The School of Public Health at the University of Cape Town, in partnership with the International Epidemiological Association (IEA), will host the 23rd World Congress of Epidemiology from 24-27 September 2024 (WCE2024). This is the first time the meeting will be held on the African continent and the Cape Town International Convention Centre provides a world-class setting. WCE is well-known for bringing epidemiologists, public health experts and health policy makers working in different sectors together in an atmosphere designed to promote dialogue, the interchange of ideas, and state-of-the-art scientific research.
The theme of WCE2024 is "Epidemiology and complexity: challenges and responses," which will engage the full depth and breadth of methods and practice in contemporary epidemiology. The meeting will feature top-calibre invited speakers presenting plenary lectures, workshops, interactive sessions and symposia on topics including:
- Clinical epidemiology and diagnostic research
- Cardiovascular epidemiology
- Obesity and metabolic diseases
- Cancer epidemiology
- Nutritional epidemiology
- Innovations in epidemiological and biostatistical methods
- Infectious diseases epidemiology
- Environmental epidemiology
- Perinatal and reproductive epidemiology
- Maternal and child health
- Field epidemiology
- Epidemiology and health policy
With up to 2000 delegates expected, WCE2024 promises to be a unique opportunity to share experiences and expertise. This is an ideal target audience for organizations that wish to be able to interact with public health scientists and key global decision-makers and influencers in the health sector.
If you would like to showcase your work, we invite you to participate in the World Congress of Epidemiology in 2024 as a sponsor of a symposium or satellite meeting. For more information: Natasha Moodaley email@example.com