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Building Bridges in Medical Sciences

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Building Bridges in Medical Sciences is a one-day conference that brings together scientists from different disciplines, career stages and countries. The conference emphasises the need for interdisciplinary approaches to tackle the biomedical research and global health challenges of the 21st century.

Our goal is to promote crosstalk and collaborations within the scientific and medical communities by bringing to you renowned experts and have them share about how their work has answered important scientific questions and to contemplate future directions for the advancement of their fields.

BBMS is aimed at graduate students and early career researchers who want to better understand the current state of cutting-edge biomedical research and develop useful connections to other scientists across a variety of fields.

Our confirmed speakers are: Helen Rees (University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg) Michael Owen (Cardiff University) Susan Galbraith (Vice President and Head of Oncology iMed AstraZeneca) Norman Maitland (University of York) Gail Martin (University of California) Leo Cheng ( The Royal London and Homerton University Hospitals in London) Dawn Coverley (University of York) Lee Cronin (University of Glasgow)

We also have a training on transitioning between academia and entrepreneurship led by: Andreu Soldevila Fabrega (LeanBio)

The day will end with an elevator pitch session by two promising health startups: JustMilk Healark

Do join us for an enriching and enlightening day of talks and networking!

This talk is part of the Building Bridges in Medical Science Conference series.

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