Rope Walk House, Nottingham, United Kingdom
26 Oct 2018 - 26 Oct 2018
What is the British Otorhinolaryngology and Allied Sciences Research Meeting?
It is the premier forum for high quality ENT research in UK, with a unique format that allows trainees to give talks and receive feedback from leading academics. It is also a unique opportunity where research-active / academic trainees meet to share experiences, foster collaborations, and help each other.
Why should you attend?
To present and hear the best cutting edge research going on in ENT in the UK. To share experiences of carrying out research. This event gives trainees the opportunity to give a talk describing their research, and receive constructive feedback from leading academics in ENT. It also allows for the opportunity to network with other research-active trainees, to share experiences and tips on carrying out research. Hear scientific critique of research for trainees and consultant’s a like with the opportunity to showcase your work to your peers.
Confirmed speaker: Professor Patrick Bradley will be talking about the History of the Otorhinolaryngological Research Society.