|By PR Newswire||
|March 5, 2014 01:05 AM EST||
BEIJING, March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The Beijing Nobel Prize Laureates Summit (NPLS) 2014 will debut from the 23rd to 24th of March in Bejing, China. The event approaches where five Nobel laureates, including Sir Richard Rich John Roberts, Eric Maskin, Jack William Szostak, Robert C. Merton, and Aaron Ciechnover, will be present, which is one of the major event in China as it remarks another achievement in China's advanced medical field. Dignitaries and representatives from medical field will be present too during the event, including Steve Kay, the dean of USC's Dana and David Dornsife College of Letters, Arts and Science.
The NPLS event is dedicated to provide an international exchange platform in China on advanced medical fields including stem cell and genetics studies. In addition, NPLS is also held to promote the industrialization of advanced medical services. As a milestone achievement of the medical field in China, the NPLS is beneficial not only to promote the development of medical fields in China, but also bridges China's medical fields throughout global.
The event featured a series of academic activities, including deliverance of research findings from the Nobels and domestic scientists, round table forum, A&Q sessions, and more. Over 1,000 media platforms from all around the world will cover this magnificent event.
"The NPLS will attract professional and representatives in medical fields from all around the world, providing great opportunity for medical exchanges in both academic and medical tourism, thus enabling access to high quality of advanced medical services by the public. We welcome any patient referral vendors and individual with a strong medical background to participate in the event," said Professor Zhang, President of ReLife International Medical Center, one of the co-host of the NPLS event.
ReLife International Medical Center is a professional stem cell therapy, gene therapy, and traditional Chinese medicine healthcare provider for many chronic diseases in China. "ReLife" aggregates both advanced and traditional medical treatments to result in higher treatment effectiveness. For more information on the Nobel Prize Laureates Summit, please log on to www.relifemed.com.