Jerusalem to host two international medical conferences focused on biochemistry and innovation in September.
Jerusalem is Israel’s leading city with such a strong concentration of life science companies and medical research labs. Rooted in top international academic and research institutions, staffed by highly educated and skilled teams and operating within an environment that inspires innovation, Jerusalem is an innovative force answering today’s healthcare challenges.
Boasting a developed infrastructure that combines research and innovation, Jerusalem is an ideal location for conferences in the fields of life sciences.
Next week, two international medical conferences will be hosted in Jerusalem bringing over 2,000 participants to the city.
Recognized as one Europe’s largest organizations in molecular life sciences, the 42nd Federation of European Biochemical Societies (FEBS) Congress will bring over 1600 participants to Jerusalem.
The FEBS Congress aims to provide an outstanding international forum in the area of Europe and neighboring regions for the face to face exchange of knowledge and ideas across the molecular life sciences.
The broad subject coverage of the Congress and its size provide an excellent setting for participants to gain valuable insight into progress in research areas beyond their own. In addition, a range of special sessions aim to engage participants on wider issues, such as teaching in the molecular life sciences, and science and society questions. A commercial exhibition provides additional interest.
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As the FEBS Congress will explore new aspects of biomedical research, mHealth Israel will bring 400 of world’s sharpest minds, startups, and tech companies to shape the future of global medical innovation.
mHealth Israel Founder Levi Shapiro stated “Based on the comprehensive mHealth Israel database, it is clear that Jerusalem is experiencing a boom in life science and Medtech investment and startups. Jerusalem offers the perfect setting for global C-level decision makers to meet innovative startups from across Israel, Europe and the US.”
As Israel’s largest medical technology conference, mHealth Israel is bringing an impressive bill of international speakers including:
- Nicola Blackwood, Former Health Minister, UK
- Hal Wolf, CEO of HIMSS
- Lucas Josten, Vice President, Digital Health at Deutsche Telecom
- Laure Maillant, Technical Advisor in digital innovation at the French Ministry of Health
In one week, 2,000 global conference participants will converge in Jerusalem. The city will serve as a hub of medical innovation and research, bringing together leading international experts and many young researchers.
In addition to the two life science conferences being hosted in Jerusalem, the inspiring atmosphere of Jerusalem will certainly stimulate exciting collaborative opportunities for all involved.