13th International Conference on Rare and Undiagnosed Diseases: Seoul(Korea) September 5-7 2024


13th Conference of Undiagnosed Diseases Network International 5-7 September, 2024, Seoul, Korea

Overview UDNI 2024

Prof. Jong-Hee Chae is honored to invite you to the UDNI 2024 Seoul Meeting, marking a significant milestone — the 10th anniversary of our annual gatherings.

This event will be held in Seoul, South Korea, and promises to be an enriching experience filled with insightful discussions and valuable networking opportunities.
As we aim to forge new partnerships and deepen existing ones, your participation would be instrumental in shaping the future of our initiatives.
We believe that your expertise and contributions will greatly enhance the depth and breadth of our deliberations.

Please save the date (5-7, September, 2024) and join us in Seoul for this important event.

Further details regarding the meeting schedule, registration process, and submission guidelines for presentations will be provided shortly in UDNI website.

We look forward to welcoming you to what promises to be a productive and transformative meeting.

Jong-Hee Chae

Host of UDNI, 2024 in Seoul

1. Congress Title: 13th Conference of Undiagnosed Diseases Network International 5-7 September, 2024, Seoul, Korea
2. Abbreviation of the Congress: UDNI 2024 
3. Date: September 5 (Thu)-7 (Sat), 2024
5. Pre-meeting Network Dinner: Champion's Dinner - September 4 (Wed), 2024
6. City, Country: Seoul, Korea
7. Website: https://udni2024seoul.org / *Scheduled to open on June 1st
8. Language: English
9. Important Dates:
                   1) Deadline for Abstract Submission: 31 July, 2024
                   2) Deadline for Registration: 31 July, 2024



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