organised by the Hungarian Division of the International Academy of Pathology
Siófok, May 14-16, 2012
The Hungarian Division of the International Academy of Pathology kindly invites you to the 7th Central European Regional Meeting / Technology Transfer in Diagnostic Pathology to be held in Siófok, Hungary, May 14-16, 2012. The event, which is part of the very successful series of meetings about technology transfer in diagnostic pathology, will focus on the hot issues in molecular pathology. The scientific sessions will be followed by an attractive social program.
As a further attraction, the Conference will be followed in the same venue by the 2nd Pannonia Congress of Pathology organized by six Central Eastern European pathology societies from 17th to 19th of May hosted by the Hungarian Society of Pathology offering a comprehensive program of Pathology Week in Hungary (www.kmcongress.com/pw2012.php).
|President Elect||Zsolt Orosz|
8600 Siófok, Erkel Ferenc utca 2/B
The wonderful Mediterranean style Azúr Hotel is the largest conference and wellness centre on the southern shore of the Lake Balaton. The conference division is uniquely equipped with technology, while the wellness centre ensures the rejuvenation of body and soul. The brand new games centre and the culinary pleasures of the restaurant make the hotel a perfect location for those arriving with families.
Lake Balaton is the largest freshwater lake in Central Europe. Siófok has always played a leading role in the Southern Transdanubian region – first military and commercial later as a resort. Major hotels were constructed at the turn of the 19th-20th centuries, and the place became a popular spa for artists, actors and the upper-middle class of Budapest.
Today Siófok is an important touristic centre, ‘the capital of the Lake Balaton’. The city pampers visitors with flowers, parks, statues and Hungarian hospitality.
Driving directions to Azúr Hotel
Turn off the M7 motorway at the 105 kilometre stone and from there go toward the centre or the sailing boat harbour – going straight at each junction. After you cross the rail tracks, the gate of the hotel is 200 meters from the corner of Vitorlás and Erkel Ferenc streets.
László Kopper, Budapest, Hungary
András Matolcsy, Budapest, Hungary
Valerie Paradis, Beaujon, France
Helmut Popper, Graz, Austria
Zsuzsa Schaff, Budapest, Hungary
Peter Schirmacher, Heidelberg, Germany
József Tímár, Budapest, Hungary
Chairman: József Tímár
Members: Erzsébet Rásó, Péter Becságh