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Enhancing Innovations in Diabetes and Endocrinology
- Diabetes Congress 2022


We would like to thank all of our wonderful keynotes, speakers, conference attendees, students, associations, media partners and guests for making Diabetes Congress 2022 a successful and splendid event.

Allied Academies hosted the joint event of 30th International Conference on Diabetes and Endocrinology” on August 30, 2022, as a webinar with the theme “Enhancing Innovations in Diabetes and Endocrinology”. Benevolent response and active participation were received from the Editorial Board Members of supporting International Journals as well as from the leading academic scientists, researchers, research scholars, students, and leaders from the fields of Diabetes and Endocrinology who made this event successful.

The conference was marked by the attendance of young and brilliant researchers, business delegates, and talented student communities representing more than 18 countries, who have driven this event into the path of success. The conference highlighted through various sessions on current retroviral research.

Diabetes Congress 2022 witnessed an amalgamation of peerless speakers who enlightened the crowd with their knowledge. It confabulated various new-fangled topics related to the fields of Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Metabolism.

The meeting was carried out through various sessions, in which the discussions were held on the following major scientific tracks:

·         Prevention of Diabetes

·         Etiology of diabetes

·         Diabetes types and complications

·         Insulin Devices and Diabetes Medication

·         Thyroid disorders

·         Advance Technologies and Tools for Diabetes

·         Endocrine Disorder

The conference proceedings were carried out through various Scientific-sessions and plenary lectures. The conference was embarked with an opening ceremony followed by a series of lectures delivered by Honourable Guests and the Keynote forum members.

The event enlightened various areas of Diabetes and Endocrinology with Workshops and plenary lectures from the speakers of various universities and organizations like

·        Christina Gertrude Yap | Monash University Malaysia | Malaysia

·         Knud Erik Alsbirk | Sotra Eye Clinic | Norway

·         Chen Xi | The Hong Kong Polytechnic University | Hong Kong

·         Bodunova N A | SBHI Moscow Clinical Scientific Center | Russia

·         Gnaneshwer Jadav | University Hospital Linköping | Sweden

·         Priyanka Bhattacharya | British Dietetic Association | United Kingdom

·         Derek C Beatty | The University of Edinburgh | Scotland

·         Sara Ventura | University of Sao Paulo | Brazil

·         Akbar Mehmood | Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust | UK

·         Salwa A Alhemyadi | Taiz University | Saudi Arabia

·         Ashraf Salah Ibrahim El Ghaname | Cairo University | Egypt

·         Rahul Hajare | Indian Council of Medical Research | India

      We are also obliged to various delegate experts, company representatives, and other eminent personalities who supported the conference by facilitating active discussion forums. We sincerely thank the Organizing Committee Members for their gracious presence, support, and assistance towards the success of Diabetes Congress 2022.

With the grand success of Diabetes Congress 2022, Allied Academies is proud to announce the "31st International Conference on Diabetes and Endocrinology” to be held on February 06-08, 2023 in Paris, France. 

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About The Conference

Allied academies pleasantly invite you to be a part of the ‘30thInternational Conference on Diabetes and Endocrinology’ on August 29-30, 2022 in Barcelona, Spain.

The milestone ofthe DiabetesCongress2022 will be the gathering of international experts and investigators to discuss the current situations and case studies, future innovations, and improvements on the topic of Diabetes and Endocrinology. All the selected sessions will have sub-sessions that make the event more understandable and all the vital information will be discussed more or less. Since this Diabetes Congress 2022 will take place across two days, the sessions will be focused on diabetes and endocrinology.

Significance and scope

The main objective of DiabetesCongress2022 is to spread the scientific and medicinal research and ideas about diabetes-related problems which include endocrine disorders, among the world to get better ideas about it. We promote research such as Diabetes Congress2022 to globalize the need for awareness about Diabetes conditions through international decisions and discussions which will create extraordinary solutions for the existing health problems related to Diabetes and endocrinology. Diabetes comes in a variety of types, increasing the requirement for treatment. Thus this conference Diabetes Congress 2022 will provide a great opportunity to deliberate all the important strategies and ongoing research to reduce diabetic patients all over the world.


Diabetes and Endocrinology are broad areas, and people are concentrating on developing new ideas and improving present approaches to improve diabetes treatments. This is a great opportunity to form a worldwide alliance of outstanding individuals from many nations who are specialists in diabetes legislation and to debate your research and inventions with bright minds in breakout sessions.

