Translational science update: today’s science shaping tomorrow’s clinical practice
Understanding the research papers that drive practice
Thursday 7 November 2013
Royal College of Physicians
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The RCP is pleased to present this inaugural one-day conference designed to provide delegates with a greater understanding of the research that underpins clinical practice. The programme will present the most cutting-edge developments in biomedical science and what these developments can teach clinicians about disease and the outputs they could deliver.
The conference will explain the science behind the advances driving medicine and delegates will be better-equipped to understand the research papers that ultimately drive their practice.
Programme highlights will include:
- Genomics of cancer.
- Personalised medicine
- Gene therapy.
- Biologic therapies.
- Medical applications of nanotechnology
- Stem cell therapies.
Early bird discounts available until 22 August 2013. We are also pleased to offer the discounted member rate to members of the Royal College of Surgeons.
All RCP conferences are valid for CPD credits - this conference is worth 5 credits.
What past delegates of RCP conferences have said:
“The quality and pace of the speakers were really exceptional. It was one of the best events I've been to.” (2012 conference delegate).
Who should attend?
- Clinicians with an interest in research approaches who want to learn more.
- Consultant clinical academics wishing to expand their knowledge.
- Clinical academic trainees.
- Academic GPs.
- Clinical lecturers.
Contact Person: Conference coordinator
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
CPD Code: 83465