SALSI is a first of its kind interdisciplinary international meet in India that focuses on immense potential of saliva as a disease diagnostic tool, saliva therapeutics and saliva biomarker research on a global perspective. It shows newer pathways in applications of molecular genetics and genomic technologies in daily diagnosis and research, brings to you live demonstration of latest saliva collection tools, point of care devices and saliva therapeutics. SALSI also shows newer career opportunities and pathways to bioentrepreneurship.
SALSI has now made its mark in the global list of saliva symposia happening in different parts of the globe - USA (North American Saliva Symposium), Australia (STAR), Brazil, China. SALSI 2019 was the first in Chennai, India.
What Disciplines of Science Can Cater to SALSI
Dentistry, Medicine, Pediatrics, Forensics, Pharmacology, Biotechnology, Genetics, Omics Industry, Ayurveda, Biomedical Engineering , Pathology, Biochemistry, Industrial Entrepreneurs in healthcare sector , analysis and therapeutics can meet, share ideas, and conceive the next generation of non-invasive technologies that will benefit human health in the future.
Who Can Attend?
BDS, MDS, B.Sc, M.Sc., MBBS, MD, B.Tech., M.Tech, B. Pharm, M.Pharm, B. V.Sc., M.V.Sc, BAMS, M.S. Ayurveda, PhD
The era of saliva meets in the global perspective started in North America in 2014 by the pioneering efforts of Dr. Jill L. Maron, Tufts University, USA and Dr. Paul D. Slowey, CEO, Oasis Diagnostics, USA.
Saliva meet in India (SALSI) was pioneered in 2019 by Dr. Gargi Roy Goswami, Founder and Director, Indian Academy of Clinical And Dental Genetics (an initiative of KROYNAS Pvt. Ltd.) in collaboration with Oasis Diagnostics, USA.
SALSI has been organised for the first time in Chennai in 2019 and the second summit was organised in January 2020 at Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bangalore.
SALSI 2021 is the first virtual saliva meet on the global calendar.
Organisations like Thermofisher Scientific,India and JBR Healthcare, Denmark supported the meet