Theme: Recent Innovations and Current Trends in Cytology and Histology

Cytology 2016

Cytology 2016

Cytology 2016 is a remarkable event which brings together a unique and International mix of leading universities and health care groups making this Cytology conference a perfect platform to share experience, foster collaborations across industry and academia, and evaluate emerging technologies across the globe. The audience of this Cytology conference are expected from wide disciplines, and the conference will be informative and interesting with thought provoking International workshops and symposiums from distinguished professionals in the field. Cytology 2016 is going to be the best among all the Cytology conferences and Histopathology Conferences. Below are the main sessions/tracks of Cytology 2016.

Track1:  Cytology

Cytology is a branch of Science that deals with the structure, functioning and the Chemistry of Cell, a basic unit of the living organism. It is also employed in Cytodiagnosis, disease diagnosis and conditions through the examination of tissue samples from the body. Cytologists examine the slides and cytological examinations may be performed on body fluids such as blood, urine, and cerebrospinal fluid or on material that is aspirated from the body through syringe. Cytology also can involve examinations of preparations that are scraped or washed from specific areas of the body. Cytology 2016 is the best platform to know much about research in cytology.

 Related Conferences: 2nd Molecular Medicine and Diagnostics Conference, September 26-28, 2016, Miami, USA; Molecular Biology Conference, October 13-16, Dubai, UAE; 2nd Synthetic Biology Conference, August 15-17, London, UK; 4th Predictive, Preventive and Personalized Medicine & Molecular Diagnostics, September 19-21,2016,Phoenix,USA; 4th Integrative Biology Conference, July 18-20,2016,San Antonio, USA; 2016 American Society for Cell biology Annual Meeting, San Francisco USA; Cell Culture Engineering XV, La Quinta, California USA; Cellular signalling and cancer therapy, Cavtat Croatia; Gene transcription in yeast: From chromatin to RNA and back, Sant Feliu de Guixols Spain; Chemical Biology 2016, EMBL, Heidelberg Germany

Track 2: Cancer Cytology & Cancer Histology

Cancer is nearly always diagnosed by an expert who has looked at cell or tissue samples under a microscope. In some cases, tests done on the cells’ proteins, DNA, and RNA can help tell doctors if there’s cancer. These test results are very important when choosing the best treatment options.Tests of cells and tissues can find many other kinds of diseases, too. For instance, if doctors are not sure a lump is cancer, they may take out a small piece of it and have it tested for cancer by Cancer Diagnosis and for infections or other problems that can cause growths that may look like cancer.Cancer types can be grouped into histological categories, which include carcinoma, leukemia, lymphoma, myeloma, Sarcoma, mesothelioma.Cancer prevention is possible by the early detection of cancer through  cancer screeningCytology 2016 is the best platform to know much about research in Cancer cytology and Cancer Histology.

Related Conferences: Pancreatic and Colorectal Cancer Conference, March 29-30, Atlanta USA; 2nd Prostate Cancer and Treatment, May 05-07,2016, Chicago USA; 2nd Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy, June 06-07,2016,Dallas USA; Cancer Diagnostics Conference and Expo, June 13-15,2016, Rome Italy; 11th Asia-Pacific Oncologists Annual Meeting, July 11-13,2016, Kualalumpur, Malaysia; CDDF – ITCC – SIOPE 4th Paediatric Oncology Conference, Brussels Belgium; Advances in Cancer Immunotherapy, Nashville USA; 2016 World Cancer Congress, Paris France; Kidney and Bladder Cancers: Biology & Patient Management 2015, Washington DC USA; IMPAKT 2016 Breast Cancer Conference, Brussels Belgium; Cancer Vaccines: Targeting Cancer Genes for Immunotherapy, Whistler Canada.

