3rd Global Summit on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants

Chiang Mai, Thailand - The event aims to provide a forum for scientists, researchers, reprosentatives from the medical and phamaceutical industries to share ideas for future collaboration.

Medicinal plants in many forms have been used since the ancient time in the traditional medicine and for health care. Aromatic plants and their products particularly the essential oils are also becoming more important. Traditional medicine is, at the present time, accepted as an alternative for or used in conjunction with the western medical practice in many counties. The 3rd Globals Summit on Medicinal and Aromatic Plants is therefore being organized to provide a forum for the scientists, researchers, reprosentatives from the medical and phamaceutical industries as well as traditional medicine to discuss, share the ideas, information and experiences for future collaboration in the globals developement of medicinal and aromatic plant industries.

Participants who intend to submit contributed papers or posters are requested to complete and return the accompanying form indication. Please provide a title for your paper and an abstract of no more than 300 words.
After the review by the Scientific Committee, you will be informed the acceptance. A book of abstracts will be avalable at the conference, and the accepted full paper will be published in the proceedings.

The theme of Summit will be "Medicinal and Aromatic Plants in Health Care" with the emphasis on the following subtopics:
Cultivation and quality standardization
Sustainable role of medicinal and aromatic plants in health care
Safety and efficacy of phytomedicines and phytocosmetics
Isolation and characterization of bioactive substances from medicinal and aromatic plants

Dr.Thaneeya Chetiyanukornkul, Secreatariat
International Centre, UNISERV, Chiang Mai University
239 Huay Keaw Road, Chiang Mai, 50200, THAILAND
Tel.: +(66-53) 942861, Fax.:+(66-53) 942890
Summit Website : http://www.gosmap3-cmu.co.nr
Email : [email protected]

From 21 Nov 2007
Until 24 Nov 2007
Chiang Mai, Thailand
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