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Symposiums (SBIMC)

SYMPOSIUMS PLANIFIES

NAC WEBINAR 24IEME SEPTEMBRE 2021 (en collaboration avec BAPCOC, la SBIMC et Sciensano): NEW DEFINITIONS AND GUIDELINES IN EUCAST .

 

BVIKM WEBINAR JUNE 1ST 2021

Presentations.

INTERDISCIPLINARY SYMPOSIUM ON COVID-19

TheCOVID-19 global pandemic has disrupted nearly all aspects of modernlife, while long-term psychological, socio-economic and health aspectsremain unknown. Four Belgian professional societies [BELVIR (BelgianSociety for Virology), BSM (Belgian Society for Microbiology), BIS(Belgian Immunological Society) and BVIKM-SBIMC (Belgian Society forInfectiology and Clinical Microbiology)], with the support of VIB(Flemish Institute for Biotechnology) and FNRS (National Fund forScientific Research) have joined forces in the organisation of an online, free interdisciplinary symposium COVID-19 on June 24th 2021.

Followingsessions will be presented, which will provide the participant with acomprehensive summary of contemporary knowledge on COVID-19.

Ascherry on the cake, Professor Stanley Perlman (University of Iowa, USA)who is an eminent specialist in coronavirus research and who is one ofthe leading academic voices on SARS-CoV-2, will provide a keynoteclosing lecture to share his view on current and potential futureoutbreaks of coronaviruses.

Thevirtual poster haal, meet-the-speaker sessions and virtual coffeebreaks will present plenty of opportunities to connect with each other.

Wehope to meet you online (on June 24th) on this excitinfg day of scienceand progress. Registration is mandatory but free of charge and ispossible using this link  (with detailed information about the program).

We warmly encourage you to submit your own work on COVID-19 as abstract for oral and poster presentations.

 

 

 

SYMPOSIUMS PASSES

 

COURS PLANIFIES

Cours Interuniversitaire en Infectiologie et Microbiologie 2021 - 2023 [commence le 7 octobre 2021, organisé conjointement par l'Unversité Libre de Bruxelles (ULB), l'Université Catholique de Louvain (UCL) et l'Université de Liège (ULg)].

 

Première annonce de la Formation Interuniversitaire Permanente en Infectiologie Clinique et Microbiologie Médicale avec Certificat [septembre 2021 - mai 2022, organisée conjointement par la VUB (Vrije universiteit Brussel), la KUL (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven), l' UGent (Universiteit Gent), l'UA (Universiteit Antwerpen), le Jessaziekenhuis (Hasselt) et l'ITM (Insitut de Médecine Tropicale, Anvers).