IFCC Global Conference on Covid-19 Diagnostics
A Virtual Scientific Event Focusing on the Critical Role of Clinical Laboratories in COVID-19 Pandemic
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This year has been incredibly challenging for the scientific community, yet we have all made invaluable strides towards the end of the COVID-19 pandemic. To highlight such advancements, the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IFCC) is hosting the IFCC Global Conference on COVID-19, which will take place virtually on February 15-17, 2021. We are delighted to share this important event with your organization and ask that you share this invaluable learning opportunity with all your colleagues.
Now, the IFCC feels it is more crucial than ever to virtually bring us all together on a global platform to present the most up to date evidence in the field of COVID-19, with a specific focus on innovations in diagnostics and therapeutics. This conference will also provide the opportunity for us to work towards a more collaborative clinical care model in diagnosing and treating COVID-19. Specifically, attendees will have access to:
- Plenary sessions delivered by leading scientists, physicians, and public health authorities
- Ten scientific symposia, covering technological advances in clinical diagnostics and management, therapeutics, vaccines development
- Special presentations on the global response to COVID-19 in Africa, Asia-Pacific, Europe, Latin America, Arab Federation, and North America
- An industry panel with presentations from industry leaders on the latest IVD innovations
- Twelve educational industry workshops
- A young investigator forum with presentations from young scientists worldwide
- Scientific e-posters and virtual industry exhibits
For more details, please view the program and/or register at this link: https://ems.mzcongressi.com/start/1742/eng
Registration is €50 for all young scientists/trainees who are under 40 years old and €150 for others.
Do not miss this unique international scientific event! We look forward to seeing many of you (virtually!) at this important and timely scientific event in February.