Trauma Research Forum – 29 September 9am

29 September 2017

Trauma Research Forum – Friday 29 September – 9am – 10.30am – room 223/224, Learning Centre, University of Birmingham.

Speakers:

Major David Naumann – 9am

“Major trauma and haemorrhage causes damage to the microcirculation: a description of the mechanisms and importance” 

Fenella Halstead – 9.45am

Using blue light to kill bacterial biofilms”

These forums are an opportunity for researchers and clinicians to find out what their fellow trauma research colleagues are working on, a chance to network and to stay up to date with all of the latest research coming out of the Surgical Reconstruction and Microbiology Research Centre (SRMRC).

However these forums are not just for those currently involved in research. If you’re a healthcare professional that has an interest in trauma and wants to find out more about what is currently happening at the SRMRC then you’re always welcome.