Diabetes Congress 2022 will have experts from different fields, doctors, dieticians, nurses, physicians, pharmacists, academic researchers, and other healthcare professionals. They talk about diabetes conditions, including the complications, effects, and precautions that come with them. Also discussed are modern technologies that aid in the reduction of diabetes complications in humans.


•         Keynote speakers and Session speakers

•         Young Research Forum (YRF)

•         Delegates

•         The platform and arrangements organise symposiums and workshops

•         Research findings and proposals

•         Exhibition of innovative products and devices related to the Diabetes Congress 2022

Targeted Audience
Diabetes & Metabolism Faculty | Diabetologist Gynaecologists | Podiatrists | Medicare Associations | Healthcare Associations | Diabetes & MetabolismResearchers Business Entrepreneur Physicians Ophthalmologists | Medical Colleges | Academic Researchers Neurologists   | Endocrinology Societies &Associations Endocrinologists | Diabetes Societies &Associations  | Nutritionists Manufacturing Medical Device Companies | Oncologist Training Institutes | Pharmaceutical Companies.

Welcome Message

Dear Colleagues,


The 30th International Conference on Diabetes and Endocrinology will be held in Barcelona, Spain on August 29-30, 2022. Diabetes Congress 2022 aspires to bring together all of the world's leading scientists, researchers, doctors, medical professionals, pharmaceutical companies, and healthcare providers on the subject of diabetes and endocrinology. The conference's theme is "Enhancing Innovations in Diabetes and Endocrinology", implying that it will serve as a venue for investigating modernism in the field of diabetes. The leading advancements in diabetes and endocrinology will be discussed at this conference as treatment insights. This conference will provide attendees from colleges and institutions with an excellent opportunity to network with scientists, researchers, and promoters.

Join us in Barcelona, Spain for the Diabetes and Endocrinology Conference!


With regards   


Amelia Hope,
Program Manager.                      

Scientific Sessions

Session 1 - Diabetes typesand complications:

Diabetes mellitus,often known as blood sugar, is characterised by high glucose levels in theblood. Diabetes is a serious health problem that predominantly affects infectedpeople. Diabetes complications include vision loss, kidney disease, nervedamage, and stroke. Diabetes is without a doubt the greatest challengingmedical issue of the twenty-first century. The complications ofdiabetes are the topic of this session.

1. Skin conditions

2.  Eye damage (retinopathy).

3.  Nephropathy

4.  Alzheimer's disease

5.  Neuropathy

6.  Cardiovascular disease

7.  Type1 Diabetes

8.  Type2 Diabetes

Session 2- Pre-diabetes:

Pre-diabetes is a condition in which blood sugar levels are higherthan normal but not high enough to be diagnosed as type 2 diabetes. If not managed, it will almost certainly progress totype 2 diabetes within ten years. Pre-diabetes affects the vast majority ofpeople without any warning signs or symptoms. It is not impossible to progressfrom pre-diabetes to type 2 diabetes. It is possible to recover to anormal blood sugar level with lifestyle changes, weight loss, and medication.

1. Process for diagnosis

2. Risk factors and clinical sign

3. Pre-diabetes and lifestyle modification

4. Factors associated withpre-diabetes in an HIV-positive patient

Session 3 - Gestational diabetes:
GestationalDiabetes is a huge global concern that can cause both the mother andthe child irreparable health problems. Regardless of its contingency, a largeportion of the population still lacks epidemiological guidelines to assist themin recognising diabetes-related diseases. Diabetes and obesity are on the risein many nations as a result of increased knowledge of gestational diabetes. Onein every five women of reproductive age and one in every six children in theworld have diabetes.
1. Overview: Women's health and Diabetes
2. Symptoms of Diabetes in women
3. Diabetes free pregnancies – Strategy
4. Postpartum Recommendations
Session 4 - Genetic diabetes:
The majority of individuals around the globe still have no clearunderstanding of hereditary Diabetes. It makes people treat pre-diabetic stages withdisdain, which leads to a slew of issues. Some persons are more susceptible toDiabetic disorders due to the hereditary component that is triggering. There isanother certain precedence that will bring the Diabetic conditions. Thissession on genetic Diabetes will include the precautions and medications thatwe have to follow for the prevention of genetic Diabetes.
1. Predictions and precautions
2. Factors triggering genetic diabetes
3. Genes and Family History
4. Complications of Genetic Diabetes
Session 5 - Endocrinology:
Humans use hormones generated by endocrine glands to maintain a steadyblood glucose level throughout their lives, including glucose absorption atvaried levels. The release of hormones into the circulation stimulates bybringing the blood glucose level back to normal. In this class, we will godeeper into endocrinology. Endocrinology is a branch of researchand medicine that deals with the endocrine system, its diseases, and itsspecific outputs such as hormones, growth, and danger.

