Participation Statistics

Virtual Meeting Statistics

ESID 2020 WENT VIRTUAL

ESID 2020 – 19th Biennial Meeting of The European Society of immunodeficiencies (ESID) took place between 14-17 October and for the first time was held as an entirely virtual event.

Overall, the balance between the combination of pre-recorded presentations and live sessions, virtual exhibition and a compact interactive online Virtual Platform allowed a successful dissemination of science and interaction between delegates online at the ESID 2020 Virtual Meeting.

The ESID 2020 virtual platform was available from the first day of the meeting, and 3 months after.

Virtual Meeting Statistics

The meeting was a great success, close to 2,000 attendees from 83 countries, took part in this highly informative meeting

Virtual Registrations

Countries represented

Top 20 Countries (%)

  • UNITED KINGDOM  – 12%

  • TURKEY – 7%

  • UNITED STATES – 6%

  • GERMANY – 5%

  • ITALY – 5%

  • SPAIN – 5%

  • POLAND – 4%

  • NETHERLANDS – 3%

  • FRANCE – 3%

  • SWITZERLAND – 3%

  • MEXICO – 3%

  • BELGIUM – 3%

  • BRAZIL – 3%

  • AUSTRALIA – 2%

  • SWEDEN – 2%

  • AUSTRIA – 2%

  • PORTUGAL – 2%

  • ARGENTINA – 2%

  • IRELAND – 1%

  • CZECH REPUBLIC – 1%

Participants by Professional Interest

  • Immunology – 39%

  • Allergy & Clinical Immunology – 26%

  • Pediatrics – 18%

  • Hematology – 3%

  • Molecular Biology – 2%

  • Internal Medicine – 2%

  • Rheumatology – 1%

  • Pharmacology  – 1%

  • Other – 8 %

Participants by Professional Role

Clinical Practitioner

Clinician Researcher

Resident/Research Fellow

Industry/Corporate Professional

Nurse/Healthcare Practitioner

Basic Science Researcher

Student

Other

Delegates by Age Group

18-30
30-40
40-50
50-60
60+

18 – 30 | 6%

30 – 40 | 29%

40 – 50 | 32%

50 – 60 | 22%

60+ | 11%

Delegates by Workplace

Hopital

Industry

University Hospital

Laboratory

Research Institute

Government Agency

Private practice & Comprehensive Care Clinic

Other

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