Dear Friends and Colleagues,
I have the pleasure to invite you to join the 54th Annual Scientific Meeting of the European Society for Clinical Investigation (ESCI), in Bari, overlooking the Adriatic Sea, in the beating historical heart of the Mediterranean Europe!
Why attend Bari ESCI 2020 Annual Scientific Meeting?
ESCI was founded in 1967, with the mission of merging clinicians and scientists across Europe working in the multi-disciplinary field of biomedical research. Indeed, its journal, the European Journal of Clinical Investigation, offers the best of basic, translational, and clinical science.
With the idea of “Bridging Gaps in Aging, Translational, and Transitional Research”, we will address several topics with the help of international scientists, young research fellows and their mentors from many countries and backgrounds. ESCI is committed to update your knowledge, to share your expertise with colleagues from around the world, to access cutting-edge research with scientific vision and mission. For young scientists, ESCI provides special membership fees, travel grants and awards while enjoying several multidisciplinary top-tier sessions and lectures, including the prestigious Albert Struyvenberg Medal 2020. The mission is to make ESCI greater, stronger, and to support the growing generations of young researchers. In other words “To encourage excellent, honest, highly innovative and sound clinical science through collaborations and mobility of young investigators across Europe and worldwide”