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The 20th International Congress of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring & Clinical Toxicology (IATDMCT 2022) will be held from Sunday 18th to Wednesday 21st September 2022 in Prague, Czech Republic. IATDMCT 2022 will be the 20th opportunity for experts in Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Clinical Toxicology from the whole world to meet and shape the future of our field. The theme of the conference is Bridging the Troubled Waters.

The programme will include top class plenary speakers, innovative symposia, and practical workshops across all areas of therapeutics and toxicology with focus on clinical application, translating our expertise into patient benefit.

The conference will provide an excellent opportunity for researchers and clinicians from around the world to come together and share their research and experiences in basic, clinical, and translational pharmacology and clinical toxicology.

Prague is home to the Charles University, one of the 20 oldest universities in the world, as well as other research institutes, including the Institute of Organic Chemistry and Biochemistry made world-famous by antivirals developed by Antonín Holý. Prague is uniquely located in the heart of Europe, with affordable and convenient transport from anywhere in the world. The city of a hundred spires, with breath taking cathedrals, bridges, and palaces is considered to be one of the most beautiful cities in the world.

It will be our honour to welcome you to – hopefully post-pandemic – Prague for an exciting conference where you will have a chance to share your research, expand your knowledge, meet new friends and have fun.

Looking forward to seeing you in Prague in 2022!

Co-Chairs, IATDMCT 2022 Local Organising Committee

Prof. Milan Grundmann, MD, Ph.D.
President of the IATDMCT 2022 Congress


Assoc. Prof. Ivana Kacirova, MD, Ph.D.
Vice-President of the IATDMCT 2022 Congress


Assoc. Prof. Karel Urbanek, MD, Ph.D.
Vice-President of the IATDMCT 2022 Congress


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