Some useful information regarding the platform

The program will follow its standard scheme. Both Plenary talks will be given by their distinguished Speakers live. All 12 Invited Sessions, as well as all 5 proposed pre-conference Short-Courses and 3 Mini-Symposia, will be held as originally planned.

A very important part of the conference dedicated to young researchers will also have its standard form – Students’ Get Together will take place on Sunday evening and ECB Day on Thursday. 

We are preparing a dedicated ISCB 41 online conference platform where each participant will log in with the same login and password as used for conference registration system and then  will be able to participate in  live sessions or view any of the recorded content, including all posters that will be available for viewing and asking off-line questions to authors throughout the conference.

All participants will have the opportunity to ask questions and participate in the discussion following the presentation in „meet the speaker rooms” after the session or to chat with colleagues and friends in  the „common rooms” during breaks. 

All ISCB members that are registered to the conference are invited to join on-line the ISCB Annual General Meeting on Wednesday.

The registration for the conference is still open. To register click here

The ISCB was founded to stimulate research into the principles and methodology used in the design and analysis of clinical research and to increase the relevance of statistical theory to the area of clinical medicine. As previous conferences, the ISCB41 will provide a scientific forum for international exchange of theory, methods and applications of biostatistics in medical research among clinicians, statisticians and members of other disciplines interested in this field.

The royal city of Kraków is a unique symbol of Polish national identity. The former capital of Poland for almost 600 years was the seat of the kings of Poland. The royal court played an important role in supporting artistic and cultural life. Outstanding humanists, scientists and artists used to come here to live and work, and this continues. Contemporary Kraków is a city of science, literature and art.

It is a charming city with beautiful medieval, renaissance and baroque buildings and city squares. The old centre of Kraków, which has been formed over 1000 years, was inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage List in 1978, as one of the most notable urban complexes in Europe.

We cordially invite you to Kraków and to ISCB41.

Krystyna Szafraniec
Local Organizing Committee

Michal Abrahamowicz
Scientific Programme Committee


Project co-financed
by the Municipality of Krakow