Semmelweis University, a major medical university in Central Europe will organize a 3-day international scientific conference focusing on innovations in medicine, on 9–11 October, 2014, in Budapest.
The aim of the conference is to showcase the latest results of interventional cardiology, interventional neurology, personalized medicine, bionics and future medicine.
On the third day of the conference (11 October), a public event will also take place. The aim of the public event is to disseminate the newest scientific results in an easily perceivable way.
The chairman of the conference is Professor Ágoston Szél, rector of Semmelweis University. The head of the scientific committee is Professor Mária Judit Molnár, vice-rector of Semmelweis University.
Scientific conference & public event
What are the benefits of personalized medicine?
Can we really manage Parkinson’s disease with implanted electrodes in the brain?
How can a cardiologist treat a patient with acute myocardial infarction?
Certainly, the public laymen are very interested in these questions and unfortunately, there are rare opportunities for the researchers and the industry to share their results with the public.
Imagine an event where this will happen. A playhouse for medical and scientific miracles, where an average visitor can try the surgeons’ tools, touch a CT-imaging device, get a sneak peek of the evolution of pacemakers for the early days until today. The pharma companies, researchers and the industrial partners will be able to showcase their results, devices and products.