Stratified Medicine Symposium
10 – 11 July 2014
Lecture Theatre and the Roben’s Suite,
29th and 30th floor, Tower Wing,
Guy's Hospital, London SE1 9RT
The Stratified Medicine Symposium is being organised and funded by the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre at Guy’s and St. Thomas NHS Foundation Trust and King’s College London, and seeks to bring together leaders in the field who have a specialist interest in stratified medicine.
The symposium aims to highlight recent developments in biomarker discovery and provide opportunities for speakers and the audience to discuss future approaches and collaborations.
It will also consider the opportunities and challenges faced by those undertaking stratified medicine research, and help identify what practitioners require in order to best adopt a stratified approach.
Programme at a glance:
· Opening session: 2pm Thursday 10th July
· Top and tailed by a Keynote Lecture and Panel Discussion
· Extensive opportunities for collaboration and networking
· Evening Drink’s Reception on Thursday 10th July
· Poster presentation with prize
Thursday 10th July
· An Industry perspective
Friday 11th of July
· Advances in Stratified Medicine from both a UK and an international perspective
· Measuring the Immune Response
· The challenges of Big data
· Cardiovascular disease and imaging
Close of workshop: 5:30pm Friday 11th July
Kings Health Partners staff: £100
External Academic: £150
There are 150 places for this event which will be allocated on a first come first serve basis, so please do book as soon as possible!
Please see the link to register: http://www.guysandstthomasevents.co.uk/other-training/stratified-medicine-symposium/
We have an exciting line up of speakers who are all leaders in the field of stratified medicine. I have attached the preliminary agenda for you.
Please note that we have keynote talks from Professor Sir John Bell and Professor Tim Behrens.
We will have a poster presentation for this event, open to all BRCs and BRUs for submission. Please find the abstract submission form attached. In order to present a poster at the Symposium you need to be registered as a delegate. Posters should be presented as A0 (841mm x 1189mm) portrait size. Please note that there is limited space available. The deadline for submission is the 30th May 2014.
Medical staff and clinical scientists in career grade posts who are enrolled with one of the Royal Colleges for CPD purposes and attend the meetings will be entitled to receive 8 CPD credits
We hope you can join us!
Symposium Organising Committee
Professor Frank Nestle, Chair of Cutaneous Medicine and Immunotherapy, Kings College London and Honorary Consultant Dermatologist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital
Professor Mark Peakman, Head of the Department of Immunobiology and Honorary Consultant Immunologist at Kings College Hospital
Professor Andrew Cope, Chair of Rheumatology at Kings CollegeLondon
Professor Lucilla Poston, Head of King’s Division of Women’s Health, Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital
Professor Manuel Mayr, Professor of Cardiovascular Proteomics, King’s College London
Professor Reza Razavi, Director of KHP Research, Consultant Cardiologist and Paediatric Cardiologist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ and Professor of Paediatric Cardiovascular Science at King’s College London
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