On behalf of the organizing committee it is a great pleasure, to invite all of you to join ATHENA 2017 Conference which will be held on November 28-30 2017 in Athens, Greece.
ATHENA 2017 Conference is a major international multidisciplinary event, in the field of severe infections taking place every 2 years in Athens Greece and attended nationally and internationally by upwards of 500 attendees from all over the country and worldwide. The conference has the aim to provide the opportunity for the audience to interact with world-distinguished speakers and profit from their deep knowledge and expertise in difficult aspects of the current practice on diagnosis, treatment and management of severe infections. During the last years the organizing and scientific committee has been focused to make this congress an important scientific event beyond the Greek borders, open to friendships and collaborations in order to gain worldwide warm acceptance and recognition for its scientific merit. The success of the past congress, shows us that we are on the right path towards this goal. The symposium will be held at the foot of Acropolis hill and next to the New Acropolis Museum, in an environment linked with the ancient Greek history. Delegates will also have the opportunity to feel the pulse of modern Athens, by strolling at the heart of the city through live and sophisticated neighborhoods nearby the venue. In this website you will find all the information needed concerning the implementation of the congress. The material will soon be enriched with further details for your convenience. We are confident that ATHENA 2017 will represent an unforgettable personal and professional experience, and we look forward to welcoming you in Athens.
As chair of the organizing committee, I would like to send my warmest regards and invite all of you to a stimulating scientific event.
The President of the Organizing Committee
George T. Dimopoulos
Assoc. Professor, Critical Care Medicine
Faculty of Medicine
National and Kapodistrian Univeristy of Athens