IPOKRaTES was founded on the belief that the quest for knowledge should be an essential virtue in one’s live. Knowledge is not sought for the accumulation of wordly prestige, power or wealth. Knowledge should be sought to improve the human condition.
IPOKRaTES strives to provide the best possible postgraduate and student education in the field of medicine and other biomedical sciences. This goal has already been achieved in pediatrics and neonatology in the form of seminars and conferences, which are held by the most distinguished experts in their field.
IPOKRaTES is an international, non-profit, non-governmental foundation and seeks to transfer and exchange scientific knowledge with all colleagues of all countries, independent of race, color, religion or political system as a non-profit seeking charitable movement. IPOKRaTES also engages in issues of health and education, social justice and human dignity worldwide.
- teaching and learning as a form of spiritual life
- few excellent professors instead of many mediocre
- teach individuals within a group
- select most relevant, novel and practical issues
- offer insights into and discussions on important paradigms
We believe a selection of few distinguished professors is essential for quality teaching. We also believe that a small group of individuals can be offered more in matter of relevant and modern topics than a mass audience. IPOKRaTES thus is dedicated to the international transfer of knowledge, postgraduate as well as graduate education and research at the highest levels.
IPOKRaTES organizes seminars designed for highly motivated and promising graduate and post-graduate students as well as established specialists. These seminars have been conceived to supplement existing academic curricula, to help professionals keep abreast of the most important recent developments in their fields on one hand, and to develop the research qualities of young, talented researchers on the other.
IPOKRaTES was founded on the belief that
- the quest for knowledge should be an essential virtue in one’s life
- knowledge is not sought for the accumulation of worldly prestige, power or wealth
- knowledge should be sought to improve the human condition
- provide excellent biomedical education
- foster young researchers and scientists
- engage in issues of health and education, social justice and human dignity worldwide