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British Thyroid Association Trainee Meeting & Annual Meeting 2023

 

2023 British Thyroid Association Trainee Meeting (virtual)

  • The next BTA Trainee Meeting (virtual meeting via Zoom) will be held on the Friday 10th March 2023
  • Further details to follow

 

2023 British Thyroid Association Annual Meeting (face-to-face)

  • The next BTA Annual Meeting will be held on the Friday 9th June 2023, at the Royal College of Pathologists, London. 
  • Further details to follow.

 

 If you are not a member of the BTA and wish to become a member this costs just £30 per year. To submit a form requesting membership please go to: https://www.btf-thyroid.org/forms/british-thyroid-associationform

 

2022 Dates

 The last BTA trainees’ meeting was held on Friday May 13th 2022  Please click here to see the final programme

  The last BTA Annual Meeting – took place on Friday May 20th 2022  Click here to see our final programme

 

You can access abstracts of the meeting here: 

 

  • Thyroid events for your calendar

Other events

Here is a list of forthcoming events as well as those that have been recorded and are still accessible

 

Recorded in 2021 and still available to view

 

 The  8th European Young Endocrinologists & Scientists (EYES) Meeting took place as a fully virtual meeting on September 4th to 6th 2021. Meeting highlights can be accessed here. 

 

Recorded in 2022 and available to view

 

The European Neuroendocrine Tumor Society (ENETS) held their 19th annual conference  as a hybrid event on March 10th and 11th. Registration is still possible and you can still earn CME points by watching the webcasts.  Details are here  

 

ECE 2022 was in Milan from May 21st to 24th. Content is available on ESE On Demand for all registered delegates. Just log in using the same link as you did during the live Congress days and catch up on sessions you missed or would like to revisit.

 

ENDO 2022  took place in Atlanta, Georgia on June 11-14.  You can still access any recorded content Details are here. 

 

Forthcoming events in 2022

The 9th Annual  ESE Young Endocrinologists and Scientists  (EYES) Meeting will take place in Zagreb, Croatia from 2-4 September 2022  Registration details are here 

 

The 20th Congress of the European Neuroendocrine Association will take place in Lyon, France on September 7-10 Details are here 

 

The European Thyroid Association Annual Meeting will take place in Brussels from September 10th to 13th.  There are 5 travel grants (£300 each) available for trainee BTA members with accepted abstracts presenting at the European Thyroid Association Meeting (Brussels, 10-13 September 2022). Apply for a travel grant by emailing: [email protected] The deadline for such applications is the 10th August 2022.

 

 The 60th annual ESPE meeting will take place in Rome, Italy from September 15th to 17th. It is already possible to register your interest here 

 

The World Congress on Thyroid Cancer -which was traditionally held in June now takes place virtually on 2 days in April and October.  The next one is on October 1stRegistration is here 

 

The 91st Annual Meeting of the American Thyroid Association will take place in Montreal from October 19th to 23rd . Details are here 

 

Forthcoming events in 2023

 

The 20th Annual ENETS Conference will take place from 22 to 24 March 2023 in Vienna, Austria. Registration will open in September 2022.

 

  • BTF Research Award 2022

British Thyroid Foundation Award

Since 1997 the British Thyroid Foundation (BTF) has offered an annual award of £20,000  to support a two-year research project into thyroid function or thyroid disorders.

 

The closing date for your 2022 application has now passed.

 

The usual format for applying is the completion of an application form accompanied by a short CV and photograph. We will update any relevant information regarding this for 2023

 

The award can be used to supplement existing projects or to help get research ideas started. The funds are available for consumables, running costs and equipment but not personal computers. Any equipment purchased will belong to your institution after the project is completed. Support for staff costs/salaries will only be considered if they can be justified.

 

The BTF is a National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) non-commercial Partner. This means the studies that we fund may be eligible to access the NIHR Study Support Service which is provided by the NIHR Clinical Research Network.

 

Who can apply?

Researchers working on projects in the UK. The project must be based in the UK (i.e. the majority of the work must be carried out in the UK), supervised in the UK and publications arising from the research must be in an English language journal from a UK centre. The BTF must be acknowledged in any publication. The applicant must ensure that appropriate ethical approval is in place wherever research is carried out.