The National Plastic Surgery Research Forum (NPSRF) is exclusively sponsored by MedEther is now open for registration (https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/national-plastic-surgery-research-forum-npsrf-2019-tickets-56053004044). The NPSRF is being held on Saturday the 6th of July at the Royal Free Hospital in London and has been badged by the British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS). The academic committee of the NPSRF is once again being chaired by Professor Ash Mosahebi from University College London. This comprehensive national research forum will include presentations from a group of highly regarded plastic surgeons and academic opinion leaders in the plastic surgery and regenerative medicine research societies from the United Kingdom and Europe, which provides the attending delegates an excellent opportunity to share their ideas, research and discuss advances occurring within the field of plastic surgery. The presenters include Professor Peter Butler (Professor of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at the University College London, Director of Charles Wolfson Centre for Reconstructive Surgery at the Royal Free Hospital), Professor Andrew Hart (Consultant Plastic and Hand Surgeon at the renowned Canniesburn Plastic Surgery Unit in Glasgow, and in the Scottish Brachial Plexus Service), Professor George Hamilton (Consultant Vascular Surgeon based at the Royal Free NHS Hospital and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children), Dr Katie Goldie (Medical Director of European Medical Aesthetics training), Professor Wenhui Song (Chair of Biomaterials and Medical Engineering and the Director for Biomaterials in Surgical Reconstruction and Regeneration at the Division of Surgery and Interventional Science, University College London) and Associate Professor Deepak Kalaskar (Heads the Msc course in Burns, Plastic and Reconstructive surgery at University College London).
Presentation topics will vary from stem cells, artificial intelligence, 3D printing to future of clinical trials in plastic surgery. We are expecting to see a lot of lively debates between the delegate audience and the presenters following each of the presentations, as was witnessed during the research forum last year. A prize for the best E-poster will also be awarded and entries for this can be submitted on the NPSRF website (http://nationalplasticsurgeryresearchforum.org/).
MedEther are honoured to sponsor and promote this research forum as we see these events as an excellent opportunity to demonstrate our support for research and the presentation of ideas. Furthermore, we see that this research forum aligns with our goals of providing high quality services to clients using researched based cutting-edge technology and expertise.