Track 3: Stem Cell Cytology

Stem cells are characterized by their ability to differentiate and mature into other type of cells with specialized functions, they are identical cells found in the body which have the ability to continuously divide, self-renew themselves and differentiate into various kinds of cells. With the capacity of self-renewal, and differentiation, stem cells have been believed to be useful for treatment of a wide variety of diseases in the future, including stroke, traumatic brain injury, Alzheimer’s disease, Parkinson’s disease, spinal cord injury, baldness, blindness, deafness, wound healing, amyotrophic lateral-sclerosis, myocardial infarction, muscular dystrophy, In general stem cell transplantation of specific stem cells into the injured tissue to replace the lost cells is an adequate way to repair the tissue. In fact, organ transplantation has been successfully practiced in clinics for liver or kidney failure. However, the severe shortage of donor organs has been a major obstacle for the expansion of organ transplantation programs. Toward that direction, generation of transplantable organs using stem cells is a desirable approach for organ replacement and would be of great interest for both basic and clinical scientists. Recently various methods came into existence; single adult tissue stem cells, a blastocyst complementation, tissue decellularization or recellularization and a combination of stem cells and tissue engineering and stem cell transplant is a procedure to replace damaged cells with healthy stem cells of the same person or in another compatible person to restore the normal production of cells. It can either be autologous or allogeneic. Bone marrow HSCs are generally used for the transplantation. Cytology 2016 is the best platform to know much about research in cytology.

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Track 4:  Fine needle aspiration cytology

Fine needle aspiration cytology is the most frequently used technique in cytology and is typically used to sample lumps found on the body. It involves using a thin, hollow needle to remove samples of tissue or fluid from an organ of the body or a lump found under the skin. Once the samples of cells have been removed, they are sent to the laboratory for further testing. Fine needle aspiration is usually done to identify the type of cells inside a lump or to see how well treatment of an existing lump is working. It is commonly used to investigate lumps found in the breast or thyroid gland but it can also be used in other parts of the body. It is a very useful way of detecting cancer.However, it is also used to evaluate: internal organs such as the liver, lung, lymph node, or kidney body fluids such as urine or joint fluid abnormal accumulations of fluid usually found in the chest and abdomen, and sometimes around the heart.Cytology 2016 is the best platform to know much about research in cytology.

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Track 5: Cytogenetics

Cytogenetics refers to the microscopic analysis of chromosomes in individual cells. Cytogenetics can be performed on fresh blood, bone marrow, prenatal specimens, and solid tissue specimens, and on fixed specimens. Changes that affect the number and/or structure of the chromosomes can cause problems with growth, development, and how the body functions. Changes to chromosome structure can disrupt genes, causing the proteins made from disrupted genes to be missing or faulty. Depending on size, location, and timing, structural changes in chromosomes can lead to birth defects, syndromes or even cancer. Alternatively, some chromosomal changes may have no effect on a person’s health.Cytogenetic analyses are commonly performed during pregnancy to determine if a fetus is at risk for common aneuplodies (syndromes caused by having extra or missing chromosomes), syndromes caused by structural abnormalities (like unbalanced translocations or inversions), or to determine if extra or missing genetic material is present through cytogenetic microarray testing. 

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Track 6: Cytology Screening

Cytology screening is the ability to screen a predominantly negative cytology slide and notice occasional abnormalities among many thousands of cells. It is a method in which screening is done for the detection of early disease, through microscopic examination of a cellular specimen by inspecting each cell and structure present, usually at ×100 magnification with a mechanical stage, so that all areas are screened; the findings are evaluated and significant abnormalities are flagged for further evaluation by a cytopathologist. There are several methods in cytological screening: rapid rescreening, rapid pre-screening, automated screening, Cancer Diagnosis,cancer screening, assessing personal and laboratory performance of primary screening.

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Track 7: Clinical Cytology

Clinical Cytology is the diagnosis of disease through the microscopic examination of cells that are collected by various means. In clinical cytology cells are loosened from the tissue mass and transferred to a cytological slide, examined and evaluated. Cytological testing presupposes a high degree of expertise. Clinical Cytology has the advantage that collection of material can be undertaken without serious inconvenience to the patient; time and equipment requirements are modest and, where necessary, repeat testing is nearly always possible. 

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Track 8: Advanced Techniques in Cytology and Histology

New developments in the field of Cytology and Histology have challenged the way cytopathologists and histopathologists approach the diagnosis of a particular disease. The vast majority diseases are diagnosed in advanced clinical stages and are diagniosed by advanced cytological techniques. These include methods used in cell biology to culture, track, phenotype, sort and screen cells in populations or tissues, and molecular methods to understand cellular function. Advanced techniques in cytology and histology include fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH), digital image analysis (DIA), immunohistochemistry, histomorphometry etc. Fluorescence in situ hybridization (FISH) is a technique that uses fluorescently labeled DNA probes to detect chromosomal alterations in cells. Through this advanced method one can detect various types of cytogenetic alterations, chromosomal abnormalities consistent with neoplasia in exfoliative and aspiration cytology specimens. Immunohistochemistry is a method that visualizes distribution and localization of specific antigen or cellular components in separated tissues, or tissue sections. 

