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Dear Professor, On behalf of the Symposium Organizing Committees, it gives us great pleasure to invite you and all the teachers and students of your Department to participate in the coming XXII International Symposium on Morphological Sciences to be held in São Paulo, Brazil from February 12 to 16, 2012. The central theme of this edition is "Morphology – From the Lab to the Bedside" with the aim of exploring the important applications of this biological field for nowadays health care and science development. Moreover, in this twenty-second edition, there will be special participations of the Federative International Program for Anatomical Terminology (FIPAT) of the International Federation of Associations of Anatomists (IFAA), Ibero-Latinamerican Symposium of Anatomical Terminology (SILAT) of the Pan-American Association of Anatomy (APA) and World Association of Veterinary Anatomists (WAVA). In closing, we would be pleased and honored if you would attend the meeting and help us in advertising this symposium among your friends and colleagues. Receive our best wishes. Organizing Committee


Scientific Program The scientific programme of the XXII ISMS is organized according to 4 main topics related to Morphology: Science, Clinical Research, Education and Publication. In the early mornings, there will be plenary lectures with outstanding professionals talking about relevant issues related to those main topics. After the plenary lectures, a thematic “Cutting-Edge” Mini-Symposium is going to take place each day. In the “Cutting-Edge Symposium” of Advances in the Clinical Setting, experts in different clinical specialties are going to discuss relevant issues and highlight the role of the Morphological Sciences in their research. During the afternoons, there will be parallel scientific sessions about important questions regarding science, education and anatomical issues. Moreover, the VII Ibero-Latinamerican Symposium on Anatomical Terminology (SILAT) is also going to take place. In the last day, there is going to have a session called “What we have learned, what we still have to know?” when some conclusions of the meeting are going to be presented and discussed with the audience.


General Scientific Program Saturday

Sunday

08:00-09:30 Mini-Course

Anatomical Record Workshop

Lunch Time

Lunch Time

Mini-Course

Anatomical Record Workshop

09:30-13:00

13:00-14:00

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Alfonso Bovero Plenary Session Liberato Di Dio MiniSymposium: Cutting Edge Research

Trieste Smanio Plenary Session Hersz J. Trajber MiniSymposium: Advances in the Clinical Setting

Renato Locchi Plenary Session Pietro Mota MiniSymposium: Cutting Edge Education

Free Period

Orlando J. Aidar MiniSymposium: Cutting Edge Publication

Lunch Time

Lunch Time

Lunch Time

Lunch Time

Parallel Session

VII SILAT

SĂ­lvia C. Boldrini Poster Session

Parallel Session

VII SILAT

14:00-18:30

14:00-15:30hs What we have learned, what we still have to know?

15:30-16:30hs Final Session

18:30-22:30

Free Evening

Opening Ceremony and Reception

Official Photo and Social Activities

Social Activities

Gala Dinner

16:30-22:00hs Closing Reception


Abstract Submission The XXII International Symposium on Morphological Sciences welcomes the submission of abstracts from worldwide experts in Morphology. Only abstracts submitted through the online system will be accepted. Please, refer to the following instructions: 1- The abstract must be submitted in English 2- The maximum number of authors per paper is 6 (six) 3- Please, ensure careful preparation, as the text is going to be copied directly into the submission system 4- The author´s SURNAME must be in capital letters, followed by the first name and initials 5- The name of the speaker-author must be followed by an asterisk (*) 6- The abstract: - must be laid out in terms of Introduction and Purpose, Materials and Methods, Results and Conclusion; - must have, at maximum, 450 words; - should be related to one of the listed subjects and should include 3 key-words; - may contain grants acknowledgements.


Abstract Subjects -

Macroscopic Human Anatomy Macroscopic Animal Anatomy Microscopic Human Anatomy Microscopic Animal Anatomy Embryology, Development Biology and Evolution Education in Morphology History and Arts in Morphology Terminology (Anatomical, Histological and Embryological) Anatomical Techniques Body Donation

To submit your abstracts, please refer to the website: http://ismsxxii.webs.com.

The last deadline for abstract submission is November 10th, 2011. Note:

1- It is important to register in the Symposium before submitting the abstracts; 2- Each registration allows the submission of two abstracts.


Social Program The Social Program is being prepared to offer the best São Paulo experiences to our participants. Some activities are complimentary to all registered participants. Other activities can be purchased during the meeting. The accompanying person allows free entrance to all those activities, except the gala dinner. Timetable Morning

Sunday

Afternoon

Evening

Opening Ceremony*

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

City Tour

Seaside Tour

City Theatre

Visit to the Medical Seaside Tour School and Museum* Jockey Club Dinner at the Happy Hour “Churrascaria”

Welcome Dinner at the Reception* “Pizzaria” *Complimentary social activities

LatinAmerican Memorial Gala Dinner

Thursday Shopping Center Tour Happy Hour in the Soccer Museum Happy Hour in the Soccer Museum


To refer to the Symposium Website, please access the site: http://isms.webs.com

To make your registration please refer to the following link: http://ismsxxii.webs.com/registration.htm

For any doubts or further inquiries, please contact: E-mail: ismsxxii@gmail.com or isms@mci-group.com Tel: (55) (11) 3217-8281 or 3217-4353 or 9702-3409


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2nd Announcement - XXII International Symposium on Morphological Sciences