Two Birmingham events back to back is a great way to start November
I started off my double-dose of the UK’s Second City with support and recording of the UK-EGG (UK Eye Genetics Group) Annual Meeting, Birmingham Children’s Hospital was the venue. Following last year’s joint international meeting with ISGEDR it was a pleasure to be commissioned to record the UK-EGG Annual Meeting (screencasts sponsored by ISGEDR).
Professor Robert MacLaran was the keynote speaker, he gave an excellent talk on ‘Gene Therapy for Retinal Diseases’. Below is the Highlights Video and if you head over to the UK-EGG site to check on all the latest news, plus if you are a member, view the HD Screencasts.
UK-EGG are heading north of the border to Glasgow for the 2019 Annual Meeting, already booked and looking forward to working with this great organisation.
Day 2 - 11th Birmingham Breast Pathology Update Course
Moving on from Eye Genetics to Breast Pathology meant heading over to the magnificent Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.
I have supported and recorded Dr Abeer Shaaban's course for three years now and it just gets better and better. To keep up with the greater number of delegates this year the course moved from the ‘soon to be retired’ Postgraduate Centre over the road and round the bend to QEHB’s ‘spanking new’ Education Centre.
Great venue with very supportive staff, only issue being the audio which was set to keep the whole of Birmingham informed as to what was going on :-)
Check out the Highlights Video before heading over to their website so that you can book for next year.