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Track 9: Human Histology

Human histology is the scientific study of the fine detail of biological cells and tissues of humans using microscopes to look at specimens of tissues that have been carefully prepared using special processes called "histological techniques". It is often carried out by examining a thin slice called a "section" of tissue under a light microscope or an electron microscope. In order to distinguish different biological structures more easily and accurately histological stains are often used to add colours to or enhance the colours of certain types of biological structures differently from other types of structures that may be located next to and/or in contact with each other. 

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Track 10: Histological Diagnosis

Histological diagnosis can be defined as the microscopic examination of a biopsy or surgical specimen to study the manifestations of disease. In histological diagnosis, the tissue is taken off from the body by surgery, autopsy or biopsy then it is fixed over the glass slide as a method of stabilization and stained with dyes followed by examination under the microscope. The fixation is done to prevent tissue decay. Trained physicians, frequently licensed pathologists, are the personnel who perform histological diagnosis and provide diagnostic information based on their observations. Fixation, processing, and sectioning are the first three steps towards getting a diagnosis.

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Track 11: Disease Histology

Disease histology is the microscopic examination of biological tissues to observe the appearance of diseased cells and tissues in very fine detail. It is the study of microscopic changes or abnormalities in tissues that are caused as a result of diseases. Disease histology involves the examination of a biopsy ie a surgically removed sample taken from a patient for the purpose of detailed study, the removed sample is processed using special histological techniques and carefully prepared histological sections of the specimen have been on the slides and stained using histology stains ready for observation using a microscope.

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Track 12: Histological Staining

Histological Staining is a process where stains are usually selected according to the type of biological tissue to be observed. There are many different histology stains in use. Some histology stains are more widely used than others. Some histology stains are only used to study very specific types of biological tissue.

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 Track 13:Cell Differentiation

Cell differentiation is a continuous process where the less specialized or a primitive sell gets transformed into a more specialized one to carry complex processes of the cell. Differentiation occurs numerous times during the development of a multicellular organism as it changes from a simple zygote to a complex system of tissues and cell types. Differentiation continues in adulthood as adult stem cells divide and create fully differentiated daughter cells during tissue repair and during normal cell turnover.

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 Track 14: Cell Signalling

Cell signaling is detection of the stimulus on the surface of the plasma membrane and transfer of the signal to the cytoplasmic side. Transmission of the signal to effector molecules and down a signaling pathway where every protein typically changes the conformation of the next down the path, most commonly by phosphorylation or dephosphorylation. The final effect is to trigger a cell’s response, such as the activation of gene transcription. Cells communicate by means of extracellular signaling molecules that are produced and released by signaling cells. These molecules recognize and bind to receptors on the surface of target cells where they cause a cellular response by means of a signal transduction pathway. 

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Track 15: Oral Cytology & Histology

Oral Cytology is the cytological technique in which diagnosis of oral surface lesions is done to detect cancer, viral disease, vesiculobullous dermatoses or fungal infection. In oral cytology, sample of superficial cells is used extensively in the diagnosis of less visible and accessible lesions. Oral cytology is used in monitoring patients following treatment for oral cancer and it is also used in monitoring matients following radiation therapy. Cytology 2016 is the best platform to know much about research in oral cytology.

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It is indeed our greatest pleasure to welcome you to the official website of "International Conference and Exhibition on Cytology and Histology" hosted by Conference Series LLC scheduled during August 11-12, 2016 at Birmingham, UK.The theme of the conference is “Recent Innovations and Current Trends in Cytology and Histology”.

Cytology 2016 International conference is an exclusive platform for the cytopathologists, cytotechnologists, professors, researchers, health care groups in all areas of Cytology and Histology allowing for the dissemination of original research results, new ideas experiencing knowledge and the recent innovations in the field of Cytology and Histology. Cytology 2016 is going to be the best among all the Cytology conferencesHistology Conferences and Histopathology Conferences. Cytology 2016 focusses on the recent innovations in areas of medical cytology, clinical cytology, stem cell cytology, cancer cytology, human histology and cancer histology. Cytology 2016 has sessions that makes itself unique among the Cytology conferences and Histology Conferences and Histopathology Conferences around the globe.

