WAEH annual meeting 2013

2022-05-16 10:48:37

For the first time, the annual meeting of the WAEH will take place in a new continent, in a country full of history and development. We welcome you to Mexico City, Mexico.

Interested in the program of the 2013-meeting? Program 2013

Today we are very happy to confirm the dates and location for this next meeting– so please save them in your agenda:

Location: Mexico City, Mexico.

Dates:

Tuesday 23 April – Meeting starts with a welcome reception program – 18:00hrs

Wednesday 24 April – Saturday 27 April – meetings at the Institute of Ophthalmic Science – Angeles Lomas Hospital, Mexico City and the Sanctuary, Valle de Bravo, Mexico.

More information: maaike@philogirl.nl

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Please read the annual report of 2011: annual report

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