Theme: Novel Molecular Medicine and Diagnosis Insights for a Better Life



ME Conferences is pleased to announce the upcoming “7th International Conference on Molecular Medicine and Diagnostics” Which is held in May 05, 2022 Webinar.

Molecular Medicine 2022 focuses on share of experience and scientific knowledge in all areas applied to Molecular Medicine, Diagnostics and associated scientific fields. It gives the platform for scientists, and researchers, educators to present and talk over the most recent innovations, concerns, trends, practical challenges encountered, and solutions adopt in the fields of Molecular Medicine and Diagnostics. Our conference is place to form future investigation management by operate the scientific community at large by facilitate access to the newest and scientific achievements.

Why to attend?

Molecular Medicine 2022 conference brings jointly experts, main researchers, scientists, Molecular Biologists, Molecular Diagnostic Companies, Molecular Pathologists, Biotechnologists, Clinicians, Clinical Chemists, Bioinformaticians, Pharmacogenetics and other related areas to affiliate and exchange ideas about the state of the art technologies related to molecular medicine and diagnostics. The conference will also provide an insightful understanding to the matter arising out of the molecular medicine and diagnostics and the future concern and treatment from that. Molecular Medicine Conference 2022 gives a chance to contact with Scientists, researchers, Business Leaders, experts from all over the world.

Target Audience

  • Molecular Diagnostic Companies
  • Molecular Biologists
  • Molecular Geneticists
  • Biotechnologists
  • Molecular Pathologists
  • Molecular Oncologists
  • Clinicians
  •  Pharmacogenetist
  • Genome surgeons
  • Bioinformaticians
  • Clinical Chemists
  • Immunologists
  • Geneticists
  • Stem cell Developers & Researchers

Track 1: Molecular Medicine 

Molecular medicine is an expansive field which manages the improvement of diseases at a sub-atomic level and distinguishes crucial sub-atomic and hereditary blunders of infection and to develop molecular interventions to address them. Molecular structures and components are described by Physical, biological, chemical, medical techniques and bioinformatics. Illness pathogenesis at the molecular or physiological level may prompt to the structure of specific tools for disease diagnosis, treatment, or anticipation.

  • Molecular Medicine Cancer
  • Molecular Medicine Scope
  • Molecular Mechanisms
  • Molecular Surgery

Track 2: Molecular Diagnostics  

Molecular diagnostics is an aggregation of techniques used to examine an individual's genetic code and to recognize biological markers in the proteome and genome.  Molecular diagnostics apply molecular biology to see how cell express their genes to therapeutic testing. Molecular diagnostics are an important tool for any effective appeal of biologic response modifiers or gene therapy. Molecular diagnostics now produce most laboratory tests in infectious diseases, genetics, and an increasing number in oncology. Molecular diagnostics examine the particulars of the patient at a molecular level by ascertain specific sequences in ribonucleic acid (RNA) or deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) or that may be related to disease

  • Polymerase Chain Reaction
  • Molecular Diagnostics Market
  • Molecular Biology
  • Medical Testing
  • Genetic hybridization tests

Track 3: Molecular Genetics and Genomics

Molecular genetics employs procedure of both molecular biology and genetics to study the function, structure, and interactions amidst genes at a molecular level. The study of gene expression and chromosomes of a creature can give an accurate and deep understanding of heredity, mutations and genetic variation. Genomics and Molecular Genetics envelop all areas on the latest population genetics, research innovations, gene function, molecular genetics and expression. Molecular genetics is concerned with the study of your favorite gene, genomics is worried with study all the genes. Molecular genomics is an essential of the expanding database linking alterations of RNA and DNA and with the disease prognosis disease, and therapeutic response.

  • Genes and genomes
  • PCR and Real-Time PCR
  • Microarrays
  • Next-Generation Sequencing
  • Sanger Sequencing

Track 4: Molecular Oncology

The chemistry of tumors and cancer at the molecular level, as well as their application and research on molecularly targeted therapeutics, is referred to as molecular oncology. Molecular oncology outlines their implications and genetic changes in detail. The field of molecular oncology focuses on novel discoveries, techniques, and technical advancements in clinical and basic cancer research, as well as discovery-driven cancer research. It primarily focuses on breakthroughs in our understanding of disease processes that lead to the formation of human tumors. In prognosis, diagnosis, and prevention measures, Molecular Oncology discovered fresh concepts with clear clinical significance.

  • DNA repair
  • Apoptosis
  • Cancer genetics
  • Molecular pathology
  • Tumour immunology

Track 5: Molecular Biomarkers and Diagnosis

A biomarker is an indicator of a person's biological health. Oncology biomarkers are now widely used in clinical practice. A biological marker might indicate the existence of a disease, a physiological change, a treatment response, or a mental state. Molecular biomarkers are utilized for a variety of reasons, including disease diagnosis, prognosis, and treatment response evaluation. The number of medicine labels incorporating information on molecular biomarkers has increased dramatically over the previous decade. Biomarkers can confirm a challenging diagnosis or even make it possible in the first place in most chronic diseases.

