Dear Colleagues and Friends,
It will be an enormous pleasure to welcome you to Athens and to finally meet again in person. Over the last three years we have exchanged and met virtually to stay up to date and continue sharing our knowledge and research but there is no doubt that meeting in person brings an entirely different and more rewarding dimension to any congress.
This year’s programme pays special attention to creating full involvement for everyone participating on-site. The programme is compact and busy to fit into one track so you can attend all sessions. We start early on Thursday 20th April and end at 18:00 on Friday 21st so can catch a late flight home or stay on in Athens and enjoy a spring break. There will be plenty of time to catch more casually on Thursday evening.
If you are not able to travel to Athens, please join our experts through virtual registration. All sessions will be available on demand-for all delegates.
In addition to the two-day programme, there is a Saturday morning on-site only workshop that focuses on research in PBM and successfully getting your work accepted for publication in leading journals. This morning workshop is optional and limited in numbers, an additional small fee is charged to delegates. Young researchers who have not been able to join the congress may register separately.
We are eager to be in Athens and to once again unite the PBM Community from every continent.
Prof Jens Meier
Prof Sigismond Lasoski
Chair, NATA Scientific Committee
Registration Open: 25 November 2022
Industry participation open: please contact email@example.com
Abstract Submission open: 14 November 2022
Deadline Abstract Submission: 14 February 2023
Early-bird Registration deadline: 15 March 2023
Regular Registration deadline: 14 April 2023