Thursday, 17 October 2019

Success Story

It gives us immense pleasure in sharing with you all the grand success of the “4th International Heart Conference” (Advanced Heart 2019), on April 22-23, 2019 in Dubai, UAE, we would like to extend our huge gratitude to all the participants for providing great proficiency and support. We also would like to thank our Organizing Committee Members along with the Media PartnersCollaborators, Conference venue staff, and others who joined together for the victory of our conference.

Our participants and guests acquired a unique opportunity to meet up with peers from both industry and academia to establish a scientific network. Attendees were enlightened with the recent advances in Cardiology, Heart diagnosis, and Cardiovascular Diseases, to enhance the ideas about Cardiac Research. World-renowned speakers addressing the most recent techniques, and the newest updates in the field were the trademark of this conference.

Continuing the success, we are all set to host the next series of Cardiology Conference, the "5th International Heart Conference" (Advanced Heart 2020) scheduled on April 24-25, 2020 in Tokyo, Japan. Let's join together and make this year's conference even better. Interested Cardiology enthusiasts can book their slots by registering through simple steps. Bring your group and let’s get prepared to be enlightened.

Visit: Advanced Heart 2020 and share your ideas with renowned speakers

Thursday, 3 October 2019

Explore the beauty of Tokyo, Japan

The 5th International Heart Conference invites all Cardiology lovers to one of the exciting capitals, Tokyo

Tokyo being one of the largest cities is Japan’s busy capital. It was known as Edo in the late 1800s. With a population of about 9 million, Tokyo excels in showcasing a mixture of modern and traditional attractions. Tokyo experiences mild winter and humid summer. This metropolis is the largest financial and commercial center in Japan with many national and international institutes and businesses. The most popular tourist icons of the city are Tokyo Tower, Senso-ji, Odaiba, Tokyo Imperial Palace, Tokyo Skytree, Ueno Park, Meiji Jingu, Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden, Tokyo Rainbow Bridge. The city’s historical culture is appreciated worldwide. Tokyo conjointly offers a variety of inexperienced areas within the attention and at intervals, comparatively short train rides at its outskirts. Japan and technology harmonize with each other and thus, Tokyo is the home for several innovative technologies and museums.
  • Tokyo is the largest and busiest Metropolitan in the world.
  • It was earlier known as Edo.
  • It is considered one of the best shopping spots for providing tax-free shopping.
  • Cherry blossoms in the month of April is a treat to the eyes. 
  • It hosts the top-rated restaurants with an enormous love for seafood.
  • Tokyo's love for street fashion is indefinite.
  • On the whole, it's a perfect destination.

Why Tokyo is interesting?!
Tourist Attractions:

Tokyo Tower is a communications and observation tower in Tokyo, It is the second tallest tower in Japan with a length of 332.9 meters and weighs on 4000 metric tons. The structure is inspired by the Effiel Tower that is painted in white and orange to follow regulations of air safety. Apart from its communication function, it also records weather and pollution data. Tokyo Tower is constructed above a 4-story building called the Foot Town.

Senso-ji is the most visited religious site with millions of tourists and visitors each year. Senso-ji is known for its structural beauty and also the building surrounding the temple adds more attraction. Senso-ji has many gates and buildings with interesting histories. This temple is Tokyo's oldest temple which was built in the Edo period. However, Senso-ji was destroyed several times, and the current temple was built in 1958.

Odaiba is a shopping district. It is located on an artificially constructed island. The main aim of building Odaiba was for modern business and residential areas. By 1996, Odaiba started gaining its popularity and now it is one of the favorite spots for Tokyo residents and tourists. It also includes architectural wonders like the Telecom Center, Fuji TV building, etc. Odaiba also hosts a smaller-sized replica of the Statue of Liberty which overlooks the rainbow bridge.

Tokyo Imperial Palace (Kyuden) is the residence of the Imperial family. Located in Central Tokyo, the Imperial Palace is surrounded by stone walls and moats. Kyuden is used by the family for hosting ceremonies and celebrations. The palace is made up of domestically produced materials and was completely constructed in 1968. The Imperial Palace stands two-stories high with an underground level with three blocks - the palace, household agency, and Matsu no Oroka.

Tokyo Skytree is a broadcasting tower with restaurants and observatory. It is 634 meters tall and is the tallest tower in Japan. It is also the second tallest tower in the world and the tallest structure in the world, after Burj Khalifa, Dubai. The length of 634 m was intentionally decided as the number 634 means Musashi in Japan, an old name for the region in which the skytree stands. The construction of the skytree was started in 2008 and was completed by 2012. The Tokyo Skytree has the capability to withstand earthquakes up to magnitude 7. It also hosts the two highest observation decks in Japan.

