Jerusalem will play host to several major medical and scientific conferences this year. The Society for the Study of Inborn Errors of Metabolism (SSIEM) joins the Society for Metabolic Diseases to host their annual symposium from August 29th to September 1st in Jerusalem.
The JCVB together with the Society for Metabolic Diseases are set to welcome hundreds of participants from around the world to Jerusalem who will attend sessions devoted to the latest developments in neurometabolism, advances in therapeutic modalities and more. The conference is scheduling a wide variety of symposia, workshops and lectures which will hopefully lead to collaboration among leaders in patient care, nutrition research, pharmacy, allied health professionals and palliative care.
The World Congress of Endourology and Uro-technology (WCET) is scheduled to host their international conference in Jerusalem from October 23 to 27, 2023.
The theme of the WCET meeting is ‘Innovations – where it all began” and features distinguished speakers, cutting-edge research presentations, panel discussions, live videos of surgeries and the latest in technology.
Returning to Jerusalem for its 40th anniversary, the WCET is confident the conference will be a stimulating and valuable scientific program of lectures focusing on the latest advances in the field as well as debates, panel discussion, video sessions and the latest information about minimally invasive surgery, focal therapy and medical strategies in treating benign and malignant urologic conditions.
The congress promises to be a unique opportunity to exchange knowledge, ideas and most successful practices in the rapidly evolving field of endourology and uro-technology. Featured speakers from all over the world are leaders in these disciplines who will specifically address the needs of different healthcare systems and local resources.
Some 2,000 participants, from newcomers to seasoned experts traditionally attend these conferences taking advantage of this rare opportunity to connect with experts, practitioners, trainees and friends from across the globe and learn how the sharing of ideas, technology and techniques can improve minimally invasive procedures and care world-wide.