A Practical Guide to Pathology Research
More about this event
The CM-Path biomarker workshop series aims at discussing the current and future challenges of innovative biomarker developments, and agreeing on the barriers for delivery of clinical diagnostics assays. The third workshop is organized by the CM-Path Discovery Workstream and focuses on advances in tissue based research and presents a practical guide to developing your research ideas
We will cover:
- Latest advances in technology including FFPE based whole genome sequencing, multiplex tissue assays and single cell analysis
- Sources of research funding and opportunities for support and collaboration for pathology based research
- Practical guide for becoming involved with tissue based research including; ethical and legal considerations, developing a tissue archive to support research, supporting clinical trials and developing ideas for translational research
This workshop has been approved for 5CPD credits from the Royal College of Pathologists.
Opportunities for trainee involvement at the event
We have four oral presentation slots and eight poster presentation slots available at this event open to trainees to present their research.
Please note: the abstract deadline has now passed. We will not be accepting any further applications. Thank you for submitting your abstract.
Prizes on offer:
Best Poster: £100
Best Oral presentation: Fully funded* delegate place at the NCRI 2019 Cancer Conference in Glasgow
*CM-Path will pay for one delegate place at the NCRI conference
CM-Path will pay for accomodation for two nights in Glasgow in line with the NCRI expenses policy
CM-Path will pay for travel to Glasgow from a location in the UK. Standard class only according to the NCRI expenses policy.
CM-Path will book the place at the conference for the delegate but the accommodation and travel should be purchased by the individual and then will be reimbursed following submission of a valid expenses form.
Forms and communications will be managed by the CM-Path programme manager Helen Pitman – Helen.Pitman@ncri.org.uk
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