  • Genetic Testing and Molecular Biomarkers
  • Drug labelling
  • Cancer biomarkers
  • Disease-related biomarkers
  • Biomarkers in Drug Development

Track 6: Molecular Pathology

Atomic pathology is a growing field of pathology that deals with the investigation and detection of contamination by examining particles in organs, tissues, and bodily fluids. Atomic pathology combines elements of anatomic pathology and clinical pathology, as well as subatomic science, bio science, proteomics, and hereditary characteristics, and is sometimes referred to as a "Mixture" approach. It is multidisciplinary in nature and focuses on disease fragments as small as a grain of sand. A crucial concept is that when discovery relies on both morphologic alterations in tissues and sub-atomic testing, a more thorough inquiry may be carried out.

  • Molecular diagnostics
  • Molecular Genetic Pathology
  • Medical Genetics
  • Molecular tests
  • Molecular pathological epidemiology
  • Pathology

Track 7: Molecular Virology

Most infections may be eliminated from the body with an effective immune response, and as a result, most common diseases are transient. In any event, there are certain infections that can bypass the immune system's defenses and cause intractable disorders in their hosts. HIV is the most well-known example of such an infection, although there are several others. Infections use a variety of strategies to get beyond the immune system's defenses. In general, these disorders are asymptomatic, but they may manifest clinically if the patient's immune system is compromised.

Track 8: Advances in Molecular Diagnostics

Advances in cell and molecular biology have transformed the diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of disorders. It is a type of modern biotechnology that focuses on genetic diagnosis, molecular diagnosis, and molecular forensics. People are currently confronting major global healthcare difficulties as a result of new and re-emerging diseases. The availability of new sequencing technologies, microarrays, microfluidics, biosensors, and biomarker tests has shifted the focus toward constructing diagnostic platforms, resulting in improved outcomes and cost reductions.

Track 9: Precision Medicine

Precision medicine is a growing field of disease treatment and prevention that considers each person's unique genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors. This technology will allow clinicians and researchers to more precisely predict which treatment and preventative strategies for a specific disease will be effective in which groups of patients. It differs from a small-scale strategy, in which illness treatment and prevention strategies are tailored to the average person.

  • Interindividual Variability
  • Pharmacogenomics
  • Stratified Medicine
  • Genomics
  • Personalized Medicine

Track 10: Molecular Evolution

At the cellular and molecular level, all living things are the same. Evolutionary theory explains the inherent commonalities between living organisms. The rates and effects of single nucleotide alterations, the beginnings of novel genes, the evolution of development, and the ways that evolutionary forces influence genomic and phenotypic changes are all major subjects in molecular evolution. Quantitative estimates of population diversity and evolutionary links, as well as gains in theoretical knowledge, are among the most significant achievements. Protein function is better understood, and models of common developmental patterns are much more accurate.

  • Mechanisms of molecular evolution
  • Evolutionary biology
  • Population genetics
  • Mutation
  • Genetic drift

Track 11: Cellular and Molecular Biology

The study of biological activity between biomolecules in the many systems of a cell is known as molecular biology. It also covers relationships between DNA, RNA, proteins, and their production, as well as how these interactions are regulated. nThe processes that occur within and between the body's cells are the focus of cellular and molecular biology. Genes, the way cells transport nutrients throughout the body, and how diseases assault healthy cells are all examples of this. Molecular biology is concerned with the replication, transcription, and translation of genetic material. Cellular biology investigates the function, systems, structure, and interactions of cells with other living species. These people usually work in medical professions and are mostly concerned with disease treatment.

  • DNA Forensics
  • Gene Therapy
  • Molecular Genetics
  • Toxicogenomics
  • Proteomic

Track 12: Medical Biotechnology

Medical biotechnology is a discipline of medicine that focuses on studying living cells and cell materials in order to produce medications and diagnostic instruments. These goods help with disease treatment and prevention. There's a lot going on, from Ebola serum to human DNA mapping to agricultural ramifications. Medical biotechnology is fast advancing and benefiting millions of people. Some of the most current biological technology uses include genetic testing, medical therapy, and simulated tissue growth. Medical biotechnology offers a multitude of incredible technological development opportunities that can benefit a big number of people.

