Faculty of Health and Medical Science,

Copenhagen University

Blegdamsvej 3


The Panum Building is a part of the University of Copenhagen and is placed a few kilometres from the centre of Copenhagen.

The buildings house The Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences which includes the Dental School as well as The School of Oral Health Care.

At the Panum Building many different courses are given. Health informations, medicine, medicine and technology, nano technology, global health, environmental chemistry , molecular biomedicine and parasitology to mention af few.

The Panum Building was taken into use in 1975, and the School of Oral Health Care moved to Panum in 1986.

The Mærsk Tower from 2017, where the main part of the congress will take place,  is an extension of Panum, and contains both research and teaching facilities, as well as a conference centre with auditoriums and meeting rooms, connected to the latest technology.

Location of the venue