The Global Bee Medicine group is a coming together of international organisations committed to developing the science and therapy of bee medicine.

Click on the organisations below to find out more , register to attend or submit an abstract for conferences under the Global Bee Medicine banner to be held between May 20th and May 29th

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International Federation of Apitherapy
4th International Conference on Apitherapy

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International Propolis Research Group
Propolis: Medicine for Our Time

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Turkish Association of Apitherapy
2nd National Apitherapy Congress

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Federación Latinoamericana de Apiterapia
First Virtual Congress of FELAPI
WorldApiExpo which brings together the international institutions and people on apitherapy, apimedica, and apiculture will last 10 days. It will provide a meeting space for the beekeepers, honey producers, offshoot producers, beekeeping materials producers, and producers of apitherapy, apimedical, apiculture, propolis, drug, and feed supplements. In short, product and technology manufacturers will meet within the wide participation of the sectoral professionals.

Keynote Speakers

James Fearnley

James Fearnley

Propolis: Medicine for Our Time

Dr. Ali Timucin Atayoglu

Dr. Ali Timucin Atayoglu

Training Doctors in Apitherapy

Professor Marla Spivak

Professor Marla Spivak

Propolis and the Honey Bee Microbiome

Professor Miguel Boas Villas

Professor Miguel Boas Villas

Propolis: Setting International Standards
Dr. Vincenzo Zaccaria

Dr. Vincenzo Zaccaria

Standardized propolis on upper respiratory tract infections in humans

Dr. Sevda Demir

Dr. Sevda Demir

Evaluation of Antiviral Activities of different Standardized Propolis Extracts

Dr. Andresa Berretta

Dr. Andresa Berretta

Propolis and Its Use In Treating COVID-19
Professor Vassya Bankova

Professor Vassya Bankova

Propolis: Geographical Medicine
Dr Dave Watson

Dr Dave Watson

Propolis, A Review of Chemical and Biological Research
Felix Zuhlendri

Felix Zuhlendri

Propolis and Metabolic Syndrome