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UK and Ireland Renal SpR Club Autumn Meeting

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St Anne's College

56 Woodstock Road

Oxford

OX2 6HS

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The UK Renal Association SpR Club and Kidney Research UK are delighted to invite you to their Autumn meeting for 2019 – ‘From Bench to Bedside Nephrology’.

This will be held on September 28th-29th in St. Anne's College in the historical city of Oxford. The meeting will cover a broad range of research areas and methodologies in Nephrology along with their clinical application, with updates and advice from experts in the field.

Full rate tickets include registration, all meals and overnight accommodation. Day tickets include registration and meals only.

Here is the provisional meeting programme:


Nephrology SpR Club Autumn Meeting 2019

Theme: From Bench to Bedside Nephrology

September 28th-29th, Oxford

FINAL PROGRAMME

Saturday 28th September


12pm Registration and Lunch

1pm Welcome and Introduction (Matthew Graham-Brown, Committee Chair)

1.15pm Hypoxia Inducible Factor and its clinical applications – Prof. Sir Peter Ratcliffe, University of Oxford

1.45pm Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of CKD progression - Prof Jill Norman, UCL

2:15pm Clinical trials in anaemia – Prof Chris Winearls, University of Oxford

2:45pm Coffee Break

3:15pm Global Nephrology Research – Dr. Gavin Dreyer, Barts Health Department of Nephrology, London.

3.45pm Research in renal units: opportunities for trainees – Prof Phil Kalra, University of Manchester

4:15pm Break

5.00pm Improving outcomes of pregnancies in women with kidney disease - Prof. Liz Lightstone, Imperial College London.

5.30pm SGLT-2 Inhibitors in CKD - Dr. Will Herrington, University of Oxford

6:00pm Close

7.30pm Dinner & Quiz

Sunday 29th September

10am Update in Vasculitis Research – Prof. Alan Salama, UCL

10.30am Investigating the genetics of renal diseases – Dr. Katherine Bull, University of Oxford

11.am Coffee

11:30pm Stratified Medicine in Children – Dr. Wen Yi Ding, University of Bristol

12pm Psychosocial health in young ESKD patients, Dr. Alex Hamilton, University of Bristol

12:30pm Close



Please email dearbhla.kelly@ndcn.ox.ac.uk if you have any queries about this meeting or if tickets sell out and you wish to be placed on the waiting list.


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