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Scientific Program IBS (fwd)

Kosta Y. Mumcuoglu kostam at cc.huji.ac.il
Thu May 7 00:57:33 EST 1998


Dear Colleagues,
	Attached please find the latest draft of the scientific program of
the Third International Conference on Biotherapy.
	Those interested in participating are requested to send the notice
of intent which you can find in our WEB page (address below).
	Please share this information wity any physician and scientist who
might be interested in this Conference.


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Dr. Kosta Y. Mumcuoglu

Department of Parasitology
Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School
P.O.Box 12272
91120 Jerusalem, Israel

Tel.: 972 2 6758093
Fax.: 972 2 6757425

Internet home page:http://www.md.huji.ac.il/depts/parasitology/p-3-7.html
Biotherapy Conference: http://www.md.huji.ac.il/conf/biotherapy.html

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Date: Wed, 6 May 1998 09:36:41 +0300 (IDT)
From: "Kosta Y. Mumcuoglu" <kostam at cc.huji.ac.il>
To: Kosta Mumcuoglu <kostam at cc.huji.ac.il>
Subject: Scientific Program IBS




		THIRD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON BIOTHERAPY
                                
	               MA'ALE HACHAMISHA CONGRESS CENTER
        	           JERUSALEM, MAY 24-27, 1998
	
        	               SCIENTIFIC PROGRAM

Sunday, May 24, 1998
- 14.00-19.00       Registration
- 19.00-21.00       Get-together party

Monday, May 25, 1998
- 08.00-14.00       RegistratioN
- 09.00-09.30       Opening session, welcome and overview
               K.Y. Mumcuoglu, Chairman of the Conference
               G. Glazer, Dean of the Medical Faculty, Hebrew University
               R. Galun, Department of Parasitology, Hadassah Medical School
- 09.30-12.30  Session: Maggot therapy (Part I)
               Chairperson: Church, J. (UK) & Sherman, R.A. (USA)
- 09.30-10.30  Key-note lectures
               Sherman, R.A.  (USA). Maggot therapy --- Yesterday, today, and
               tomorrow
               Church, J.  (UK). Biotherapy: The way forward
- 10.30-10.45       Coffee-break
- 10.45-12.30       Lectures: Maggot therapy
- 10.45-11.00       Doe, P.T.,  Hofman, D., Church, J.,  Cherry, G.W.  & Ryan,
		    T.J. (UK). Larvae and their use in chronic wounds - 
		    Experience in Oxford. A retrospective study of 33
		    patients
- 11.00-11.15       Andrews, A.M., Wilson, M.  & Thomas, S. (UK). A review 
		    of some practical issues and problems associated with
		    larval therapy.
- 11.15-11.30       Mumcuoglu, K.Y. (Israel). Maggot therapy: The Israeli 
	 	    experience
- 11.30-11.45       Courtenay, M. (UK). Present day experiences of larva 
		    therapy in the UK
- 11.45-12.00       Sherman, R.A. & Selsted, M.E. (USA). Antimicrobial activity
		    of medicinal maggots
- 12.00-12.15       Lappin-Scott, H.M.  (UK). Bacterial-maggot interactions 
		    in wound therapy
- 12.15-12.30       Senior, B.W., Graham, K. & Stevenson, J.H. (UK). An 
		    investigation
                    into the antibacterial properties of maggots in the 
		    healing of chronic necrotic ulcers
- 12.30-13.30       Lunch
                    IBS Executive Meeting
- 13.30-14.15       Session: Maggot therapy (Part II)
                    Chairperson: H. M. Lappin-Scott (UK) & Raz, I.(Israel)
- 13.30-13.45       Friedman, E., Shaharabany, M., Ravin, S., Golomb, E., 
		    Gollop, N.,
                    Ioffe-Uspensky, I., Miller, J. Galun, R. & Mumcuoglu, K.Y.
                    (Israel). Partially   purified antibacterial agent from 
		    maggots displays a
                    wide range of antimicrobial activity
- 13.45-14.00       Ben-Bassat, H., Chaouat, M., Wexler, M.R. & Eldad, A. 
		    (Israel).
                    Human cultured epithelia and reconstituted skin for the 
		    treatment of
                    burns
- 14.00-14.15       Danon, D., Madjar, J., Edinov, E., Knyshynski, A., Brill, 
		    S.,
                    Diamantshtein, L. & Shinar, E.  (Israel). Treatment of 
		    human ulcers
                    by application of macrophages prepared from a blood unit
- 14.15-15.45       Session: Bee venom therapy
                    Chairman: A. Mizrahi (Israel)
- 14.15-15.15       Key-note lectures: Bee venom therapy
- 14.15-15.00       Cherbuliez, T.  (USA).  Apitherapy: Safety,
		    efficacy and protocols
- 15.00-15.45       Kim, C. M.-H. (USA). Apitox (bee venom) therapy
- 15.45-16.00       Lectures: Bee venom therapy
- 15.45-16.00       Gribkov, A.A. (Russia).  The apis-therapy of
      		    apoplectic stroke
- 15.45-16.15       Coffee-break
- 16.15-16.30       IBS Annual General Meeting
- 16.15-17.00       Poster Presentations: Maggot therapy and bee venom therapy
               Andrews, A.M.,  Jones, M.  & Thomas, S. (UK). Larval therapy in
               the United Kingdom
               Andrews, A.M., Thomas, S., Hay, P.  & Bourgeois, S. (UK).   
               Antimicrobial activity of secretions produced by the
	       sterile larvae of Lucilia sericata
               Jones, M., Andrews, A.M. & Thomas, S. (UK). The use of larvae in
               intractable leg ulceration
               Jones, M., Andrews, A.M.  & Thomas, S. (UK). The use of larvae as
               an alternative to amputation
               Loumrhari, M.R. (Morocco). Therapeutic effect of honey according
               to the three monotheistic religions

