It is our tradition in Neuroimmunology Society to collaborate and communicate our research with our colleagues abroad, for the benefit of all sides. This tradition has been kept over many years, and led to the development of strong ties with many countries, but especially with the Greek and the Italian societies, which,together with ours,are among the oldest in the world. Following the success of the Israel-Italian meeting and the Greek-Israel meeting in the past.  We decided at our last congress (2014) to proceed in the organization of a joint Israel-Greek-Italian meeting at  the wonderful venue of Crete, Greece in June 11-14, 2015.

According to our tradition, we intend to combine science at the highest level with spiritual aspects, and exploring the Cretan heritage of the area and enjoyment of the “Greek way”.

The number of places is rather limited, so please let the organizing office (ORTRA) know if you intend to participate. It is also advised to arrange your annual membership of the Israeli Society of Neuroimmunology, in order to receive the lowered price of the package.

The deadline for Abstracts submission is the 30th of April, 2015.

In this meeting, world leaders in the field are going to participate and give lectures, including (tentative list): Prof. Ludwig Kappos, Prof. Giancarlo Comi, Prof. Marinos Dalakas, Prof. Socrates Tzartos, Prof. Gianvito Martino, Prof. Antonio Uccelli, Prof. Michal Schwartz, Prof. Yehuda Shoenfeld, Prof. Renato Montegazza, Prof. Carlo Avolio and many others (including, of course, the most prominent researchers and neuroimmunologists in Israel).

On behalf of our committee, the Greek (HELANI) academy and the Italian Society for Neuroimmunology, I welcome your participation to in meeting. Let's work all together for a successful and unforgettable event !

Prof. Dimitrios Karussis, MD, PhD

President of the Israeli Society of Neuroimmunology

(On behalf of the committee of the Israeli Society, The Greek (HELANI) academy and the Italian Society for Neuroimmunology

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