to 28th May 2020.
YSF grants will cover travel and accommodation expenses of the selected participants with a lump sum corresponding to EUR 1.500. Young Scientists fulfilling the selection criteria indicated in the application form should apply by 21st February 2020.
Young Scientists interested in applying should contact their National Representative (see IFCC Full and Affiliate members Representatives contacts at https://www.ifcc.org/executive-board-and-council/council/) to obtain all necessary information.
The IFCC TF YS is pleased to announce that the APFCB Organizing Committee planned
a FREE workshop
"Building Tomorrow's leaders by the young generation (IFCC-CCLM / IFCC-TFYS)"
17 Nov 2019, from 2pm to 5 pm
for Young Scientists who are registered with the Congress
see below table for complete overview of YS activities
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Biochemical Genetics in Functional Diagnosis and
Monitoring of Inborn Errors of Metabolism
The IFCC Task Force Young Scientists would like to invite you to our ninth educational webinar for scientists and laboratorians, brought to you by the IFCC Task Force Young Scientists. This educational program focuses on the biochemical genetics in diagnosis and monitoring of inborn errors of metabolism.
Inborn errors of metabolism (IEM) are a large and heterogeneous group of genetic diseases. In most of these conditions, the presence of variants in specific genes leads to enzyme deficiencies that affect a particular metabolic step. For the majority of IEM, early diagnosis prevents the onset of severe clinical symptoms, thus reducing morbidity and mortality. This webinar will help us to understand better the different lab diagnostic approaches and latest techniques available.
Monday, November 4th, 2019- 6:00 a.m. PST, USA
Monday, November 4th, 2019
Monday, November 4th, 2019
Monday, November 4th, 2019
Monday, November 4th, 2019
Presentation Title: “Biochemical Genetics in Diagnosis and Monitoring of Inborn Errors of Metabolism”
Khosrow Adeli PhD, FCACB, DABCC
Head and Professor, Clinical Biochemistry, Paediatric Laboratory Medicine
Senior Scientist, Molecular Medicine, Research Institute
The Hospital for Sick Children/University of Toronto, Canada
Dr. Pradeep K. Dabla, Professor, MD
Dept of Biochemistry,
G.B.Pant Institute of Postgraduate Medical Education & Research (GIPMER), Associated to MAMC, Delhi, India
Click Here to Register to the Complimentary Webinar
Brought to you by IFCC TFYS/IFCC Task Force Young Scientists
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25th Oct, 2018 11.30 AM - 01.00 PM
- Prof. Abbas Ali Mahdi, President ACBI
- Prof. Howard Morris, President IFCC
- Dr. Pradeep K Dabla
Identification of Need
Chairpersons: Prof. Howard Morris, Prof. Abbas Ali Mahdi, Dr. Pradeep K Dabla
State of Major Transformations in Healthcare & Medical Laboratory
- Prof. Praveen Sharma, EB-ACBI, APFCB, IFCC
Innovations & Skills – Advancing New Delivery Systems
- Prof. Damien Gruson, EurSpeLM & Consultant IFCC-TFYS
Laboratory Medicine Vs. Clinical Medicine - Interface Linking
- Dr. Pradeep K. Dabla, Chair IFCC-TFYS
Education & Training Programmes Opportunities – Preparing Young Scientists
- Dr. Danni Li, IFCC-TFYS & Dir Clinical Chemistry, University of Minnesota Medical Center Fairview, USA
Round Table Discussion & Exchange
Closing Remarks & Vote of Thanks
Panhellenic Conferences - 16th Panhellenic Congress of Clinical Chemistry
Hellenic Society for Clinical Chemistry and Clinical Biochemistry
11 - 13 October 2018, Astir Hotel Egnatia Alexandroupolis (GR)
Saturday, October 13th, 2018 - 16:00-17:30
Moderator: E. Konsta, Chemist, MSc in Clinical Chemistry, PhD, EuSpLM, Scientific Assistant in the Department of Biomedical Sciences, Faculty of Health and Caring Professions, University of West Attica
16:00-16:30 Education and application of Clinical chemistry in Sweden
- Kompogiannis, Biomedical Sciences Student, University of West Attica, Athens, Greece
16:30-17:00 Discovering the post-transcriptional regulation of HLA class I APM components and its clinical relevance in melanoma as a PhD student in Germany
- Lazaridou Chemist, MSc in Clinical Chemistry, PhD Candidate in Institute for medical immunology, Halle (Saale), Germany
17:00-17:30 Succeeding as a young scientist
- Velts, MSc Gene Technology, Head of Laboratory at West Tallinn Central Hospital, Tallinn, Estonia
Leadership Skills: Essential for Career & Organisational Success
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
The IFCC Task Force for Young Scientists invites you to attend Symposium 14
Wednesday, 25 October 2017, 10:45-12:15
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Call for Volunteers
The EuroMedLab 2017 Congress Organizing Committee promotes a volunteer programme for young scientists attending the 22nd IFCC-EFLM European Congress of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine - EuroMedLab 2017 to be held in Athens on 11-15 June 2017.
Volunteering is a great way to meet new people, get connected, and network with scientists and professionals dedicated to the various aspects of clinical chemistry. In addition, selected volunteers can gain practical experience in conference organisational aspects. The selected recipients will receive free congress registration and a Certificate of Assistance & Attendance, kindly offered by the Congress Organizing Committee.
Eligible candidates must meet the following criteria:
All applicants must submit the application form (click here to download the form) and accompany it by the following documentation:
Applications have to be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by February 18th, 2017
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14th Asia–Pacific Federation for Clinical Biochemistry
Young Scientists are cordially invited to attend the Scientific session on
“Scientific Research Writing”
FRIDAY 17TH JUNE 2016
The Rainbow Towers Hotel and Conference Center
2. ACBI-IFCC TFYS Siemens Young Scientists Award-2015: Longtime awaited initiative 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. Fulfilling one of the objectives of TFYS.