The 46th ISOBM Congress has the aim to bring together scientists active in all fields of basic and clinical research in Oncology, in order to optimize clinical results in cancer prevention, diagnosis and therapy.
The landmark building of “President Hotel” welcomes you, offering an elegant, central and comfortable stay during the 46th ISOBM Congress.
Greece has been home to medicine, as ancient Greek medicine is the basis of modern scientific medicine. Greece is the country of Hippocrates and many other ancient physicians and scientists.
As Co-chairs of the 2019 International Society of Oncology and Biomarkers (ISOBM) International Congress, we invite you to participate in the exciting event. The Congress will take place in the wonderful city of Athens, Greece, November 1-4, 2019. Athens is a vibrant, international city with a wide range of highly exiting places to visit, including its unparalleled archeological grounds and museums.
The conference will be of value to cancer researchers, clinical (bio)chemists, oncologists, diagnostics companies and pharma companies.
We offer travel grants to young investigators who are interested in presenting at this meeting. Please visit the congress website on how to apply.
As it is customary, the 46th ISOBM Congress will cover all aspects of biomarkers in oncology, from discovery to validation and clinical use. Many new technological and clinical aspects will be covered, including precision medicine, immunotherapy, personalized biomarkers, omics’ technologies, etc. In addition to the state-of-the-art scientific program we will also have an exciting social program for participants and their spouses. The highlight will be an evening of live traditional Greek music, performed by one of the most famous folk Greek composers and his band.
We are looking forward to seeing you, your colleagues and families in Athens, Greece for a wonderful scientific meeting and an overall enjoyable experience. Please visit the congress website for more details www.isobm2019.com
With best wishes,
Dr. Eleftherios P. Diamandis, Dr. Andreas Scorilas