organised by the Hungarian Division of the International Academy of Pathology
Eger, June 1-3, 2006
The Hungarian Division of the International Academy of Pathology kindly invites you to the 1st Central European Regional Meeting / Technology Transfer in Diagnostic Pathology to be held in Eger, Hungary, June 1-3, 2006. The event, which is the first one in the series of meetings about technology transfer in diagnostic pathology, will focus on liver and pancreatic diseases. The scientific sessions will be followed by an attractive social program.
Beautiful surroundings, impressive atmosphere, wine growing, city of spas and hospitality of its citizens, this is the town of Eger today.
The history of the town goes back to the 11th century. Since then Eger has always played an important role in the history of Hungary. Eger Castle and the delicate minaret remind us of the fight against Turkish rule in the 17th century. Eger has been a significant centre of the church for centuries being an archbishopric since 1804.
Wineries cannot go without mention when talking about Eger. One of the best-known and most prestigious wines produced in the region around the town is the claret, Eger Bull’s Blood. In the Valley of the Fair Woman, where the wine cellars and taverns are, visitors are always welcome for wine tasting.
Eger became a health resort in the Middle Ages and the spas remained popular throughout the centuries.
|Past President||Anna Kádár|
Honorary president: Károly Lapis
Pierre Bedossa (Paris, France)
Helmut Denk (Graz, Austria)
Valeer Desmet (Leuven, Belgium)
Vera Ferlan-Marolt (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Balázs Járay (Budapest, Hungary)
András Kiss (Budapest, Hungary)
Günther Klöppel (Kiel, Germany)
Alex Knisely (London, UK)
Thomas Longerich (Heidelberg, Germany)
Péter Nagy (Budapest, Hungary)
Zsuzsa Schaff (Budapest, Hungary)
Peter Schirmacher (Heidelberg, Germany)
Bence Sipos (Kiel, Germany)
Zsuzsanna Szabó (Budapest, Hungary)
Eszter Székely (Budapest, Hungary)
Attila Zalatnai (Budapest, Hungary)
Chairman: Zsuzsa Schaff
Members: Anna Kádár, András Kiss, István Vadnay, Attila Zalatnay
Hotel Eger & Park
Eger, Szálloda út 1-3. H-3300
Hotel Eger & Park is situated in the town centre. The Park Hotel was built in late baroque style at the beginning of the 20th century, while Eger Hotel and the connecting new wing are modern. The complex has been refurbished recently to meet the requirements of the 21st century including a relaxing and pampering wellness centre. The Conference Hall is equipped with all modern facilities.