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ABOUT BERLIN & ITS HIGHLIGHTS

Berlin is the capital of Germany. It is the second most populous city and the seventh most populous urban area in the European Union. Berlin is a world city of politics, society, culture, media and science. It is located on the banks of Rivers Spree and Havel in north eastern Germany; it is the centre point of the Berlin-Brandenburg Metropolitan Region. Modern Berlin is a home to world famous colleges, universities, symphonies, historical centres, museums, entertainment venues and also host to numerous sporting events. It serves as a continental hub for air and rail traffic and has an exceptionally complex public transportation network. The metropolis city is a well-known tourist destination. Significant industries includes IT, biomedical engineering, pharmaceuticals, clean tech, biotechnology, construction and electronics. This city is well known for its celebrations, festivals, architecture, nightlife, contemporary arts and a high quality of living. Berlin offers a diverse blend of new and classic architecture, dynamic entertainment, shopping, and a wide variety of games and social organizations.

Berlin has a Maritime temperature climate. Summers are warm and sometimes humid with average temperatures of high range 22–25 °C and lows of 12–14 °C. Winters are cool with normal high temperatures of 3 °C and lows of −2 to 0 °C. Spring and autumn are with chilly to mild climate.

 

Funding towards Nursing

Germany like most countries has been challenged by ever-rising health care costs, which now consume 10.4 percent of the country’s GDP. The statutory (public) health insurance funds, often referred to as the sickness funds, cover about 90 percent of the population. Germany has some 180 statutory health insurance funds, and they account for approximately 70 percent of the health system’s revenue. Germany is in the middle of the pack among developed countries when it comes to healthcare spending per capita, according to a report released by the Commonwealth Fund. Funding sources include Medicaid and Temporary Assistance for Needy Families. From 2000-2011, the share of health workers employees consists of 27.6%, doctors and dentists 25.4%, semi inpatient care 16%, and ambulant long term care 7.1%., there is a percentage increase from 2011-2020 that include doctors 42%, ambulant 44%, semi-inpatient care 28%,and 84% employees. Nurse Family Practitioner Intervention (NFP) has been associated with improvements in maternal health, child health, and economic security. It is supported through a combination of individual and foundation/corporation donors that include the Edna McConnell Clark Foundation, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.

                   Figure 1. Employment status of Nursing from 2000-2020 (%)

 

Funding towards Pharma & Biotech Industries

Germany has become a significant source of innovative drugs developed through biotechnology. Germany is “the pharmacy of the world” and is the third largest pharmaceutical market in the world and the largest market in Europe. In 2007, sales of 26.8 billion euros were generated at wholesale price level, an increase of 5.5 percent in comparison to 2006. Most notable is the expansion of exports in the pharma sector. With export share increasing from 36 percent in 1995 to 57 percent in 2007, Germany is among the strongest exporters of pharmaceuticals in the world. The Industrial Master Plan 2010 – 2020 is more than another rule for reasonable modern arrangement. Most of the pharmaceutical products were sold within the EU (69 percent, FSO), foremost in Belgium (26 percent), the Netherlands (10 percent), and France (5 percent). Outside of the EU, the major importers of pharmaceutical goods, “made in Germany”, were the United States (25 percent) and Switzerland (17 percent). In 2014, the highest number of company founders originated from Berlin, trailed by Hamburg, Bavaria, North Rhine-Westphalia and Baden-Wuerttemberg. Berlin has a tremendous store of area accessible for business improvement – 4,450 hectares. With a gross included estimation of 9.6 billion euros, Berlin businesses contributed around 9% of Berlin's general financial yield.

                Figure 2.  % of Pharmaceutical products sold from 2010-2020

 

Funding towards Vaccines

The country’s development activities focus on maternal, newborn, child health, and value for money, sustainability, health systems strengthening and align very well with the Vaccine Alliance. The Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) made contributions with the sum of EUR 16 million between 2006 and 2010. Immunization programmes have acted as a pathfinder for universal health coverage and the development of stronger health systems. The Global Vaccine Action Plan (GVAP) has set ambitious targets for achieving universal access of vaccines and immunizations. The application of modern biological technologies and advances in our understanding of genomic knowledge has resulted in new concepts like reverse vaccinology, DNA vaccines, recombinant subunit vaccines and non-replicating vectors. ImevaX GmbH a biopharmaceutical company founded in 2014 based in Munich/Germany is a spin-out of Technical University of Munich (TUM) and is sponsored with funds of 35 million euros from the German Ministry of Education and Science (BMBF). This sum has been pledged to Gavi (Global Alliance of Vaccines and Immunizations) a critical contributor towards ensuring these goals for the period 2016 to 2020 that is 500-600 million euros in which another 300 million children in developing countries are to be immunised.

