Scientific reports of the annual conference "Technology transfer: innovative solutions in medicine" are dedicated to find solutions that can further contribute to the creation of technological developments for integrated treatment strategies. By these strategies we mean activities that span three levels:
- development of information and prognostic indicators for diagnosis,
- development of new or improvement of existing pharmaceutical products,
- optimization of pharmacotherapy together with other treatment tactics.
To implement these measures, the mechanisms of the influence of drugs should be studied and justified as an initial stage in the creation of innovative technological solutions. An important aspect of the implementation of these measures is also the selection and justification of indicators for assessing the effectiveness of individual treatment tactics and the prognostic capabilities of the selected indicators. This is especially true when qualitative diagnostics are performed under conditions of uncertainty.
Scientific reports are published in the materials of the conference “Technology transfer: innovative solutions in medicine” based on the results of blind peer-review. The peculiarity of their presentation is a compact in content form, corresponding to the typical structure of original research.
The main users of the published scientific reports of the conference are not only theorists, but also practitioners, as well as pharmaceutical companies interested in introducing innovative technological developments for subsequent pharmacotherapy.
Such features of the presentation of scientific reports and their publication in the materials of the conference "Technology transfer: innovative solutions in medicine" can be considered an argument in favor of the advisability of their presentation to the world scientific community interested in innovative technological solutions in medicine.
Headlines of the conference:
- medicine and dentistry;
- pharmacology, toxicology and pharmaceutical sciences;
- veterinary science and veterinary medicine.