Bangladesh University of Health Sciences (BUHS) was established in mid-2012 with one of the aims of upholding the philanthropic philosophy of National Professor Dr. Muhammad Ibrahim, Founder of the Diabetic Association of Bangladesh (BADAS). The University is the first ever private university in Bangladesh specialized in health sciences education originated with inherent values for innovative approach to promote quality education leading to prepare time-befitted health professionals for under taking responsibilities for universal humanitarian services.
Bangladesh University of Health Sciences (BUHS)
125/1 Darus Salam Road, Technical, Mirpur-1 , Dhaka – 1216
Posters will be displayed from participants in the designated area of the Venue. Information regarding poster format, set-up, and dismantling will be sent to the presenters with the notification of acceptance.
Please visit event.bssf-bd.org for the latest information on the conference. All relevant information (registration, abstracts submission, accommodation, travel & sightseeing) is available online.
The sole language of the Congress is English.
Final Conference Programme & Abstracts
The Final Congress Programme and Abstracts will be published on the website event.bssf-bd.org prior to the beginning of the event. Delegates will receive a copy of the Final Programme with Conference material on site.
Bangladesh Society for Safe Food will publish a compilation of selected presentations in a special volume of the Conference Proceedings, which will be organised in specifictopic areas.
Letter of Invitation
A formal letter of invitation may be requested from the Conference Organizer by 1 April 2021 to help the delegates with accepted abstracts to raise funds and obtain visas to attend the Conference.
Entry visas are required for foreign citizens. Please check with the Bangladesh Embassies/High Commissions for visa procedure and required documents.
Do not hesitate to contact the Conference Organizing Committes if your abstract has been accepted and you need an official letter from us to facilitate issuing a visa to travel to Bangladesh. Allow enough time for processing and write us by the 1st of January 2020.
City of Dhaka
Dhaka is not a quiet, retiring place. The city, bursting with nearly 17 million people (most of whom often seem to be stuck in the same traffic jam as you), is a gloriously noisy and chaotic place, bubbling with energy.
It’s a city that can sometimes threaten to overwhelm the casual visitor, but once you climb into the back of one of its myriad colourful cycle-rickshaws, Dhaka’s charm starts to slowly reveal itself. Life flows from the boats on the Buriganga River to its unexpectedly green parks and university campuses. Mughal and British monuments speak of its history, its mosques and Hindu temples of its spiritual side, and the thriving arts and restaurant scenes – plus the rush to build new roads and a metro railway system – give a glimpse of the direction of future travel.
Dhaka isn’t without challenges, but sooner or later you’ll start to move to its rhythm and truly embrace this furiously beating heart of Bengali culture.
Tourism in Bangladesh
Bangladesh’s tourist attractions include historical monuments, resorts, beaches, picnic spots, forests and tribal people, wildlife of various species. Activities for tourists include angling, water skiing, river cruising, hiking, rowing, yachting, and sea bathing. For detail please visit http://www.tourismboard.gov.bd