Call for Sponsors

 

On behalf of the Organizing Committee we invite you to consider becoming a sponsor of the 1st Conference on Wild and Domesticated Mammal Hair. The conference will be held in Budapest, Hungary, on the Eötvös Loránd University 20-23 May 2019.

Supporting the WDMH conference is an ideal way to demonstrate your organization's alignment to the nature sciences, within the wide scale of mammalogical researches based on hair and fur identification and its’ pattern analysis. This spectrum include anatomy, physiology and morphology; identification of hair samples from fossils, textiles, and from field samples; forensic investigations; taxonomy, phylogeography; non-invasive hair collecting methods support the conservation studies of mammal species by their detection.

The two main type of sponsoring are the exhibitor/advertiser and the corporation ones. 
Exhibitor and/or advertiser sponsors are welcome to inform researchers about relevant applications and opportunities of new technologies, equipments might help the improvement of trichological researches on mammals, like the microscopy, molecular and genetic researches, and the field works. 
Corporate support can be targeted to a particular program or free time activity at the Conference (like excursion, guided tours).

Your support is very important to the conference, and the organising committee ensures that your contributions will be well recognized.

Please contact us for more information on the sponsorship possibilities.

We look forward to your noble support for the success of the 1st conference WDMH 2019!

Yours sincerely,

Mária Tóth
Conference chair

 

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