Tuesday 2nd April 2019
All day

Royal Society of Medicine, 1 Wimpole Street, London, W1G 0LZ

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

» Download the agenda (PDF)

This workshop has been approved for 5CPD credits from the Royal College of Pathology.


Registration for this event is now open.

» Register here (internal webpage)

Industry fee – £150

Consultant fee – £135

Trainee fee – £110

On the day registration will be available.

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.

We invite trainees to submit an abstract of their research to the organising committee using the instructions in the PDF linked below by the 15th February. Please email helen.pitman@ncri.org.uk for further information.

» Download instructions on how to submit your abstract (PDF)