IMCAS

AcronymDefinition
IMCASInstrumentation, Measurement, Circuits and Systems (conference; World Scientific and Engineering Academy and Society)
IMCASInternational Master Course on Ageing Skin (Paris, France)
IMCASInstitute of Microbiology of Chinese Academy of Sciences (est. 1958; China)
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The partnership between IMCAS and the TB Alliance is a fitting precursor to the three-day ministerial meeting of high MDR-/XDR-TB burden countries beginning tomorrow in Beijing.
A pilot screen conducted by IMCAS identified 24 natural product extracts as having potential anti-tubercular activity.
Previously, a group of scientists including Professors Lixin Zhang, Deborah Hung and Eric Rubin of IMCAS, Broad Institute and Harvard University, respectively, worked together to investigate underlying mechanisms of M.
April Lee wrote two blog posts about IMCAS Paris; click here to view the first blog post and click here to view the second blog post.
Under this agreement, Decision Resources group can leverage its data analytics expertise and market insights, while IMCAS can contribute its vast procedural knowledge and access to a global network of physicians, providing valuable insights to the aesthetics industry.
April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Decision Resources Group, in collaboration with IMCAS (International Master Course on Aging Skin), finds that the top-of-mind companies in each of the botulinum toxin (BTX), dermal filler and laser/energy device markets are similar in Europe and in Asia.
Benjamin Ascher, Clinique of Aesthetic Surgery IENA in Paris, France, and Course Director of IMCAS, will present his most recent clinical experience involving 130 patients.
Renowned plastic surgeons and dermatologists from Europe, the Middle East, Asia and the Americas will present their latest findings from clinical experience with UltraShape during the 10th annual IMCAS meeting held in Paris, France from January 9th - 12th, 2008.