1. Hyposecretion of the endocrine glands (leading to hormone deficiency)
2. Hypersecretion of the endocrine glands (leading to hormone excess)
3. Endocrine gland tumours (benign or malignant)
4. Endocrine cancer 


Paediatric endocrinology is a fieldinvolving the care of endocrinology for children. The paediatricendocrinologists treat children with type1 and type2 growth disorders, pubertalabnormalities, obesity, differences of sex development, bone and mineraldisturbances, hypoglycaemia, and other disorders relating to the adrenal, parathyroid, thyroid, andpituitary glands.
1. Immune influences on behaviour
2. Enlarged thyroid gland.
3. Endocrine activity in early-experience
4. Growth hormone
Session 7 - Thyroid disorders:
Thyroid disease has been the most frequent problem in recent years,affecting 12% of the population. The thyroid gland produces hormonesthat control the metabolism of your body. Whenyour thyroid produces too much (hyperthyroidism) or less amount of hormone(hypothyroidism), it can create a range of issues (hypothyroidism). Thyroidproblems and thyroid types are discussed in this presentation.

1. Hypothyroidism in Newborn
2. Thyroidism's Effect on the Unborn Child and Neonates
3. Paediatric Hypernatremia, Reynaud's Phenomenon, and Acute Anemia are allexamples of hypernatremia in children
4. Hashimoto's Thyroiditis and Postpartum Thyroiditis
5. Hyperthyroidism and Hypothyroidism During Pregnancy
6. Infertility, Miscarriage, and Pregnancy & Childbirth Complications Track 

Session 8 - Diabetes and Cancer:
People with diabetes have more risk factors which are not all, forms ofcancer diabetes and cancer have a complicated relationship. Diabetes increasesthe risk of liver and endometrial cancer by double. It increases the risk of breast and bladder cancer by 20 to 50 per cent but it cuts the risks in men. In this session, more questions about the linkbetween diabetes and cancer incidence are addressed.
1. Cancer
2. Kidney cancer
3. Endometrial cancer
4. Insulin secretagogues

Session 9 - Endocrine Disorder:
Due to the general rising prevalence of endocrine disorders, the globalmarket for endocrinology drugs is exploding.High cholesterol absorption, work stress, and weight gain are all factors thatwill wreak havoc on the endocrine system. During the period 2018-2022, theglobal endocrinology medicine market grew at a 6.48 percent annual pace. Unlesssignificant illnesses are addressed, the rise of the pharmaceutical sector willcontinue, leading to a life where we can't exist without drugs. The workshopwill cover all endocrine-related difficulties, with professionals sharing assetpoints for establishing a better strategy to address these challenges.
1. Cardiovascular disorders
2. Hormone changes and their effects
3. Testing of endocrine disorder
4. Types of endocrine disorder
5. Causes of endocrine disorder

 It explains the cell science and structure of the hormones and their endocrine glands. Topics like bonemetabolism, thyroid-related disorders, and muscle metabolism are included incellular and molecular endocrinology research. The main aim of this discussionis to disperse the latest strategies and inventions within cellular and molecularendocrinology, the discussion adds DNA technologies.

1. Recombinant DNA technology
2. Path physiology of diabetes
3. Autoimmune Disease: T1D
4. The cellular endocrinology's impact and factors

Diabetes is mostly caused by the body's inability to produce insulin.Insulin is classified into several categories based on how long it takes toact. Insulin is injected into diabetics who areunable to regulate their condition with oral treatments. The focus is primarilyon diabetic medication and innovative technologies.

1.  Rapid-acting insulin
2.  Short-acting insulin
3.  Intermediate-acting insulin
4.  Long-acting insulin
The approach to diagnosing Diabetes has been changed in the past as aresult of enhanced technological methods. Diabetes patients' lives have beenimproved as a result of advancements such as painless insulin delivery and themass insulin production effect of treatments. Although the influence ofprevious leading technologies has been minimal, there will be some excitingchanges in technology that will revolutionise how individuals receive medicalcare and learn how to handle it on their own. The focus of the presentationwill be on the many diabetes innovation tools.

