Information meeting on epidemiological studies of exposed populations

December 2, 2003

Brussels, 01 Dec 2003

The European Commission is organising a topical information meeting on epidemiological studies of exposed populations, to take place on 11 December in Brussels, Belgium.

The meeting seeks to provide a forum where those interested in participating in such research can meet potential partners and present their work. It will also give an overview of EU programmes in this area and ongoing research on exposed populations in the Southern Urals, with which any new proposals must be effectively coordinated.

//CPA For further information, please contact:
Karin Coiffard
European Commission
Tel: +32 2 298 5666
E-mail: karin.coiffard@cec.eu.int

CORDIS RTD-NEWS / © European Communities

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