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Bioscientifica’s events team are currently working with our partners to host the following conferences.
Leeds University, Leeds, UKThe UK Congress on Obesity (UKCO) is the the Association for the Study of Obesity's (ASO) annual conference. This year's theme is "Future thinking and innovation in Obesity"
Austria Center Vienna, Vienna, AustriaThe theme of the meeting will be “Variety and Variation in Pediatric Endocrinology” relating to the manifold clinical pictures we face in our discipline and the care that we have to exercise when using the term “normality”.
George Washington University, Washington DC, USATransforming Research is a platform for the research community to analyse recent developments and discuss future methodologies, metrics, and their meanings.
Cardiff City Hall, Cardiff, UKThe 25th annual British Society for Paediatric Endocrinology and Diabetes meeting will comprise of a programme developed around the theme of 'Working together, supporting expertise & life without barriers'.
126 New Street Birmingham Macdonald Burlington HotelTaking place Monday 2nd December 2019, the UKINETS 17th Annual Conference will be hosted in Birmingham at the Macdonald Burlington Hotel. This is the leading NET conference in the UK & Ireland; come and connect with colleagues and peers for a valuable day of networking, updates in NET practice as well as opportunities to build future collaborations in our field.
Royal College of Physicians, London, UKObesity Update 2020 will take place 13 February 2020 at the Royal College of Physicians London. This comprehensive update covers a range of topics around the scientific research and clinical treatment of obesity. By attending you'll expose yourself to experts in the speciality and learn new information to improve your clinical and research led outcomes in obesity.