ERS-ISIAN-IRS 2020 Postponement
Dear friends and colleagues,
The latest Coronavirus data and advices from Authorities such ECDC, WHO and Governments do not allow us to safely organize ERS in June this year. For this reason we are postponing the Congress to next year 8 -11 May 2021.
We hope to meet you all then safe and healthy and in good spirits to have a scientific meeting where Rhinologists from all over the world can meet.
We hope that the crisis will pass quickly so that soon we can return to a normal life, and will be able to welcome you all next year in Thessaloniki for the ERS 2021.
We look forward to welcoming you to this four day event, packed with plenary sessions, symposia, instructional sessions, roundtable discussions, debates, workshops and much more!
The Thessaloniki Concert Hall carries the name of a radiant city and adorns it with a unique edifice. Since its inception in 2000, it has recorded numerous successful productions.
Don't miss this unique opportunity!
Join many others in Thessaloniki.
Abstract Submission in now Closed
The Most Anticipated
Event of the Year
President ERS-ISIAN-IRS 2020
Secretary General ERS
We would like to invite you to the upcoming 28th Congress of the European Rhinologic Society in conjunction with the 39th Congress of the International Society of Inflammation and Allergy of the Nose (ISIAN) and 21st Congress of the International Rhinologic Society (IRS). The event is scheduled to be held on 21-25 June 2020 in the Mediterranean waterfront city of Thessaloniki in Greece – an historic, multicultural and metropolitan venue on the Balkan peninsula.
We are preparing an exciting scientific program, translating new basic knowledge to clinical practice focusing on new diagnostic and therapeutic tools.
Our theme, “The nose across the lifespan” will provide fruitful and productive discussion for all rhinologists and will incorporate lectures from other subspecialties of otorhinolaryngology and allied specialties.
In the city of Thessaloniki and its surroundings you will find ancient roman, byzantine, ottoman and Jewish monuments! The area combines history with natural beauty with mount Olympus, gorges, monasteries and clear sea waters. The opportunity to enjoy Greek hospitality, culture and cuisine will be a unique experience.
Following the Greek proverb “one bee alone does not make honey”, let’s meet in Thessaloniki and promote new developments and advances in Rhinology.
We look forward to welcoming you to Thessaloniki.