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16th Diczfalusy Meeting - 2024

16th Annual Meeting of the
Egon and Ann Diczfalusy Foundation

19-21 September, 2024
Szeged, Hungary

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Prof. Dr. Ferenc Bari - president of the Foundation

Dear Participants,

We are happy to organize the 16th Diczfalusy Award Lecture (DAL) symposium in Szeged in this Fall. It is a great pleasure to welcome you.

On behalf of the Organizing Committee it is our pleasure to invite you to participate in the next Diczfalusy Symposium. After considering several aspects, we have decided that the event will take place in Szeged between 19‐21 September 2024. This event will follow in time 34th ISUOG World Congress on Ultrasound in Obstetrics and Gynecology (https://www.isuog.org/events/isuog‐world‐congress‐2024.html), which will be held on 15‐18 September in Budapest, Hungary.

We plan to ensure that scientific programs do not overlap and that all interested parties have the opportunity to participate in these events. We would like the Foundation's annual conference to be as widely publicised as possible for faculty and residents of partner universities.
The scientific focus of the Szeged conference is beginning to emerge. In agreement with the organizers, our main messages will be around the following themes:
1. State of in vitro fertilization and main research activities/scientific achievements in the region.
2. Achievements and challenges of reproductive health education among teenagers
3. Status of medical education and specialisation 
4. How can AI support more effective reproductive health care?
5. Hands-on training in microsurgery

I would like to draw your and your colleagues' attention to the conference and stress that we would very much welcome speakers/presentations from your university on the topics indicated and, of course, other new scientific results. The Diczfalusy symposium is traditionally low cost, with a projected DAL 16 co‐payment of between 150‐250 Euro, excluding accommodation costs.

Best wishes,

Prof. Dr. Ferenc Bari PhD DsC
president of the Foundation

Our main sponsor: 

Venue: ART Hotel Szeged - Somogyi u. 16., Szeged, Hungary

CONTACT

You can contatct the organisers of the confernece:

dalmeeting2024@gmail.com

 

Scientific programme

19-21 Szeptember 2024

Registration fee:

130 Euro 15 March -10 May

150 Euro 15 May - 15 July

Place:

ART Hotel, Szeged, Hungary

 

 

 
 

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The Diczfalusy Foundation's call for the 2024 Young Researcher Award. 

In line with tradition, the Diczfalusy Foundation will award a Young Researcher Prize (“Young Scientist Award” ) to a deserving candidate. The prize will be awarded at the Foundation's 2024 Symposium (DAL16, 19-21 September 2024), where the winner will present the most important scientific achievements of his/her application. The award will be presented to a clinician or researcher with a significant research record in the field of reproductive health who is under 40 years of age at the time of the conference (born before 19 September 1984). The recipient will receive a certificate of honour and a bronze commemorative plaque reflecting Professor Diczfalusy's commitment to his Alma Mater and his medical humanism.
The Board of Trustees of the Diczfalusy Foundation invites applications from young researchers until 15 July 2024. The applications will be evaluated by invited reviewers and the Board of Trustees will decide on the award on the basis of the evaluation. Applications should include a maximum two-page application reflecting the applicant's key scientific findings, a scientific biography and a list of the top 10 publications. The application must be submitted in English in electronic format (pdf) to the following address:
bari.ferenc@med.u-szeged.hu

bari.ferenc@med.u-szeged.hu

 

 

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How to get here?
From Budapest Airport to ART Hotel

PROGRAMS

Hands on training in ultrasound skill center

 

Course#1:

Ob/Gyn 12-Week Fetus Module

Basic level (8 person/1 hour)

  1. Independently adjusts the ultrasound device for obstetric examinations.
  2. The probe heads were connected and positioned independently.
  3. Adjusts, weighs and identifies fetal and placental position on first trimester approved examination planes (CRL, BPD) under independent supervision.
  4. Recognizes the dead pregnancy.
  5. Using ultrasound diagnostics, it separates solid and liquid formulas.

Course#2:

Ob/Gyn 20-Week Fetus Module

Basic leve (6 person/1 hour)

  1. Independently adjusts the ultrasound device for obstetric examinations.
  2. The probe heads were connected and positioned independently.
  3. Adjusts, weighs and identifies fetal and placental position on second trimester approved examination planes (BPD, HC, AC, FL) and identifies fetal organs.
  4. Recognizes the dead pregnancy.
  5. Using ultrasound diagnostics, it separates solid and liquid formulas.

Course#3:

Ob/Gyn 12-Week Fetus Module

Advanced level (4 person/1 hour)

  1. With participants already experienced in setting the baselines, we review the screening strategy for the developmental disorders.
  2. Practicing the special planes for diagnosing developmental disorders.
  3. Detecting malformations:

Amniotic Band Syndrome - 12 weeks

Anencephaly - 12 weeks

Cephalocele 1 - 12

Cephalocele 2 - 12 weeks

Megacystis - 12 weeks

Nuchal Translucency 2.8mm - 12 weeks

Nuchal Translucency 3.2mm - 12 weeks

Nuchal Translucency 4.7mm - 12 weeks

Nuchal Translucency 5.5mm Hygroma - 12 weeks

Nuchal Translucency 9.5mm Hygroma - 12 weeks

Course#4:

Ob/Gyn 20-Week Fetus Module

Advanced level (4 person/1 hour)

  1. With participants already experienced in setting the baselines, we review the screening strategy for the developmental disorders.
  2. Practicing the special planes for diagnosing developmental disorders.
  3. Detecting malformations:
  4. Choroid Plexus Cyst

    Cleft Lip - 20 weeks

    Esophageal Atresia

    Fetal Growth Retardation - Shortened Femur

    Gastrochisis - 20 weeks

    Left Renal Agenesis

    Mega-Cisterna Magna

    Multicystic Renal Dysplasia

    Oligohydramnios

    Omaphalocele

    Polyhydramnios

    Renal Pelvis Dilation

    Club Foot

 

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