Dear Colleagues and Friends, The Covid-19 pandemic outbreak in Europe and in the whole world has highlighted the importance of medicine, scientific research, cooperation and exchange, which represent the foundation of our mission. We don’t know how long […]
Dear All, Due to the extraordinary circumstances and in order to safeguard against the spread of the COVID-19 the ESG Executive Committee along with the Chairpersons of the ESOG course, Prof. Michelle Nisolle and Prof. Caterina Exacoustos, have […]
Dear Friends, It’s with great pleasure that as President of the European Society of Gynecology (ESG), and on behalf of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee, I announce the publication of the Volume 2 – Number […]
The last edition of the ESG congress, took place in Vienna from 16 to 19 October 2019, ending with an extremely positive balance. 1273 participants coming from 5 continents, 80 scientifc sessions and more than 180 international speakers. […]
In this short interview Professor Michelle Nisolle, Editor in Chief of EGO journal, explains the goal of the journal as well as the need to create a multidisciplinary journal which gathers manuscripts covering all the gynecological and obstetrical pathologies that may be encountered in clinical practice.
EGO, the official Open Access Journal of the European Society of Gynecology, is avalable at www.egojournal.eu.
We are currently seeking scientific research papers relevant to the field.
The first 70 articles accepted will be published FREE of charge.
Submit your manuscript now.
This year the ESG congress rounded out its activities offering the attendees the chance to enjoy interesting and funny moments outside the conference. Klimt and Schiele are waiting for you! Thanks to an important partnership with the Leopold […]
As President of the European Society of Gynecology (ESG), and on behalf of the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee, I am proud to announce the publication of the ESG’s new peer-reviewed, open access journal: EGO – […]
Dr. Antoine Watrelot talks about “Complications of laparoscopic surgery”, one of the topics debated during the ESOG course “Laparoscopic Gynecologycal Syrgery” – Paris 13/14 December 2018