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Ondine's CEO Carolyn Cross to be a Plenary Session Speaker at 14th World Congress of International Photodynamic Association
Date:5/14/2013

Vancouver, British Columbia (PRWEB) May 14, 2013

Ondine Biomedical Inc. announces that its CEO, Carolyn Cross, will be a Plenary Session Speaker at the World Congress of the of the International Photodynamic Association (IPA) on May 28th through May 31st, 2013. Carolyn Cross will be representing the field of work in Photodisinfection (also known as antimicrobial Photodynamic Therapy or aPDT). Ondine Biomedical is the global leader in the design and development of Photodisinfection based therapies, and is involved with all aspects of technology, product and clinical development through to commercialization of photodisinfection products. Photodisinfection based applications under development at Ondine include products for the dental, hospital acquired infection prevention (VAP, SSI, UTI, Blood Catheter, GI) and chronic sinusitis markets. Ms. Cross stated her speech will provide an “excellent opportunity to talk about the advances Ondine has made in Photodisinfection in a variety of applications and the larger implications those advances represent for Photodynamic technology.”

The IPA World Congress is a biannual conference highlighting the advances in scientific and clinical research around the world. This year's Congress is being held May 28th to May 31st, 2013 at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel, Seoul, Korea. All of the leaders in the field of PDT and their work will be represented during this event. Clinicians, scientists, researchers, hospital administrators, students are welcome to participate at this year's conference. Registration details are available here: IPA Registration

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