International Microdialysis Symposium 2021
Due to the continuously uncertain situation due to COVID-19, the organising committee has decided to postpone the 9th International Microdialysis Symposium to 08 - 10 September 2021.
We are confident that we will be able to welcome all of you to an equally productive meeting in 2021 and remain in anticipation of stimulating scientific talks, fruitful discussions and time and space to create future collaborations.
The registration website is paused until closer to the new date. All colleagues who have already registered will be reimbursed.
Welcome to the website of the 9th International Microdialysis Symposium 2021 – Development, Integration, Translation which will take place in Berlin, Germany, on 08 - 10 September 2021. This Symposium follows on the successful 8th Symposium in Uppsala, Sweden.
We welcome scientists from academia, industry and regulatory agencies for integrated discussions and exchange of experiences concerning microdialysis with focus on emerging hot topics in the
(i) development and application of the microdialysis technique and
(ii) integration and translation of microdialysis data from in vitro to in vivo extrapolation and from pre-clinical species to human. In this context, the impact of modelling & simulation shall also be emphasised.
Abstract submission is now open! Do you want to present your work which handles about the development, integration or translation of the microdialysis technique? Submit your abstract for poster or oral presentation here! We are happy to announce that awards will be given to the best poster and best young investigator presentation chosen from the abstracts!
The Symposium starts after lunch on 08 September and closes at lunchtime on 10 September. Before the symposium there's the opportunity to attend a pre-conference course. The Symposium Organising Committee would like to warmly welcome you to Berlin in September 2021!
Charlotte Kloft, Robin Michelet, Luis Ilia, Josefine Schulz, David Busse
Freie Universität Berlin
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