2023 Saliva Symposium at Egmond aan Zee, the Netherlands, May 29th - June 1st , 2023


Dear colleagues,

It is our pleasure to announce the Saliva Symposium 2023.
Our goal is to bring together people from disciplines inside and outside dentistry that all investigate saliva. We hope to hear interesting lectures, have fruitful discussions and initiate new collaborations. We also hope that this symposium will have the relaxed and warm atmosphere that is so important for open discussions and exchange of new ideas.

You can find the most updated information on the symposium from Symposium Webpage

You can get an overview of the keynote speakers from HERE

We look forward to welcome you in Egmond aan Zee.

Toon Ligtenberg
Oral biochemistry, ACTA
The Netherlands


Please register from HERE

Deadline for registration and abstract submission: April 1st, 2023.
Early bird registration: January 20th, 2023.

More information
Please contact Toon Ligtenberg, member of the organizing committee, via a.ligtenberg@acta.nl

Submit an abstract | Deadline: April 1st, 2023

Register for the symposium | Deadline: April 1st, 2023

Submit an abstract | Deadline: April 1st, 2023
Abstracts should be submitted as an attached Word document to: a.ligtenberg@acta.nl. In order to prevent editing errors please also include a PDF version of your abstract. You may submit your preferred mode of presentation, but we cannot guarantee that we can meet your preference.
The instructions for submitting an abstract are as follows:
• max. 250 words
• Layout: 12 points ARIAL font, 1 inch margin, single line spacing
• Title in bold, 10 words max.
• Author names in CAPITALS, mark the presenter's name with an asterisk*
• Address, department, institution, e-mail address of presenter
• Conclusions underlined
• Acknowledgements, financial support at the end of the abstract
• References in text within parentheses (only authors and publication year)

We are looking forward to welcome you in hotel Zuiderduin in Egmond aan Zee. Hotel Zuiderduin offers a professional ambiance for the conference, but we hope you will also enjoy the excellent food and the luxurious facilities. Egmond aan Zee used to be a small fishing town that has turned into one of the major Dutch tourist resorts without losing its small scale appearance. When you take a walk at the beach or in the dunes, it is hard to believe that you are so close to Amsterdam and its world-famous museums or Schiphol, one of the main European Airports. Check out their website for more information.