In partnership with Liverpool City Region LEP and Bionow.
To register, please contact [email protected]
The business breakfast is free of charge and will be taking place ahead of the ’ Come and join leading academics from Liverpool’s School of Tropical Medicine to learn about partnership opportunities and potential funding streams.
- Introduction to the Centre for Drug and Diagnostic Discovery
- Plans for diagnostics, opportunities for industrial involvement
- Case studies on developing diagnostics for tropical diseases
- Discussion about establishing a ‘diagnostics forum’.
Following immediately after the breakfast, the two day British Symposium for Parasitology conference will focus on new diagnostic tools and detection techniques: How do we develop, evaluate and implement the best tools - and how do we monitor their impact?
If you would like to attend the symposium to hear more in depth presentations or wish to showcase your business with a stand please contact Dr Emily Adams ([email protected]) for registration fees.
Access: Registration through Congress