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Auditorium Lecture room A Lecture room B
Oct 6th (Sat)
2nd Day of Symposium (Lecture room A)
Time Presenter Title
08:30~09:00 Registration
Title : Herbal Medicine Research
Chair Person : Professor Kelvin Chan and Ms. Sue Cochrane
09:00~10:00 ** Keynote Speech In Auditorium
10:00~10:30 Alan Bensoussan
(University of Western Sydney)
Chinese herbal medicine for constipation predominant irritable bowel syndrome
10:30~11:00 George Li (University of Sydney) Evaluation and ranking of toxic and scheduled Chinese herbal medicines
11:00~11:30 Tony Zhang
(Royal Melbourn Institute of Technology)
Chinese herbal medicine for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD)
11:30~12:00 Bettina Rosche
(University of New South Wales)
Title: Traditional Chinese Medicinal Herbs – Potential Mechanisms in the Treatment of Bacterial Infections
12:00~13:00 Lunch & Poster Session
Title : Basic Research of Herbal Medicine
Chair Person : Dr. Mary Garvey
13:00~14:00 ** Keynote Speech in Auditorium
14:00~14:30 Junsang Yu (Sangji University) Systematic Review on Dengzhanhua Intravenous Injection for Acute Cerebral Infarction - Focusing on the Chinese Medical Journals
14:30~15:00 Asmita Samadder
(University of Kalyani)
Ameliorative effects of Syzygium jambolanum extract and its poly (lactide-co-glycolide) acid nano-encapsulated form on arsenic induced hyperglycemic stress: a multi-parametric evaluation
15:00~15:30 Anisur Rahman Khuda-Bukhsh
(University of Kalyani)
Two homeopathic remedies used intermittently provide additional protective effects against hepatotoxicity induced by carcinogens in mice
15:30~16:00 Break & Refreshment
Title : Qualitative Research on Herbal Medicine
Chair Person : Dr. Karen Bilton
16.00~16.30 Lynne Freeman
(University of Technology, Sydney)
An overview of qualitative research methods and their potential for acupuncture and Chinese herbal medicine research
16:30~17:00 Ben Koh
(University of Technology, Sydney)
Alternative Medicine as Doping in Sports: Qualitative evidence
17:00~17:30 David White
(University of Technology, Sydney)
Chinese Medicine in Australia: An Ethnographic Enquiry into the nature of knowledge
17:30~18:00 Mary Garvey
(University of Technology, Sydney)
Human Research Ethics – Issues for Chinese Medicine
19:00~21:00 Gala Party
Oct 7th (Sun)
3rd Day of Symposium (Lecture room A)
Time Presenter Title
08:30~09:00 Registration
Title: Clinical Acupuncture Research
Chair Person : Professor Kjell Fuxe and Dr. Im Quah-Smith
09:00~10:00 ** Keynote Speech in Auditorium
10:00~10:30 Hugh MacPherson
(University of York)
Current state of the evidence on acupuncture for common chronic pain conditions: back and neck pain, osteoarthritis, and chronic headache/migraine
10:30~11:00 Terje Alreck (University of Tromsø) Acupuncture and Hot Flashes: lessons to be learnt from a clinical trial
11:00~11:30 Im Qhah Smith
(University of new South Wales)
The functional MRI evidence for low intensity laser acupuncture in the treatment of depression
11:30~12:00 Kirk Wilson
(University of Technology, Sydney)
Depression: A Randomised Controlled study
12:00~13:00 Lunch & Poster Session
Title : Tai Qi/Qi Gong Research
Chair Persons : Mr David White
13:00~14:00 ** Keynote Speech in Auditorium
14:00~14:30 Byeongsang Oh
(University of Sydney)
Medical Qigong for Cancer Care
14:30~15:00 Shuai Zheng
(University of Technology, Sydney)
Tai Chi and Stress: A randomised controlled study
15:00~15:30 O Sang Kwon
(Korea Institute of Oriental Medicine)
A randomised controlled trial of qigong in the treatment of prehypertension and mild essentail hypertension
15:30~16:00 Break & Refreshment
Title : Background Research of Acupuncture and Moxibustion
Chair Person : Mr John MacDonald
16:00~16:30 Xiao-Rong Chang
(Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine)
The effect of moxibustion on herbal cake on Toll-like receptor 4 in rabbit aorta during atherosclerosis
16:30~17:00 Uk Namgung
(Daejeon University)
Acupuncture stimulation-mediated activation of sensory neurons
17:00~17:30 John MacDonald (Griffith University) Acupuncture Research: Current Status and Future Directions
17:30~18:00 Lawrence Leung
(Univeristy of Technology, Sydney)
Use of self-administered auricular acupressure for smoking cessation--a pilot study
18:00~18:30 Closing Ceremony - Auditorium
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