September 11-14, 2013, Ancient Olympia, Greece
The 8th Congress of the International Association for the History of Nephrology (IAHN) will be held in Ancient Olympia, Greece, on September 11-14, 2013.
Website of the Association: http://www.iahn.info/
Website of the 8th Congress: http://www.8thiahncongress2013.com/
If you would like to submit a proposal or attend the conference, please do get in touch with Dr Athanasios Diamandopoulos, IAHN President-elect, and President of the Organizing Committee. His email is: firstname.lastname@example.org
If you would like to submit a nomination for the Kinne-Saffran Lectureship, which is awarded by the IAHN on the occasion of every Congress, please do follow the instruction listed on our link, http://www.iahn.info/pb/wp_ae1b5d06/wp_ae1b5d06.html, or contact the following email address: email@example.com.
The lectureship is aimed to support young scientists – nephrologists interested in History and historians interested in Nephrology alike, who have recently contributed to the field of the History of Nephrology.
The Lectureship covers the expenses (up to US$ 2,000) to attend the IAHN Congress, where the recipient will present a lecture.
Please, do take a moment to check the website of the association, which can be found at http://iahn.info/index.html,
as new information has been recently posted about the Call for Papers and the Organizing Committees (http://www.iahn.info/pb/wp_996d5117/wp_996d5117.html).
Venue and Accommodation: http://www.iahn.info/pb/wp_8733c41e/wp_8733c41e.html
More detailed information on the scientific and social programs will come soon.
Many thanks for your attention and best wishes, Emanuela Appetiti CEO, Institute for the Preservation of Medical Traditions (http://medicaltraditions.org/) Washington, DC and Manager of the IAHN Website (http://www.iahn.info/index.html).
Posted: September 12, 2013