HYBRID EVENT: You can participate in person at Baltimore, Maryland, USA or Virtually from your home or work.

2nd Edition of Global Conference on Gynecology & Women's Health

October 17-19, 2024 | Baltimore, Maryland, USA

October 17 -19, 2024 | Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Welcome Message

Welcome Message

Obstetrics Congress

Yours Sincerely
Oslei de Matos Federal University of Technology, Brazil

Dear colleagues and participants of the Global Conference on Gynecology and Women's Health

It will be a pleasure to be here again participating in this scientific event. This time I will bring a new approach to women's health and their physiomorphological changes from menopause to aging. I'm sure it will be very interesting to discuss my project to evaluate bone and muscle mass in women and their relationship with future risk of falls and fractures. Looking forward to this unique moment, I wish everyone a great participation.

Welcome Message

Gynecology Conferences

Yours Sincerely
Nicoletta Di Simone, MD, PhD Full Professor Obstetrics and Gynecology Humanitas University, Milan, Italy

2nd Edition of Global Conference on Gynecology and Women’s Health | Hybrid Event

Itis a pleasure to welcome you to this important scientific event entitled "Gynecology and Women’s Health". It is now clear that medical research is trying to reduce the risk of maternal and foetal complications, preventing them and reducing the risk of recurrence. A pre-conception examination can certainly help to carry out an early diagnosis of some pathologies that might develop in pregnancy. An investigation of the microbiota, in populations at greater risk, can allow a precise and personalized therapeutic approach. In the short term, the use of artificial intelligence could allow a quantification of the obstetric risk.

We are in an important historical period in which we have the scientific knowledge that allows us to think of a cross talk between mother and foetus. The improvement of maternal health, not only reduces complications at a distance in the women’s life, but also complications in the life of the teenage and adult child.

I renew the welcome to all of you and wish you all the best in your work.