The IX International Scientific Conference "SCIENCE4HEALTH2018

The IX International Scientific Conference "SCIENCE4HEALTH2018

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24 - 28 Apr 2018
About the event

The event takes place annually. Students, interns, medical residents, graduate students are invited to participate. The key goal is the presentation of the works by young scientists and discussion of research results with colleagues and experts.

Within the framework of the conference an open competition of scientific works of students and young scientists, olympiads of manual skills in dentistry, surgery and pharmacy, lectures of leading scientists and companies of the world are held. The competition of scientific works is held in basic sciences, clinical sciences, dentistry and pharmacy by scientific sections. The jury of scientific sections acts as experts and participates in the discussion with young researchers. The works are evaluated against the criteria. A rating is made for each section. Competitors with the best works become prize-winners and are awarded diplomas and valuable prizes.

The Semmelweiss University (Budapest, Hungary) is a co-organizer of the conference. The official language is English.

Geography of participants: Russia, Belarus, Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Azerbaijan, Latvia, Lithuania, Estonia, Poland, Hungary, Germany, Netherlands, Bulgaria, Greece, Spain, Italy, France, Czech Republic.

Theme (agenda) of the event:

  • general medical;
  • educational.

Conditions for participation in the event: information letter

Results of the event: a collection of report abstracts of the conference participants.

 

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