9th-10th October, 2023
Milton Hill House
We invite everyone in the UK researching any aspect of hepatitis B virus infection to join us at the 1st UK Hepatitis B Virus Meeting. We aim to encourage collaborative approaches among key research groups in the UK working on HBV infection, and to facilitate interactions between scientists, clinicians, and diagnostic and pharmaceutical companies.
The meeting will run from the afternoon of 9th October to lunchtime on 10th October 2023.
We particularly encourage early career scientists and PhD students to present their latest data in this supportive, relaxed environment. We require only a title, not a full abstract. If you wish to contribute a presentation, please indicate the title for your talk on the preferences form. All submissions will be offered an oral presentation slot (10 minutes presentation with 3 minutes allocated for questions).
We are delighted to announce that Professor Patrick Marcellin, University of Paris, will deliver the keynote lecture.
The meeting will be organised into themed sessions. When indicating the title of your presentation, we would be grateful if you can select an appropriate session for your research from the following topics:
Hepatitis D virus
WHO elimination programme
Through generous sponsorship we have been able to keep registration costs to a minimum (£50 for students and £100 for others). This includes all meals and an overnight stay at the venue. Registration will close on 1st September. After this date, we will not be able to guarantee accommodation at the venue, but attendance at the meeting may still be possible.
To register and pay to attend this conference, please click the Registration Link
In addition, please indicate your registration and accommodation preferences using this Preferences Form. If you wish to contribute a presentation at the meeting, you can indicate a title and authors on this form.
Further information about the conference venue can be found here
If you have any queries, comments or difficulties, please feel free to contact the organisers: Professor Will Irving, Dr Azim Ansari, or Dr Alexander Tarr.
This meeting is generously supported by our sponsers Roche, GlaxoSmithKline and Valneva. We are extremely grateful for the support of our sponsers, who have made this meeting possible.
Please click here for our code of conduct.