Upcoming MDPI Conferences (1)
15–30 September 2021 The 1st International Electronic Conference on Clinical Medicine (ECCM 2021)
We are pleased to announce that the first International Electronic Conference on Clinical Medicine (ECCM), chaired by Prof. Dr. Emmanuel Andrès, from University Hospital of Strasbourg, France, and Prof. Dr. Michael G. Hennerici, from University of Heidelberg, Germany, will be held online on 15–30 September 2021 at https://sciforum.net/conference/ECCM. This conference will address and promote all the multi-disciplinary aspects of clinical medicine. The topics of interest include but are not limited to:
- Gastroenterology and Hepatopancreatobiliary Medicine;
- Infectious Diseases;
- Neurology and Stroke Neurology;
- Clinical Psychology;
- Obstetrics and Gynecology;
- Endocrinology and Metabolism;
- Nephrology and Urology;
- Epidemiology and Public Health;
- Nuclear Medicine and Radiology;
- Emergency Medicine.
The conference will be completely free of charge, both to attend and for scholars to upload and present their latest work on the conference platform.
- Abstract Submission: 31 May 2021;
- Acceptance Notification: 15 July 2021;
- Full Paper Submission: 25 August 2021;
- Conference Open: 15–30 September 2021.
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Upcoming Partner Conferences (1)
16–18 September 2021 2021 CED-IADR/NOF Oral Health Research Congress
As the largest multi-disciplinary oral health research association in Europe, the Continental European Division (CED-IADR) of the International Association for Dental Research, together with the Scandinavian Division (NOF), is looking forward to welcoming you at the 2021 HYBRID CED-IADR/NOF Oral Health Research congress in Brussels, Belgium. This two-and-half-day event will present you with a broad scientific programme; state-of-the-art symposia; excellent keynote lectures; oral and poster presentations from a wide spectrum of dental disciplines; and workshops on research reporting.
Save the congress dates in your calendars: September 16–18, 2021.
As you all know, 2020 has been a challenging year. In addition to the continuous pressure of COVID-19 restrictions we are all experiencing, oral health research was put on hold during Spring 2020. Many researchers did not have the opportunity to present their latest research findings and connect with colleagues. As a result, we learnt not to take real-life networking for granted.
It is, of course, difficult to predict how the COVID-19 situation will evolve and how effective the available vaccines will be. Please be aware that, as a health organisation, we are closely monitoring the evolving restrictions to guarantee that all regulations in force at the time of the congress will be followed in preparation for the congress and during the congress. An online platform will be integrated in our in-person event. This way, we hope to be inclusive towards those who are unable to attend the congress physically. We are determined to ensure that both in-person and virtual attendees will experience some unique networking opportunities.
As an additional advantage, the lectures will remain available online for a certain time after the congress. While in the past attendees often had to choose between two or more overlapping lectures, now you will be able to view all presentations whenever it suits you by logging onto the easy-to-navigate and straightforward virtual platform, set up for both in-person and virtual participants.
Our in-person attendees are invited to the free CED-IADR/NOF Opening Ceremony and Reception on Thursday night, to be held inside the magnificent historical Brussels city hall on the ‘Grand Place’ or ‘Grote Markt’. The CED-IADR/NOF Friday Get-Together will take place in the exquisite Panoramic Hall of the modern and excellent congress venue ‘Square Convention Centre’, located in the heart of Brussels, the capital of Belgium.
The multilingual city of Brussels is considered to be the de facto capital of the European Union (EU), providing you with plenty of travel options (air travel, railway, car) and hotels (different price categories) to choose from. As a relatively small city, Brussels’ main tourist attractions, such as the Royal Palace, the Royal Gallery of St. Hubert, the Royal Museum of Fine Arts of Belgium, the Margritte Museum, the Parliament of Belgium and Manneken Pis, are within walking distance from the congress venue. Dine out in a traditional Belgian restaurant, or simply stroll around the famous city square ‘Grand Place’ or ‘Grote Markt’, whilst enjoying some Belgian fries in a paper cone.
SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH EXCHANGE is more important than ever and will be the focus of our two-and-half-day programme. Whether you plan on attending the congress virtually or physically, we strongly encourage you to submit your abstract and support us in advancing oral health research.
Let’s combine our efforts more than ever to promote and advance oral health, be it virtually or physically!
Hope to see you in Brussels!