Call for Abstracts

Participation and Registration is free

Dear Dr/Prof./Student,

The International Multithematic Conference 2021 will be held at the School of Medicine, European University Cyprus on Nov. 18-20th.

This event aims at gathering the best experts and will enable the delegates to attend high quality presentations and talks.

 

Scientific field focus: Cardiology, Cancer research and new treatment approaches, Neurodegenerative diseases and new therapies, Urology, Pain, Diabetes, genetics, metabolomics, Pain, Diabetes, Genetics, Metabolomics.

Poster session is included.

 

Key Note Speakers

Prof. Dr Nadir Arber (Israel Covid-19 Drag)

Prof. Dr John Ioannides (Stanford)

Prof. Dr Sotirios Tsiodras (university of Athens)

 

Plenary Speakers:

To be announced.

 

Publication: "Biomedical Scientific Cyprus (BSC)" (ISBN - Abstract Book)

Venue: European University Cyprus, School of Medicine 

Abstracts for poster presentations are invited on any Biomedical scientific topic and should be submitted using the emails that follow. A selected number of abstracts will be accepted for oral presentation based on their scientific merits. You will be notified by email.

 

Important Dates
Abstract submission deadline
(in word format)
October 27th, 2021
Acceptance Notification 2 - 3 weeks after submission
Registration Anytime by email that follows
Name, Affiliation, telephone, email
Notice: please write down your phone number in email when you submit your abstracts

         

We remain available for any further information you may need.

We look forward to receiving your submission.

Submit your Abstract

 

Contact Information:

Ioannis Patrikios: + 357 99097856, +357 22 559417, +357 22 559410

Anastasis Stephanou:  +357 22 559410, +357 22 559412

 

Founder and Organizer

Chairman

Professor Dr Ioannis Patrikios, School of Medicine,

European University Cyprus, Nicosia Cyprus

 

Co-Chairmen

Professor Dr Anastasis Stephanou, School of Medicine,

European University Cyprus, Nicosia Cyprus

Professor Dr Elisabeth Johnson, University of Athens and School of Medicine,

European University Cyprus, Nicosia Cyprus