Meningitis and septicaemia 2019

The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London.
Tuesday 5 & Wednesday 6 November, 2019

We are pleased to announce that Meningitis Research Foundation’s 12th International Conference will be held at The British Museum, Great Russell Street, London on 5-6th of November, 2019.

Our twelfth international conference brings together world leading experts to share the latest advances and discuss today’s challenges for meningitis and septicaemia.

Around 300 delegates from a range of specialties and international institutions will join us at the British Museum for two days of presentations from renowned leaders in their field, lively panel discussions and poster presentations that showcase talent, in-depth knowledge and cutting-edge research.

This key event for world leading authorities in infectious disease, paediatrics, vaccinology, public health and tropical medicine also offers excellent opportunities to network and share opinions.

Speakers and steering committee include:

Dr Mark Alderson, PATH
Professor Ray Borrow, PHE Manchester
Professor Dominique Caugant, NIPH
Professor Adam Finn, University of Bristol
Professor Sir Brian Greenwood, LSHTM
Professor Paul Heath, SGUL
Professor Robert Heyderman, UCL

Dr Brenda Kwambana Adams, UCL
Dr Simon Nadel, St Mary’s Hospital/Imperial College London
Dr Olivier Ronveaux, WHO
Professor James Stuart, WHO/University of Bristol
Dr Matthew Snape, Oxford Vaccine Group
Dr Caroline Trotter, University of Cambridge
Linda Glennie, Meningitis Research Foundation

Call for poster abstracts
Call for poster abstracts
We are now inviting submission of poster abstracts to be considered for display at our 2019 Meningitis and Septicaemia Conference

Conference fees

The conference fees include coffee, buffet lunch and afternoon tea (both days), wine reception on day one and satellite meetings (TBC).

Standard non-commercial rate with early booking discount before 2 September

£160 (before 2 September, £175 thereafter)
£245 (before 2 September, £270 thereafter)


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.


For those working in a commercial environment, including the pharmaceutical industry.

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

If you’ve got a question or want to know more, please don’t hesitate to email me or call me.
Tel: 0333 405 6258

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