69thAVTRW Annual Conference
2–3 September 2015
Royal Veterinary College
The 2015 AVTRW Conference will be held at the Camden campus of the Royal Veterinary College from 2-3rd September 2015.
The conference is following a revised format from previous years. While we welcome all those engaged in veterinary research and teaching, there is now an emphasis on those at an early stage of their careers. The aim is to provide an opportunity for the younger generation of veterinary researchers to present their work to their peers in a friendly and constructive environment.
The meeting will be held over two days at the Royal Veterinary College. In addition to three key note lectures and a career development session involving the major UK research funders, we invite abstract submissions on any aspect of veterinary research and teaching for consideration as oral or poster presentations.
Oral presentations will be selected on merit, although preference will be given to final year PhD students or early career post-docs. Second year PhD students are encouraged to submit poster presentations, with first year PhD students encouraged to attend but not necessarily present their work. The two best oral presentations have the option of publication together with the meeting summary in our official journal, .
We have made efforts to make this meeting affordable, with registration fees of only £20 for members and £50 for non-members, with the option of joining our organisation for £26.
We look forward to seeing you in London!
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Registration is still open for this meeting. To register, please follow the link below. You will then be taken to an external site where you can complete the registration process.
A range of accomodation options are available close to the meeting venue. These can be found here.
ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT
The 69th Annual General Meeting of the Association for Veterinary Teaching and Research Work will be held on Thursday 3rd September from 2-3pm, at the Royal Veterinary College, Camden Campus. The AVTRW Executive Committee proposes to alter the AVTRW Constitution, which will be discussed at the AGM. For further information or to obtain a copy of the proposed alterations, please contact the Honorary Secretary at email@example.com.