Congress Venue

Aula Convegni - School of Medicine

S. Luigi Gonzaga Hospital

Regione Gonzole, 10

10043 Orbassano (TO) - Italy

Meeting Planner

FEDRA - Meetings & Events
Fedra Congressi
Viale dei SS. Pietro e Paolo, 21
00144 Rome, Italy
Ph. +39 06 52247328
Fax +39 06 5205625


Before September 30th, 2018: €350,00
Between October 1st, 2018 and January 15th, 2019: €400,00
After January 15th, 2019: €500,00
Residents: €150,00

The registration fee includes: scientific material, coffee break and lunch during the event and the certificate of attendance.

Official Language

The official language of the Congress is English.

Exhibition Area

The Exhibition Area will be available in the foyer of the congress venue.


Torino was the Capital City of Italy until 1864. The city has a grid street-plan of its Baroque centre which makes it easy to find your way about. Via Roma is the central spine of the City, a grand affair lined with designer shops and ritzy cafes. It is punctuated by the City's most elegant squares, most notably Piazza San Carlo, close to some of the most prestigious museums.
Piazza Castello forms a fittingly grandiose conclusion to Via Roma, with its royal palaces awash in a sea of traffic. The Mole Antonelliana is the symbol and the highest building of Torino. The Mole was built in 1863 and now hosts the National Cinema Museum.
Palazzo Reale and Palazzo Madama are located in the nerve centre of the capital of the Savoy State, the places where great decisions were made and treaties and statutes were signed, but also where sumptuous parties and receptions were held. The City centre's gracious Baroque thoroughfares, opulent palaces, sumptuous churches and splendid collections of Egyptian antiquities and northern European paintings are still there as a pleasant surprise. The renewed National Museum of Automobile is one the most important attractions of the City.
Torino hosts the Holy Shroud, a linen cloth bearing the image of a man, commonly associated with Jesus Christ, who appears to have suffered physical trauma in a manner consistent with crucifixion. It is kept in the Royal Chapel of San Giovanni Battista Cathedral. Less than an hour far from Torino, some of the world's most celebrated wines were born: Barolo, Barbaresco, Barbera, Nebbiolo, and Moscato. Alba, the Langhe's capital, hosts every year the National Fair of the white truffle. Piemonte Region is also popular for its wide selection of cheeses, many of which are labelled as DOP (high-quality). Piemonte Region also delights all the sweet-lovers with the chocolate traditional delicacies it offers: the famous gianduiotti made in Torino.