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Importance & Scope:

Cytology 2016 aims to bring together leading academic scientists, researchers, business delegates, talented student communities and research scholars to exchange and share their experiences and research results about all aspects of   Cytology & Histology. It also provides the chance for the attendees to present and discuss the most recent innovations, trends, and concerns, practical challenges encountered and the solutions adopted in the fields of Cytology & Histology. Cytology 2016 is an international platform for presenting research about Cytology & Histology, exchanging ideas about it and thus, contributes to the dissemination of knowledge in those fields.

Why Birmingham?

Birmingham in the West Midlands is Britain's second largest city known in the Victorian era, as the "City of a 1000 Trades" and the "Workshop of the World", Brum as locals call the city, is enjoying 21st century resurgence as a great shopping and cultural destination. Birmingham is a city and metropolitan borough in the West Midlands of England, United Kingdom. It is the most populous British city outside London. Birmingham is a leading European business destination ranked highly by Mercer for its quality of life. Connected to millions through national, European and global links, it acts a vibrant, diverse and a catalyst for growth.  Greater Birmingham is a global Centre of academic research excellence with leading universities, colleges and science parks providing valuable expertise and technology transfer opportunities. Birmingham and the region provide broad and deep education and training opportunities. 

Conference Series LLC is delighted to invite all the participants across the globe to the prestigious event, "International Conference and Exhibition on Cytology & Histology" which is going to be held during August 11-12, 2016 at Birmingham, UK. The special interest and theme of this conference is: Recent Innovations and Current Trends in Cytology and Histology. Cytology 2016 gathers renowned scientists, cytopathologists, cytotechnologists, professors, researchers, and talented student communities in the fields of Cytology & Histology under a single roof where networking and global partnering happens for the acceleration of future research.Cytology 2016 is going to be the best among all the Cytology  conferences, Histology Conferences and Histopathology Conferences around the world.

Cytology 2016 focuses on the recent innovations in areas of Fine needle aspirational cytology, clinical cytology, stem cell cytology, cancer cytology, human histology and cancer histology

For more details please visit: http://cytology-histology.conferenceseries.com/

No of Cytopathologists & Histopathologists:

Brmingham: 840

UK: 17,825

World: 2,45698

 

Major Hospitals in Birmingham:

·         Brookwood Medical Center

·         HealthSouth Lakeshore Rehabilitaion Hospital

·         Hill Crest Behavioral Health Services

·         Noland Hospital Birmingham

·         Princeton Baptist Medical Center

·         Select Specialty Hospital-Birmingham

·         St. Vincent's Birmingham

·         St. Vincent's East

·         Trinity Medical Center

Major Hospitals in UK:

·         Royal Free Hospital

·         Barnet & Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust

·         Hammersmith Hospital

·         Hillingdon Hospital

·         Kings College Hospital

·         Lewisham Healthcare NHS Trust

·         Northwick Park Hospital

·         Queen Mary's Hospital

·         Royal London Hospital (Barts Health NHS Trust)

·         Ealing Hospital

·         Harold Wood Hospital

·         King George Hospital

·         Kingston Hospital

·         North Middlesex University Hospital

·         Princess Royal University Hospital

·         Royal Free Hospital

·         Royal Marsden Hospital

·         St Helier Hospital

·         St Thomas' Hospital

·         Whittington Hospital

·         Chesterfield & North Derbyshire Royal Hospital

·         Kettering General Hospital NHS Trust

·         Lincoln County Hospital: Part of the Pathlinks Cytology Service

·         Nottingham City Hospital

·         Pilgrim Hospital: Part of the Pathlinks Cytology Service

Major Hospitals around the Globe:

·         ITT Technical Institute

·         Baker College Online

·         Bio-Rad Laboratories Inc

·         Pacific BioLabs

·         Grand Canyon University Hospitals

·         Johns Hopkins University Hospitals

·         Brandman University Hospitals

·         American InterContinental University Hospitals

·         Saint Joseph's University Hospitals

·         Colorado Technical University Hospitals

 

