SATA NEXT CONFERENCE ⇒ Clinical and Basic Sciences Research International Conference, 27-29 November 2017. CAPE TOWN (South Africa). Venue: Cape Town Lodge Hotel. Visit the Website HERE
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Organising Committee Members
On behalf of the SATA Group organizing committee, we are honoured and delighted to welcome you to the 1st International Conference on Clinical Trial & Innovative Therapeutics that will take place in Cape Town, South Africa at the Cape Town Lodge Hotel from 24-26 July, 2017. In order to better adapt to the ever-changing world, the year 2017 will be filled with great academic achievements for you as well as for the Southern African Training Academy (SATA) and the Larkin University, Miami, USA. We are not only committed to providing you with quality presentations and learning during this conference, but our caring for you during your stay in Cape Town will go beyond expectation. We believe that we have chosen a venue that guarantees a successful technical conference. Our technical program is rich and varied with 1 keynote speech and 4 invited talks and more than 150 technical papers split between 3 parallel oral sessions and 3 poster sessions each day. Besides, there are 2 workshops that We are inviting you to attend. The first workshop titled “Antimicrobial resistance: the missing puzzle piece” will tackle the global problem of antibiotic resistance crisis whilst the second workshop: “Modern drug discovery and development from traditional medicinal plants: pros and cons for commercialization in the African market” will bring the business ingredient into science. The conference also expects to provide technical demonstrations and numerous opportunities for informal networking. As the Conference Chair and Co-chair, we know that the success of this conference depends ultimately on the many people who have worked with us in planning and organizing both the technical program and supporting social arrangements. In particular, we thank the Program organisers for their wise advice and brilliant suggestion on organizing the technical program; the Program Committee for their thorough and timely reviewing of the papers, and our sponsors who have helped us to keep down the costs for all participants. Recognition should go to the Local Organizing Committee members who have all worked extremely hard for the details of important aspects of the conference programs and social activities. Thank you and once again, welcome to South Africa.
WELCOME TO CAPE TOWN