For your diary-; 5th Biotest Immunology Forum 6th – 7th June 2019 at The Royal Society, London

For INGID members who may be able to travel to London, this meeting will focus on Complex Immunodeficiencies: New Challenges, New Perspectives


This exciting two-day meeting is intended for clinicians, nurses and pharmacists with an interest in the management of complex immunodeficiencies. Featuring a programme of scientific hot topics delivered by high calibre UK and international speakers including Prof Andrew Cant, Dr Siraj Misbah, Prof Hugh Willison, Dr Cecile Blimark, Dr John Maher, Prof Corry Weemaes and Prof Alain Fischer.


The audience will have the opportunity to participate in two interactive sessions lead by Dr Siobhan Burns and Dr Alex Richter on ‘How to manage patients with complex primary immunodeficiency’ and ‘How to prescribe immunoglobulin replacement therapy for patients with non-classical and secondary immunodeficiency’.


Accredited by the Royal College of Pathologists for 8 CPD credits.


The meeting will be held at The Royal Society – a beautiful, historic location in central London with modern facilities.  


This event is initiated and funded by Biotest.

Biotest will reimburse reasonable travel costs and can offer accommodation close to the venue for Thursday night for individuals who require it.


Conference website:

Enquires: or Lisa Turrell on 0121 733 3393


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