Major Universities in Birmingham:

·         Andrew Jackson University   

·         Samford University   

·         University of Alabama - Birmingham

·         University of Phoenix - Birmingham 

·         Birmingham - Southern College        

·         Brown Mackie College - Birmingham           

·         Herzing College - Birmingham          

·         Jefferson State Community College  

·         Lawson State Community College    

·         Southeastern Bible College    

·         Southeastern School of Cosmetology

·         Virginia College - Birmingham

Major Universities  in UK

·         East Pennine Cytology Training Centre

·         University of Manchester

·         Manchester Metropolitan University

·         Birmingham Cytology Training Centre

·         East of England Cytology Training Centre

·         East Pennine Cytology Training Centre

·         London Regional Cytology Training Centre

·         Northwest Cytology Training Centre

·         Scottish Cytology Training School

·         South East (East) Regional Cytology Training Centre

·         SW Regional Cytology Training Centre

·         Welsh Cytology Training School

Major Universities around the Globe:

·         Colorado Technical University

·         Capella University

·         American InterContinental University

·         Johns Hopkins University

·         Grand Canyon University

·         Harvard University

·         Duke University

·         University of Miami

·         University of Arizona

 

Major Associations in Birmingham:

·         Pathology Associates-Alabama

·         Skin Pathology Associates

·         Paediatric Pathology Society

·         Association for Pathology Informatics

Major  Associations in UK

·         British Association for Cytopathology

·         Convenor of Representatives

·         Cytology Society of The North Of England & North Wales

·         Cytology Society of The South West And South Wales

·         Irish Society for Clinical Cytology

·         Midland Cytology Society

·         North East Metropolitan & East Anglian Cytology Society

·         North Eastern Cytology Society

·         Scottish Association for Clinical Cytology

·         South East Regional Society for Clinical Cytology

·         Southern Cytology Society

·         Thames Valley Cytology Society

Major Associations around the Globe:

·         ACTA Cytologica

·         American Society of Cytopathology

·         Australian Society of Cytology

·         British Society for colposcopy and Cervical Pathology

·         Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science

·         Committee on Quality Assurance Training and Education (QUATE)

·         CytoJournal - An online journal published by BioMed Central

·         Cytopathnet SM

·         International Academy of Cytology

·         The American Society for Cytotechnology

·         UK Endocrine Pathology Society

·         UK National Screening Committee

·         The European Federation of Cytology Societies

·         Australian Society of Cytology

·         Austrian Society for Applied Cytology

·         British Association for Cytopathology

·         Canadian Society of Cytology

·         Colombian Association of Cytology

·         Croatian Society for Clinical Cytology

·         Czech Society for Clinical Cytology

·         Danish Society of Pathological Anatomy and Cytology

·         French Society of Clinical Cytology

·         German Society for Cytology (DGZ)

·         Iranian Society of Clinical Cytology

·         Israel Society of Cytology

·         Italian Society of Cytology (SICi)

·         Society for Hematopathology

·         European Society for Analytical Cellular Pathology

·         European Ophthalmic Pathology Society

·         Association for Molecular Pathology

·         American Society of Clinical Pathologists

·         World Association of Societies of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine\

·         Japanese Society of Clinical Cytology

·         New Zealand Society of Cytology

·         Portuguese Society of Cytology

·         Romanian Society of Cytology

·         Russian Association of Clinical Cytology

·         Spanish Society of Cytology

·         Swiss Society for Cytology

·         Taiwan Society of Clinical Cytology

 

 Top Companies in Birmingham:

·         Dermlab

·         Boris Datnow

·         Noorwood Pathology Lab

·         DiscoveRx

·         Parexel

·         The Binding Site        

·         Centrix Pharmaceutical

·         Glaxosmithkline

·         Vistapharm Inc

·         Cebert Pharmaceuticals Inc

 Top Companies in UK

·         Affymetrix, Inc.

·         Angle plc

·         Agilent Technologies Inc.

·         LGC Genomics

·         Independent Histopathology Services Ltd

·         The Doctors Laboratory

·         Biolab Medical Unit

·         The Path Lab

·         MRC Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology

·         H C A Laboratories

·         Cytopath

·         IHS Global Ltd

·         MRC Laboratory for Molecular Cell Biology

·         Bostwick Laboratories

Top Companies Around the Globe:

·         20/20 GeneSystems, Inc.

