- 01 July 2019 ·Start Registration
- 01 July 2019 ·Start Abstract Submission
- 15 October 2019 ·Abstract Submission Deadline
- 22 November 2019 ·Application Travel Grant Deadline
- 06 December 2019 ·Registration EARLY BIRD DEADLINE
- 01 February 2020 · Start Late Registration Fee
- 20-22 February 2020 · REWARD | EQUATOR Conference
Welcome to Berlin – we are delighted to welcome you to the beautiful capital on the river Spree!
Berlin offers the best national and international travel connections, numerous modern hotels and some truly special venues. Located at the heart of Europe it represents a connection between East and West. Berlin offers its visitors a uniquely varied cultural programme, one-of-a-kind historical landmarks and all sorts of entertainment. The city has a long tradition as a theatre metropolis and is justly proud that it can present such a diverse range of productions today.
It is as well a city of museums. Germany’s largest cultural investment project, the Berlin Museum Island, was completed in 2010. The five museums on Museum Island were added to the World Cultural Heritage List. From a quick snack to dinner at a gourmet restaurant, international cuisine, theme restaurants, beer gardens and regional cooking – Berlin’s 7,000 restaurants and eateries cater for every taste, any occasion, any time of the day or night. Berlin’s nightlife is fast-paced and has something for everyone.
How to reach the venue?
The conference venue is close to the train / s-bahn station Friedrichstraße and the main train station. The bus stop „Charité – Campus Mitte“ (line 147) is directly in front of the venue.
Use this link www.google.com/maps to calculate your route to the venue.
From Tegel Airport take the TXL bus directly to the Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus.
Transfer times by Taxi:
Tegel: approximately 20 minutes
Schönefeld: approximately 50-60 minutes
From “Hauptbahnhof” (main station) travel by bus line 147 (direction Puschkinallee). Get off the bus at the stop “Luisenstraße/Charité”. Bus stops at entrance of the Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus.
Or from “Ostbahnhof” train station by train (S-Bahn) to “Friedrichstraße” train station. From there take the bus line 147 (direction Hauptbahnhof). Get off at the bus stop “Luisenstraße/Charité”. Bus stops at entrance of the Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus.
Use www.bvg.de/en to plan your trip.
Best of both worlds – Arrive refreshed and travel sustainably!
Book your tickets with Deutsche Bahn now to obtain best price for your journey. Travel by train from anywhere in Germany for a fixed price!
In cooperation with Deutsche Bahn, MCI is offering an exclusive rate for your journey to and from REC2020. With the event ticket, you can travel by train from anywhere in Germany for a fixed price!
|Non-flexible event ticket with fixed connections|
|2nd class||49,50 €|
|1st class||80,90 €|
|Flexible event ticket|
|2nd class||67,50 €|
|1st class||98,90 €|
A city ticket is now included the event ticket in over 120 cities! This ticket allows you to travel on public transportation within the destination city both upon arrival and departure.
Please note that Deutsche Bahn AG is the official authority for the booking and processing of your train ticket. For more information, please visit the Deutsche Bahn website. We wish you a pleasant journey!
 Instructions on how to make a booking can be found here. For technical issues regarding the booking, please contact the following hotline +49 (0)1806 – 99 66 44.
The technical service team is available daily from 8:00AM – 9:00PM. 20 cents will be charged per call from a German landline, maximum 60 cents per call from a German mobile network.
Route planners can calculate the best route for you to arrive with your car at the Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus in Berlin from anywhere in Europe. Please note that the Langenbeck-Virchow-Haus does not have any parking facilities.
- Ulrich Dirnagl BIH QUEST Center | Berlin, Germany
- Peter Grabitz BIH QUEST Center | Berlin, Germany
- Malcolm Macleod University of Edinburgh | Edinburgh, Scotland
- Sarah McCann BIH QUEST Center | Berlin, Germany
- Stephanie Müller-Ohlraun BIH QUEST Center | Berlin, Germany
- Martin Reinhart Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin | Berlin, Germany
- Bob Siegerink Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin | Berlin, Germany
- Daniel Strech BIH QUEST Center | Berlin, Germany
Ulrich Dirnagl | BIH QUEST Center
Malcolm Macleod | University of Edinburgh
Sarah McCann | BIH QUEST Center
Stephanie Müller-Ohlraun | BIH QUEST Center
Martin Reinhart | Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
Daniel Strech | BIH QUEST Center
Bob Siegerink | Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin
Peter Grabitz | BIH QUEST Center
Charité – Universitätsmedizin Berlin
BIH QUEST Center
10117 Berlin, Germany
Local Organiser (PCO)
MCI Deutschland GmbH
MCI | Germany – Berlin
10117 Berlin, Germany
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