21 Jan - 23 Jan '18

8th EPITA Symposium & 37th AIDPIT Workshop

The EPITA Board is proud to announce the 8th EPITA Symposium & 37th AIDPIT Workshop that will take place in Igls_Innsbruck from the 21st to the 23rd of

8th EPITA Symposium & 37th AIDPIT Workshop

Primary Topics:
Pancreas, Islet Clinical, Islet Experimental, Diabetes
Start Date:
Sunday, 21st January, 2018 at 5:30pm
End Date:
Tuesday, 23rd January, 2018 at 6:00pm
Important Dates:
!NEW - EXTENDED DEADLINE Abstract submission                2 November 2017!
Submit your abstract HERE
 
Opening of Abstract submission         01 September, 2017
Opening of Registrations:                   01 September, 2017
Early  Registration deadline:                20 December, 2017
Register HERE
 
For the 8EPITA Symposium we have activated the EasyESOT Option – One click to purchase Membership fee for the year + Reduced fee
Country: Austria
Description & Objectives:

The EPITA Board is proud to announce the 8th EPITA Symposium & 37th AIDPIT Workshop that will take place in Igls_Innsbruck from the 21st to the 23rd of January 2018. During the past years, the EPITA Symposia had the pleasure to enjoy a number of exceptional invited speakers, excellent oral presentations and passionate discussions. The 2018 edition promises to continue the tradition.

The appointment in Innsbruck is a recognized successful and lively forum where young and more experienced people meet, discuss and trigger further developments in islet and pancreas transplantation. In addition for 2018, the ESOT section of EPITA & AIDPIT will offer to participants education grants for the best presenta­tions (oral and poster), to support education and participation of young investigators to this important ap­pointment.

You are most welcome to join the meeting in Innsbruck, to present your latest scientific results, network with your peers and to enjoy the learning experience in an informal and familiar environment.

#8EPITA - First Announcement

Detailed Agenda AT THIS LINK 

 

Target Group:

Transplant physicians, surgeons and diabetologists.

Experienced senior physicians and younger physicians interested in cutting edge research results and methods.