The biennial IBMS Congress will return to the International Convention Centre in Birmingham in September, the focus once again being on the very best that biomedical science and commercial colleagues have to offer. Here, Pathology in Practice provides a further brief preview of the four-day event.
An investment in learning and development sums up Congress exactly. Change continues to happen in pathology at an almost unprecedented pace, and many biomedical scientists are extending their knowledge and skills beyond their own specialty as services and departments merge and technologies are shared across scientific disciplines. This is a challenge for those needing to broaden their skills and knowledge, and also for
those who are now faced with developing and delivering a programme of retraining to already experienced scientists. This is where Congress ticks so many boxes.
Over four days there will be over 300 lectures across 15 different subjects and specialties. This is science like nowhere else, supported by one of the largest gatherings of commercial colleagues.
Delivering science, celebrating achievement
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