Agenda



16-20 octobre 2017

10th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health (ECTMIH) in Antwerp, Belgium

ECTMIH, a biennial event patronised by the Federation of European Societies of Tropical Medicine and International Health (FESTMIH), is Europe's leading conference and networking event in the field of tropical medicine and biomedical sciences and of international and global health.

The Antwerp Institute of Tropical Institute (ITM) and the Belgian Platform for International Health (Be-Cause Health) will join hands with FESTMIH to organise the 10th andfestive edition. It will bring together scientists and experts from Europe andfrom all over the world in the splendid venue of the Elisabeth congress centre featuring historical buildings, state of the art technology and the fabulous Antwerp Zoo as break-out garden. Situated at the doorstep of the iconic Central Station, it gives direct access to the rich cultural, historical and gastronomic heritage of Antwerp. Please read more about the conference, the programme and the venue at www.ectmih2017.be.

We look forward to receiving many scientific contributions and kindly informyou that the deadline for submitting abstracts has been extended until Monday, 10 April 2017. The deadline for the Call for 'Organised Sessions' (sessions initiated and coordinated by a national society member of FESTMIH, or any other organisation,institution, consortium or a group of investigators) has also been extended until Monday, 10 April, 2017.  


Objectives

Call for Abstracts - Final Submission Deadline: 10 April 2017



8-10 novembre 2017

Xe Congrès international de la Société de pathologie exotique Haïphong (Vietnam)

Informations et inscription : 

http://hpmu.edu.vn/surgery_oncology2017



22-23 novembre  2017

3e congrès scientifique de la Société Ivoirienne de Parasitologie et de Mycologie (SIPAM)


Thème : Du contrôle à l’élimination des parasitoses tropicales négligées en Afrique : rôle de la recherche

http://www.sipam-ci.org/

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