We announce with pleasure the 21st Annual Meeting of the International Scientific Working Group on TBE (ISW-TBE), which takes place from May 16 – May 17, 2019 in Vienna, Austria. The venue of the meeting is the Hotel Imperial Riding School, Renaissance Hotel Vienna, Ungargasse 60, 1030 Vienna, Austria

Topic of the meeting: “ISW-TBE: Record year 2018”
The ISW-TBE Symposium is only accessible to certified healthcare professionals, industry representatives and other stakeholders in science.

By registration you confirm your participation as a delegate from one of these ­categories and that you will not knowingly allow access to the congress to anyone outside this community or children.


Online Registration for the 21st ISW-TBE Meeting 2019 is *CLOSED*

The registration process is easily completed in a few steps, please insert your ­received invitation-code first and confirm


Hotel Reservation

There is a limited number of hotel rooms in the Imperial Riding School, Renaissance Hotel Vienna available. Hotel rate is € 141.- including breakfast and taxes, double room for single use. However you can choose another hotel as well.
Please proceed as follows:
a) book the hotel directly via the following link: Reservation Imperial Riding School, Renaissance Hotel Vienna
b) or ask your local sponsor


General Information

There is no registration fee for the delegates, but a limited number of seats (100).
Accommodation and travel costs have to be covered by the participants.
The organizer offers coffee-breaks and lunch for free.
On May 16, 2019 in the evening the organizer hosts a get-together.


About ISW-TBE

Founded in 1999.
The ISW-TBE has been growing consistently and comprises at present of about 100 experts from around 30 (mostly European) countries.
Amongst them are Clinicians, Epidemiologists, Infectious diseases specialists, Virologists, Physicians, Travel physicians & Public Health experts.


Mission

Educating health professionals and lay public about TBE, its endemicity, mode of transmission, and clinical pictures as well as about how to adequately protect against it.


Imprint

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