Greetings from Bali!
We’re all aware of the recent earthquake that hit Lombaok. Everything is fine here, and we’re going ahead with our meeting.
We are looking forward to seeing you all in Bali real soon!
|28 Feb 2018||Abstract deadline for Young Investigator Travel Award|
|18 Feb 2018||Young Investigator Travel Award Notification|
|01 Mar 2018||Early Registration Closes|
|01 June 2018||Deadline for General Abstract|
|30 Jun 2018||Registration Closes|
|07 Aug 2018||Annual Meeting Starts|
|12 Aug 2018||Annual Meeting Ends|
2018, 37th Annual Meeting
President: Mahesh Choolani
Venue: Intercontinental Hotel, Bali, Indonesia
Dates: 6th – 12th August
Built on the shores of Jimbaran Bay, this hotel in Bali caters to needs of families and business travellers alike. Full amenities can be found from sports to sophisticated dining, spa indulgence with dining by the beach.
This four-day meeting is designed to provide ongoing updated information on all aspects of maternal-fetal intervention for fetal anomalies, physiologic and genetic disorders. Presenters will share research, new innovation and techniques, clinical experience, outcome data and will debate new and ongoing controversies in maternal-fetal medicine.
The meeting will continue the long-standing tradition of the IFMSS which encourages delegate participation at all levels, from senior and world renowned fetal therapists to young investigators, research and clinical fellows.
It will provide a platform for international collaboration, networking and exchange of viewpoints in the common interest of advancement of the field of fetal diagnosis and therapy. This year, the meeting will come to Asia, this is only the second time this meeting has come to this part of the world. We look forward for the experts to come and explore the fetal therapy and maternal-fetal care in the Asian context.
We look forward to welcoming you to the Annual Meeting on 7-12 August 2018 at the Intercontinental Hotel, Bali.
The meeting will be held in Bali, Indonesia at Intercontinental Bali. Secluded within the boundaries of exclusive Jimbaran Bay on the island’s southern coast, the resort was designed to blend modern convenience with traditional Balinese architecture.
About the Logo:
A Pura is a Balinese Hindu temple and the place of worship for the adherents of Balinese Hinduism in Indonesia. Puras are designed and built in accordance to rules, style, guidance and rituals found in Balinese architecture.
Puras are designed as an open air place of worship within enclosed walls, connected with a series of intricately decorated gates in its compounds. Drawing from the same mindset, we hope to encourage delegates to have a open discussion during IFMSS 2018 in Bali.