The Association of Physicians of Great Britain and Ireland (AoP) actively organise and promote a number of different events and webinars throughout the year for both members and non members who are interested in translational medicine.
AoP regularly holds an annual meeting APAM, this year the AoP annual meeting is being held in Liverpool, 20th and 21st April 2023. We look forward to seeing you there.
We all regularly attend meetings in our specialty area, but the solution to many of today’s research challenges lies in ideas from outside of our specialty and from across disciplines. To meet leaders and talented young researchers in other fields, to hatch novel ideas and find inspiring new collaborators that you will not encounter at any other meeting – join us.
The 2023 Programme will feature Five symposia focusing on key interdisciplinary translational themes:
We are still living through a once-in-a-century pandemic which has had enormous medical, social and economic consequences. We need to prepare for future pandemics, and have already been confronted by monkeypox, hepatitis in children and vaccine-derived polio. This is on top of continuing waves of SARS-CoV-2 infections. The symposium invites abstracts on any of these issues, with plenary sessions in pandemic preparedness and monkeypox.
APAM 2023 full programme will be available soon
some insights to the programme
The George Griffin Lecture
Learning from SARS-CoV-2 sequencing: What next?
Utilising the power of cancer whole genome sequencing for clinical purposes
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning at GSK
The global outbreaks of human Monkeypox virus infection: where are we now a year on?
Tackling emerging infections from Blackpool to Bangkok and back again
From bench to bedside in record time: a fresh approach to data access for research and development
Motor neuron disease: a neurodegenerative disorder poised for successful therapeutic translation
Novel therapies for Parkinson’s