2024 UK Preconception EMCR Network conference

14 November 2024 10:00am

The UK Preconception Early and Mid-career Researchers (EMRC) Network invites you to attend their annual conference on preconception health and care.

This 1-day hybrid conference will be held on Thursday 14th November 2024 at the University of Leicester and on Zoom.

The conference will include a Keynote presentation, showcase preconception health and care research conducted by students and early- and mid-career researchers and professionals, and conclude with a workshop.

Click here to read about last year's workshop.

Call for abstracts

We invite abstract submissions from students and early- and mid-career researchers and professionals.

Abstracts should cover research, policy or clinical practice relevant to pre- and interconception health and care, and will be considered for oral and poster presentations.

Abstract submission deadline: 14 August 2024.

Registration

Early birth registration fees:

Early Bird Standard in-person - £40.00

Early Bird Student in-person - £20.00

Early Bird Standard online - £20.00

Early Bird Student online - £10.00

From 1 October 2024, prices will increase to:

Standard in-person - £45.00

Student in-person - £25.00

Standard online - £25.00

Student online - £15.00

In-person tickets will be available until 14 October 2024.

Online tickets will be available until 12 November 2024.

All those registered (both in-person and online registration) will be provided with access to the conference recordings.

We look forward to seeing you at the conference.

If you have any questions, please contact the UK Preconception EMRC Network conference organisers: preconception.emcr.conference@gmail.com.

Organising committee

Merissa Elizabeth Hickman, University of Leicester (organising committee co-chair)

Dr Manjiri Khare, University Hospitals of Leicester (organising committee co-chair)

Dr Danielle Schoenaker, University of Southampton (UK Preconception EMCR Network chair)

Dr Stephanie Hanley, University of Birmingham

Catherine Stewart, UCL

Emma Hope Cassinelli, Queen’s University Belfast

Alexandra Azzari Wynn-Jones

Dr Madeleine Benton, King’s College London

Dr Michael Daly, University of Bristol

Shivali Lakhani, Robert Gordon University

Neusa Torres, King’s College London