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This year we will again be present at important expert conferences - as far as the pandemic restrictions allow.

On this page you will find our trade fair and congress participations for the Nordmark Biotech divisions and for our pancreatin business.

We have compiled the activities of Nordmark Biochemicals for you here.

Please contact us. We look forward to meeting you!
 

Events & Congresses 2022

41st Annual Meeting of the German Pancreas Club (10. – 12. February / online)

Pancreas & Microbiome: Physiological and pathological interactions between the exocrine pancreas and intestinal microbiota

Online Symposium, 11th February 2022, 13:15 CET

Prof. Dr. med. Markus M. Lerch, Munich (Chairman)

Dr. med. Fabian Frost, Greifswald

View the Video on Demand (only for registered attendees).

German Biotech Days 2022 (04. – 05. May in Hamburg, Germany)

The German biotechnology industry will meet again on 4th and 5th May 2022 - for the second time in Hamburg. Nordmark Biotech will again be represented with a stand. In addition, the managing director of the Nordmark subsidiary BIBITEC will take part in an exciting discussion about Germany as a production location at the DBT.

With its countless innovative application possibilities, biotechnology holds immense potential and is booming unabated worldwide. Every year, the German Biotechnology Days, or DBT for short, provide a national platform for important exchanges between companies, science, politics and funding institutions. This year's host of the German Biotechnology Days at Hamburg is Life Science Nord. Since 2010, the organisers of the DBT have been the in

Learn more at our Nordmark Blog.

 

CPhI (01. – 03. November in Frankfurt, Germany)

An established name in the industry, CPhI Worldwide is a highlight of the pharma calendar uniting thousands of pharma professionals and suppliers from around the world under one roof. CPhI Worldwide and its co-located events ICSE, P-MEC, FDF, InnoPack & BioProduction are each divided into product-specific zones in order to give each industry sector more visibility and allow visitors to easily locate and source the products they’re looking for.

Meet us at our booth 110H70 - we looking forward to meet you!

Events & Congresses 2021

Medical Tribune – Expert Conferences for general and internal medicine topics

DateVenueLecture TitelSpeaker

28th August 

Potsdam

Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency: Be aware of it and treat it consistently

Professor Ahmed Madisch

30th October

Hannover

Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency: Be aware of it and treat it consistently

Professor Ahmed Madisch

20th November

Reinbek

Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency: Be aware of it and treat it consistently

Professor Ahmed Madisch

We supported these Medical Tribune expert conferences through sponsorship.

VDD – 63rd Congress Association of Dieticians (22. – 24. April / online)

Proper nutrition for pancreatic diseases

23rd April 2021, 17.00 – 17:30 CET

Heike Dethardt - Dietician/VDD

This lecture was supported by us through sponsorship.

Visceral Medicine 2021 – German Society of Gastroenterology, Digestive and Metabolic Diseases (13. – 18. September in Leipzig)

The pancreas in focus: Together for a better quality of life

Symposium:  Thursday, 16th September 2021, 13:30 14:30 CET

Chairman: Prof. Dr. med. Markus M. Lerch, München, Germany

  • 13:30  Pancreatic Exocrine Insufficiency - Underestimated, Underdiagnosed and Undertreated? Prof. med. Martin Storr, Starnberg, Germany

  • 13:45  Whipple-OP & Co - What can be done for a better quality of life for patients? Prof. Dr. med. Jonas Rosendahl, Halle, Germany

  • 14:00  Maldigestion in diabetics - clinically relevant? Prof. Dr. med. Ahmed Madisch, Frankfurt, Germany

  • 14:15  Wrap up and Discussion

    Prof. Dr. med. Markus M. Lerch, München, Germany
    Prof. Dr. med. Ahmed Madisch, Frankfurt, Germany
    Prof. Dr. med. Jonas Rosendahl, Halle, Germany
    Prof. Dr. med. Martin Storr, Starnberg, Germany

Meeting of the Experts after our Symposium at our booth A.07.

16th September 2021   14:30 – 15:00 CET