International Virtual Anatomy Conference

IVACON 2021

CONTEMPORARY AND EVOLVING
PERPSECTIVES IN ANATOMY
LEARNING

Anatomical Society of KGMU
Department of Anatomy
Lucknow,India

International Virtual Anatomy Conference

Dates To Remember

10 Jan 2021

Registration has been closed

20 Jan 2021

Abstract submission portal closed

30 Jan 2021

Last date for confirmation of acceptance of oral / poster presentation

10 Feb 2021

Last date for submitting recorded Presentations

19 Feb 2021

Access to links for various sessions

30 Jan 2021

Screening Round of PG Anatomy Quiz

2 feb 2021

Screening Round of UG Anatomy Quiz

20 & 21 Feb 2021 (Live on-line)

Quiz Finale

IVACON 2021

Honourable vice chancellor
Message,

I would like to congratulate the Anatomical Society of KGMU, Department of Anatomy, Lucknow, for organizing Interna tional Virtual Anatomy Conference (IVACO N 2021) scheduled for February 20-22, 2021 with the theme "Contemporary and Evolving perspectives in learning Anatomy".
Due to the unprecedented COVID 19 situation, personal interactions in large gatherings are neither possible nor safe. I am sure that IVACON 2021, will allow an opportunity to all Anatomists from afar to connect and contribute in the learning and resea rch of Anatomy

I wish all participants the best experience and the conference organizers a grand success!

(Lt. Gen.(Dr.) Bipin Puri)
Vice Chancellor

IVACON 2021

organizing Chairperson...
Dear Delegates,

It gives me immense pleasure to announce that Anatomical Society of King George’s Medical University, Department of Anatomy, Lucknow, India is organizing its First International Virtual Anatomy Conference ( IVACON 2021) from 20th- 22nd February 2021. Covid-19 Pandemic has kept the traditional academic gatherings at hold. This virtual meet is an effort to overcome it. This platform will provide a rich experience to listen anatomists across the world on the theme “Contemporary and evolving perspectives in learning Anatomy”.
Faculty of Anatomy, research scholars and students can participate in various scientific sessions and present their work. Conference is also providing a unique opportunity to our undergraduate and postgraduate students to participate in a national level quiz to promote their competitive spirits. And, lastly a virtual workshop on karyotyping techniques is organized to enrich the experience of many budding anatomists.
Professor Punita Manik