The European Congress on Innovation in Diabetes

21. Dezember 2018 at 10:01

4th to 5th March 2019, Vienna, Austria.

The European Congress on Innovation in Diabetes (Diabetes-Innovations 2019), the first congress to comprehensively focus on nanotechnology, will take place from 4th to 5th March 2019 in Vienna, Austria.

Diabetes technology has developed over the last decades to become an essential component of diagnosis and care for patients with diabetes mellitus. New technologies derived from space travel and computer science are soon to be married with existing technology applications to make closed loop systems, artificial pancreas and other emerging treatment options to become real and not only virtual reality.

Diabetes-Innovations 2019 will welcome medical professionals, R&D personnel, treatment experts, industry leaders and other experts to the majestic city of Vienna.

The congress will focus on three main areas:

  • a comprehensive overview over the emerging field of new current technology developments as innovative physico-chemical methods in the field of microelectronic mechanic systems and nanotechnology that have finally also reached the diabetes space;
  • a comprehensive understanding regarding current approaches to integrate diabetes diagnostics and treatment information to provide real integrated patient care by using the emerging potential of wireless data collection and analysis for effective and safe applications to improve patient healthcare;
  • a presentation platform for current non-invasive device developments and applications for assessment of glucose, cardiovascular parameters and other body signals.

Allgemeine Informationen
Date: 4th to 5th March 2019

Location:
Hilton Vienna
Am Stadtpark 1 A
1030 Vienna
Austria

Language: English

For more information and details visit the official website of the congress.

Published in GI-Mail 01/2019 (English edition). Sign up for GI-Mail here.  

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