‘At the Limits’ is leading medical education; enabling leading academics, scientists, researchers, specialists and clinicians to meet in inspiring and stimulating academic environments. The meetings are supported by Industry and we encourage supporters to attend with a delegation of senior medical personnel to build and maintain the relationships between medicine and industry which are so essential for the development and understanding of successful patient care.
Meetings take place throughout the year, across the globe, with upcoming events in London, Cape Town, São Paulo and Singapore
Please register to be kept informed of upcoming meetings.
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Continuing in 2018
Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits XX
Monday 9th - Wednesday 11th April 2018
The annual CDNATL meeting takes place in London during April 2018. Celebrating it’s 20th anniversary, the meeting will consider the changes in treatment options which are becoming available, and examine the long-term development of groundbreaking discoveries which are shaping the cardio-metabolic landscape.
The 17th Malvern Diabetic Foot Conference
Wednesday 16th - Friday 19th May 2018
The biennial Malvern Diabetic Foot conference takes place in Malvern from Wednesday 16th – Friday 18th May 2018. The meeting is a highlight of the global calendar bringing together delegates from across Europe and beyond. Registration is now open here.
During November 2017 a world class faculty of MS research pioneers convened in London to present at the first annual Multiple Sclerosis at the Limits conference. The Chairs, Professor Gavin Giovannoni (Barts, London) and Professor William Carroll (University of Western Australia) developed an outstanding programme which attracted an expert audience of MS professionals from across the UK and beyond. The meeting will take place again in November 2018, and as 2017 was quickly oversubscribed we recommend pre-registering your interest in attending now.
Monday 10th December 2018
Returning in December 2018, Professors Derek Yellon (UCL) & Professor John Cunningham (UCL) and Dr Richard Horton (Editor-in-Chief, The Lancet) present the 2nd annual Hatter Cardiovascular Institute Horizon conference. In 2017 a capacity audience enjoyed presentations concentrating on the exciting new treatment options around GLP-1 & SGLT-2 inhibitor and on 10th Decembber 2018 the conference will again consider developments at the cutting edge of cardio-metabolic treatment. Click here for more information and to pre-register.
New for 2018
Following the highly successful ACI meeting in London in May 2017, the event will hold a satellite to the ESMO ASIA conference in November 2018. Chaired by Professor Chng Wee Joo, Director of the National University Cancer Institute, Singapore (NCIS), and Dr Sergio Quezada (UCL Cancer Institute, London) the 1.5 day meeting will bring together global and local experts in Cancer Immunotherapy for, what promises to be a highly informative and enjoyable event. Register your interest in attending.
New for 2019
Haemophilia at the Limits
In January 2019 the At the Limits series will include a new event in Haemophilia. Located in London, the event will consider new technologies which are being implemented to advance haemophilia treatment.
Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits – South America
The hugely successful Cardiology, Diabetes & Nephrology at the Limits meeting, which has been held in the UK and South Africa for over 20 years, is adding a new event in 2019, in São Paulo, Brazil. Professors Derek Yellon, John Cunningham and Drs Peter Libby and Marc Pfeffer have designed a programme which brings together the leading international researchers in these closely linked disease areas, with regional experts who are at the forefront of treatment. We’ll formerly launch the event in early 2018, so check back for more details.
Continuing in 2019
Accelerating Cancer Immunotherapy Europe 2019
The biennial Accelerating Cancer Immunotherapy conference will be held in London in May 2019. Again led by Dr Sergio Quezada (UCL) and Professor Padmanee Sharma (MD Anderson), Europe’s largest independent cancer immunotherapy conference is set to continue exceeding expectations as a host of world class speakers convene at the Royal College of Physicians. The inaugural meeting in 2017 was quickly oversubscribed and 2019 is likely to sell out fast. To register your interest in attending click HERE, and you’ll be amongst the first to know when full registration is open.