“We are small group but our work is big, so let us show how important the issue of infectiology in OBS&Gyn is.”
PROF. DR. LJUBOMIR PETRICEVIC (AUSTRIA)
Our activities and contribution to society
The International Society for Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISIDOG) is focused on promoting research and education in the field of infectious diseases as they relate to obstetrics and gynecology.
In addition to these activities, ISIDOG also provides support for its members through awards, scholarships, and other opportunities for young researchers to present their work. By fostering communication, collaboration, and knowledge sharing, ISIDOG plays a crucial role in advancing the field of infectious diseases in obstetrics and gynecology.
The International Society for Infectious Diseases in Obstetrics and Gynecology (ISIDOG) holds congresses periodically, the information of the upcoming congresses location and date is usually updated on this official website. As the upcoming congress is going to be held in Athens 2023, it will be a great opportunity for attendees to learn about the latest research and developments in the field, as well as to network with other professionals and establish new collaborations.
ISIDOG congresses play a crucial role in advancing the field of infectious diseases in obstetrics and gynecology by fostering communication, collaboration and knowledge sharing among healthcare professionals and researchers worldwide.
“It was an excellent meeting in a familiar atmosphere with good friends and scientists in an amazing city! Congratulations, dear Dace, and dear Gil!”
“To my opinion, this was one of the best conferences. Well planned sessions, perfect organisation, ideal DJ = GD. Congratulations! Maybe effect of organizations doubling? Again, many thanks for your hospitality and remuneration.”
“I would like to thank You for nice conference in Riga – it was very well organised, informative. The story about Mauritius is unforgettable J. Vaginal health is not a priority topic in my country, so I look for possibilities to improve my competence and promote research….. I am very thankful for all the information from the conference in Riga as well as in the section in Hungary. The broader view I received I am using in everyday practice.”