Bergamo, Italy : 12 - 14 February 2020
Take a look back at the 2018 edition...
150 participants from 30 countries gathered in Amsterdam for A Matter of Life or Death: From Basic Cell Death Mechanisms to Novel Cancer Treatments (01 - 03 February 2018), held in the picturesque former hidden church, De Rode Hoed.
150 participants | 30 countries represented | 75 posters presented | 6 proffered papers
100% of participants would recommend the conference to others
100% satisfaction rating for the quality of the scientific content at the conference
“I found the meeting to be one of the best I have experienced in terms of up front and on-site organization, information and friendliness. It had a great balance of experienced and younger researchers. The aura was informal and very good for interactions at all levels.”
“The conference was excellent. I felt lucky to be there with so many people who are prospering in their fields.”
“It was amazing how people interacted with each other. The small meeting was incredible to offer this opportunity.”
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