We have 5 FREE places for LSRG members to attend the Enteric HTC Hackday 2016: Imaging, Sensing and Digital in GI Medicine on Friday 14 October at the Royal Society of Medicine (usual ticket price £130). The meeting will be exploring the frontiers of technology in gastrointestinal medicine, bringing together clinicians, academics, industry and patients.
Speakers include Prof David Jayne, colorectal consultant from Leeds, Prof Neil Mortensen, colorectal consultant from Oxford, Prof Robin Phillips, colorectal consultant from St Mark’s, Prof Paul Swain, inventor of capsule endoscopy, and Prof Sir Norman Williams and Prof Charles Knowles from Royal London. The afternoon hack session will see all delegates working together in a workshop to think of new exciting ideas to solve some of the hardest problems in GI medicine. Your clinical insight will be invaluable – come and let your ideas be heard!
It’s first come first served for the free places. If the free places have gone, subsequent LSRG members will be able to attend for the exclusive price of £50.
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