Welcome to the official website of
the 16th Bialystok International Medical Congress
Bialystok International Medical Congress for Young Scientists (BIMC) is a conference for medical and PhD students organized by the Students’ Scientific Society at Medical University of Bialystok. Every year it brings together hundreds of participants from Poland and abroad, allowing them to present their scientific achievements. The conference’s programme includes numerous thematic sessions, expert lectures, and workshops, during which participants have a possibility to expand their practical skills. It is also a chance to make new acquaintances with students from all over the world.
The 16th edition of BIMC will be held online on the 6th-7th of May 2022.
We warmly invite medical and PhD students to take part in this event!
What is waiting for you?
Our lectures address innovative medical fields of international relevance, focusing on a wide variety of contemporary and appealing topics.
Our workshops prepared by Students’ Scientific Groups let you develop and improve various aspects of our medical education.
Our Social Program promotes the communication between national and international participants, giving you the best congress experience ever!
And much more...
Explore our website, follow our Facebook fapage and get to know the full BIMC programme!
The Medical University of Bialystok undertakes to ensure the accessibility of its website in accordance with the provisions of the Act of 4 April 2019 on digital accessibility of websites and mobile applications of public entities. The accessibility statement applies to the Medical University of Bialystok website bimc.umb.edu.pl.
Website publication date: 2016-12-13
Date of last major update: 2021-03-03
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