Tuesday, May 25, 1998
- 08.00-14.00       Registration
- 09.00-09.15       Welcome and introduction (Leech therapy):  Rigbi, M. 
		    (Israel)
- 09.15-12.30       Session: Leech therapy (Part I)
                   Chairperson: Baskova, I. (Russia) & Eldor, A. (Israel)
- 09.15-11.15       Key-note lectures: Leech therapy
               Gilyova, O.S. (Russia). The achievements of Russian 
	       medicine in systemic hirudotherapy.
               Rigbi, M. (Israel). The antihemostatic armamentarium of leech 
	       saliva  and its therapeutic potential
               Baskova, I. (Russia). Regulation of some pathophysiological 
	       states by
               Piyavit, the  oral medicine from Hirudo medicinalis
               Xingchang Ou (China). Medical research on Whitmania pigra
- 11.15-11.45       Coffee-break
- 11.45-12.30       Lectures: Leech therapy 
- 11.45-12.00       Savinov, V. & Chaban, T.N.  (Russia). The role of 
		    hirudotherapy in
                    clinical medicine   
- 12.00-12.15       Eldor, A.  (Israel). The clinical use of leeches for organ
                    revascularization and post- phlebitic syndrome
- 12.15-12.30       Gilyova, O.S.  & Antipina, N. Kislyih, F., Kardyinova, T. &
                    Onosova, I.  (Russia). A stomatological approach to leech 
		    therapy
- 12.30-13.30       Lunch
- 13.30-15.30       Session; Leech therapy (Part II)
                    Chairperson: Seleznev, K.G. (Russia) & Levanon, A.(Israel)
- 13.30-13.45       Sidorov, V. & Gilyova, O.S., Korobeinikova, G., Guseva, 
		    T. & Koriykina, N. (Russia). Studies on leech therapy
		    in the health resort
                    conditions of Ust-Katchka
- 13.45-14.00       Levanon, A., Werber, M.M., Belkind, A., Zeelon, E., 
		    Greenstein,
                    L.A., Haim, B.,  Fischer, M., Rigbi, M., Nimrod, A., 
		    Parizada, B.,
                    Gorecki, M. & Panet, A.  (Israel). Leech-derived 
		    Xa-inhibitor: Animal
                    models and clinical applications
- 14.00-14.15       Bakalova, T. (Russia). Hirudotherapy of chronic 
		    radiculalgia in
                    ambulatory patients
- 14.15-14.30       Nikonov, G.I. & Seleznev, K.G. (Russia and Ukraine). 
		    "Girudo"
                    ointment - A new remedy with anti-inflammatory and 
		    thrombolytic action 
- 14.30-14.45       Seleznev, K.G. & Nikonov, G.I. (Ukraine and Russia). 
		    Girudon -
                    The remedy of atherosclerosis and thrombosis
- 14.45-15.00       Zhivoglyad, R.N. & Nikonov, G.I. (Russia). Hirudotherapy 
		    of uterine
                    lesions
- 15.00-15.15       Rigbi, R., Orevi, M., Eldor, A. et al. (Israel). The 
