Program at a Glance

Wednesday, October 18

Time Room A (3F) Room B (3F) Room C (3F) Room D (4F) Room E (4F)
10:00-10:30 SY01 (Kor)
Simultaneous KOR-ENG provided Inspector workshop of Korean
laboratory accreditation program
10:30-12:00 Pre-Congress
13:00-17:00 SY02 (Kor)
Simultaneous KOR-ENG provided Education course for laboratory
medicine specialist
17:00-17:30 Opening Ceremony
17:30-18:30 PL01
Building essential data
in the development of
bacteriophage therapeutics
to overcome antimicrobial resistance
18:30-20:20 Welcome Reception
Convention Center 3F, Lobby

Thursday, October 19

Time Room A (3F) Room B (3F) Room C (3F) Room D (4F) Room E (4F)
08:00-09:00 EW01 EW02 EW03 OP01 OP02
09:00-10:30 SY03 SY04 SY05
A Roadmap to Successful
Data Analytics Projects
at your Institution Today
and in the Future
Introduction of key
CLSI documents
Monitoring minimal residual
disease (MRD) in the age of
next-generation technology
10:30-10:50 Break
10:50-11:50 PL02
Unlocking the power of
laboratory medicine:
creating virtual
biorepositories in the
electronic health record
11:50-12:50 EW04 EW05 EW06 EW07 EW08
12:50-13:00 Break
13:00-14:30 KS01 SY06 SY07 EW09 OP03
Digital healthcare
and data science
Ultrafast and sensitive
screening of pathogens
by biosensors
Updates on diagnostics
and therapeutics
for lipid management of
cardiovascular disease
The CAP-Your resource
for artificial intelligence
14:50-16:20 SY08 SY09 SY10 SY11
Current progress and
challenges in genomics
and genetics
Artificial intelligence
and data quality
Fungal infection,
from clinical review to
new immunological tests
Development of clinical
practice guideline of
cfDNA assay
16:40-17:40 EW10 EW11 EW12 OP04
18:00-19:30 Banquet
(Convention Center 3F, Convention Hall 1)

Friday, October 20

Time Room A (3F) Room B (3F) Room C (3F) Room D (4F)
08:00-10:30 EW13 EW14
(08:00-09:00) SY13 (08:00-09:00)
SY12 Senate Meeting
Asia Session
The Supply Side of
Laboratory Medicine
Edutrack (Education session in laboratory medicine)
10:30-10:50 Break
10:50-11:50 PL03
Artificial intelligence
and infectious diseases:
how much is important
clinical microbiology?
11:50-12:50 EW15 EW16 EW17 EW18
12:50-13:00 Break
13:00-15:30 KS03 EW19 EW20
TBD SY15 (13:00-14:00) (13:00-14:00)
SY16 SY17
A new perspective
on cord blood banks
Current status and future
directions of laboratory
information system
15:30-16:00 KSLM Assembly Meeting (15:30-16:00) / Room A
16:00-18:00 SY18 (Kor)
Preparedness and
surveillance for emerging
and re-emerging
infectious diseases

PL: Plenary Lecture / KS: Keynote Speech / SY: Symposium / EW: Education Workshop / OP: Oral Presentation