ASiT International Surgical Conference

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The 2017 ASiT International Surgical Conference will be held in the beautiful seaside town of Bournemouth, 31st March – 2nd April 2017. With a fantastic line up of plenaries and workshops, covering topics across surgical practice, training and research, there is something for delegates of all stages of training. Don’t miss our legendary gala dinner!

This is a fantastic opportunity for medical students to present and network with over 800 surgical trainees on an international scale for a significantly reduced price (just £89!). Additionally there are a number of tailored medical student prizes for entrants and specific medical student breakout sessions!

Speakers include:
Presidents of all four Surgical Royal Colleges
Chief Scientific Officer Chair of the Joint Committee on Surgical Training
Director of Medecins Sans Frontieres
Chair of the General Medical Council

We are delighted to also announce that abstract submission is now open!
There are over 20 specialty prizes to be won, including the ASiT Medal, Poster of Distinction Prize, and Medical Student Prize. Our prize cash pot has now reached over £3000! We welcome abstracts of audits, original research, pilot-projects, case reports, systematic reviews or meta-analysis. International trainee submissions are welcome from outside UK and Ireland.

Please follow the link below to submit your abstract, deadline 16th January 2017.
Early Bird Rates now available, PLUS a heavily discounted rate for ASiT members; starting at just £89 for medical students, the cheapest international surgical conference fee around!

For more information, please visit:

BONUS National Student Conference

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BONUS is a network of undergraduate oncology societies at medical schools around the UK. We aim to support inter-school collaboration in order to promote oncology as a specialty, share resources and facilitate networking between students with an interest in all aspects of oncology
We are currently accepting abstract submissions for the inaugural BONUS National Student Conference. Please apply if you have undertaken research in oncology/cancer and would like the opportunity to present your findings as a poster or oral presentation. The conference will be taking place on Saturday 4th February 2017 and will also include exciting talks and workshops by prominent clinicians and researchers in oncology. The deadline for abstract submissions is Monday 19th December 2016. Please submit abstracts using the following link:

Undergraduate Endocrinology Conference

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University of Edinburgh Endocrinology Society are hosting the 2nd national undergraduate endocrinology conference on the 28th of January. The conference itself is on diabetes and will be held in the Chancellor’s Building at the Royal Infirmary Edinburgh.


We have a number of guest speakers and will have both oral and poster presentations of students’ research on the day. We welcome any abstract submission of undergraduate level work based on any area of endocrinology, not just diabetes! Deadline for abstract submission is the 10th of December 2016. The best abstracts will be chosen to do a poster presentation on the day!


For further information and abstract submission please contact us at: For more information about the event and for information about registering for the day:

Our event website:

Facebook event:

The poster can be found here – national-undergraduate-endocrinology-conference-2016-poster

Cardiology and Cardiothoracics Conference Abstracts

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ICSM Heart Society are now inviting student abstract submissions for their upcoming Cardiology and Cardiothoracics Conference on Feb 4th 2017. Check out the Facebook event details to find out more.

Research in Clinical Practice Conference

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Dear ICSM students,

The Oxford University Clinical Academic Graduate School  is hosting the annual national Research in Clinical Practice poster conference.

3rd November 2016 at 6pm, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.

This evening conference provides a platform to discuss clinical research and audit, bringing together medical students, junior doctors and clinical academics.

This is an ideal forum to submit BSc projects or other research projects that would be counted as a national presentation.

All ideas are welcomed, no matter how preliminary or advanced. This year we are proud to welcome a fascinating group of speakers whom we hope inspire you and give you an insight into academic medicine.

Food and drink will be provided.

All attendees and presenters will receive certificates.

Admission is free.

Please see for more information, to register and to submit an abstract.

Best wishes,

Dr Rahul Ravindran