Reminder: Registration

Dear colleagues,

thank you for submitting your abstracts, the confirmation about acceptance was sent to the corresponding author via mail. We are looking forward to your presentations!

Further information and guidelines concerning your poster and/or oral presentation you find here [Link 1].

Again we want to point out that the deadline for early bird registration is Friday, 13.05.2016 - please follow the link published on our website (Registration [Link 2]) and register.

Best regards,

Monika Egerbacher & Gerhard Forstenpointner

 

Reminder: Abstract submission

Dear colleagues,

the deadline for abstract submission moves closer: Friday, 11.03.2016 (23:59). There will be NO prolonged abstract deadline!

We are looking forward to your contributions facilitating an excellent scientific meeting. On this website you can also find detailed information on abstract formats and templates to work on (Abstracts [Link ]).

For those who have to apply for scholarships or other external funding, it might be of importance to know the expected time of decisions on abstract acceptance. The organising committee aims at delivering the decision to the authors between 25.-29.04.2016.

The deadline for early bird registration is Friday, 13.05.2016 - please follow the link published on our website (Registration [Link 2]).

We are looking forward to your registration and submission!

Monika Egerbacher & Gerhard Forstenpointner

 

Registration and Abstracts

Dear colleagues,

the organising committee of the joint conference EAVA & WAHVM 2016 would like to wish you a Happy New Year!

We hope that you already highlighted the 27.-30.07.2016 in your calendar as we are looking forward to a very exciting and fruitful conference.

Abstract submission and registration started on 13.01.2016. From now on we await your contributions facilitating an excellent scientific meeting. For registration please follow the link published on our homepage (Registration [Link 3]). You can also find detailed information on abstract formats and templates to work on (Abstracts [Link ]).

For those who have to apply for scholarships or other external funding, it might be of importance to know the expected time of decisions on abstract acceptance. The organising committee aims at delivering the decision to the authors between 25.-29.04.2016.

Please ascertain that your membership fees for 2016 have been transferred to the respective society in advance (final deadline for EAVA-memberships: 31.01.2016)  – so you can register as member in good standing paying the reduced fees.

We are looking forward to your registration and submission. Your participation will give us great pleasure.

Monika Egerbacher & Gerhard Forstenpointner

 

Welcome to Vienna

Dear colleagues,

the 250th anniversary of the foundation of the Vienna School of Veterinary Medicine creates an extraordinary opportunity to invite the members of the European Association of Veterinary Anatomists (EAVA) and the World Association for the History of Veterinary Medicine (WAHVM) to a joint conference. We will be glad to present the modern premises and facilities of our university alongside with various aspects of its long and manifold history.

The 31st Conference of EAVA and the 42nd World Congress of WAHVM will take place from

                                    July 27th to July 30th, 2016

on the Campus of the Vetmeduni Vienna.

On March 24th, 1765, the Habsburg Empress Maria Theresia decided to establish a teaching school for healing livestock diseases by means of an autograph decree that marks the founding of what is now the University of Veterinary Medicine Vienna. The first curriculum was submitted by Ludovico Scotti in November 1766, and the very first class of 30 students started their educational course on January 12th, 1767. From the beginning, Anatomy was an inevitable and central part of Veterinary education and therefore a joint conference suggested itself on the occasion of our 250 year celebration.

During the conference, we will host a common session where all participants will have the opportunity to hear and discuss the history of Veterinary Medicine, Anatomy and specifically the History of the Vet School in Vienna.

Vienna not only has a long-standing tradition in Veterinary Medicine but – due to its ideal location in the centre of Europe – served as conference site since the “Congress of Vienna” in 1815. We are happy to welcome you in the capital and cultural centre of Austria providing a unique atmosphere for a fruitful and inspirational meeting.

We are looking forward to seeing you all in Vienna!

Prof. Dr. Monika Egerbacher
Chair of the local organising committee
EAVA
Prof. Dr. Gerhard Forstenpointner
Chair of the local organising committee
WAHVM