53rd European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) Annual Meeting
Sep 11 - 15, 2017
EUR €750.00
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53rd European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) Annual Meeting

53rd European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) Annual Meeting

Sep 11 - 15, 2017   |   Olivais, Lisboa  Portugal
 

Conference Summary

53rd European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) Annual Meeting is organized by European Association for the study of Diabetes (EASD) and would be held during Sep 11 - 15, 2017 at Feira Internacional de Lisboa, Olivais, Lisboa, Portugal.

Additional Details will be posted as soon as they are available.

Registration Desk

Contact No. : +49-211-758 4690
Email :
secretariat@easd.org

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Registration

Registration Type Due Date Price
Non-Member - Early Registraion 10 Jul,2017 EUR 750.00
Paid-up Members of EASD - Early Registration 10 Jul,2017 EUR 485.00
Paid-up Members of EASD - Post Doc/Fellow/Allied Health Professional/Nurse - Early Registration 10 Jul,2017 EUR 180.00
Paid-up Members of EASD - Presenters of an accepted abstracts - Early Registration 10 Jul,2017 EUR 180.00
Paid-up Members of EASD - Student - Early Registration 10 Jul,2017 EUR 95.00

Venue Address

Feira Internacional de Lisboa
R. Bojador, 1998-010 Santa Maria dos Olivais
Olivais, Lisboa, Portugal

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About Organizer
The European Association for the Study of Diabetes (EASD) was founded in Montecatini, Italy in 1965 with Dr. Joseph Hoet as Founding President.

The Association is based on individual membership and embraces scientists, physicians, laboratory workers, nurses and students from all over the world who are interested in diabetes and related subjects. An Active Member is an individual holding a medical degree or a scientific worker with an academic degree who has paid the current annual membership fee. Members are entitled to vote at the General Assembly, which is held during the Annual Meeting and are eligible for election to the Council and to the Executive Committee. Membership also provides the possibility of attending the Annual Meetings of the Association at a considerably reduced registration fee. Active members receive monthly the official journal of the Association, Diabetologia, which publishes articles on clinical and experimental diabetes and metabolism. In addition there are rapid communications and review articles on selected topics of current interest by leading experts in the field.

The annual membership fees are at present Euro 67.00 for those younger than 35 years and Euro 100.00 for those older than 35 years. The Student membership fee is Euro 36.00. All paid-up members receive information on the activities of the Association by a monthly Newsletter sent by e-mail. Information on the prizes and awards offered by the Association is included in the News Section of the journal Diabetologia, as are the reports on those who have received the awards. All of this information is also available online.

The Active Membership of the Association currently numbers more than 7,000 individuals from over 110 countries throughout the world. The Association also bestows Honorary Membership on any individual whose medical or scientific contribution to diabetes research has been outstanding; the first Honorary Member of the Association was Charles Best.
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