IBMS Congress 2022: communicating science, celebrating achievement

The biennial IBMS Congress series will return to the ICC in Birmingham in just a few weeks. The focus once again will be on the very best that biomedical science and commercial colleagues have to offer.

An investment in learning and development sums up Congress exactly. Change continues to happen in pathology at an almost unprecedented pace, and many biomedical scientists are extending their knowledge and skills beyond their own specialty as services and departments merge, technologies are shared across scientific disciplines, and responsibilities are extended. This is where Congress ticks so many boxes. Over four days there will be over 300 lectures across 15 different subjects and specialties. This is science like nowhere else, as the following preview illustrates.

Opening Plenary session

The IBMS wants delegates to hear the views, thoughts and opinions of the best in their field; it wants delegates to leave Congress with a clearer understanding of what is happening in pathology in order to help manage their services and their careers. A recent addition to the Plenary programme will see Professor Sir Jonathan Van-Tam speak on The UK response to the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic – lessons learned. This is a presentation not to be missed, delivered by perhaps the greatest communicator of the pandemic age.

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