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The biology and management of bradykinin-mediated disorders

Date: Monday 5 November 2012
Royal Society of Medicine, London
CPD: 5 points (applied for)

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Dear Colleague,

We are pleased to announce that the meeting “The biology and management of bradykinin-mediated disorders" will be held on Monday 5 November 2012 at the RSM.

"The biology and management of bradykinin-mediated disorders" is a conference focused on the regulation of the formation of bradykinin and its mechanism of action in human disease and covers the latest developments in the management of angioedema and allergic disease by targeting the bradykinin pathway.

We will be awarding 50 bursary places to those of a student or trainee grade. To apply for these places please email [log in to unmask] with your name, address, telephone number, grade and institution. Places will be awarded on a first come first serve basis.

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Programme includes:

·         Management of angioedema

·         Regulation of bradykinin formation

·         Bradykinin receptors and their regulation

·         Novel drugs and unusual angioedema

·         Bradykinin: The latest wheeze in allergic airway disease?

·         Bradykinin and mast cells

·         Bradykinin and infections

·         Mechanisms of bradykinin formation in angioedema

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Confirmed speakers:

·         Dr Allen Kaplan, Medical University of South Carolina

·         Professor Heiko Herwald, Lund University

·         Dr Andrew Walls, University of Southampton

·         Dr Paul Turner, Institute of Child Health, UCL and St Mary's Hospital/Imperial College London

·         Dr Hilary Longhurst, Barts and the London Hospitals

·         Professor Fredrik Leeb-Lundberg, Lund University

·         Dr Thomas Renné, Karolinska Institute

·         Professor Konrad Bork, Universitaets-Hautklinik, Mainz, Germany

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Prices: Early bird prices apply until 24 September 2012


RSM members: £25 - £35

Non RSM members: £40 - £50

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