  • Tissue Nano transfection
  • Recombinant DNA Technology
  • Genetic Testing

Track 13: Metagenomics

The study of genetic material retrieve from environmental samples is known as metagenomics. Metagenomics is a group of analysis methodologies that incorporates multiple interconnected methods and approaches. We trust that metagenomics will be up to complement and drive research on people and their genomes. Metagenomics is a brand-new way to analyzing genomic data at a high level. Novel physiological, metabolic, and genetic choices can be assess using metagenomics libraries. Meta transcriptomics

  • The Human Microbiome
  • Meta proteomics
  • Microbial Metagenomics
  • Application of Genomics to Uncultured Microorganisms

Track 14: Molecular Pathological Epidemiology

Molecular pathological epidemiology (MPE) is a multidisciplinary science based on the unique disease principle and the sickness continuum idea developed by Tran. MPE can scan etiologic heterogeneity in non-neoplastic sickness such as immunity-related and infectious diseases, cardiovascular diseases, obesity, diabetes mellitus, and drug toxicity. It has been most commonly employed to studies on lung, breast, and colorectal malignancies. By linking suspected etiologic variables to specific molecular biomarkers as outcomes, this study helps improve causal explanation.

Track 15: Diagnostic in Nano Medicine

The appeal of nanotechnology to medicine is known as nanomedicine. It introduces the use of sub micrometer-sized instruments for disease prevention, diagnosis, and therapy, as well as a better knowledge of the disease's complicated essential pathophysiology and improving patients' quality of life. Over the last couple of years, significant efforts have been made and significant progress has been made in the field of Nano medicine, and a number of Nano medicine plans have been shown to hold significant potential for allowing more effective and less lethal diagnostic and therapeutic interventions.

  • Nanotechnology
  • Nanoparticle
  • Nano Structures
  • Early Diagnosis
  • Nano Medicine

Track 16: Stem Cell & Regeneration

Cell regeneration medicine and therapies improve patients' health by replacing, repairing, or regenerating damaged cells in the body. When we are injured, some parts of our body repair themselves pretty well, while others do not repair at all. Although we can't build a full leg or arm, other animals can grow – or regenerate – entire body parts. Stem cells (SC) deliver a completely distinct experience. Despite the promise of embryonic stem cells, adult or even beast stem cells provide a variety of intriguing medicinal uses in some circumstances. Over the last ten years, the number of clinical applications for regenerative medicine has skyrocketed. By restoring, preserving, or increasing tissue and organ functions, regenerative medicine revolutionizes the way we improve our health and quality of life.

  • Cord blood
  • Induced pluripotent stem cells
  • Stem cell treatments
  • Cell therapies
  • Aesthetic medicine
  • Regenerative Medicine

Track 17: Integrative Molecular Medicine

Novel results in molecular, biomedical, and biological research are covered in Integrative Molecular Medicine. Integrative Molecular Medicine encompasses a wide range of diseases and disorders, from diagnosis through treatment. Molecular pharmaceuticals aim to understand illness and traditional body pathogenic and functional processes at the molecular level, allowing physicians and researchers to apply such information in the form of unique molecular tools for treatment, diagnosis, and prognosis.

  • Integrative Molecular Biology & Biotechnology
  • Medical Microbiology
  • Clinical Science

Track 18: DNA sequencing

DNA sequencing is the procedure of sequencing the base pair of a DNA (As, Ts, Cs, and Gs). Sequencing a whole organism’s DNA is a massive task. It needs breaking the DNA into several smaller items, sequencing the items, and group of these sequences into one long "consensus." These bases give the details on phenotype and also the genotype. Nucleotides aren't the sole antecedent of phenotypes but are necessary to their information. Every individual and organism features a specific ester base sequence. DNA sequencing additionally underpins pharmacogenomics.

  • Recombinant DNA
  • DNA polymerase
  • Restriction enzymes
  • Sanger sequencing
  • Epigenetics

Track 19: Cell and gene Therapy

Cell and gene therapy are two sward of biomedical research that aim RNA or DNA inside or outside the body and have similar therapeutic goals. Both strategies aim to alter genetic material in order to increase function or combat disease. Gene therapy, in particular, operates on a patient's cells using genetic material, or DNA, to cure an inherited or obtain condition. Cell therapy, on the other hand, is the mixing or transplantation of entire cells into a patient to treat an inherited or acquired condition.

  • Gene Silencing
  • Gene Therapy
  • Gene Editing
  • Cell Therapy

Track 20: Nuclear medicine and Molecular Imaging

Radiotracers are small pieces of radioactive elements that are injected into the bloodstream, breathed in, or eaten in nuclear medicine imaging. The radiotracer goes across the area being investigated, emitting energy in the form of gamma rays that are detected by a specific camera and computer, allowing images of the inside of the body to be taken. Nuclear medicine imaging can provide information that traditional imaging techniques may not be able to provide, as well as detect disease early on.

