Date and Location of Congress
XIV Annual Meeting of the Mediterranean Society for Reproductive Medicine (MSRM) will be held in Sheraton Hotel Cesme, Izmir between the dates of April 21-24, 2016.
The offcial language of the congress is English. Simultaneous translation will be provided in Turkish during the sessions.
Accreditation for Continuing Education
The congress will be presented to the approval of Turkish Medical Association Continuing Medical Education Accreditation Board for the “Continuing Medical Education” points (STE).
Letter of Invitation
Upon request, a letter of invitation will be sent to any registered participants. This letter will be sent solely to assist participants in obtaining leave from their institutions.
Name badges must be worn to enter scientific sessions, exhibition areas and social activities.
Certificate of Attendance
Certificates of attendance will be given to all registered participants of the congress.
Congress Web Page
A web site has been created to allow you to keep track of all announcements relating to the congress. Abstracts for presentation at the congress will be collected in abstract form via www.msrm2016.org.
Izmir has almost 4.000 years of recarded urban history and possibly even longer as a advanced human settlement; so, the area is rich in historical sites. These can be found within the city but also within a short drive, you can final Ephesus, Pergamom and many more places to explore.
The historical Kemeralti neighborhood in Konak district is the best known local shopping market in Izmir. Originally it was built around 17th century right behind the harbor and expanded in the following centuries as the port was silted in.
The clock tower at Konak Square is Izmir's landmark today. It was built by architect Raymond Charles Pere in 1901 to commemorate 25th year of enthronement of Ottoman Sultan Abdulhamit I
Selcuk is a town near the Ephesus which was an Ionian Greek city in ancient Anatolia, founded by colonists from Athens in the 10th century BC.
A small village on the hill, rise behind the historic town of Selcuk and the ancient city of Ephesus. It is popular especially with wine shops and hand made arts.
Cobblestone streets are point of attraction where village women sell their colourful handwork.
Alsancak district, called Punto in old times, is one of the centers of Izmir and an elegant and exquisite residential area. The neighborhood is stretching from the waterfront, called Kordon which is lined up with nice bars and fine restaurants, to the inland.
Cesme lies (~ 80 Km) west of Izmir on Turkey's Aegean coast, it is within easy reach of Izmir or Adnan Menderes International Airport (via a modern highway) and can also be reached by ferry from the Italian port of Brindisi, or the Greek Island of Chios. The name Cesme (derived from the Turkish word for Fountain) has always been a popular summer resort and over recent years the “secrets” of Cesme have been discovered by an ever growing number of European tourists.
In the summit of Ottoman power, during the 16th century,Urla was almost entirely incorporated into the pious foundation established by Ayşe Hafsa Sultan for the revenues and the maintenance of
the complex she had had built in Manisa in the 1520s.
* Tours will be organized during the congress. Please contact with the organizing secretariat for your tour requests
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