Czech-American organisation of conference on environmental diseases.

Achievements | November 26, 2015
Czech-American organisation of conference on environmental diseases.

Environmental pollution is increasing worldwide, and exposure to environmental pollutants and associated disease risks is a complex phenomenon. In regards to this, the Central and Eastern European Conference on Health and Environment (CEECHE 2016) will be held April 10 – 14, 2016 in Hotel Diplomat, Prague. The main objective of CEECHE 2016 organised under the Czech-American collaboration, is to better define the complex but common links between health and environment, particularly within CEE countries.

Since 2004, CEECHE conferences are being held biannually at venues across Central and Eastern Europe. Prague´s conference will be hosted by the Institute of Experimental Medicine and organisationally supported by the University of Kentucky (USA).
 
The meeting will outline the current research related to the prevention of environmental disease with a major focus on lifestyle choices/interventions that an individual can make to lessen their risk of pollutant-induced diseases.
 
C-IN is honoured to provide CEECHE 2016 with full PCO services including scientific and social program and registration of more than 250 expected participants. After EEMGS 2015 this summer, C-IN further develops with pleasure the cooperation with specialists in this field.
 

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