1. Insulin pens and other new insulin administration methods
2. Acupuncture for diabetic complications
3.  Resources for Diabetic patients
4.  Implants and stem cell therapy
5.  Type 2 Diabetes: A New Treatment andDiscovery

Anosteoporotic fracture happens every five seconds, resulting in more than 8.9million fractures worldwide each year. Osteoporosis and osteopenia are morecommon in women than in men. To counteract this, the world rises with oralconcepts and technology, which are in direct opposition to follow-throughtechniques. Yet, in this session, those who know about various ailmentscan talk about their study and find available methods. Osteoporosisis a prevalent illness that causes bones to become thinner and more prone tobreaking. These fractures can cause a variety of health issues, including pain,stooped posture, and difficulty moving about.

1.  Swellingand redness in the infected area

2.  Disordersof the Osteoporosis and Osteopenia

3.  Osteoporosis in Women                               

4.  Socio andeconomic impact of Osteopenia

Session -14Etiology of Diabetes:

Type 1 Diabetes is thought to be caused by anautoimmune reaction that destroys the beta cells in the pancreas, which produceInsulin. Type 2 diabetesis primarily caused by two conditions that are intertwined: In muscle, fat, andliver cells, insulin resistance develops. These cells don't bring in enoughsugar because they don't work with Insulin in a typical way.The pancreas is unable to produce enough insulin to maintain blood sugarcontrol. Increased thirst, frequent urination, acute hunger, unexplained weightloss, and the presence of ketones in the urine are some of the indications andsymptoms of type 1 and type 2 diabetes.


Session-15: Prevention ofDiabetes

Type 2 diabetes, the most common form of thecondition, can be prevented by making lifestyle modifications. If you arecurrently overweight or obese, have high cholesterol, or have a family history ofdiabetes, you are at a higher risk of acquiring type 2 diabetes.Changes in one's lifestyle can help to avoid or delay the start of thecondition. Changing your lifestyle today can help you avoid major diabeticconsequences such as nerve, kidney, and heart damage in the future. It's nevertoo late to try something new.

•      loseweight

•      Be morephysically active.

•      Eathealthy plant foods

•      Eathealthy fats

•    Choose ahealthy lifestyle above fad diets.


Session-16:  Stem CellTreatment
This research involved the use ofautologous hematopoietic stem cells. They're the same as stem cells from cordblood. Understanding how the findings of this study can benefit people who savecord blood at birth, as type 1 diabetes (also known as juvenile diabetes) is an autoimmuneillness that strikes children at a young age. Cord blood is a good blood typeto have.

·         Diabetes Treatment

·         Stem CellTherapy

·         Type1 Diabetes Beta Cell

·         Stem Cell and Diabetes

Many popular herbs and spices are said to have blood sugar-lowering qualities,making them useful for persons who have type2 diabetes or are at high risk of developing it. In recent years, several clinical investigations have found potentiallinkages between herbal medicines and improved blood glucose control, leading to a rise inpersons with diabetes adopting these more "natural" substances toassist manage their condition.

Plant-based therapies that have been demonstrated to haveanti-diabetic characteristics in some investigations include:

1.     Aloe vera

2.     Bilberry extract

3.     Bitter melon

4.     Cinnamon

5.     Fenugreek

6.     Ginger

7.     Okra

While such therapies are routinely utilised in Ayurvedaand oriental medicine to treat serious illnesses like diabetes, many western health specialists are sceptical of theirclaimed medicinalbenefits.

Indeed, because certain herbs, vitamins, and supplements may interact with diabetes medications (including insulin) and increase their hypoglycaemic effects, it isfrequently argued that using natural therapies could cause dangerously lowblood sugars and increase the risk of other diabetes complications.

Session 18: Diabetes and cardiovascular Diseases

Diabetes mellitus exacerbates the mechanisms behind atherosclerosis and coronary artery disease. Unfortunately, treatment options focusing simply on good glycemic control with currently available medicines or procedures do not sufficiently modify these processes. Women with diabetes face a significantly higher risk of coronary artery disease than women of the same age who do not have diabetes. Actually, the disease is by far the most common cause of mortality in both diabetes patients. Regrettably, the improvement in survival following a heart attack in diabetic patients has been less than half that of the general population. The main goal of this conference is to draw attention to the importance of early detection and treatment of diabetes in order to prevent its complications.

