Education | January 31st, 2019
10th Dresden Symposium & ESPR Spring School on 7-9 March 2019
On delivery room management, asphyxia, hypothermia and stem cell research
It has become a tradition among the Paediatric community in Dresden to start spring season by discussing recent advances and future development in the field of postnatal adaptation, perinatal brain damage and regenerative therapies.
Therefore, we would like to cordially invite you to celebrate the 10th 'Dresden Symposium'. This is organised as a collaboration between the Spring School of the European Society for Paediatric Research (ESPR) and the Carl Gustav Carus University Clinic from 7-9 March 2019.
The Dresden Symposium provides a unique platform for scientific exchange for you as a clinician or researcher to learn about delivery room management, asphyxia, hypothermia and stem cell research.
On Thursday and Friday, you will have many opportunities for detailed discussions with participants and our distinguished speakers, who present current scientific data and share their practical experiences.
On Saturday, you can join our hands-on courses which cover different aspects of delivery room management.
To make the symposium as interactive as possible, the number of participants is restricted. If you cannot come to Dresden, you will have the unique opportunity of listening to the speakers and participating in the discussion via internet life-stream.
The programme is organised to make it a great event for you. Thus, you are cordially invited to become an active part of the meeting and to present your video, meet the expert and discuss stem cell sciences or your clinical case.
For more information, please consult the official invitation and the scientific programme (please scroll down).
We are looking forward to meeting you in Dresden coming March.