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Programme: Thursday

Day One

0845-0900 Opening Ceremony


0900-0945

Transatlantic Lecture
Metabolic and Molecular Bases for Congenital Hyperinsulinism
Prof Mike Bennett
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia, USA

0945-1015

Break & Industry Sponsored Symposia

  Industry Sponsored Workshop
(Chaired by Alpha Laboratories)
   
    0945-1015 FIT in the symptomatic: Putting Theory into Practice
Speakers TBC
   

 

Parallel Sessions

 

Service Organisation Impact on Access
(Chairs: Adrian Miller & Deepak Chandrajay)

 

Game Changers
(Chairs: 
Mick Henderson & Carys Lippiatt)

 


1015-1045

Laboratory Medicine for Transgender Patients
Dr Stephen Gibbons
Leeds Teaching Hospitals
 
1015-1045

Metabolomic Profiling
Dr Richard Unwin
University of Manchester
   


1045-1115

Harmonisation of Pre-analytical Factors: A European View
Dr Michael Cornes
New Cross Hospital, Wolverhampton
 
1045-1115

100,000 Genome Project
Dominic McMullan
Birmingham Women's Hospital
   


1115-1145

Impact of Modern Technology on Microbiology Services to an Acute Hospital
Dr James Anson
Liverpool Clinical Laboratories
 
1115-1145

Genotype Phenotype Conundra
Prof Simon Heales
Great Ormond Street Hospital, London
 
1115-1215

Alexion UK Hosted Session
Does Low ALP Matter?

Prof Bill Fraser
Norwich Medical School
Paul Newland
Alder Hey Children's Hospital
1145-1215 Organising Point of Care Testing in the Community
Dr Maurice O'Kane
Altnagelvin Area Hospital
1145-1215
Big Gains from Big Data. Integrated Health Systems and the Hospital Laboratory
Prof Daniel Lasserson
University of Oxford
   

1215-1415

Exhibition, Posters & Lunch


UK Studies for IBD: Clinical Performance and Beyond
(Immundiagnostik AG Industry Sponsored Workshop)

  Industry Sponsored Workshop
(Agilent Technologies)
1300-1345 Measuring Vedolizumab Drug Levels in IBD
Dr Mandy Perry
Royal Devon Exeter Foundation Trust
Making the Most of Anti-TNF Therapy: How Can TDM Help
Dr Tariq Ahmad
University of Exeter
1300-1345 Alkaptonuria: From Mummies to Metabolomics
Dr Anna Milan
Liverpool Clinical Laboratories

 

Parallel Sessions

 

Delivering Patient Oriented Services
(Chair: Nuthar Jassam)

 

ACB Medal Award
(Chair: Gwyn McCreanor - ACB President)

 
 
1415-1445

What Patients Want from a Pathology Service: Making Pathology Services More Patient Centred
Dr Patricia Wilkie
National Association for Patient Participation
 
1415-1615

Do Haemoglobin Variants Affect the Detection of Haemoglobin by Faecal Immunochemical Tests?
Dr Magdalen Carroll
Royal Surrey County Hospital

Modelling a Biochemist's Brain: Using Machine Learning to Aid the Interpretation of Urine Steroid Profiles
Dr Edmund Wilkes
The Royal London Hospital

Novel Markers of Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus Risk; the MAPK-interacting Serine Threonine Kinases (MNKs)
Dr Rebecca Stead
Royal Surrey County Hospital

Development of an LC-MS/MS Method for Biomarkers of Alcohol Ingestion for use with Post-Mortem Samples
Dr Emma Dewar
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary

Development of an LC-MS/MS Method for the Measurement of DHEAS, pregnenolone sulfate and 17-hydroxy pregnenolone sulfate in serum to aid in the detection of adrenocortical carcinoma
Hannah Fearon
King's College Hospital, London

Interference in an Enzymatic Creatinine Assay
Alexandra Yates
University Hospital of North Midlands

 


 

 

 



           
 

1445-1515

Pharmaceuticals On The Street and How The Laboratory Can Help
Dr Loretta Ford
City Hospital, Birmingham
   

1515-1545

Direct to the Public Testing... Key Issues and Potential Benefits for Patient Care
Prof Jonathan Berg
City Hospital, Birmingham
 
   

1545-1615

Diabetic Monitoring: Developing Patient-centred Laboratory Services
Dr Christopher Duff
Royal Stoke University Hospital
   
1630-1700
Foundation Lecture
Variation: Study It Well and use the Knowledge To Effect
Dr William Bartlett
Ninewells Hospital & Medical School, Dundee



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