·         3DHISTECH Ltd

·         Abbott Laboratories

·         Abcam plc

·         AB SCIEX

·         Adaptive Biotechnologies Corporation

·         AdnaGen GmbH (An Alere Company)

·         Advanced Cell Diagnostics

·         Apollo PACS, Inc.

·         Applied Cytometry

·         Beckman Coulter, Inc. (Subsidiary of Danaher Corporation)

·         Becton Dickinson and Co. (BD)

·         Biocare Medical, LLC

·         Bruker Corporation

·         Cancer Genetics, Inc.

·         CellTraffix, Inc.

·         Cellular Dynamics International

·         Celula, Inc.

·         Cernostics

·         Cirdan Imaging Ltd

·         Cisbio Bioassays

·         Clarient Diagnostic Services (A GE Healthcare Company)

·         Clearbridge BioMedics

·         Dako A/S (An Agilent Technologies Company)

·         Danaher Corporation

·         Definiens AG

·         DiaCarta Inc.

·         DiaTech Oncology

·         DiscoveRx Corporation

·         Elitech Group

·         EMD Millipore (Merck Millipore)

·         Enzo Biochem, Inc.

·         Epic Sciences, Inc.

·         HistoGeneX

·         Hologic, Inc.

·         HORIBA Medical

·         HTG Molecular Diagnostics

·         Huron Technologies International Inc.

·         Icellate AB

·         Janssen Diagnostics

·         Leica Biosystems Inc. (Part of Danaher Corporation)

·         Leica Microsystems (A Danaher Company)

·         LeucoDx Inc.

·         Life Technologies Corporation (Acquired by Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc.)

·         MDxHealth SA

·         Nikon Corporation/Nikon Instruments Inc.

·         Nodality, Inc.

·         Norchip AS

·         Olympus Group

·         Oxford Gene Technology

·         Panagene Inc.

·         PerkinElmer, Inc.

·         Protea Biosciences Group, Inc.

·         Qiagen N.V.

·         QuanDx

·         QuantuMDx Group

·         Rarecells SAS

·         Sigma-Aldrich Corporation

·         Silicon Biosystems

·         Inc. (Member of the Roche Group)

·         Veracyte, Inc.

·         Vitatex Inc.

·         WaveSense, Inc

Global Market Analysis :

Based on geography, the global cell analysis market is segmented into North America, Europe, Asia, and the Rest of the World .North America accounted for the largest share of the market in 2013.

Enhanced accuracy of cell imaging and analysis systems helps in reducing the time and costs involved in the drug discovery process. This is a major factor driving the growth of the cell analysis market. In addition to it the market is witnessing significant technological innovations and continuous improvements in cell analysis instruments and consumables for applications such as cell identification, cell proliferation, and target toxicity studies. This is another factor propelling the growth of this market. Corporate and government support for the growth of innovative technologies and rising demand for outsourcing of drug discovery services. Based on cell analysis products, the consumables market commanded the largest share of ~65.5% in 2013. However, the cell analysis instruments market is poised to grow at the highest CAGR from 2013 to 2018. UK regulators have already rejected cancer treatments because they failed rules that no drug should cost more than £30,000 per extra year of a patient's life.

Geographically, North America holds a leading position in the histology and cytology market followed by the European market. The factor responsible for the growth of histology and cytology market is increasing cancer incidence rates in these regions. Asia-Pacific is growing at a very rapid pace and is considered to be as one of the most developing regions across geographies.

The histology and cytology market will benefit the Asia-Pacific region to a great extent. The prime factors driving the growth of this market are huge population density in countries like India and China which make them vulnerable to various infectious diseases, efficient testing of samples can result in cost saving and faster outcomes to patients and increasing awareness of individuals about their health. The diagnosis will help the patients to detect the type of cancer, the cell of origin and their extent of spread which will in turn drive the market growth.

Market Growth:

The global cell analysis market was valued at an estimated $16.7 billion in 2013 and is expected to reach $23.0 billion by 2018, growing at a CAGR of 6.6% from 2013 to 2018.The market for the treatment in the US, Europe and Japan is expected to be worth nearly $9 billion by 2022 against $1.1 billion in 2012.

