NIHR BioResource Scientific Conference to return in June 2024

We are excited to announce the NIHR BioResource Scientific Conference will return later this year, hosted online on Wednesday 19 June 2024 from 9.30am to 12.30pm. Leading academics and industry researchers will present their recent work and the unique role of the NIHR BioResource in delivering translational research across a range of disease areas.

Join us online to find out how we can support you in taking your research from bench to bedside with access to curated clinical and genetic datasets, biological samples, and the ability to recall individuals based on genotype and/or phenotype.

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We are delighted to confirm that Dr Gail Marzetti, Director of Science, Research and Evidence at the Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) and Deputy CEO of the National Institute for Health and Care Research (NIHR) will be opening the event.

Guest speaker line-up will be announced in the coming weeks, and ticket registration will open soon. We will share links via email and our website and social media so keep your eyes peeled!

Over 200 attendees joined us in 2023 for the inaugural NIHR BioResource Scientific Conference, hearing from six BioResource research partners on disease areas such as Inflammatory Bowel Disease, Rare Diseases, pregnancy and COVID-19. Find out more about last year’s event and the details of each guest speaker and their respective topics of discussion.

We are looking forward to hosting our second NIHR BioResource Scientific Conference and hope to see you there! Please visit our website and follow our Twitter and LinkedIn profiles for more information about the event and the rest of our work. 

Stay tuned for more details on this year’s guest speaker line-up and ticket registration!

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