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The first International Congress of Biorheology was held at Palais des Congrésin Lyon, France, Sept. 4-8, 1972 and Alfred L. Copley became the third awardee of the Poiseuille Gold Medal. The third International Conference on Hemorheology was the first International Congress of Biorheology, held together with the 6th International Congress on Rheology.

Each Congress is listed below, starting with the latest Congress, with a brief description of what took place along with, if available, pictures to view.
 


14th International Congress of Biorheology

The scientific program at the 14th International Congress, July 4-7, 2012, was augmented with tours to the Hagia Sophia, Topkapi Palace and the Grand Bazaar as well as a cruise.   Ko University offered facilities for Congress meetings, sessions and housing.  The 16th Poiseuille Award went to Herb Lipowsky.> Pictures


13th International Congress of Biorheology

From July 9th to 13th in 2008, the Conference Center at Penn State University served as the venue for the 13th International Congress of Biorheology.  The Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts was a highlight fo the social program.  Herb Meiselman received the Poiseuille Gold Medal.   > Pictures


12th International Congress of Biorheology

Chongqing, China served as the site for the 12th International Congress of Biorheology along with the 5th International Conference on Clinical Hemorheology, May 30 - June 3, 2005. Yukihide Isogai was honored as the fourteenth recipient of the Poiseuille Gold Medal Award. > Pictures

 

 

11th International Congress of Biorheology

The Adora Resort on the Mediterranean Coast of Antalya, Turkey was the site of the 11th International Congress of Biorheolgy-4th International Conference of Clinical Hemorheology during September 22-26, 2002. The Society honored Shu Chien as the thirteenth Poiseuille Gold Medalist. > Pictures

 

 

10th International Congress of Biorheology

The 10th International Congress of Biorheology was held at Pecs, Hungary, July 18-22, 1999 in conjunction with the 3rd International Conference of Clinical Hemorheology. Giles R. Cokelet received the twelfth Poiseuille Gold Medal Award. > Pictures

 

 

9th International Congress of Biorheology

The 9th International Congress of Biorheology took place July 23-28, 1995 at Big Sky, Montana, U.S.A. Eiichi Fukada became the eleventh recipient of the Poiseuille Gold Medal. The Congress was held for the first time jointly with the International Conference of Clinical Hemorheology.

 

 

8th International Congress of Biorheology

The 8th International Congress of Biorheology was held at Pacifico Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan, Aug. 3-8, 1992, and Harry Leonard Goldsmith became the tenth recipient of the Poiseuille Gold Medal Award. > Pictures

 

 

7th International Congress of Biorheology

The 7th International Congress of Biorheology was held at 'Palais des Congres', Nancy, France, June 18-23, 1989, and Richard Skalak became the ninth recepient of the Poiseuille Gold Medal Award.

 

 

6th International Congress of Biorheology

The 6th International Congress of Biorheology was held at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C., Canada, July 27 - Aug. 1, 1986, and Yuan-Cheng (Bert) Fung became the 8th recepient of the Poiseuille Gold Medal. North American Society of Biorheology (NASB) was founded during the 6th International Congress of Biorheology.

 

 

5th International Congress of Biorheology

The 5th International Congress of Biorheology was held in Baden-Baden, F.R. Germany, Aug. 20-24, 1983, and Hellmut Hartert became the seventh awardee of the Poiseuille Gold Medal. A satellite meeting entitled "International Symposium on New Methods in Biorheology" was held on August 17-18 at Nancy, France.

 

 

4th International Congress of Biorheology

The 4th International Congress of Biorheology was held at Jikei University School of medicine in Tokyo, Japan, July 27 - Aug. 1, 1981, and Alex Silberberg became the sixth awardee of the Poiseuille Gold Medal. A satellite meeting of the International Congress of Biorheology, was held in Osaka, Japan, Aug. 3, entitled "Hemorheological Approaches to Cardiovascular Diseases".

 

 

3rd International Congress of Biorheology

The third International Congress of Biorheology was held at University of California, San Deigo, La Jolla, U.S.A., Joly became the fifth recepient of the Poiseuille Gold Medal.

 

 

2nd International Congress of Biorheology

The 2nd International Congress of Biorheology was held at the Weismann Institute of Science in Rehovet, Israel, Dec. 29, 1974 - January 7, 1975 and Syoten Oka became the fourth awardee of the Poiseuille Gold Medal.

 

 

1st International Congress of Biorheology

The first International Congress of Biorheology was held at Palais des Congrés in Lyon, France, Spet. 4-8, 1972 and Alfred L. Copley became the third awardee of the Poiseuille Gold Medal. The third International Conference on Hemorheology was the first International Congress of Biorheology, held together with the 6th International Congress on Rheology.

 

 

 

 




 

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