Zion Ben Rafael

COGI Founder and Co-Chairman


The COGI Congress in Vienna will continue to provide an innovative and comprehensive overview of the latest research developments in the field, primarily in the areas of IVF, FMM, Family Planning, Menopause and Gyne-Oncology. Many distinguished gynecologists and scientists will join the faculty and will present their experiences and research in the form of debates, discussions and plenary lectures.
We look forward to welcoming you to the vibrant and beautiful city of Vienna.

Testimonials from COGI-24

  • The congress has provided us a broad spectrum of different topics and new insights in every aspect of gynecology, obstetrics and infertility. COGI also gives great attention to young scientists in order for them to promote their work
    Emina Ejubovic, Bosnia and Herzegovina
  • The 24th COGI Congress provided and innovative and comprehensive overview of the latest developments in the field, primarily in the areas of IVF, family planning, menopause and perinatology. Novel information and comprehensive discussion in which I took part, particularly after plenary lectures and in debates, will be, by no means, beneficial for my future research and in my clinical practice, as well
    Svetlana Dragojevic Dikic, Serbia
  • Thesis- antithesis and synthesis - this is how the science evolves. By bringing controversial issues in medicine together COGI help everyone to evolve. Definitely COGI is the most memorable educational events always presented by hot topics and shared by the top experts.
    Eduard Hambartsoumian, Armenia
  • I have participated in several COGI congresses and I always found that the vast topics in each congress, the list of top speakers and the up-to-date information given is enriching and helps me a lot in my daily practice and the state of the art information I can give to my patients. I highly recommend this congress to my fellow physicians.
    Eitan Peer, Israel


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