18th World Seminar on COVID-19 & Vaccination
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18th World Seminar on COVID-19 & Vaccination

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May 18-19, 2021

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COVID-19 Seminar Part I & Part II

18th World Seminar on COVID-19 & Vaccination

After a successful completion of 11th International Virtual Seminar on COVID-19 Part II during December 16, 2020 and 7th International Virtual Seminar on COVID-19 Part I during August, 2020, we are initiating SciTech Central COVID-19 (18th World Seminar on COVID-19 & Vaccination) is a 2 day seminar scheduled on May 18-19, 2021. The interested speakers are requested to submit abstract and pre-recorded video of the talk. Speakers can be academicians, researchers, scientists, students, faculty members, healthcare executives, doctors etc. The exhibitors are invited to promote their healthcare products at our conference websites.

Many companies, organizations and research groups are making efforts towards development of effective human vaccine against this highly infectious disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. A vaccine against SARS-CoV-2 should act against transmission, infection and disease. The major challnege for a vaccine is passing all the phases of Clinical Trials. The mutants of coronavirus is another challenge for the vaccine development. A vaccine for all age groups, genetype and adaptations is a big question for the scientists. 

COVID-19 is a pandemic prevailing all across the world past few months. It has affected daily life of each individual, physically, economically or psychologically. The work and living style of all classes of society is changed. It is considered to be a positive change as an environmentalist, a struggle as a doctor, challenge as an economist, unsolved question as a scientist, scuffle as a law enforcement officer, fight for a healthcare worker, tussle for a government, psychological phase as a patient, and fear as a person. Universities are organizing Onlline Classes to assist students, scientists are working on clinical trials of vaccines, hospitalities are working on resuming travel with safety measures. This seminar invites all to share their experience and research through the video and take this opportunity in this lockdown.

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Discussions on
  • Mutants of COVID-19 : Another Challenge 
  • Seccond Wave of Coronavirus and its Impact 
  • COVID-19 Pandemic and Future of Physicians
  • Side Effects of COVID-19 Medication 
  • Vaccine Development and Challenges
  • Mental Illness during COVID-19
  • Critical Thinking in Pandemic 
  • Insurance Covers in COVID-19
  • Prisoners and Pandemic 
  • Lessons Learned for Future: An Expert Consensus
  • Treatment Simulations and Biomarkers
  • Blood Inventories in COVID-19
  • Aesthetic Practices during the COVID‐19 Pandemic
  • Growth of Digital Platforms in Pandemic
  • Mortality and Testing Positive of COVID‐19
  • Plasma Exchange Therapy 
  • The New Normal in Society
  • Antibody Dynamics to SARS‐CoV‐2
  • Successful Treatment Stories of COVID-19 Patients
  • Potential Roles of Medicinal Plants
  • Effect on Economy
  • Old Age and Pandemic 
  • Nature Growth During COVID-19
  • Genetics in COVID-19 Treatment
  • Challenges of Health Care Workers
  • Other Natural calamities during this Pandemic 
  • Goverment Effectiveness tackling other natural calamities during COVID-19 Pandemic
  • Travel during Pandemic 
  • Risk of Memory Loss and Immunity Loss
  • HIV and Human Coronavirus
  • Reopening of Colleges and Industries
  • Long Term effect on Patient's Recovered 
  • COVID-19 and Cancer
  • SARS-CoV-2 Transmission
  • Chinese Anesthesiologists to the COVID-19  
  • Vaccine Development
  • Mathematical Modelling in Transmission 
  • Impacts on Health and Society of SARS 
  • Role of Digital Media in COVID-19 
  • Psychological effects on Patients 
  • Businesses Benefitted by COVID-19
  • Lockdown as a Measure
  • Clinical Trials of Vaccine 
  • Case Study of Homeless People
  • COVID-19 in Animals
  • Online Classes- A Challenge
  • Effect on Daily Life
  • Jobs for the Youth
  • COVID-19 and Working Conditions
  • Hospital Management
  • Work from Home for Youngsters 
  • Mutations in COVID-19
  • Case Study

Accepted Abstracts

Associated Journals

KEY DATES

Registration opens - December 28, 2020

Abstract due date - February 27, 2021

Early Bird closes - March 06, 2021

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