Pathologisches Institut Inselspital
Click here for an overview of Inselspital
Click here for the road map to find the Langhans Auditoirum (follow the red line from the bus stop to buiiding 43a "Pathologie")
On Wednesday 27 March at 19:30 the gala dinner will take place at Kornhaus. Here will be served a 3 course dinner with drinks.
Tickets for the dinner can be bought online through the registration fro 75 EUR.
The city of Bern with 141,000 inhabitants is situated in the north-western part of Switzerland surrounded by a beautiful landscape with rivers, valleys and mountains. The old city is located on a peninsula, which on three sides is lined by the Aare river. Bern is dated back to the gallic-roman period. The name of the city has its root in the 12th century and is disputed to refer either to a legendary figure, Dietrich von Bern, or to a bear; a dark brown male bear is shown on the coat-of-arms of the city.
Bern in 1983 was nominated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The old city is an urban gem. Bern is a modern city as well with a range of sights, attractions and cultural institutions. The University with 13,000 students makes Bern a lively place. The university hospital, Inselspital Bern, where the congress is organized, is the leading cantonal hospital with medical education and active research.
Further information is found under https://www.bern.com/en/home