It will be a unique honour and pleasure to host the IALM 2020 Symposium, in Ioannina, Greece, on May 26-29, 2020.
The city of Ioannina, the capital and largest city of Epirus, is located in North-Western Greece and is built on the western shore of lake Pamvotis. The lake and its small island, the monuments of the city such as the Castle and old mansions, Monasteries, Mosques, and Synagogue, will further enhance the enthusiasm of the delegates and thus the participation and success of the Symposium.
The Symposium will be organized by the Hellenic Society of Forensic Medicine & Forensic Science (HSFM & FS) and will have the full support of the University of Ioannina, as well as of the local, regional and ministerial authorities. Our aim is to gather prestigious scientists and International Scientific Societies working in the field of forensic and bio-medicolegal sciences and to share ideas, strategies and scientific research updates with other countries. The Scientific Program will focus on latest developments, innovations, and future trends of various forensic disciplines, hence the title “Science and Justice through Research and Innovation: An Interdisciplinary Symposium”.
We cordially invite you to attend the IALM 2020 Symposium, in Ioannina, and are confident that you will enjoy a high-level scientific event, combined with the opportunity to meet colleagues from around the world, to be inspired for new collaborations, and to have a wonderful time!
On behalf of the Local Organizing Committee,
Prof. Theodore Vougiouklakis
IALM 2020 Symposium President
Dear Colleagues and delegates,
It is our great pleasure to welcome you to Istanbul for the 4th Regional International Association of Forensic Toxicologists (TIAFT) Meeting in Turkey between 31st August–2nd September 2020 on behalf of the Turkish Society of Forensic and Clinical Toxicology and TIAFT.
After Izmir, Antalya and Cappadocia, this year’s venue is legendary Istanbul. Istanbul is not only Turkey's the most developed and largest city but also is full of ancient heritage and contemporary developments with the endless variety that fascinates the visitors, along with excellent transport links.
This meeting, with an innovative and forward-looking scientific agenda, will create opportunities for the forensic scientists, criminal specialists, police, lawyers, pharmacologists and toxicologists to share the latest research findings and to collaborate in view of recent advancements on the forensic toxicology. Participants will be able to present their experiences, explore new directions and debate topics in forensic toxicology and related forensic science.
The meeting will be complemented by an exciting social program to experience the history, culture and hospitality of our host venue. Istanbul has a mild lovely Mediterranean climate at this period-beginning of the September, so this will be an opportunity to see colleagues and make new friends where Europe and Asia meet. Hope to welcome you with enjoyable and amazing two-continent views.
We cordially invite all of you to make the meeting an event to remember together in Istanbul.
With Warmest Regards
Serap Annette AKGÜR
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