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Hamburg,is the second largest city in Germany is situated on the Jutland Peninsula between Scandinavia and continental Europe. It is native to one of the biggest harbours in Europe. Hamburg is mainly surrounded by two rivers namely Binnenalster (Inner Alster Lake) and Außenalster (Outer Alster Lake).It has a population of 1.734 million (2013). This affluent city is a leader in media and transportation. In 1189 the city was declared an Imperial Free City. The city beame a member in  the Hanseatic League in 1321, and over time became an important trading hub due to its port and harbor. Today it is one of the busiest ports in Europeand also globally recognised port, and many cruises include Hamburg on their itineraries. Hamburg's summers are pleasantly warm rather than hot with an average of 22°C. The city's northerly location accounts for its cool climate during winter.

Market Analysis & Funding  for Nursing |  Immunology | Neuroscience | Vaccines | Cancer | Engineering | Cardiology in Hamburg,Germany


In the global scenario,research on health sciences is increasing at a faster rate,and mainly in nursing sector.Nursing research on health systems and outcomes seeks to identify methods by which the health organizations can deliver treatment effectively. Nursing research worldwide is pacing up gradually and can be seen in the graphical representation below.

                       Figure 1: Funding in health care


The Institute of Neuroimmunology and Multiple Sclerosis (INIMS) at the University Medical Centre Hamburg-Eppendorf   conducts exclusive research on immunology. It receive funding from different industry partners as shown in the below graph,funding is mainly from top industry partners working on imnnuological therapeutics.

                                Figure 2: Funding by industries


Research in neurosciences and related fields is fast growing worldwide. Hamburg has many institutes such as Institute of Systems Neuroscience, Center for molecular Neurobiology which conducts research in molecular neurosciences, neurodegenerative diseases. Harvard University tops the chart in neuroscience research worldwide.

                        Figure 3: Research in Neuroscience


Globally, the number of countries using new vaccines is increasing and vaccines such as rotavirus are used in  81 countries and the percentage is  increasing significantly and pneumococcal conjugate vaccine (128 countries) use has increased, but global coverage remains low at 23% and 32%.

              Figure 4: EC funded projects in vaccinology


Worldwide expenditure on cancer  drugs which also includes therapeutic treatmentslike chemotherapy,immunotherapy and supportive care has increased 10.3% in 2014 and reached $100 billion, up from $75 billion in 2009. Future spending on oncology medicines through 2018 is expected to rise in the 6-8% range annually.The current market trends in cancer research and funding is increasing exponentially as seen in the graphical representation.

                  Figure 5: Drug Spending on Oncology


Hamburg is famous for its harbour, trade, logistic, aviation engineering, mass media and novel industries, information technology. About 12% of Hamburg's total employment is related to the harbour and has increased rapidly in recent years. Around 16.8% employment is in manufacturing and construction,31.7% by trade/ transportation/computer science engineering.

                        Figure 6: Growth in Industries in Hamburg


The University Heart Center Hamburg offers treatment of wide spectrum of cardiovascular diseases.German Centre for Cardiovascular Research releases 3 million euros every year for different projects. The total EU contribution is estimated to be over € 163 million in cardiovascular diseases.

                    Figure 7: Research on cardiology              

Hamburg City Highlights

Many industrial enterprises from Hamburg are marking world class standards The Port of Hamburg, well known as  Germany‘s biggest hub for the import and export makes it popular in the food industry. The fusion of innovation and tradition creates a unique environment for medical sciences, biotech and pharmaceutical companies. Hamburg is known for its diversity ranging from arts, architecture to harbour tours and many more.

