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10th International Conference on Carbonic Anhydrase in Maastricht

From April 20 to April 22 2015, researchers of Maastro Clinic and the University of Maastricht (GROW-School for Oncology & Developmental Biology), in collaboration with Prof. dr. Claudiu T. Supuran of the University of Florence, will organize the International Conference on Carbonic Anhydrase (CA) at Grand Hotel de L'Empereur in Maastricht.

The main objective of this triennial conference is to inspire researchers, biologists and pharmacists through interdisciplinary exchange of scientific knowledge, ground-breaking research, ideas and opinions. The program includes lectures, poster- and discussion sessions. During the conference, there is also the opportunity to meet and speak with colleagues informally. The organization expects 150 participants.

When asked why the organization has chosen Maastricht Professor Lambin of MAASTRO Clinic said: "Maastricht was chosen because of its location, historic centre, and hospitable character. The atmosphere and size makes it the ideal city to let the event, where international scientists meet, take place. Grand Hotel de L'Empereur is thereby a charming, inspiring hotel with a high level of service, which also has a perfect location; opposite the Central Station, right in Wyck district which is also called 'the door of Maastricht."