Venue & Travel

ISSCR International Symposium
20-22 February 2019  |  Amsterdam, Netherlands


Stem Cells & Organoids in Development & Disease will be held at the K.I.T. Royal Tropical Institute, an historic, neo-renaissance building at the edge of Amsterdam's beautiful Oosterpark.

K.I.T. Royal Tropical Institute
Mauritskade 64

1092 AD Amsterdam

Route Directions

The K.I.T. Royal Tropical Institute is centrally located, accessible via multiple public transit options and within walking distance of numerous lodging options.


Traveling to Amsterdam

Amsterdam is easily accessible via several modes of transportation, including international air service at Airport Shiphol. Airport Shiphol offers multiple ways to travel easily and affordably into the city center.

Travelers from some countries may require a short-stay visa. Please thoroughly research whether you require a visa and apply prior to the Symposium cancellation deadline on 23 January, 2019. 

Need information on weather, transit, accessibility, health and safety, or other practical matters? Start here. 

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About Amsterdam

Amsterdam is a vibrant cultural center, with world-class museums, theatre, live music, laid-back bars and delightful restaurants. Explore all there is to see and do

In addition, this beautiful and historic city is also a leading business and scientific hub for Europe and the world. It's home to academic hospitals, two respected universities and many specialized research institutes. 

Café Restaurant Amsterdam Interior-Marie-Charlotte Pezé-Rechtenvrij