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  • *Program is subject to change.
  • *Some sessions are in Korean.

October 18 (Wednesday)

Floor B2 B1 3F
Room Vista Hall 1 Grand Hall A Grand Hall B Grand Hall C Cosmos Hall
10:30-16:30 Pre-congress
13:00-14:40 SY 01 (K) SY 02 (K)
Education track
Practical aspects of laboratory management (II)
15:00-16:40 SY 03(K)
Inspector workshop of the Korean laboratory accreditation program
17:00-17:30 Opening Ceremony
(Walkerhill Theatre, B1)
17:30-18:30 PL 01
Towards an era of precision medicine
(Walkerhill Theatre, B1)
18:30-20:00 Welcome Reception
(Vista Hall 1, B2)

October 19 (Thursday)

TIME B2 B1 B1 B1 3F
Vista Hall 1 Grand Hall A Grand Hall B Grand Hall C Cosmos Hall
08:00-09:00 KS 01 EW 01
Artificial intelligence for better health care
True minimum inhibitory concentrations, better informed therapeutic choices
09:00-10:40 SY 04 SY 05 SY 06 OP 01 Senate Meeting (09:00-11:00)
Training and education of laboratory professionals in Asian countries
The shift of management paradigm in clinical microbiology laboratory Continuous glucose monitoring (CGM), new trends in diabetes management
Clinical Chemistry 1
10:40-11:00 Break
11:00-12:00 PL 02
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Saving children’s lives by newborn screening for metabolic disorders
12:00-13:00 EW 02 EW 03 EW 04 EW 05 EW 06
Managing point of care testing through IT solutions with open connectivity Evaluation of and experiences with the Abbott alinity clinical chemistry and immunoassay systems
Intro to ESCMID guideline updates on C. difficile diagnosis and evidence
Establishment of reference value of cardiac troponin I Laboratory impact of rapid molecular tests for respiratory tract infections
13:00-14:40 SY 07 SY 08 SY 09 OP 02
KSLM -ISLH Joint Symposium
New trends of diagnostic hematology
Molecular diagnosis using cell-free nucleic acids Globalization of laboratory accreditation program Clinical Chemistry 2
14:40-15:00 Break
15:00-16:40 SY 10 SY 11 SY 12 (Kor) OP 03 OP 04
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Determining what works: Clinical effectiveness and value based laboratory testing
Biosensors and bioelectronics for immunodiagnostics Laboratory preparedness to overcome national threat by infectious diseases through cooperation of public and private diagnostic laboratories
Diagnostic Genetics Diagnostic Hematology & Transfusion Medicine
17:00-18:00 KS 02 EW 07
Adding value of the role of clinical pathologists in reducing antimicrobial resistance
cobas m 511 integrated hematology analyzer: Overview of the technology
18:00-20:00 Banquet
(Walkerhill Theatre, B1)

October 20 (Friday)

TIME B2 B1 B1 B1 3F
Vista Hall 1 Grand Hall A Grand Hall B Grand Hall C Cosmos Hall
08:00-09:00 KS 03
09:00-10:40 SY 13 SY 14 OP 05 OP 06
CLSI standards: From development to the Korean version
Clinical pharmacogenetic testing & application Diagnostic Immunology & General Laboratory Medicine Clinical Microbiology
10:40-11:00 Break
11:00-12:00 PL 03
Multimordality diagnostic approaches for lymphoid neoplasm
12:00-13:00 EW 08 EW 09 EW 10 EW 11 EW 12
Implementation of new real-time PCR assay in infectious diseases Diagnosis of liver fibrosis, experience of M2BPGi Advancing clinical microbiology with MALDI-TOF MS: from implementation to beta-lactamase testing. Shaping the values of ELISPOT in laboratory medicine: Application in IGRA
Detection of latent tuberculosis infection in immunocompromised patients using QuantiFERON-TB Gold Plus
13:00-14:00 KS 04 EW 13
Applications of proteomics and mass spectrometry to laboratory medicine
Serologic diagnosis of allergen sensitization
14:00-15:40 SY 15 SY 16 SY 17
State of the art; Proficiency testing Patient blood management (PBM) How to improve the quality of our journal?
15:40-16:00 KSLM General Assembly
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