                Figure 3. Germany Contributions with different Ministries

 

Funding towards Neuroscience

Neuroscience research in Germany is primarily conducted at universities but also at non-university research institutions. The DFG (German research foundation) is the largest independent research funding organisation in Germany. It promotes the advancement of science and the humanities by funding research projects, research centres and networks. It funds a multitude of individual projects in the area of neurosciences. An important development for the neurosciences is the establishment of the German Center for Neurodegenerative Diseases (DZNE) in which its goal is to intensify basic and translational research in the field of neurodegeneration. The Max Planck Society consists of more than 80 Max Planck Institutes and supports fundamental research of 4 billion euros as an independent and non-profit association of German research institutes.  The Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers is the largest scientific organisation in the country with budget of more than 3 billion Euros provided by the federal government (90%) and the states (10%) whereas The Leibniz Association has a budget of 1.4 Billion Euro. In the neurosciences, every four years about 40 scientists is democratically elected by called Neuroscience Board representing all fields of the neurosciences, from clinical psychiatry, neurology, and psychology to the computational neurosciences. 

   Figure 4. Fundamental Neuro Research Support Association-Societies

 

Funding towards Cardiology

The bulk of cardiovascular research in Germany occurs in medical school cardiology departments at universities. The German Research Foundation allocates roughly 5% to Cardiovascular Research, where individual grants and collaborative research centre grants 2 different types of proposals it funds that represent the backbone of research funding in Germany. Cardiovascular researchers at universities rely on the German Research Foundation and the Federal Ministry of Education and Research as their main sources of funding. The Helmholtz Society has 2 major institutions the Max Delbrück Centre for Molecular Medicine in Berlin and the GSF–National Research Centre for Environment and Health in Munich in which most famously, the Max Planck Institutes, include an institute for cardiovascular research, then the Leibniz Society. Cardiovascular researchers in Germany regularly participate successfully in funding at the European Union (EU) level. Projects in cardiovascular medicine receive €28 million per year, which equates to roughly 5% of the total for life sciences. The Federal Ministry of Education and Research spends a total of €14 million per year on research networks in cardiovascular medicine. So, in total, Germany spends €150 million of public money each year on cardiovascular research.

                   Figure 5. Cardiovascular Medicine Funding in Germany

 

Funding towards Chemistry

The German Chemical Society is one of the largest scientific societies in the world, with more than 31,000 members. It promotes chemistry in education, research and application and seeks to deepen the understanding and knowledge of the general public and also brings people together working in chemistry and the molecular sciences. With 2010 turnover of EUR 180 billion, the German chemical industry played a leading role in European performance, generating a quarter of total EU-27 sales of EUR 721 billion. Germany is the world‘s fourth largest chemical market, being surpassed only by China (EUR 694 billion), the US (EUR 584 billion), and Japan (EUR 214 billion) in terms of revenues. The KWS (Keiser Wilhelm Society) opened its first institute premises for Chemistry, Physical Chemistry and Electrochemistry in the Berlin. With a share of more than 25% the German chemical industry has consolidated its leading role in Europe during the recent years. Germany is the leading exporter of chemicals and pharmaceuticals in the world. Germany will post solid growth between now and 2030.  The chemical industry utilizing 13% of renewable resources conducts intensive research to obtain chemical building blocks C2 to C4 from outside the petrochemical industry. R&D accounts for 19 percent of total industry expenditure. The expenditure in Germany was EUR 9.4 billion making the sector the second strongest R&D industry after the automotive sector.

          Figure 6. Chemical Industry Market in different Countries

 

Important Tourist Attractions in Berlin | Berlin Conferences

Check point Charlie   
Berlin Zoological Gardens
Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church   
Unter den Linden
The Gendarmenmarkt
Charlottenburg Palace and Park
Museum Island
Brandenburg Gate
Victoria Siegessäule                    
Pariser Platz
Rhine Valley                                  
Bode Museum                            
Spree River
Nymphenburg Porcelain                   
factory Skyline                      
Berlin Cathedral
Reichstag dome                           
The Old Elbe Tunnel                  
Ehrenhof
Hamburger historic hall               
East side gallery                     
Olympiapark-munich
Niederegger's store                   
Warehouses of Speicherstadt           
Museum Kunstpalast

 

