The RSM is delighted to announce Hugh Bonneville, one of Britain's most loved actors, will be joining us for some riveting conversation and insights into his fascinating acting career. Hugh is best known for playing Robert Crawley, Earl of Grantham in the ITV global sensation historical drama series Downton Abbey.
About this section
The Clinical Immunology & Allergy Section’s purpose is to promote knowledge and understanding of clinical immunology and allergies.
This symposium will review advances in the understanding of skin immunity, including skin disorders in impaired immunity and auto-immunity.
Join the Royal Soiciety of Medicine'S clinical immunology section as we bring together leading experts in the management of anaphylaxis in both adults and children to provide a comprehensive overview of fatalities in food allergy and what can be done to prevent them. This awareness raising event will be hugely informative with ample opportunities for audience participation and discussion.
The RSM and Allergy Academy’s hugely popular food allergy study day is back for its 14th year. This is a full day event aimed at all health care professionals who see children and adults with food allergy as part of their practice.
- First prize: £300
- Second prize: Two prizes of £100
Sunday 19 January 2020
Training grade doctors, young scientists and medical students (not above Specialist Registrar, Grade B Clinical Scientist or equivalent grade) with an immunological or allergy component of their clinical research.
The work to be presented must be original and substantially the candidate's own. Abstracts (not exceeding 250 words) should be submitted along with a supporting letter from a supervisor.
Candidates will be expected to present their work at the 'AGM Presidential prize meeting and state of the art lecture'.
- £750 to be used towards research or training in clinical immunology and allergy, and a year's free RSM membership
To be announced
Medical students, trainees (up to ST3) and young scientists.
Submit a 750-word essay that highlights development and progression on any of the following topics: gut allergy, microbiotica, or food intolerance.
Shortlisted candidates will be invited to present their essay at a Clinical Immunology & Allergy meeting.
- First prize: £100
- Second prize: £50
To be announced
Medical students and trainees.
Submit a 250-word abstract on a literature review or case study on urticaria. The abstracts should be clearly structured and should include the title of the poster; the presenting author's name, any other authors and their professional role and affiliation.
Shortlisted candidates will be required to print their presentation in A1 to present at a Clinical Immunology & Allergy meeting.
Dr Tabi Leslie