13/09/19

Plenary lectures from UKKW 2019 now available

Plenary Session: Genetics and precision medicine: The DNA Sequencer will see you now:  lessons from diabetes – Professor Andrew Hattersley, Professor of Molecular Medicine, Institute of Biomedical and Clinical Science

 

Plenary Session: Genetics and precision medicine: The importance of Genetics for diagnosis and management of rare renal disorders – Professor Nine Knoers, Clinical Geneticist, Chair of the department of Genetics University Medical Centre Groningen, University Medical Centre Groningen, The Netherlands

Plenary Session: Renal Services and Clinical Research Leadership: A view from the top: kidney care and the long-term plan – Professor Steve Powis, National Medical Director of NHS England and Professor of Renal Medicine at University College London.

Plenary Session: Delivering the best care to the most vulnerable: End of life care in chronic disease: Lessons for the kidney care community – Baroness Ilora Finlay, Professor of Palliative Medicine at Cardiff University and Independent Crossbench member of the House of Lords

 

Raine Lecture – The psychosocial health of young adults on renal replacement therapy –  Dr Alexander Hamilton, Clinical Lecturer in Renal Medicine, University of Bristol/North Bristol NHS Trust

Mallick Lecture – Upstream to the Reservoir – Karen Jenkins, Consultant Nurse, Kent Kidney Care Centre

Plenary Session: From Bench to Bedside and the Best of Brighton 2019! – A special finale: Professor Charles Pusey – a Lifetime in vasculitis research (Osman Lecture 2019) – Professor of Medicine, and Head of the Renal Section in the Department of Medicine, Imperial College London.