Jerusalem or Tel Aviv?

C-IN Team | August 04, 2015
Jerusalem or Tel Aviv?

The C-IN team member, who is responsible for the preparation of conferences for I-BFM SG, prestigious medical forum in the research of childhood leukemia, is currently mapping destination in Israel for the conference in 2017. Together with representatives of the I-BFM, we are deciding between historical Jerusalem and the modern city of Tel Aviv.

After long-term cooperation with Profesor Starý and successfully organised conferences of I-BFM SG in Kiel 2013, Prague 2014 and Budapest this year followed by Athens next year, it is time already necessary secure the destination for 2017. The I-BFM Organising Committee made the decision for Israel to be the future conference venue. At the moment, it is time to map the most suitable locations followed by the planning of a variety activities, which will lead to the conference itself.  

This site-inspection is a part of the highly valued Core PCO partnership between the I-BFM SG and C-IN, which has been officially extended this year. The C-IN team is thrilled to continue with its ongoing cooperation, especially because I-BFM SG represents one of the best international forums for collaborative clinical and translational research in childhood cancers.  

The IBFM Study Group is a closed conference for invited specialists in the field of childhood leukemia. The meeting serves as a forum for discussing contemporary progress in research, diagnostics and treatment of childhood leukemias and lymphomas failures.

 

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