Universities in Berlin | Berlin Conferences

Free University
Humboldt University
Berlin Psychological University
Technical University
IB-Hochschule Berlin
Berlin University for Professional Studies
Berlin University of the Arts
Ernst Busch Academy of Dramatic Arts
University of art & design btk
SRH University
Steinbeis University
University Teikyo
European college of liberal arts

Schools/Colleges of Berlin:

Touro College
International Business school
Catholic College
Kunsthochschule Berlin-Weissensee (School of Design)
College of Administration and Judicature
Berlin school of Economics & Law
ESMT(European School of Management and Technology)
Hertie School of Governance

Applied Sciences of Berlin Universities:

Beuth University
BAU International Berlin University
Alice Salomon University
OTA Private University
Quadriga University
HMKW University

 

Associations/Organizations  in Berlin | Berlin Conferences

German Nursing Association

German Association of Towns and Municipalities

WZB Berlin Social Science Centre

German Society of Surgery 

International women’s club

German Association of Research-Based Pharmaceutical Companies

German Medical Association

German Society For Urology

German Society of Residents in Urology

German Diabetes Society

German Association of Endocrine Surgeons

German Society for Endocrinology

German Endocrine Society

German Cardiac Society

College of Pharmacy Alumni Association I Mercer University

International Association for Dental Traumatology

German Association for the Control of Virus Diseases

German Society for Hygiene and Microbiology

German Agricultural Society

Association of the German Farmers Associations

German Society of Gastroenterology, Digestive and Metabolic Diseases

Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology & Nutrition Association

German Society for Digestive and Metabolic Diseases

 

Pharma and Biotech Companies and Industries Berlin | Berlin Conferences

Biotech companies

ProBioGen
Biogenesis
Biotronik
Caprotec bioanalysis
Alrise biosystems
JPT Peptides Technologies(BioNTech)
Glycotope
Biochrom
KNAUER
Metanomics
Mologen
LGC
SIFIN
Seramun Diagnostica
Silence therapeutics
TIB MOLBIOL
Fresenius

Pharma Companies

3B Pharmaceuticals
Noxxon
Epigenomics
Bausch & Lomb GmbH
Berlin Kosmetik
Dow Deutschland
Kade pharmazeutische Fabrik
Schering
Paraxel
Takeda Pharma
Chemie
Pfizer
Riemser
Sanof
Shire
Teva
Aristo

Other Bio and Pharma Companies

Allecra Therapeutics
Berlin-Chemie
Scienion
Aenova
Bavarian Nordic
Bayer
Penumbra
Provitro
Roche
Ibt Bebig
Eternygen
CPL Sachse
Bavaria Nordic
Epigenomics

 

Conferences In Berlin

5th International Conference on Tissue Science and Regenerative Medicine, 12th to 14th September 2016, Berlin, Germany

International Conference on Vitiligo, September 12th to 15th  2016, Berlin, Germany

The 2nd International Congress on Clinical Trials for Medical Devices CTMD 21st to 22nd September 2016, Berlin, Germany 

Conference on Cell & Gene Therapy Europe, September 21st to 22nd  2016 Berlin, Germany 

12th Conference of the European Wildlife Disease Association, August 27th to 31st  2016, Berlin, Germany 

IT-Portfolio Management Conference, August 30th to August 31st, 2016, Berlin, Germany 

Conference on Airline Distribution Technology and Strategy, August 30th to September 1st  2016, Berlin, Germany 

Electronics Goes Green Conference 2016, 6th to 9th September 2016 Berlin, Germany 

Technoarete-International Conference on Environment and Bio Science (ICEBS-16), September 10th-11 2016, Berlin, Germany

PEPC10 — Protein expression, purification, and characterization Conference, September 12 - 20 2016, Hamburg, Germany

Building conference and exhibition, geotechnics, September 14- 17, 2016, Bielefeld, Germany

EMBL–Wellcome Genome Campus Conference: Proteomics, September 14-17 2016, Heidelberg, Germany

Drug Safety Congress Europe, September 14-15 2016, Munich,  Germany

89th Annual Meeting of the North German Dermatological Society, September 16- 18 2016, Hamburg, Germany

DAlzG2016 - 9th Congress of the German Alzheimer Society - Dementia self-help, September 19 - 01 October 2016, Saarbrücken, Germany

Immunotherapy Europe Conference, September 21 - 22 2016, Berlin, Germany

2nd EACR Conference on Goodbye Flat Biology: Models, Mechanisms and Microenvironment, October 2nd to 5th  2016 Berlin, Germany 

