The British Microcirculation Society

The British Microcirculation Society was founded in July 1963 "to advance the study of circulation of the blood and other tissue fluids especially, though not exclusively, in the small vessels and of matters relating thereto". The membership of more than 250 is drawn largely from the medical sciences - anatomy, biophysics, pathology, pharmacology, physiology and clinical medicine and surgery - but the pharmaceutical industry and the veterinary and physical sciences and mathematics are also represented.

BMS 2015 - University of Manchester

We are delighted to welcome you all to the 65th annual meeting of the BMS.  This meeting will focus on "Imaging the Microcirculation" and will showcase a number of currently used, cutting edge and developing technologies and methodologies for imaging the microcirculation - it's a must for all microcirculation enthusiasts!  Imaging the microcirculation is key to our understanding and management of microvascular and cardiovascular disease. Widening knowledge of existing and novel techniques for imaging the microcirculation will enable knowledge transfer to both younger and more established members of the microcirculation community. We are hoping to welcome attendees from a range of backgrounds (development and application, scientific and clinical) in order to facilitate greater understanding of the technology available and of what those applying the techniques would like to have available in the future. Thus together we can close the gap and increase progression in the study of the microcirculation.

Abstract Submission deadline : 31st January, 2015

Early Registration closes: 28th February, 2015

The meeting will take place in the Royal Northern College of Music. Oral and poster presentations, exhibitor stands, registration and refreshments all take place in this one location.   The conference dinner will take place in Manchester Town Hall in the centre of Manchester. Dinner tickets will be available from the conference fees page. A range of financial support is available for early career investigators. This includes discounted registration, Student Assistance Scheme awards, and Early Career Investigator Prizes for best presentations.

Upcoming Meetings

Events Date Venue

 Early Career Physiologists' Symposium 2014

Molecular Insights into Vascular and Respiratory Physiology

To register:

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/early-career-physiologists-symposium-ecps-2014-molecular-insights-into-vascular-and-respiratory-tickets-11350514695 

29th June 2014

Kings College London, UK

 

Joint Congress for the International Conference on Qi-Blood (ICQB 2014)

 

5-7th September 2014

Beijing, China

11th International Symposium on Resistance Arteries (ISRA 2014)

From Molecular Machinery to Clinical Challenges

7-11th September 2014

Banff National Park, Banff, Alberta, Canada

65th Annual Meeting of the British Microcirculation Society

Dedicated Symposiusm on 'Imaging the Microcirculation'

16-17th April, 2014

University of Manchester

28th Congress of the European Microcirculation Society

Check out the new look ESM webpage at www.esmicrocirculation.eu

June 2015

Pisa, Itlay

 

10th World Congress for Microcirculation

You are invited to submit symposia for this international event - it would be great to see a big BMS presence at this meeting.

25-27th September 2015

Kyoto, Japan