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28TH Annual Conference of Indian Society of Organ Transplantation

13-15 Oct 2017 | Brilliant Convention Center, Indore

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Dear Delegates
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Dr. Rajesh Bharani

Organizing Chairman

Dr. Sandip Saxena

Organizing Secretary

Greetings from the Organizing Committee of the 28th Annual Conference of the Indian Society of Organ Transplantation “ISOT 2017”. It is our proud privilege to welcome you to the cleanest city of India "Indore ".

The conference will be held from 13-15 October 2017 at Brilliant Convention Center Indore. We assure you that Organizing team will not leave any stone unturned to give you best hospitality and ensure that the scientific content of the meeting is of the highest quality. The committee will do its very best to bring together leading national and international faculty for the conference.

Our endeavor will be to ensure that the delegates get the best value of their time and money. Making this conference a memorable experience is one of the highest priorities of the organizing committee.Indore is the commercial capital of Madhya Pradesh known for its Malwa culture and Holkar dynasty. City is surrounded by huge mountain range, Narmada belt and many waterfalls and water bodies. There are many religious places like Jyotirling Omkareshwar at Narmada bank and Mahakeleshwar at Shipra bank. And historical places like Rajwada, Mandu etc. Please plan your visit well in advance to enjoy your stay in this part of the world.

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