About the event
60th anniversary celebration
This special meeting marks the 60th anniversary of the founding of the Neonatal Society. A series of keynote lectures will be given by research leaders who will highlight step changes in understanding and clinical practice in perinatal medicine that have taken place over the past six decades, and they will discuss key challenges that must now be addressed.
There will be free science presentations, posters, and the Society’s Young Investigator award.
A reception and dinner will be held in Clare College on 27th June.
Accommodation is available on a first come first served basis at the College on the night of 27th June.
We are delighted to welcome ten distinguished keynote speakers from across the world. We are also pleased to invite original abstracts, which will be presented as oral and poster presentations.
THIS Institute, University of Cambridge. Scientific Rigour in Healthcare Improvement
Kings College London, Imaging the Developing Brain Introduced by Professor James Boardman, President of the Neonatal Society
City, University of London Advances in Detection and Management of Retinopathy of Prematurity
University College London, Optimising infant nutrition for lifelong health
University of Southampton, Surfactant therapy - Triumphs and future challenges
University of Copenhagen Circulatory sufficiency in the newborn
University of Southampton, Evolution, development and mismatch
University of Bristol, Cooling asphyxiated newborns before 2007 and today - the effect of time on practice, cohorts and outcome
Imperial College, London Reconceptualising preterm birth
University of Cambridge Trials and tribulations in evidence based perinatal medicine
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We hope you will join us for the meeting reception and dinner to be held in the Great Hall of Clare College