		    enigma of
                    prolonged bleeding from the host after the leech has fed
- 15.15-15.30       Nikonov, G.I., Seleznev, K.G.,  & Titova, E.A. (Russia, 
		    Ukraine &
                    France).  The use of      leeches and leech bioactive 
		    substances as the
                    main components in cosmetic creams and anti-stress 
		    preparations
- 15.30-16.00       Coffee-break
- 16.00-16.15       Seleznev, K.G. (Ukraine & Russia). The use of leeches 
		    and leech
                    bioactive substances produced by leeches for stimulation of
                    microcirculation in plastic surgery
- 16.15-16.30       Seselkina, T., Belitskaya, R.A., Vasilenko, G.F., 
		    Hyretdinova, N.B.
                    & Kukes, V.G. (Russia). Hirudoreflexotherapy of acute 
		    apoplectic attack
- 16.30-16.45       Baranova, F.S., Baskova, I.P. & Kalashnikova, E.A.  
		    (Russia). A
                    novel drug from the medicinal leech possesses
		    immunosuppresive
                    activity
- 16.45-17.00       Bondarevsky, Y.  (Russia). The role of the medicinal 
		    leech in complex
                    treatment of some infectious diseases
- 17.00-18.00       Discussion panel: Leech-derived drugs versus leech therapy.
                    Moderators:  M. Rigbi (Chairman), I. Baskova, O. Gilyova,
		    A. Eldor,
                    A. Levanon & K.G. Seleznev
- 18.00-19.00       Poster session (Leech therapy)
                    Isakhanyan, G.S. (Armenia). New opportunities for 
		    clinical application of hirudotherapy
               Ermakov, S. (Russia). Artificial feeding of medicinal leeches
               Utevsky, S.Y., Utevskaya, O.M. & Utevsky, A.Y. (Russia).
	       Leeches of two forms, Hirudo medicinalis f. officinalis and
	        Hirudo medicinalis
               f. serpentina can interbreed
               Utevskaya, O.M. & Utevsky, A.Y. (Russia). Analysis of the
               reproductive ability of  the medicinal leech, Hirudo 
	       medicinalis, bred
               under laboratory conditions
- 20.00-23.00       Gala evening

Wednesday, May 27, 1998
- 09.00-13.00       Jerusalem Tour
- 13.00-14.00       Lunch
- 14.00-16.00       Visit to Dr. Mumcuoglu's laboratory (Maggot therapy)


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Dr. Kosta Y. Mumcuoglu

Department of Parasitology
Hebrew University-Hadassah Medical School
P.O.Box 12272
91120 Jerusalem, Israel

Tel.: 972 2 6758093
Fax.: 972 2 6757425

Internet home page:http://www.md.huji.ac.il/depts/parasitology/p-3-7.html
Biotherapy Conference: http://www.md.huji.ac.il/conf/biotherapy.html





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