Where to start if you’ve been thinking about research!
Have you ever thought about doing some research because you want to make improvements for your patients or how you do your job?
Well, the Imperial Clinical Academic Training Office (CATO) has a session for you…
This informal and exploratory session could be just the start you need. This FREE event is open to all Imperial College Healthcare Trust/Imperial College/Royal Brompton and Royal Marsden Hospital’s non-medical healthcare professionals. Please see below details about the event and to book your place now.
Date: Thursday 3 May 2018
Venue: Wolfson Building, Hammersmith Hospital.
CATO Masterclass: Improving use of genomic information including accessing the 100,000 Genomes project, 8 May
Tuesday 8 May 2018, 17.30-19.30, W12 Conference Centre, Hammersmith Hospital
This Masterclass will explore the cutting-edge use of genomic information both in clinical practice and clinical academic research, and will give an update on the 100,000 Genomes project and how clinical academics can use/access 100,000 Genomes. Whatever your research interests this will be of enormous interest, given the rapidly changing field, and might allow you to better think how to access available data/materials.
CATO Research Symposium: 27 June
Wednesday 27 June 2018, 13.00-18.30, W12 Conference Centre, Hammersmith Hospital
The annual research symposium is a key part of clinical academic training – exposing trainees to a wider range of research than in day-to-day work, giving an opportunity to think of novel collaborations, techniques, and research questions, and see how a clinical academic career can be developed. It is an essential part of clinical academic life! You should attend if you are an Academic Foundation Doctor, ACF, in a clinical research training fellowship/PhD, CL or other post-doctoral researcher, or a non-medical clinical academic.
The afternoon will include research presentations, a keynote presentation from a world-leading academic, poster viewing and networking opportunities.
ACFs, CRTFs, CLs and AFPs, and non-medical clinical academic researchers are invited to submit a research abstract for this event. There will be prizes for the best oral presentations in each trainee category and also for the best poster