For the third consecutive year, Reimex Pharma has become the golden sponsor of one of the most significant conferences focusing on scientific discoveries and innovations in the field of clinical genetics.
From May 25 to May 28, 2023, the Third Scientific Conference on the topic ‘Genetics in Clinical Practice’ was held at the Belleville Hotel, Sunny Beach, organized by the ‘Knowledge Saves Lives’ Foundation.
Representing Reimex Pharma at this extensive scientific event were Yanko Popstoiliv – the company’s CEO, Gergana Kostadinova – Sales Director, and Tsvetelina Velkova – Quality Manager.
As the official sponsor of the scientific conference, the representatives of Reimex Pharma held bilateral discussions with highly qualified and established specialists in the field of medicine, presenting the company’s activities and its product portfolio.
For the third year in a row, the specialized scientific forum has solidified its position as a space for scientific discussions with a focus on genetics and its application in the daily practice of various medical specialties.
The rich lecture program included plenary lectures, corporate symposiums, and scientific presentations by highly qualified specialists in various fields of medicine. The scientific committee was chaired by Professors Ivan Litvinenko and Daniela Avdzhieva-Tzavella.
Some of the lecturers included Dr. Teodora Paneva from the University Pediatric Hospital ‘Prof. Dr. Ivan Mitev’ and Dr. Antoaneta Georgieva from the University Multiprofile Hospital for Active Treatment ‘St. George,’ who presented rare genetic diseases such as narcolepsy, atypical hemolytic-uremic syndrome (aHUS), and paroxysmal nocturnal hemoglobinuria (PNH). They introduced part of the product range offered by Reimex Pharma.
The focus of the scientific sessions at the conference was on genetics and, in particular, the latest achievements, developments, and the most innovative ideas and practices in the field of genetics and its application in clinical practice as part of the vision for modern healthcare.”