Euro Spine Conference, October 5- 7 2016, Berlin, Germany

Biomarker Summit Europe 2016, October 5th to 7th 2016 Berlin, Germany 

4th Annual Medical Devices 3P Forum, October 6th to 7th  2016, Berlin, Germany 

RAMS management in the control and safety technology Conference, Oct 12 -13 2016, Berlin, Germany

Advanced Lightweight Vehicles and Materials Forum, 13th to 14th October 2016 Berlin, Germany

Conference on Training - Basics of control and safety systems (LST) for rail systems  Oct 13 -14 2016, Berlin, Germany 

Conference on Health Authority Interactions HAI training, October 18th to 19th 2016, Berlin, Germany 

Conference on Wind Power Big Data and IoT Forum, October 19th to 20th 2016, Berlin, Germany 

6th European Congress of Virology, Oct 19 - 22 2016, Hamburg, Germany

2016 IMB Conference on Epigenetics in Development, October 20 - 22 2016, Mainz, Germany

SWGIM 2016 - 53rd Congress of the Southwest German Society of Internal Medicine, October 28 - 29 2016, Karlsruhe, Germany

2016 European Pharma Market Research Conference, October 20th to 21st 2016, Berlin, Germany 

The 2016 ICBTS International Conference on Social Sciences and Education Research, October 20th to 22nd 2016, Berlin, Germany 

DKOU 2016 German Congress of Orthopaedics and Traumatology, October 25-28 2016 Berlin, Germany 

DOG 2016 — The Annual German Ophthalmological Society (DOG) conference, September 29 - 02 Oct 2016, Berlin, Germany

ISER 26th International Conference on Heat Transfer and Fluid Flow ICHTFF, October 29-30 2016, Berlin,  Germany

Conference on Bioequivalence, Dissolution & IVIVC, November 14-16 2016 Berlin, Germany 

Conference on Chemicals Sales & Marketing Toolbox, November 22nd to 23rd 2016 Berlin, Germany 

Conference on WOMEN in leadership global summit, November 24-25 2016, Berlin, Germany 

International Conference on Automotive System Safety Europe, November 28 -30 2016, Berlin, Germany

10th Annual European Medical Information and Communications Conference, November 29 -30, 2016, Berlin, Germany

International Conference Advanced Sensor Systems for Automated Drive, November 28-December 1st 2016, Berlin, Germany 

The World Congress on Clinical Trials in Diabetes (WCTD2016), November 30- December 1st 2016, Berlin, Germany 

CTI Symposium on Automotive Transmissions HEV and EV Drives, December 6th to 7th 2016 Berlin, Germany 

7th International Conference Innovative Aircraft Seating 2016, December 6-8 2016, Berlin, Germany

ISER – 88th International Conference on Agricultural and Biological Science ICABS, December 22-23 2016, Berlin,  Germany

IRES110th International Conference on Food and Agricultural Engineering ICFAE, December 23-24 2016, Heidelberg,  Germany

ISER 88th International Conference on Nanoscience, Nanotechnology & Advanced Materials IC2NAM, December 22-23 2016, Berlin,  Germany

IRES 118th International Conferences on Medical and Health Science ICMHS, December 23-24 2016, Heidelberg,  Germany

IRES102nd International Conferences on Metallurgy Technology and Materials ICMTM, December 23-24 2016, Heidelberg,  Germany

11th Power Skin Conference, January 19- 20, 2017, Munich, Germany

International Conference on Energy Economics and Energy Policy (ICEEEP 2017), April 07-09 2017 Berlin, Germany

23rd Annual Meeting on General Dentistry, April 24-26 2017, Frankfurt,  Germany

Printed Electronics Conference Europe 2017, May 10-11 2017, Berlin, Germany

International Social Sciences and Humanities Conference, May 18th to 21st  2017 Berlin, Germany 

ISA 2017 5th International Summer Academy of Practical Dermatology, July 25-29 2017, Munich,  Germany

WATOC 2017 –World Association of Theoretical and Computational Chemists Conference, August 27- September 1st, 2017, Munch, Germany

WPA XVII World Congress of Psychiatry, October 8 - 12 2017, Berlin, Germany

EMBL Conference on Cancer Genomics, November 5 - 8 2017, Heidelberg, Germany

Food Micro Conference, Sep 03 - 06 2018, Berlin, Germany

 

 

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Conference Speakers

Hao Bai

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), Germany

Title:UV-curable printed phosphorus-polymer thin film

Maia Merlani

Tbilisi State Medical University, Georgia

Title:New biopolymer from Comfrey: Chemistry and biological activity

Martin Masuelli

Instituto de Física Aplicada-CONICET y FQByF-UNSL

Title:Rheology of alcayota gum