The Journal of Plastination

Published in J. Int. Soc. Plast. 21: 4 (2006)

Report of The 13th International Conference on Plastination, Vienna, Austria, July 2-7, 2006

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Robert B. Reed, Jr
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ABSTRACT:

The majestic, imperial city of Vienna was the venue for the 13th ISP congress. Hosted by the Faculty of Medicine, Anatomisches Institut, Medical University of Vienna, the grandeur of the city's past and present was alive during the 13th International Congress on Plastination. Sixty participants from twenty countries enjoyed the presentations and posters and between session exchange. Constantin and his excellent colleagues made us feel like royalty which was appropriate for the venue. The bountiful array of typically Austrian cuisine and "Heuriger - new wine" at the restaurant Bachhengl was a festive end to the second day of great fellowship and scientific exchange in the near by wine growing area of Grinzing. The scientific exchange ended with a sumptuous Gala Dinner at the Strudelhof. Our travel through the Burgenland with visits to Eisenstadt, Rust (The Iron City) and the Neusiedler See raised ones imaginations of the glory, in by gone days, of the dynamic Austro-Hungarian Empire and the present beauty of the area. Thank you to the Medical University Anatomy Faculty.

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13 ICP, Vienna, Austria

*CORRESPONDENCE TO:

Robert B. Reed, Jr - Department of Comparative Medicine College of Veterinary Medicine, Knoxville, Tennessee, USA

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Volume: 21
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Allocation-id: 0000

Submitted Date:July 1, 2006
Accepted Date: July 31, 2006
Published Date: July 31, 2006

DOI Information:       https://doi.org/10.56507/ZHJE9973

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INTRODUCTION

The majestic, imperial city of Vienna was the venue for the 13th ISP congress. Hosted by the Faculty of Medicine, Anatomisches Institut, Medical University of Vienna, the grandeur of the city's past and present was alive during the 13th International Congress on Plastination. Sixty participants from twenty countries enjoyed the presentations and posters and between session exchange. Constantin and his excellent colleagues made us feel like royalty which was appropriate for the venue. The bountiful array of typically Austrian cuisine and "Heuriger - new wine" at the restaurant Bachhengl was a festive end to the second day of great fellowship and scientific exchange in the near by wine growing area of Grinzing. The scientific exchange ended with a sumptuous Gala Dinner at the Strudelhof. Our travel through the Burgenland with visits to Eisenstadt, Rust (The Iron City) and the Neusiedler See raised ones imaginations of the glory, in by gone days, of the dynamic Austro-Hungarian Empire and the present beauty of the area. Thank you to the Medical University Anatomy Faculty.

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