ขอเรียนเชิญแพทย์และผู้สนใจทุกท่านเข้าฟัง International Scientific Conference by The Hong Kong Society of Gut Microbiome (Spring 2021) ซึ่งเอลลิเม็นทส์คลินิกเป็นหนึ่งในผู้สนับสนุนการจัดงานได้ในวันที่ 17 เมษายน 2021 เวลาประเทศไทย 9.00 – 11.00 น. ตาม Zoom link ด้านล่าง
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BioMed Technology Holdings (Thailand) and Éléments Clinic are partner sponsors of the upcoming international scientific conference on 17/4/2021. This will be an extension of last January’s conference.
One of the Sustainable Development Goals is to ensure good health and promote the well-being of all age groups (SDG-3). In the past year, COVID-19 has imposed huge impact on global human health. There has been a surge in research on probiotics’ ability to effectively manage COVID-19, and the relationship between immunity and gut microbiome has also been raised. Gut microbiome’s role in alleviating sub-clinical health problems has hence also attracted much public attention.
The Hong Kong Society of Gut Microbiome (HKSGM) has conducted a community research in Hong Kong since August 2020, and its full report will be released in the international scientific conference. Executed by a local healthcare research institutions and sponsored by BioMed Technology Holdings Limited, the research has recruited more than 300 participants, making it a sizable research on gut microbiome in Asia. The fecal samples from participants were collected and qPCR gut microbiome DNA test were preformed to explore the gut dysbiosis. The gut microbiome data were analyzed for the correlation with chronic health problems like eczema, constipation and obesity.
As the interim research release has specified in January 2021, gut dysbiosis and sub-clinical health problems are very common. For which, participants from different sub-clinical health groups, such as eczema, chronic constipation, and overweight, lack different kind of probiotics species. The final result of the research reflects that it is effective to improve sub-clinical health problems by firstly detecting which probiotics do individuals lack, than later supplementing corresponding probiotics. In which, symptoms of participants with eczema symptoms have witnessed most obvious improvement. The result and implication of the research will be further discussed in the conference.
In addition, the conference will also invite distinguished speakers to share their expert vision on the relationship between gut microbiome and two common health issues: mental health and childhood eczema. The launch of other gut microbiome research surrounding the above topics will also be announced. It is hoped that the big data obtained can enhance the precision of prevention, diagnosis and therapuetics of different health problems, so as to prepare for challenges of future epidemics and improve overall well-being of human.
Details of the conference are as follow.
Date & Time: 17 April, 2021 10am-12nn (HKT)
Medium: English (Putonghua simultaneous interpretation will be provided)
Mode: Global Broadcast by Zoom and Facebook LIVE
Guest Speakers: MD Steven Loo (Honorary Chairperson of Hong Kong Society of Gut Microbiome), Prof. Tsui Kwok Wing Stephen (Professor and Associate director (research) in the School of Biomedical Sciences, the Chinese University of Hong Kong), MD Ellis Hon
(Professor, Department of Pediatrics, The Chinese University of Hong Kong)