Eijkman Centennial on Infections in the 21st Century

Harm Snippe snippe at csi.com
Mon Jun 29 20:17:33 EST 1998

Eijkman Centennial on Infections in the 21st Century
"Successes from the past - challenges for the future"

December 13-17th 1998
Call for Abstracts and Registration
The Netherlands Congress Centre, The Hague, The Netherlands

The Eijkman-Winkler Institute would like to celebrate this centennial by
presenting the current available knowledge on known infectious diseases and
emerging infections. A selected group of experts in the field will present
keynote lectures on Emerging Infectious Disease, Novel Therapeutics,
Pathogenesis, and Health Care policies. It is the aim of the Organizing
Committee to create a scientific ambiance of very high standards and to
include many young scientists from all over the world. Scientific
contributions in the form of oral and poster presentations are welcome. The
Committee would also like to stimulate interaction between today's leaders
in research and clinical practice and the leaders of tomorrow. A commercial
exhibition will also be present during the symposium for the inspiration and
mutual interest of both the delegates and the companies.

The Symposium will take place at the Netherlands Congress Center, The Hague,
the Netherlands. The Hague, the governmental seat, celebrates its 750th
birthday this year. This royal city features many historic sites, some of
which are included in the social program. This social program has been
arranged for both delegates and accompanying persons. We hope that you will
take the time either before or after the symposium to visit The Hague and
the numerous interesting places nearby.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to the Eijkman Centennial on
Infections in the 21st Century!

Jan Verhoef, M.D., Ph.D.
Chairman of the Organizing Committee

Before and after the meeting:
Eijkman Centennial
AZU, hp G04.614
Heidelberglaan 100
NL-3584 CX Utrecht
The Netherlands
Tel. +31- 30250 7625
Fax +31 - 30254 1770
E-mail: EWI at lab.azu.nl

During the meeting:
Eijkman Centennial
c/o Netherlands Congress Center
Churchillplein 10
P.O. Box 82000
NL-2508 EA The Hague
The Netherlands
Tel. +31 - 70 3065801
Fax +31 - 70 3544335

Dr. Harm Snippe (Ph.D.)
Associate Professor in Experimental Medical Microbiology
Mailing address:
Eijkman-Winkler Institute for Microbiology, Infectious Diseases and
Section Vaccines
University Hospital, Rm. G04.614
Heidelberglaan 100
3584 CX Utrecht
The Netherlands
Tel: +31 30 250 7628
Fax: +31 30 254 1770
Email: H.Snippe at lab.azu.nl
www: http://www.accu.nl/ewi-enare/

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