BAS Annual meeting 2020

Vascular Ageing and Hypertension – Towards New Targets for Treatments

Thursday 17th – Friday 18th September 2020
Venue: Queens College, Cambridge

Coronavirus (COVID-19) conference update from BAS 

The BAS has been closely monitoring the recommendations from the government and Public Health England in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic as we at the BAS take your safety and well-being very seriously.

It is therefore apparent that it will not be safe and possible to hold the BAS annual meeting as a face to face meeting in Cambridge.

After careful consideration by the BAS committee, the meeting will now take place over a shorter period via a virtual platform (<2 hours per day) on Thursday 17 and Friday 18 September.

Details to follow soon.

Please bear with us over the next few weeks whilst we finalise arrangements for September, including instructions for authors to submit abstracts, how to register and whether CPD accreditation will apply, after which we will reach out to our community and meeting partners with more details.

Access to the virtual meeting will be for BAS members only. If you wish to become a BAS member, please apply here:
https://www.britathsoc.org/membership/

Stay safe and well.
BAS Committee


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Deadlines:

Abstract submission: Monday 22 June
Register by: Monday 17 August


Abstract submission now open

Submit your abstract

Getting to Cambridge:

Queens’ Collegehow to find us
Note that no car parking is available at the College. 

How to get to Cambridge 

Public transport is recommended.

Getting to Cambridge via train:
The College is located some 10 minutes via taxi from Cambridge train station.
https://www.thetrainline.com/

Getting to Cambridge via air:
London Stansted Airport is less than 30 minutes drive, connecting Cambridge to many European destinations, whilst London City and London Heathrow Airports can be reached in less than 90 minutes.

If travelling via train from Heathrow:
Take the tube to Kings Cross (1 hour) and then train to Cambridge (45 mins). The fast train to Cambridge runs every 30 minutes. You will need to buy separate return tickets for the tube and train

Getting to Cambridge via car:
Car parking within Cambridge city can be expensive.  No car parking is available at Queens’ College. 

Visit Cambridge Park and Ride for more information.
http://cambridgeparkandride.info/


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