The 21th International Congress of International Society for Ethnopharmacology (ISE) will be held at China Medical University in Taichung, Taiwan from Jun 27th to Jun 30th in 2021.
Taiwan is an ideal destination for you. Citizens of 62 countries and territories are eligible for visa-exempt entry for a period of 30 or 90 days. There is beautiful scenery and hospitable people in all corners of Taiwan, from north to south. We are sure you will find something enjoyable on this island!
The high-speed trains allow travel from Taoyuan International Airport (TPE) to Taichung City in 40 minutes. Taichung is the 2nd largest city in central Taiwan, with a pleasant climate, thriving cultural scene, historic attractions, friendly people, delicious foods and beautiful scenery, all of which contribute to its status as an international-class city.
China Medical University in Taiwan is a world-renowned institute at the forefront of translational Chinese medicine research, where traditional Chinese medicine and western medicine sit side by side. It has cultivated more than 10,000 Chinese medicine and pharmacy professionals since 1958. The achievement and research publications in the field of TCM are ranked first in Taiwan and among the top ones in the world in terms of quality, quantity and citations.
The main theme of the Ethnopharmacology is: “Ethnopharmacology—translating and integrating traditional medicine into clinical practice”.
• The featured Program will cover current topics of general and specialized interest. Emphasis will be made in translating and integrating ancient knowledge of traditional medicine into clinical practice.
• With the increasing public awareness in real-world data and their health implications, the congress has special sections in this area, as well as clinical trials utilizing traditional herbal medicine.
9 Themes in this conference:
(1) Ethnopharmacological Research towards New Drug Discovery.
(2) Herbal Resources & Biotechnology and Ethnobotanical Research.
(3) Modern Technologies in Bioactive Chemical Analytics and Quality Control.
(4) Natural Compound Research from Southeast Asia to the World.
(5) Herb-Drug Interactions and Safety Issues.
(6) Integrating Ancient Knowledge into Modern Clinical Practice.
(7) Traditional Medicine Database and AI Technology.
(8) Regulation and Challenges for Globalization of Traditional Medicine.
(9) Academic-Industrial Collaboration in Modernization of Traditional Medicine