Cardiff Members Meeting 30 Jan 2013

Cardiff CLL Support Association Members Meeting - Wednesday 30th January 2013 We would like to invite you to a CLLSA and UHW event at: The Henry Wellcome Building for Biomedical Research University Hospital of Wales (UHW) Heath Park Cardiff Wales CF14 4XN

CLLSA Meeting:  10.30am – 2.30pm

Normal and Malignant Lymphocyte Science Meeting: 2.45pm onwards

The University Hospital of Wales has provided the unique opportunity for us to partner with it and their annual Normal and Malignant Lymphocyte Scientific Meeting.  This year the early part of the day is given over to the CLLSA and we are fortunate to be supported by talks from Professor Fegan on CLL trials and new treatments, and by Dr Chris Pepper from research. After a complimentary lunch, CLLSA member and patient Julia Kennedy will be talking about her PHD CLL research project, studying the CLL patient and the internet.  Following questions and answers, those who wish to get on the road can do so and others may stay if they wish to enjoy the scientific talks. The first two will be CLL specific.

 

Members’ meetings allow all affected by CLL to spend time together and share their experiences, giving the opportunity to learn from each other and the expert speakers. This meeting affords the opportunity for interaction between the scientific, clinical and patient communities; allowing us all to benefit from this.  Details of how to get to the University Hospital are attached. 

 

Your early registration will help to ensure you gain a place as numbers are limited, and will allow us to plan catering. 

To reserve a please contact the trustees' Personal Assistant at trustees.pa@cllsupport.org.uk , Telephone the Free phone membership line, 08009774396 and leave a message, or write to CLL Support Association, 39-40 Eagle Street, London, WC1R 4TH.

 

Best regards

The Board of Trustees

CLL Support Association

 

 

 CLL SUPPORT ASSOCIATION CARDIFF CLL MEETING 30TH JANUARY 2013 

CLLSA Meeting: 10.30am - 2.30pm 

7th Annual Normal and Malignant 

Lymphocyte Meeting: 2.30pm onwards 

The Henry Wellcome Building for Biomedical Research, 

University Hospital of Wales (UHW) 

Heath Park, Cardiff Wales. CF14 4XN 

The early part of the day concentrates on talks for CLLSA members which conclude at 14.30. Followed by The Normal and Malignant Lymphocyte Meeting, which commences with CLL specific scientific talks. 

10.50 Introduction and Welcome by Nick York, Trustee 

11:00 The New CLL clinical Trials. Presentation by Professor Chris Fegan. 

University Hospital of Wales 

11:30 Q&A Session with Professor Fegan 

11:45 Prognostic Markers, Presentation by Dr Chris Pepper, 

University Hospital of Wales 

12.15 Q&A Session with Dr Pepper and Professor Fegan 

12.30 Complimentary Lunch 

13.30 ‘In The Blood' Introduction to a Doctoral Project about Living with CLL. 

Presentation by Julia Kennedy Senior Lecturer University College Falmouth 

14.00 Q&A Session with Julia Kennedy 

14.15 Summing up by Nick York 

14:30 Close of CLLSA Meeting 

CLL Support Association 

Registered Charity No 1113588, www.cllsupport.org.uk 

7th Annual 

Normal and Malignant Lymphocyte Meeting 

Programme 

2.30 - 2.55 Dr Beth Walsby 

“Migration from circulating CLL – not going with the flow?" 

2.55 - 3.20 Rosária Alexandre 

"Therapeutical targeting of NF-kB in CLL with cell penetrating peptides" 

3.20 – 3.45 Sophie Betteridge 

"Characterising CD31-CD38 signaling in CLL" 

Sponsored by an unrestricted educational grant from Napp Pharmaceuticals 

Travel information and directions. 

Henry Wellcome Building for Biomedical Research 

University Hospital of Wales 

Heath Park Cardiff Wales 

CF14 4XN 

Travelling by public transport 

Visitors travelling by bus or train will arrive at Cardiff Central Station. The distance between the station and the Hospital is approximately 2. miles. There is a regular Cardiff bus service – Numbers 38 and 39 (most direct service) and No 51, Stagecoach A and B Service. The journey should last approximately 20 minutes. 

A journey from the station by taxi should take approximately 10 minutes. 

Travelling by car From the East 

Leave M4 Motorway at Junction 29 and take A48(M) (Eastern Avenue). 

Stay on this road for approximately 5. miles. 

The Hospital will become visible on the right and visitors should leave Eastern Avenue along an exit slip road leading up to the hospital site. 

From the West/North 

Leave M4 at Junction 32 travelling along the Dual Carriageway (Northern Avenue/Manor Way) for a distance of approximately 2 miles. 

Follow the signs indicating the University Hospital of Wales, and enter the site via Rhydhelig Avenue. 

Alternatively, visitors may proceed to the Gabalfa Interchange following the signs to Newport and M4 East, exiting via the slip-road leading directly onto the hospital site. 

Nearby Paying Car Parks 

There are two pay & display car parks on site, also street parking on campus. It costs £2.20 for four hours – prices increase after this period. Disabled parking is opposite the venue on the concourse – disabled visitors will need to walk through the hospital to get to venue. 

 

When
January 30th, 2013 10:00 AM   to   5:30 PM
Location
Henry Wellcome Building
University Hospital of Wales
Cardiff, CF14-4XN
United Kingdom
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