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ISCOMS 'Call for Abstracts' (Groningen, 8-10 June 2021)

The International Student Congress Of (bio)Medical Sciences, also known as ISCOMS, is one of the world’s leading student congresses in (bio)medical sciences. ISCOMS is not just any regular congress however, it is a non-profit organisation made up of students that aims to promote student research and the international exchange of it. This year the 28th edition of the ISCOMS conferene will take place from the 8th until the 10th of June 2021 in Groningen.

Throughout our three day congress  we therefore offer a stimulating venue for student research exchange and give students the opportunity to broaden their social and scientific network. Our scientific programme includes different researches from students all over the world which are presented in poster, oral or plenary form, all in front of an international and professional audience. Along with these student sessions there will be fascinating keynote lectures and hands-on workshops. Along with a rich scientific programme we also have an elaborate social programme, filled with dinners and parties giving a chance for all the participants to get to know and have fun with each other and the ISCOMS organisation. For this years’ edition, we will make sure that all activities planned will be within the confines of the COVID-19 measures.

ISCOMS – Call for abstracts

Are you conducting (bio)medical research and are you interested in presenting your work on an international platform? Or are you simply interested in learning about the latest (bio)medical research? The International Student Congress Of (bio)Medical Sciences (ISCOMS) is the world’s leading student congress in the field of (bio)medical sciences. 

ISCOMS offers a scientific programme with a pre-course on mastering your research and congress days in which students presentations (plenary, oral, and poster), interactive workshops, a patient lecture and a surgical operation will take place.

Furthermore during the congress you can attend keynote lectures including Nobel prize winner 2019, Prof. Sir Peter J. Ratcliff, as well as Prof. Ellen Roche PhD, Prof. Marion Koopmans DVM PhD and Prof. Jaap Seidell PhD.

Are you interested in presenting your research at ISCOMS? Send in your abstract. The abstract submission is open now until the 31st of January 2021. Each student is allowed to submit up to 2 abstracts. Abstracts can be submitted on our website http://iscoms.com.

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