First Scheveningen Meeting on Molecular diagnostics 13-16 october 1999
This is the first of a series of meetings devoted to all aspects of
molecular diagnostics in infectious disease and pathology of humans and
animals, which will be organised every two years.The emphasis of the
meetings will be the practical aspects and the clinical applications. The
format of the meetings will be : Introductory lectures by internationally
renowned experts in the morning and free presentations in dedicated
workshops in the afternoon. Poster sessions and industrial exhibits will be
an integrated part of the meeting. In conjunction with the meeting a number
of business meetings of the participating societies will be organised. The
sponsoring companies are expected to organise some specific training and
other activities before and after the meetings.
The scientific part of meetings is organised by an independent international
organising committee in conjunction with the European Study Group on
Molecular Diagnostics and the Society of Clinical Virology. The practical
aspects of the meeting are handled by Wens Travel.
? Molecular Diagnostics and Disease Management
? Molecular Diagnostics in Clinical Pathology
? DNA-chip technology
? Molecular Diagnostics in the Developing World
? Automation in Molecular Diagnostics
? Molecular Diagnostics and Food Safety
? Standardization and Quality Control
? Molecular Diagnostics and Animal Health
M. Altwegg (CH), W. Zimmerli (CH), J. Walboomers (NL), S.Balek (UK), J.
Best (UK), F. Bonino (I), A.v.Loon ( NL), J. Fox (UK), C.v.Buul (NL), A.v.
Belkum(NL), P.Devilee (NL), M.G. Morgado ( Brasil), J. Hermon-Taylor (UK)
Limited funding for travel and attendance of the meeting may become
available. Students in need of financial assistance are requested to apply
in writing through the Secretariat to the chairman of the Organizing
Committee. A copy of the student card should be enclosed.
Registration and abstracts forms
European Meeting on Molecular Diagnostics 1999
c/o Wens Congress B.V.
3743 EX Baarn
Fax : +31-355429444
E-mail: molecule at wens.nl
Internet address: http://www.wens.nl/molecule
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