President of the EMOP 2024 Organizing Committee
PROPOSALS OF THE WORKSHOPS AND SYMPOSIUMS:
New trends in parasitological diagnostics, Teaching-learning new approaches in parasitology, Acroparasitology, Trichinellosis, What about traditional helminthology?
DISTRIBUTING OF ABSTRACTS:
Proceedings on pendrives, and additional special issue of Annals of Parasitology
(Journal of Polish Parasitological Society, on-line).
Lunch symposium with sponsors / companies presentation “Prettier side of parasites” - exhibition for citizens and tourists
Wrocław, located in the southwest part of Poland, is a vibrant, historic city on the forefront of change in the New Europe. It is an academic centre with 27 institutions of higher education and 140,000 students. It is also a dynamic business centre with the economy increasingly based on new technologies and innovation. The city’s history is a mishmash of varied cultural influences in a place that was at different times claimed by Prussia, Austria, Germany and, of course, Poland. Thanks to its history the city has become an open-minded, creative centre for international business and culture. International investments and entrepreneurship thrive in Wrocław and Lower Silesia. Wrocław is one of the most rapidly developing centres of culture on the cultural map of Poland and Europe.