MRF Conference 2017

14 - 15 November 2017, The British Museum, London, UK

MRF Conference 2017

11th international conference

Our eleventh conference will bring together internationally renowned experts from a range of specialties in the UK and abroad to address the most important issues of the day, including burden of illness, recognition and treatment, vaccine development, vaccine implementation and public health policy.

Attracting delegates from around the world, this conference is a key event in the calendar for some of the foremost scientists and clinicians and provides an excellent opportunity to discuss the latest developments within the field.

"Top class speakers.”

“This was extremely useful as education, to update clinically and add to my scientific knowledge. Thank-you”

“Really nice mix of academic and clinical lectures.”


Topics covered:

  • Burden of illness
  • Issues in immunisation
  • Advances in diagnosis, recognition and management
  • Scientific advances
  • Global topics/meningitis & sepsis
  • Neonatal meningitis/sepsis
  • Pneumo prevention
  • Prevention of meningococcal infection

Bookings now being taken


One day Early Non-commercial (£145 before September 11)
- For researchers working in an educational institute setting and health care professionals, not including for junior trainees (below the grade of specialty registrar) nurses, post-docs and those residing for more than 60% of the year in countries classified with low income and lower-middle income economies.

Two day Early Non-commercial (£230 before September 11) - For researchers working in an educational institute setting and health care professionals, not including for junior trainees (below the grade of specialty registrar) nurses, post-docs and those residing for more than 60% of the year in countries classified with low income and lower-middle income economies.

One day commercial (£265) - For those working in a commercial environment, such as the pharmaceutical industry.

Two day commercial (£365) - For those working in a commercial environment, such as the pharmaceutical industry.
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One day discount (£115) - Discounted fees for junior trainees (below the grade of specialty registrar) nurses, post-docs and those residing for more than 60% of the year in countries classified with low income and lower-middle income economies.
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Two day discount (£185) - Discounted fees for junior trainees (below the grade of specialty registrar) nurses, post-docs and those residing for more than 60% of the year in countries classified with low income and lower-middle income economies.
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We are now accepting submission of abstracts for poster presentation.

Liz rodgers

Liz Rodgers

Hi, I’m Liz and I’m looking after this event.

If you've got a question or want to know more, email me using the Register Your Interest button or call me on 0333 405 6258/0044 333 405 6528

Conference Steering Committee:

  • Professor Ray Borrow, PHE
  • Professor Ian Feavers, NIBSC
  • Professor Adam Finn, University of Bristol
  • Professor Brian Greenwood, LSHTM
  • Professor George Griffin, SGUL
  • Professor Paul Heath, SGUL
  • Professor Rob Heyderman, UCL
  • Professor Nigel Klein, Great Ormond Street/UCL
  • Dr Simon Nadel, St Mary’s Hospital / Imperial College London
  • Dr Mary Ramsay, PHE
  • Professor James Stuart, London School of Hygiene Tropical Medicine
  • Dr Matthew Snape, Oxford Vaccine Group
  • Professor Christoph Tang, University of Oxford
  • Dr Caroline Trotter, University of Cambridge
  • Linda Glennie, Meningitis Research Foundation

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