Ueno Park is a large public park in Tokyo. The official name of the park is Ueno Onshi Kōen, which is translated as "Ueno Imperial Gift Park". It is located next to the Ueno station in central Tokyo. Initially, the park grounds were part of Kaneiji Temple. used by the wealthiest family in the Edo period. The temple was meant to protect the city from evil. Ueno Park is famous for museums, a zoo, and many gardens. It also hosts over 1000s of cherry blossom trees which is a treat to the eyes during the months of March and April.

Meiji Jingu Shrine is dedicated to the spirits of Emporer Meiji and his partner, Empress Shoken. The shrine was completed and dedicated to the Emporer in 1920.  It was reconstructed after being destroyed in the Second World War. Massive Torii gates mark the entry into the Shrine grounds which make up a large forested area with walking paths. Meiji Jingu Shrine is one of the most popular shrines in Japan. It welcomes more than three million visitors during the first days of the New year. 

Shinjuku Gyoen National Garden is one of the largest and popular gardens in Japan. The park is spread with huge lawns, walking paths and scenery that provides an escape from the busy urban world. The best time to visit the garden is in the spring season to see the cherry blossom. Initially, Shinjuku Gyoen was started during the Edo period and was converted into a botanical garden and transferred to the Imperial family. Most of the park consists of forested areas, lawns, restaurants, art galleries, etc.  It also consists of a greenhouse with tropical and subtropical flora.

Tokyo Rainbow Bridge got its name because of it's changing color lights in the night. The bridge comprises of eight traffic lanes, two rails, pedestrian walking paths, and observation towers. It is 918 meters in length with a 570 meters distance between the two towers. The rainbow bridge links the mainland to Odaiba. 

Saturday, 28 September 2019

5th International Heart Conference

April 24-25, 2020 | Tokyo, Japan

With the success of its previous series, Organizing Committee of Advanced Heart 2019 is glad to invite all the cardiologists, research scholars, students and other academicians to the upcoming series Advanced Heart 2020. The conference is designed with a theme of ‘Experience an exponential advance in cardiac studies’.

This two-day event will cover Keynote sessions of leading experts, plenary talks and poster presentations of researchers and other academicians, workshop sessions, exhibition and B2B meetings conducted by leading companies leaving behind a memorable experience. Advanced Heart 2020 is one of the Cardiology Meetings which will be visited by all the prestigious cardiologists, cardiology educators, fiery inspectors, postgraduates, affiliations, business meanders under a solitary rooftop.

This conference will provide an extensive update on all clinical, surgical, and interventional, topics in cardiology. Experts with national and international reputations in various fields will address the latest guidelines, therapeutic approaches, recent trends, etc., in cardiovascular medicine. Additionally, attendees will learn about recent trials being practiced that are likely to influence future practices. The areas of cardiology that will be covered are Heart DisordersCardiovascular DiseasesHeart FailureCardiac surgeryImagingHeart health in women,  recent research trends in Cardiology and many more.

Conference highlights include:
  • 100+ participants (Both Industry and academia)
  • 11+Keynote speakers
  • 30+ Plenary speakers
  • 10+ Exhibitors
  • Innovative educational sessions
  • B2B meetings
  • Hands-on Workshop

Why attend?
Unlike all other conferences, Advanced Heart 2020 is meant to build a professional network among the people belonging to the same field. It also an excellent chance for the researchers to showcase their work and to gain support in moving further with their fascinating ideas by collaborating with the universities or leading companies. Medical graduates are offered an excellent opportunity to decide their future study interest by discussing with the professionals. The workshop sessions are meant to learn new treatment methods along with the knowledge of handling them in the future. The Delegates are benefited by being a part of all the conference sessions and to take part in the workshops, B2B meetings, and all other interactive sessions. Apart from the knowledge through talks, posters, and other sessions, the exhibitors provide you an additional experience by displaying their recent trends that keep you updated even with industrial advancements.

Target Audience
  • Cardiologists
  • Academicians
  • Research Scholars
  • Industrial Professionals
  • Academic Scientists
  • Pharmacologists
  • Business Delegates
  • Medical Students
  • Laboratory Technicians
  • Sonographers
  • Postdoctoral fellows and trainees

Advanced Heart 2020 invites all interested speakers to join us in enlightening our guests and other participants in Tokyo, Japan.