Scientific Program

- Session times are Korea Standard Time (UTC/GMT+9).
- Program is subject to change.

  • Wednesday, September 25
  • Thursday, September 26
  • Friday, September 27
  • Oral Presentations
  • Education Workshop
  • ASCPaLM 2024

The Asian Society for Clinical Pathology and Laboratory Medicine (ASCPaLM) 2024 will be held in Seoul, Korea from September 25-27, 2024 in conjunction with LMCE 2024 (Laboratory Medicine Congress & Exhibition & KSLM 65th Annual Meeting).

For detailed information on ASCPaLM 2024, please visit the official website.

Go to ASCPaLM 2024

ASCPaLM 2024

[SP01]
Blood Supply and Availability (Co-hosted with the LMCE Asia Session)

Date & Time September 27, (Fri.),
08:00-10:30​
Room Room E (1F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. SP01-1 Blood Supply and Availability in India
    Praveen Sharma, Vyas Medical College and Hospital, India
  2. SP01-2 Challenges for Self Sufficiency of Blood and Blood Components in Indonesia
    Teguh Triyono, Gadjah Mada University, Indonesia
  3. SP01-3 Ensuring the Safety and Availability of Blood Supply in Japan: Risk Management and Countermeasures
    Makoto Kaneko, Mitsui Memorial Hospital, Japan
  4. SP01-4 Blood Supply & Availability in Mongolia
    Ertsuud Munkhtuvshin Oyundelger, Etugen University of Medicine/Mongolian Association of Laboratory Medicine, Mongolia
  5. SP01-5 Analysis the Utilization of Blood Products in Taiwan
    Tzong-Shi Chiueh, Linkou Chang Gung Memorial Hospital, Taiwan
  6. SP01-6 Sustainable Development Goals for Blood Supply in Thailand
    Thitiphorn Bhakbhumpong, National Blood Center, Thailand
  7. SP01-7 National Blood Services in Korea
    So-Yong Kwon, Korean Red Cross Blood Services, Korea

[PL03]
Plenary Lecture 03: Worldwide Shortage of Professional Laboratory Manpower in Digital Era

Date & Time September 27, (Fri.),
10:50-11:50​​
Room Room C (1F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. SWorldwide Shortage of Professional Laboratory Manpower in Digital Era
    Donald S. Karcher, College of American Pathologists, USA

[KS03]
Keynote Lecture 03: Clinical Laboratory Testing for Pharmacogenomics: A Rapidly Changing Field

Date & Time September 27, (Fri.),
13:00-13:40
Room Room C (1F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. Clinical Laboratory Testing for Pharmacogenomics: A Rapidly Changing Field
    Ann Moyer, Mayo Clinic, USA

[SP02]
Experiences from Overcoming the Challenges of COVID-19

Date & Time September 27, (Fri.),
14:00-15:30​
Room Room E (1F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. SP02-1 Experiences from Overcoming the Challenges of COVID-19
    Aryati Aryati, Universitas Airlangga/Dr. Soetomo Hospital, Indonesia
  2. SP02-2 Progress and Challenges of COVID-19 Testing in Japan Including the Response to Emerging Infectious Diseases
    Katsunori Yanagihara, Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Science, Japan
  3. SP02-3 Experiences from Overcoming the Challenges of COVID-19
    Nyam Biziya, Mongolian Association of Laboratory Medicine / Dornod Medical Center, Mongolia
  4. SP02-4 Combating COVID-19: Resilience and Rapid Response in Taiwan
    Shu-Hsing Cheng, Taoyuan General Hospital, Taiwan
  5. SP02-5 Experiences from Overcoming the Challenges of COVID-19 in Thailand
    Kanit Reesukumal, Siriraj Hospital Mahidol University, Thailand
  6. SP02-6 Korean Experience of COVID-19 Response: The Importance of Laboratory Diagnosis
    Hyukmin Lee, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea

[SP03]
Addressing Non-Communicable Diseases in ASCPaLM Countries

Date & Time September 27, (Fri.),
15:40-17:10​
Room Room E (1F)​ Language Eng
Chair(s)
  1. TBD
Speaker(s)
  1. SP03-1 Anemia in Chronic Kidney Disease: A Focus on Indonesian Policy
    Marina Ludong, Universitas Tarumanagara, Indonesia
  2. SP03-2 Genetic Testing of Lung Cancer in Japan
    Hiroaki Ohnishi, Kyorin University School of Medicine, Japan
  3. SP03-3 Addressing Non-Communicable Diseases ASCPaLM Countries in Mongolia
    N.Munkhtuvshin, MALM Head, Mongolia
  4. SP03-4 Current Status of Young Onset-type 2 Diabetes in Asia
    Tjin shing Jap, Taipei Veterans General Hospital, Taiwan
  5. SP03-5 Non-communicable diseases in Thailand
    Busadee Pratumvinit, Thai Society of Clinical Pathology, Thailand
  6. SP03-6 Cardiovascular disease and lipid standardization program in Korea
    Sang-Guk Lee, Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea