This year CCA-UK annual meeting will have a basic science theme. A full programme is planned, featuring a series of invited speakers and talks from abstracts. There will also be a moderated round table discussion on key questions in the basic science of Cholangiocarcinoma and where next. This year will also see the inauguration of the Neil Blenkinsop Memorial Lecture, to be given by Dr Chiara Braconi of the University of Glasgow. Lunch will be provided alongside viewing of posters. The meeting will run from 9.00am to 5.00pm.
Download the outline programme here.
In case of queries, please contact the BASL Secretariat on Samantha@basl.org.uk or +44(0)1543 442154.
Early registration fee until 14 October 2019: There are two categories.
Registration fee from 15 October 2019: £90
Cancellation policy: If you wish to cancel your attendance at this event, please notify the BASL Secretariat by 31 October 2019. Fees are non-refundable. In exceptional circumstances refunds may be made at the sole discretion of BASL.
Abstracts may be submitted for either oral or poster presentation at the meeting. They may relate to any aspect of the basic science of Cholangiocarcinoma. It is envisaged that there will be:
When submitting abstracts, please indicate the name, position and affiliation of the author(s), and a contact email for the lead author. The body of the abstract should be 400 words maximum and the title should be 75 words maximum. These word limits exclude author details. One table or figure can be included in an abstract. Any table or figure will count for 150 words out of the total. Abstracts should be emailed to Samantha@basl.org.uk. The submission deadline is 17.00pm on 14 October 2019. You will receive an acknowledgment of submssion. Any abstracts exceeding the word limits will be returned to authors.
Following the deadline, abstracts will be reviewed by a panel drawn from the CCA-UK Committee. Lead authors will be notified whether their abstract has been accepted, and if so, whether for a talk or poster. If an abstract has been accepted, at least one of the authors will be expected to register for the meeting (£50 or £25 for trainees). If you a presenting a poster, you will need to make your own arrangements for poster production.
By submitting an abstract, you agree to the following:
a) The abstract is scientifically sound and ethically approved
b) The abstract is not an advertisement, nor contains anything obscene, defamatory, libelious, unlawful or in any way actionable.
c) All authors have seen and approved the abstract as submitted.