BIT's 1st World Congress of AD/PD-2019
Highlights of the Conference

● 200+ Attendees Coming from All over the World to Exchange Ideas, Build New Networks, and Foster Friendships
● 100+ Oral Presentations Covering the Hot Topics and Cutting-edge Technology in the Field of AD/PD
● Cutting-edge Keynote Addresses by Prominent Leaders from All over the World
● Disseminate your project, present your activities and meet partners for future collaboration at the AD/PD-2019

About the Conference

AD/PD-2019 is a science and education event which brings together AD/PD Researchers from around the globe gather to exchange ideas and debut cutting-edge research and therapy-oriented technologies in the key areas of clinical, provides participating scientists and clinicians with a unique networking platform. AD/PD-2019 enables presenters and delegates to enjoy the state of the art oral and poster presentations covering the in-depth findings on the mechanism of AD/PD and the extraordinary advances on the treatment AD/PD.


Dr. Zang-Hee Cho received Ph.D. at Uppsala University (Sweden) in 1966 and has been faculty at the University of Stockholm and University of California-Los Angeles. In 1979, Dr. Cho moved to Columbia University as a Professor of Radiology (Physics) and served as a co-Director of Columbia University Imaging Center until 1984 before he joined University of California, Irvine (UCI). Since 1985, Dr. Cho was the Professor of Radiological Science at University of California at Irvine until 2006. From 2006 to 2014, Professor Cho, the University Professor at the Neuroscience Research Institute, Gachon University of Medicine & Science, Incheon, Korea. Dr. Cho moved to Advanced Institutes of Convergence Technology (AICT), Seoul National University, as a Distinguished Research Fellow, since 2015. Professor Cho has been a pioneer in Positron Emission Tomography (PET) and Magnetic Resonance Imaging since the inception of the computerized tomography (CT) in 1972. He was the first one who pioneered world’s first "Ring PET" in 1975 and its nuclear detector "Bismuth Germanate Oxide (BGO)" in 1976, both of which revolutionized modern brain-imaging. More recently, professor Cho pioneered the first PET-MRI (Proteomics 2008) demonstrating that in-vivo submillimeter high resolution molecular imaging is possible. This pioneering work now accepted as an important new approach to the molecular imaging in human brain imaging in-vivo. Among the numerous honors and awards, Professor Cho was elected as a member of the US National Academy of Sciences- Institute of Medicine in 1997.

Dr. George R. Lee received his medical degree from the Medical College of Georgia. He subsequently completed his internship in internal medicine at the University of Alabama, School of Medicine and his neurology residency at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He continued his training at Vanderbilt University as a clinical neurophysiology fellow and served as the chief fellow. He currently holds an appointed position as Assistant Clinical Professor of Neurology with the Department of Neurology at Vanderbilt University Medical Center. He is the president and chairman of the board for Real Time Neuromonitoring Associates, PC and affiliated entities. He also serves as the medical director of the Vanderbilt Neurodiagnostic Technologist Training Program for which he helped found and obtain accreditation. His clinical focus is on providing intraoperative neuromonitoring and neurodiagnostic studies. Dr. Lee maintains licensure in Tennessee and 46 other states plus the District of Columbia. He has served on the Board of Directors of the American Society of Neurophysiological Monitoring (ASNM) and as its president and chairman of the board. He also has served on the board of the Tennessee Medical Association, board of Tennessee Medical Education Fund, Independent Medicine's Political Action Committee of Tennessee (IMPACT), the Tennessee Physician Leadership College Steering Committee, and the national Committee on Accreditation for Education in Neurodiagnostic Technology (CoA-NDT). He frequently presents at national and international conferences on the topics of intraoperative neuromonitoring practices, quality, evidence, medicolegal, and business. He has received leadership awards by the American Medical Association and the American Academy of Neurology and most recently received an outstanding entrepreneur award from Emory University.
Exhibition and Poster

As part of the AD/PD-2019 Congress, an exhibition space will provide a unique opportunity for exhibitors to showcase their products and services to participants with interests in all areas of AD/PD. Developed to offer comfort to delegates while maximizing exhibitor exposure, the coffee breaks and poster sessions will all take place in the exhibition area promoting frequent and repeated opportunities for delegates to visit the exhibits.
Exhibitors' advantages
• The exhibition will be visited by participants of the conference. It means by your authentic target group from China and other countries.
• The exhibitors have the opportunity to present their exhibits more detailed, and have the opportunity for longer discussion with inquiring visitors – in most cases specialists – than during session discussions.

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Introduction of Taiyuan
Taiyuan, as an over 2500 years’ old city, is the capital and largest city of Shanxi province in North China. Its strategic location and rich history make Taiyuan one of the economic, political, military, and cultural centers of Northern China, located in the middle reaches of the Yellow River in North China and surrounded by hills in its west, north and east. Taiyuan benefits from convenient public transport systems as the city is the province's transportation hub. Rich history endowed Taiyuan with an abundance of historical relics, such as Jinci Temple built in North Wei Dynasty which includes Zhou cypresses, Never Aging Spring, and the Lady's-maid Statue of Song Dynasty; Tianlongshan Grottoes, a good place to appreciate the artistic charm of the Chinese grottos; Longshan Grotto, the biggest and best well-preserved
Taoism grotto complex in Yuan Dynasty; the symbols of Taiyuan, Twin Pagoda Temple; Chongshan Temple, which houses a eleven-face Kwan-yin with thousands of hands and eyes, and Shanxi Museum, which exhibits the rare bronze goblets of the Yin Dynasty.
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Hosting Organizations

Shanxi Medical Association

Shanxi Maternal and Child Health Association

Children's Hospital of Shanxi

Operating Organization

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Official Travel Agency

BIT World Travel Service, Inc.

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