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2nd Edition of International Conference

and Expo on Clinical Microbiology

June 23-24, 2023 | Rome, Italy

ICCM 2023

Jawad Alzeer

Speaker at and Expo on Clinical Microbiology 2023 - Jawad Alzeer
University of Zurich, Switzerland
Title : Buffers and homeostasis: A key to maintaining health


Homeostasis is the ability of the body to regulate and maintain its internal biological processes. Buffers, which consist of two interacting components, play a crucial role in maintaining homeostasis and overall health. In the body, these buffers can regulate various systems, such as pH balance, the nervous system, and metabolic processes. Additionally, buffers can be used to maintain a balance between different values, such as between material and non-material values, or between permitted and prohibited behavior. Understanding buffering systems in relation to acid-base buffers will allow us to better understand their role in maintaining balance and homeostasis. A strong buffer capacity can help the body handle stress more effectively, and a well-coordinated and compatible system is essential in order to maintain balance and function properly. Coordinated and regulated healthcare systems ensure that behavior and concept are well integrated. It is expected that a lifestyle compatible with therapeutic drugs will increase lifestyle buffering capacity, which will enhance the immune system and overall potential

Audience take away 

  • The audience will learn about the role that buffers play in maintaining homeostasis and overall health in the body.
  • They will also learn about the importance of having a strong buffer capacity and well-coordinated and regulated healthcare systems in maintaining balance and function in the body.
  • Additionally, the audience may learn about the relationship between buffering systems and acid-base balance, and the potential benefits of a lifestyle that is compatible with therapeutic drugs in terms of enhancing the immune system and overall health.


Dr. Jawad Alzeer is a senior scientist who has completed a PhD in organic chemistry and has worked as a postdoctoral researcher and research associate in various institutions. He has been involved in the discovery of a new HIV inhibitor and has focused on targeted gene therapy and the design of G-quadruplex ligands for cancer therapy. Currently, he is the director of the Swiss Scientific Society for the Developing Countries and a senior researcher at the University of Zurich, where he focuses on linking medicine and chemistry and developing new medical concepts related to prevention and complete recovery.