1. Heart disease
2. Stroke
3. Diagnosis methods for Heart Disease
4. Atherosclerosis

5. Hypertension 

Session 18: Endocrinologyand Metabolism

The endocrine issue is constantly startling due tothe information factors involved with the endocrine system, including a mixedimage of hyposecretion and hypersecretion. For example, most kinds ofhyperthyroidism are accompanied by an excess of thyroid hormone and adeficiency of thyroid animating hormone. Patients with multi-transfusedthalassemia major may experience significant endocrine issues as a result ofiron overload. Syndrome X is a term used toexplain the problems that arise in many patients with various types ofcardiovascular disease (CVD) and diabetes as a result of insulin resistance,hyperinsulinemia, and cell ionic abnormalities.

•           EnvironmentalEndocrinology
•           Neuro Endocrinology
•           Symptoms and Diagnosis
•           Management of Metabolicsyndrome

Market Analysis


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Research personnel, Academicians, Research institutes, Industrialists, and students from the field of Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Metabolism are the key participants who show an intense desire in attending the Diabetes Congress 2022 put forth by Allied Academies. Our conferences based on Diabetes, Endocrinology, and Metabolic studies show a significantly large number of unique visitors and page views which proved to be a thriving success.


Market Analysis:

Components such as rising diabetes incidence, technological developments, and new product launches are driving the global diabetes market. Increased government policies assuming the use of diabetes management solutions and expanding medical tourism are two main reasons driving market expansion. Furthermore, rising government initiatives to raise diabetes awareness and leading companies' increased R&D expenditure are projected to drive market expansion. The global diabetes implementation market size is awaiting to reach USD 41.6 billion by 2027, registering a CAGR of 7.8% over the divine period, according to a new report.

Significance and scope:

The Diabetes Meeting will focus on a variety of topics, allowing for a larger number of people to attend. This meeting will provide an opportunity to discuss recent developments in the fields of diabetes and endocrinology. Diabetes meetings will bring together scholarly and modern callings, resulting in a broader understanding. We recognise that understanding the scientist's examination is less difficult and more accommodating than understanding diabetes.

World Analysis:
In 2021

  • Diabetes affects an estimated 537 million adults aged 20 to 79.
  • Type1 diabetes affects more than 1.2 million children and teenagers aged 0 to 19.
  • By 2030, the overall number of diabetics is expected to reach 643 million, rising to 783 million by 2045.
  • Diabetes caused 6.7 million deaths
  • Diabetes caused at least USD 966 billion in health expenditure – 9% of total spending on adults
  • Diabetes affects one out of every six live births (21 million) and 541 million individuals are at risk of having type 2 diabetes.

    China, India, and the United States of America are expected to have the highest number of adults with diabetes in 2021, and this trend is expected to continue until 2030. Pakistan's diabetes population is expected to surpass that of the United States of America by 2045, propelling the country to third place.

    Endocrine Testing Market Segmentation Analysis:

    • North America (U.S., Canada, Mexico)
    • The European Union (Germany, France, U.K., Italy, Spain, Rest of Europe)
    • Asia-Pacific region (China, Japan India, Rest of APAC)
    • The continent of South America (Brazil and Rest of South America)
    • Africa and the Middle East (UAE, South Africa, Rest of MEA)

    Market Snapshot

    Study Period:


    Base Year:


    Fastest Growing Market:

    North America

    Largest Market:

    North America


    5.75 %


     Major Associations of Endocrinology around the globe:

    ·  Endocrine Society
    ·  American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists
    ·  The American Association of Endocrine Surgeons
    ·  Association of Program Directors in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism
    ·  Society for Endocrinology
    ·  Brazilian Society of Surgical Endocrinology
    ·  British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes
    ·  European Society of Endocrinology
    ·  International Society of Endocrinology
    ·  Paediatric Endocrine Society

    Organizing Committee Members
    OCM Member
    Fabio Sartori
    University of Milano-Bicocca
    Milan, Italy
    OCM Member
    Dr. Masahiro Onuma
    TriSguide Limited
    Tokyo, Japan
    OCM Member
    Dr.Hassan Abdel Wahed Abd Alla Shora
    Senior research scientist
    Moulay Ismail University
    Errachidia, Morocco
    OCM Member
    Daniela Moraru
    Politehnica University
    Bucharest, Romania
    OCM Member
    Dian True
    Community Education Partners
    Community Education Partners
    Auburn, USA


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