  • Computed Tomography
  • X-rays
  • Radioactive Materials
  • Ultrasound

7thInternational Conference on Molecular Medicine and Diagnostics Conference welcomes presenters, exhibitors, and attendees from everywhere the world to Singapore City, Singapore throughout April 11-12, 2022. The organizing committee is getting ready for an appealing and informative conference program as well as lectures, workshops, symposia on a good class of topics, poster displays, young scientist forums, and numerous programs for participants from across the world. We tend to gracefully invite you to unite all the Asian and European countries at the planet to Molecular Medicine and Diagnostics Conference, wherever you'll have an intelligible expertise with students from overseas. The Organizing Committee and every one attendee of MOLECULAR MEDICINE 2022 trying forward to fulfil you at Singapore City, Singapore

High Content Screening/Imaging: Technologies and Global Markets

The global market for elevated content screening/imaging is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 13.1 percent from $915.0 million in 2018 to $1.7 billion in 2023.


Report Includes:

  • An overview of the global markets for high-resolution imaging and screening technologies
  • Analyses of worldwide market trends, including data from 2017 and predictions of compound annual increases (CAGRs) through 2023, using data from 2017 and 2018
  • The industry's numerous microscopes and imaging techniques are covered
  • Detailed analysis of cytometers, light sources, detectors/sensors, and liquid handling instruments' technical advances
  • Large Research and development budget, advantages over manual and HTS, technical advancement, and automation are among of the market motivators discussed
  • Albany Molecular Research, Inc. (AMRI), Cell Signaling Technology, Danaher Corp., GE Healthcare, and Instrument Systems are among the major players in the business

Global Markets for Antifungal Drugs:

The global market for antifungal drugs is expected to grow at a CAGR of 3.8 percent from $14.6 billion in 2019 to $17.6 billion in 2024, with a forecast period of 2019-2024.


This study explains as:

  • Within the pharmaceuticals industry, an overview of the global markets for antifungal drugs.
  • Analyses of worldwide market trends, providing market size data from 2018 and 2019, as well as forecasts of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2024.
  • A comparison of the two major types of antifungal drugs – over-the-counter (OTC) and prescription-based – as well as the issues associated with their use.
  • Briefing on new molecular and biological entities from traditional pharmaceutical sources, naturally derived synthetic compounds, and biological sources that are in the early stages of development.
  • Antifungal agents are reviewed and classified based on their mode of action, as well as approved medicinal items and patents with expiration dates.
  • R&D activities, breakthrough therapy innovations, clinical trials of novel drug developments, their technology, and anticipated clinical uses are all covered in this section.
  • Market share study of main antifungal medicine suppliers, together with associated product information and their significant competitive landscape
  • Astellas Pharma Inc., Bayer AG, Gilead Sciences Inc.,  Dr. Reddy's Laboratories Ltd., Pfizer Inc., Sanofi S.A., Janssen Pharmaceuticals Inc. (Johnson & Johnson),  and Merck & Co., Inc. all have descriptive corporate profiles.

List Of  Molecular Diagnostic Centres In Singapore

  • Mparkway Laboratory Services Ltd. Singapore
  • Raffles Diagnostica Pte Ltd
  • Cordlife Group Limited
  • Mquest Laboratories Pte Ltd
  • Singapore Immunology Network
  • Innoquest Diagnostics Pte. Ltd. Singapore
  • Nhg Diagnostics Singapore
  • Reste Laboratories Pte. Ltde
  • Veredus Laboratories Pte. Ltd
  • Admaterials Technologies Pte. Ltd Singapore
  • Pathology And Clinical Laboratory Private Limited Singapore
  • Flashlab Laboratory Services Pte Ltd Singapore

List Of  Molecular  Medicine Universities around the World:

  • Harvard University United States
  • University of California--San Diego
  • University of Toronto Canada
  • University of Cambridge United Kingdom
  • Yale University United Kingdom
  • Karolinska Institute Sweden
  • University of Queensland Australia Australia|
  • University of Munich Germany
  • Heidelberg University Germany
  • Weizmann Institute of Science Israel
  • Sorbonne Universite France


Related Societies and Associates in Singapore

  • Nuclear Medicine Society Singapore
  • President's Message - Nuclear Medicine Society
  • Undergraduate - Department of Biochemistry
  • Singapore Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
  • Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine | NTU Singapore
  • Experimental and Molecular Medicine – SCImago
  • Singapore meeting incorporates nuclear medicine update
  • MSc Molecular Medicine - University of Essex
  • Eureka Institute for Translational Medicine

Related Societies and Associates in world wide

  • Molecular Medicine Society: A Great Start, a Great Future
  • International Journal of Molecular Sciences | Societies – MDPI
  • International Society for Orthomolecular Medicine – ISOM
  • International Journal of Molecular Medicine - Spandidos
  • MSc Molecular Medicine | Study | Imperial College London
  • European Society for Medical Oncology
  • World Medical Association


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