29th Annual conference of Biosciences 2022

The Cameroon Biosciences Society is pleased to inform you of the Call for Papers towards its 29th annual conference scheduled for December 2022 under the theme “BIOSCIENCES AND INNOVATION FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT (BISD)”.

The 29th Annual Conference of the Cameroon Bioscience Society (CBS) will be hosted by the Institute of Medical Research and Medicinal Plants Studies (IMPM), Yaounde-Çameroon, from December 1st – 5th, 2022. It aims at bringing together leading academics, industrialists, research scientists, students and policymakers from Cameroon and abroad to share knowledge, experiences and research results across multiple aspects of Bioscience. The conference puts emphasis on the harnessing of bio-innovation for sustainable development to alleviate poverty and improve on human health. It will involve motivated Plenary Lectures, Invited Talks, Contests, Oral and Poster Presentations and will be preceded by two-day preconference/round-table discussions on pertinent issues of national interest and global development.

Pre-conference/roundtable discussions

  • Bioscience outreach and communication
  • Bioscience Advise for Policy: Monitoring of research activities carried.
  • Status of Research funding in Cameroon and way forward?

Furthermore, this OpenCall targets high quality research results that address BISD in the following Sub-themes:

Subthemes

1. Global Health, Disease Control and Elimination (GHDCE): This sub-theme regroups research results onCommunicable Diseases (Malaria, Tuberculosis, hepatitis etc), Non-communicable Diseases (diabetes, obesity etc), Neglected Tropical Diseases, Emerging and Re-emerging Diseases, Public Health, One Health…

2. Natural Products and Medicinal Plants (NPMP): This subtheme discusses research results on Natural Substances, Bioactivity, Medicinal Plants, Medicinal Foods and Toxicology…

3. Food, Nutrition and Agriculture (FNA): This subtheme regroups research results onFood Systems, Nutrition in Disease Prevention and Treatment, Agricultural Policy, Economics, Animal and Crop Production, Agricultural Entomology, Extension, Organic Soil Fertility, Biopesticides, Food and Agriculture Modeling, Fisheries and Aquaculture, Apiculture, Food Quality, Soil Fertility, Food Production, Food Processing, Safety and Microbiology…

4. Environment, Forestry and Climate Change (EFCC): This subtheme regroups research results onBiodiversity, Biofuels, Climate Change and pollution, Renewable Biomass, Environmental degradation, Ecosystems, Forestry, Agroforestry, Agrosystems, Climate regulation, Carbon storage, Water treatment…

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