ECTRIMS Summer School 2019

The ECTRIMS Summer School 2019 took place in Dublin, Ireland from 18 – 20 June 2019. ECTRIMS has initiated an annual programme of Summer Schools to organise and support timely international scientific/clinical meetings on topics of interest and importance in MS.

 

What our Clients says

I find in Congrex Switzerland a reliable partner for all aspects related to the management of our association. The ECTRIMS events, workshops and summer schools as well as the annual meeting are a great success year on year which is thanks to the managers and staff of Congrex Switzerland who act professionally and establish an excellent report with the Executive Committee and Council.

We delivered the following Services

Characteristics

The European Committee for Treatment and Research in Multiple Sclerosis (ECTRIMS) is a non-profit organisation and an independent representative European-wide organisation devoted to multiple sclerosis (MS).

More References in City: Amsterdam

Want to know more?

Please feel free to contact us to find out more about the conference, our client and the challenges we had to master.

Phone: +41 61 686 77 77
E-Mail: info@congrex.com

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