Birmingham will play host to the “Fertility 2015” conference from 5th to 7th January 2015, which will gather together leaders from the world of fertility, assisted pregnancy and sexual health. Birmingham is obviously no stranger to hosting major world conferences, and has the world class hotels to make sure all of the 450 delegates attending the conference have a pleasant stay.
Who will be there
The conference has worked hard to foster its reputation as a mecca for those in the field of fertility, and, as a result, can attract big names, such as Professor Carlos Simon, Professor of Obstetrics and Gynaecology from the University of Valencia- lecturing this year on the subject of human endometrial receptivity. The Anne McLaren Memorial Lecture will be held by Moira O’Bryan, of Monash University, Australia. The delegates will have a full program of lectures and events to attend throughout the three days.
Why attend Fertility 2015
The conference is a great place to learn about the newest developments in assisted reproduction and keep abreast of clinical and scientific advances. And you won’t be alone, as around 450 other delegates will be in attendance, making it a great way to network and meet other experts in your field.
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Fertility 2015 is also a great place to get feedback on your own work, as the conference is running a “call for abstracts”, which will give you the opportunity to show your work either orally or in poster format. Last years’ exhibition saw around 200 poster presentations and this year looks set to improve on that number, meaning that delegates really have their opportunity to get their finger on the pulse of the latest research and developments.
Obviously a trade show like this isn’t complete without the leaders from the medical devices and manufacturing world. The exhibition aspect of the conference will house around 50 of the industry leading firms who will be showing off the latest innovations with demonstrations and giveaways. It’s like having the new products pages from the trade journals all compressed into one room, and in 3D.
Companies already confirmed include Hunter Scientific, Research Instruments and Cook Medical, to name just a few. Nothing beats having a new innovation in your hand, and speaking to the team who developed it, to really get to grips with what they have tried to achieve, and how it might benefit you in your professional life.
Birminghams ICC will play host to Fertility 2015, and it’s good to know that by attending you will be in safe hands.; the ICC Birmingham has hosted some of the world’s most prestigious events.
Situated in the heart of Birmingham’s vibrant city centre, the conference centre boasts state of the art facilities, including a shopping centre, business centre, restaurants, nightlife and even a symphony hall. So you can be sure that your stay in Birmingham will be both enlightening and enjoyable.
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