Elsevier announced today, that Biomaterials, the leading journal in the field of biomaterials science, will host Biomaterials Asia 2009 in Hong Kong from April 5-8 to highlight the latest Asian research developments, institutions, and individuals in biomaterials science.
Under the chairmanship of Professor David Williams, Editor-in-Chief of Biomaterials, the conference program will focus on the interface between advanced materials science and biological science, bringing the latest expertise in advanced medical engineering, clinical sciences and regenerative medicine under one roof.
This event, with keynote speakers drawn from the world’s best scientists, will provide an unparalleled opportunity for researchers, technologists and clinicians in the fields of bioengineering, medical device technology, pharmaceutical science, tissue engineering and biomaterials science to explore and debate the latest scientific developments, translational science and commercial applications. Conference sessions will be modeled after the scientific sections defined by Biomaterials, the world’s foremost journal in the field with an Impact Factor of 6.262.
“Biomaterials science is concerned with the reconstruction of the human body through the use of implantable medical devices and the technologies of regenerative medicine,” remarked Professor Williams, conference Chair and Editor-in-Chief of Biomaterials, “Biomaterials Asia 2009 will enable some of the best laboratories and hospitals across Asia to showcase many of the topical technologies that are responsible for significant advances in health care, including stem cell science, nanomedicine and tissue engineering.”
“Research laboratories and hospitals across Asia are making such a tremendous contribution to the latest developments in biomaterials, that we are delighted to set a precedent with this unique forum,” added YS Chi, Vice Chairman at Elsevier, who will officially open the conference on April 5th, “Biomaterials Asia enables us to honor world class scientists and clinicians across Asia who are making critical contributions to global health care.”