15th March, Royal Society of Medicine
McCance Lecture: "A genetic perspective of preterm delivery - is it the mother or the child or both?" Professor Bo Jacobsson. Professor in Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Gothenburg and Senior Researcher, Institute of Public Health, Oslo.
Keynote Lecture: "Hydrocortisone for Improving Outcome after Extremely Preterm Birth". Professor Olivier Baud, University of Geneva.
60th anniversary celebration
27th - 28th June, Clare College, Cambridge
7th November, Royal Society of Medicine
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ABOUT THE NEONATAL SOCIETY
The Neonatal Society is a leading academic society, the aim of which is to promote neonatal science. We do this by inviting you to present your original scientific research at our meetings which also feature keynote speakers from across the globe. Society meetings are held three times a year, two meetings in London and a summer meeting held elsewhere in the UK or Europe.
The Society has a well-established track record of fostering new research by the award of prizes to leading young investigators, as well as a student research bursary. Abstracts from presentations are reviewed by the Society committee prior to publication online, and all such abstracts back to 2001 are available free of charge online in this site, fully indexed and searchable.
The Neonatal Society is a Registered Charity, Number 260349