Scientific press info

  • 31.01.2019International pharmacology congress in Vienna

    Medizinprodukte, DIA 2019, Austria Center Vienna

    Brexit is fast becoming reality: the United Kingdom is set to leave the EU in eight weeks. Although its departure was settled in a referendum held in June 2016, there are still a number of procedural uncertainties regarding medicines and healthcare products that need to be addressed before the deadline on 29 March. As a result, this will doubtless be one of the topics under discussion at the DIA EMEA 2019 (Drug Information Association Europe, Middle East, Africa) congress from 5-7 February, when many of the key figures from the international healthcare products and pharmaceuticals industries meet at the Austria Center Vienna.  
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  • 18.10.2018World’s largest gastroenterologist congress coming to Vienna

    UEG Week 2018 Reizdarm

    The world’s largest specialist gastroenterological congress will take place in the capital from 20-24 October. Chaired by an Austrian, the scientific committee has drawn up a broad-based programme related to diseases of the digestive tract and its related organs. Core themes include bowel cancer as well as the intestinal microbiome and its influence on the human body and psyche.  read more

  • 25.09.2018Paradigm shift in cancer therapy – 
    leading international researchers meet in Vienna


    Major strides have been made in the field of cancer research recently: the latest therapies now make it possible to treat cases of leukaemia that had previously been deemed incurable. From 28 September to 2 October, more than 5,000 international cancer specialists will converge on the Austria Center Vienna for the annual meeting of the German-speaking countries’ hematology and medical oncology societies, to discuss the latest treatment approaches and outcomes. 
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  • Wien, 11.09.2018New hope for patients with Huntington’s disease –
    Congress brings researchers and sufferers together in Vienna


    Huntington’s disease is an incurable genetic brain disorder. From 14-16 September the European Huntington’s Disease Network will meet at the Austria Center Vienna to discuss the latest breakthroughs that could point towards a future cure. It also gives patients and their families living with the disease practical help and the chance to find out more about the condition at a series of ‘meet the expert’ events.  read more