As we move into the final quarter of 2020, read on to learn more about four unique communities who are hosting impactful virtual conferences and disseminating their conference content with Morressier:
The European Society of Medical Imaging Informatics (EuSoMII) is a non-profit healthcare organization that aims to connect radiologists, radiology residents, data scientists and informatics experts around the world. The theme of the society’s 2020 meeting is How to prepare for the Digital Age and the October 24 event is (fittingly) taking place in a fully-digital format. EUSOMII has engaged Morressier's abstract management, poster submission, and virtual conference tools to livestream the event. Follow the discussion in real-time on Twitter.
The upcoming FEMS Online Conference on Microbiology 2020 (October 28-31) brings microbiologists together to share their knowledge and work on ways to advance microbiology for the benefit of society in the areas of health, energy, food, materials, and the environment. For the first time, the event will take place virtually, featuring live sessions and pre-recorded poster presentations. Explore the posters and presentations in advance on the Morressier platform and follow FEMS on Twitter for updates throughout the event.
Taking place from November 2-6, The Charleston Library Conference attracts librarians, publishers, electronic resource managers, consultants, and vendors in a lively and informal discussion on relevant topics. In 2020, Morressier is partnering with The Charleston Conference to display posters from the event in an online content repository. Follow the conference on Twitter and browse through posters from 2019 to get a taste of what’s the come this year.
The COGI Congress aims to provide a forum of the highest standard for scientific, educational and social exchange between professionals involved in Women’s Health, and to continue in its mission to promote research and education and to disseminate new knowledge. From November 19-21, the congress will take place virtually, featuring an online poster gallery and pre-recorded poster presentations. In the lead up to the conference, you can follow the conversation on Twitter and explore previous COGI posters on Morressier.