 

Funds Allotment to Cytology & Histology:

NCI: $164,034 millions

NIH: $13, 546 millions

 

 

 

 

Cytopathology-2015

 

International Conference on Cytopathology (Cytopathology 2015) was held during August 31-September 02, 2015 at Toronto Airport Marriott Hotel, Canada. The conference was marked with the attendance of Editorial Board Members of supported OMICS Group Journals, Scientists, young and brilliant researchers, business delegates and talented student communities representing more than 30 countries, who made this conference fruitful and productive.

This conference was based on the theme “Transforming the Future of Cytopathology” which included the following scientific tracks: 

·         Cancer Cytopathology

·         General Cytopathology

·         Molecular Cytopathology

·         Veterinary Cytopathology

·         Cytopathology In Laboratory Medicine Technology

·         Infection Control Cytopathology

·         Advanced Cytopathology

·         Drug discovery in Cytopathology

·         Plant Cytopathology

Cytopathology 2015 is moderated by Dr. Qing Kay Li from The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA.

We are thankful to our below Honorable guests and Keynote Speakers for their generous support and suggestions.

Sin Hang Lee– Milford Molecular Diagnostics, USA

Yao-Shan Fan - University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, USA

Sahar Samaha- Miraca Life Sciences, USA

Qing Kay Li- The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA

Ahmed El-Habashi - Cairo University, Egypt

The conference proceedings were carried out through various Scientific-sessions and plenary lectures, of which the following topics were highlighted as Keynote-presentations:

  • Turn Cytopathology’s Crisis into Opportunity: Sin Hang Lee, Milford Molecular Diagnostics, USA.
  • The 2013 ASCO/CAP recommendations on HER2 testing in breast cancer have increased equivocal HER2 FISH results and the use of anti-HER2 therapies: Yao-Shan Fan, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, USA
  • Value of Cytopathology in the diagnosis of respiratory diseases: Qing Kay Li, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA  
  • Anal Intraepithelial Neoplasia- Sahar Samaha, Miraca Life Sciences, USA
  • Principles of Cytology: Cytology is Different: Ahmed El-Habashi, Cairo University, Egypt

Various sessions were chaired and co-chaired by: Sin Hang Lee, Milford Molecular Diagnostics, USA, Sahar Samaha, Miraca Life Sciences, USA, Yao-Shan Fan, University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, USA, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, USA.

Workshop at Cytopathology 2015

  • Combine Pap smear and HPV genotyping by DNA sequencing in cytopathology practice for optimum patient care by Sin Hang Lee, Milford Molecular Diagnostics, USA
  • Thyroid lesions fine needle aspiration Cytology: Comprehensive cytomorphology and update reporting by Ahmed El-Habashi, Cairo University, Egypt

OMICS Group has taken the privilege of felicitating Cytopathology 2015 Organizing Committee, Editorial Board Members and Keynote Speakers who supported for the success of this event.

The esteemed guests, Keynote speakers, well-known researchers and delegates shared their innovative research and vast experience through their fabulous presentations at the podium of grand Cytopathology-2015. We are glad to inform that all accepted abstracts for the conference have been published in OMICS Group Journal of Cytopathology as a special issue.

 

 

 


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Key Topics

  • Anal Cytology
  • Bladder Cancer Cytology
  • Brush Cytology
  • Cervical Cytology
  • Cytology Casereports
  • Cytology HPV
  • Cytology of Soft Tissue Tumours
  • Endometrial cancer Cytology
  • Flow Cytometry
  • Gastric cancer Cytology
  • Impression Cytology
  • Mesothelial Cytology
  • Pancreas Cytology
  • Peritoneal Cytology
  • Phase Contrast Cytology
  • Thyroid Cytology
  • Atherosclerosis Histology
  • Bone Histology
  • Brain Histology
  • Cancer Histology
  • Carcinoma Histology
  • Celiac Histology
  • Colen Histology
  • Cornea Histology
  • Dental Histology
  • Diabetes Histology
  • Disease Histology
  • Embryology Histology
  • Eye Histology
  • Histological
  • Histology and Histopathology
  • Histology and Pathology
  • Histology COPD
  • Histology Correlation
  • Kidney Histology
  • Liver Histology
  • Lung Histology
  • Muscle Histology
  • Rat Histology
  • Skin Histology
  • Tissue Histology

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