We are pleased to announce that Pleural Research Day 2022 will be a hybrid event with both face to face and virtual presence. The event will be held on Friday 8th July 2022.
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Title: Pleural Research Day 2022 (Virtual)
Time: Friday, Jul 8, 2022 09:00
Once again we would like to invite researchers to submit their scientific work presenting original research. (Submissions which have been recently presented at other conferences/events will also be accepted).
Abstracts will be reviewed and selected for oral or poster presentation. Winners will be selected and prizes awarded on the day.
Abstracts should be submitted in clear English with accurate grammar and spelling
Your abstract should be no more than 250 words (in the abstract body) excluding the title
The title of the abstract should introduce the hypothesis that is being tested
You should include the following sections:
Introduction – outline the background to the research and why this research is important
The annual Pleural Research Day is a fantastic opportunity to learn about current and upcoming research studies and to gain insight into research that might inform future studies in pleural disease. It is organised by Dr Eleanor Mishra (Associate Clinical Professor of Translational and Clinical Medicine) and Professor Naj Rahman.
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