Universities in Hamburg | Hamburg Conferences

  • University of Hamburg

  • Helmut Schmidt University

  • College of fine arts, Hamburg

  • Hamburger fernhochschule

  • Bucerius Law School

  • Hochschule für Musik und Theater Hamburg

  • Medical School Hamburg

  • Hamburg School of Business Administration

  • Kühne Logistics University

  • General Staff College of the German armed forces

  • Northern Institute of Technology Management

  • Brand Academy

  • Protestant University of Applied Sciences – School of Social Work

  • North German Academy of Finance and Tax Law

  • HafenCity University Hamburg

  • Hamburg University of Applied Sciences

  • Technical University of Hamburg

Associations in Hamburg|Hamburg Conferences

Pharma , Biotech Companies and Industries in Hamburg|Hamburg Conferences


  • IPM Biotech

  • Richter-Helm BioLogics

  • Topas Therapeutics

  • AngioDynamics

  • Indivumed GmbH

  • Perleberg Pharma Partner Health Research

  • Evotec AG

  • Upcte Technologies

  • Aet Biotechnologie GmbH

  • Aceto Pharma GmbH

  • Richter-Helm BioLogics GmbH & Co.KG

  • Allergopharma GmbH & Co.KG

  • Alfred E. Tiefenbacher(GmbH & Co.KG)

  • Laboratory of Pharmacology and Toxicology

  • Melema Pharma GmbH

Conferences in Hamburg|Hamburg Conferences

City Attractions|Hamburg Conferences

  • Kunsthalle Hamburg

  • Outer Alster Lake

  • Planten un Blomen park

  • Kunsthalle Hamburg museum

  • St. Michael's Church, Hamburg

  • Inner Alster Lake

  • Internationales Maritimes Museum

  • Tier park Hagenbeck

  • Hamburg Rathaus-town hall

  • Hamburg Museum

  • Elbphilharmonie-concertr hall

  • Volks park stadium

  • Chile House

  • Hamburg Town Hall

  • Deichtorhallen-art center

  • Finkenwerder

  • Beatles-Platz Plaza

  • Bismarck Monument

  • Millerntor-Stadium

  • Heide Park

  • Zoological Garden of Hamburg

  • Hamburg Wadden Sea National Park

  • Miniature Wonderland

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Conference Speakers

Tiziana Bonifacino

Tiziana Bonifacino PhD, is an Assistant Professor at the Department of Pharmacy, University of Genoa, Italy.

Title:Excessive glutamate release and undelying synaptic mechanisms in a mouse model of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.

A Errachid

UMR 5280-Institut des Sciences Analytiques, CNRS, Université de Lyon, France

Title:A 3D-printed automated sample storage unit for sporadic sampling in innaccessible aquatic environment

A V Bailey

Rochester Institute of Technology, USA

Title:Clean energy generation using fuel cells

Abdalazeem Ibrahem

National Health Research Institutes, United Kingdom

Title:Refractory VF cardiac arrest due to multiple pulmonary embolism

Adnan Alhathal AlAnezi

The Public Authority for Applied Education and Training (PAAET), Kuwait

Title:Performance enhancement of tubular membrane module using air bubbling system

Ahmad Gemeal

Central Metallurgical Research & Development Institute, Egypt

Title:Modal finite element analysis of the first global body in white Saudi car Gazal 1

Ahmed A Aly

Benha University, Egypt



Mohamed V University Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco

Title:Osteomyelitis of jaws: From diagnosis to treatment


Indian Academy of Pediatrics, India

Title:Respiratory distress syndrome in a nutshell

Aleksandra M Rozhkova

Federal Research Centre “Fundamentals of Biotechnology-RAS, Russia

Title:Identify the causes of reduced productivity in industrial strains of the fungus Penicillium sp

Amal Abdullah Mokeem

King Faisal Specialist Hospital & Research Center, KSA

Title:Microelectrode recording and deep brain stimulation

Amira Mohsen

Pharmaceutical Technology Department, National Research Centre, Egypt

Title:Bilosomes as a novel ocular drug delivery system for acetazolamide: In vitro and in vivo evaluation

Amos Oppong

University of Electronic Science and Technology of China, China

Title:Energy policies needed to transition to a green economy based on high-accuracy forecasts

Ana Poveda

Central University of Ecuador, South America

Title:Characterization of new therapeutic drugs against leishmaniasis