H3C Health Sciences Innovation Conference in India
H3C HEALTH SCIENCES INNOVATION CONFERENCE
Front Page of the Abstract Book
The Ohio State University (OSU) and All India Institute of Medical Sciences (AIIMS) jointly hosted a Health Sciences Innovation conference in Mumbai, India, in the presence of the Union Minister of Health & Family Welfare of India and the Mayor of Mumbai City, as well as the President of the Ohio State University, from the 14th to 17th January, 2015 with focus on the so-called "H3C", representing Health, Care, Commerce and Career. It was a marvelous meeting with Prof. Chandan Sen of OSU serving as the Conference Chair to explore the strategic relationship of government, industry and science for building a healthy society.
The Osato Research Institute has enjoyed a long history of collaborative research relationship with the Ohio State University, and agreed to their request for organizing the keynote lecture of Prof. Montagnier, 2008 Nobel laureate in Medicine.
Prof. Montagnier also co-chaired the FPP session with Mr. Hayashi, President of the Osato Research Institute, in which three presentations were made under the titles of such as "the effect of FPP upon radiation exposure" by Prof. Fibach of Hebrew University, "the effect of FPP in Thalassemia" by Prof. Rachmilewitz of the Wolfson Medical Center, and also "FPP in the stimulation of respiratory burst function of innate immune cells in type 2 diabetes patients" by Dr. Sashwati Roy of the Ohio State University. It is noted that researchers from different fields argued heatedly about the potential of FPP and its effect of mechanism.
Abstract of "The effect of FPP upon radiation exposure" and "The effect of FPP in Thalassemia"
Abstract of "FPP in the stimulation of respiratory burst function of innate immune cells in type 2 diabetes patients"
|Greeting from the Chairman, Chandan K Sen, PhD||Greeting form the OSU president, Michael V. Drake, MD|
Back cover of the Abstract Book
|Prof. Montagnier, 2008 Nobel laureate in Medicine, presented a keynote lecture.||Prof. Montagnier talked on the history of HIV/AIDS and epidemics we are now confronted with, showing some new direction in treatment and the potential of FPP to improve its effect of antiviral drug and immune system for enhancement.|
|Mr. Hayashi, ORI President, shook hands with Shri Jagat Prakash Nadda, the Honorable Union Minister of Health & Family Welfare of India.||Prof. Montagnier (first right) and Mr. Hayashi (first left) as co-Chairmen and Three Presenters of FPP session received memorial plaques from the Conference after its session.|
|Research papers on FPP were provided at the Conference booth.
Papaya is a very familiar fruit in India, so that FPP, prepared from papayas, might attract a lot of participants' attention.
|The Conference was held at the Taj Mahal Hotel, built by the Tata Group, having a more than 100- year-old history.|
|Dr. Drake presented a memorial plaque to the Mayor of Mumbai City.||Dr. Drake presented a memorial plaque to the Conference Chair, Prof. Chandan K. Sen with thanks for his chairmanship.|
|Mr. Hayashi, ORI president, shaking hands with Dr. Drake, president of the Ohio State University||Mr. Hayashi, discussing with Mr. Thomas L. Vajda, US Consul-General in Mumbai (first right) and Prof. Montagnier.|
|Commemorative photos at the Gala dinner on the last day of the Conference.
Their smiling faces would tell you that Conference was a great success.