We are delighted to invite you to the 18th Thoracic Oncology Winter Symposium
on Saturday 22 January 2022.
We reconnect with our succesful formula to invite key note speakers who will
present and discuss last years’ important novel insights and advances in the
management of thoracic tumours. We will convene in the large and well ventilated
downtown auditorium of BNP-Paribas in front of Rubens’ house, where standard
corona virus measures will apply.
Although some of the presentations will be by videocall, this meeting is by no means
virtual. Hence don’t miss the experience of meeting your colleagues F2F. After a half
day of great science, feel free to shop around, as the sales season is on.
We look forward to greet you in the magnificent city of Antwerp!
This interactive online course will provide participants with a comprehensive overview of ILDs, including practical guidance on which diagnostic procedures should be used in given clinical circumstances and updates on specific diseases and treatments. Part two is an exciting new addition to the virtual academy and will feature popular sessions formats such as lungs on fire and challenging clinical cases.
The course will be led by experts and will include live, round-table discussions and ILD board discussions from the on-site faculty panel in Heidelberg, Germany. Course attendees will have the opportunity to present their pre-recorded cases and discuss them with leading specialists.
Recordings of each session will be made available to registered participants after the event.
Visit the course page for more information or register to attend.
Looking at our recent past and our challenging future perspective, the “fil rouge” of the 9th edition will be “A Golden Age in Respiratory Research”. COVID-19 indicated us the urgent, indispensable, and invaluable need of a stronger commitment in our field of research: only focusing on this aspect we will be able to face properly the next emerging medical challenges.
Considering, the inputs from all 2021 attendees, partners and faculty members, they have developed a First Preliminary Programme.
You can also find more information on Lung Health 2022 (lung-health.org).
This programme is endorsed by the
The ERS Lung Science Conference 2022 is back as an in-person event ! Taking place onsite in Estoril, Portugal from 10–13 March, 2022, the conference is an opportunity to network withpeers from around the worldand hear the latestcutting-edge abstracts on novel experimental lung research, with this year’s theme focusingon ‘Mucosal immunology of the lung: balancing protective immunity and chronic inflammation’. Can’t make it in person ? There’s still the option to join online, so don’t miss out on this essential event for budding respiratory researcherslooking to boost their career !
Find out more and register at www.ersnet.org/LSC.