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 2016 - University of Newcastle

We are delighted to welcome you all to the 66th annual meeting of the BMS.  This meeting will focus on "Microvessels of the Heart".  In particular, there will be sessions on Cardiac Angiogenesis and Heart Repair and Cardiac Ischaemia-Reperfusion Injury.  We welcome attendees from a range of backgrounds (development and application, scientific and clinical) in order to facilitate greater understanding in this area of exciting research.  The conference dinner will be held at the River Terrace Baltic Art Gallery.  A conference webpage will be available soon.  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




66th Annual Meeting of the British Microcirculation Society

**Abstract Submission and Registration Now Open** 

Dedicated Symposiums on 'Cardiac Angiogenesis and Heart Repair' and 'Cardiac Ischaemia-Reperfusion Injury'.

A dedicated conference website can be found by clicking on the above link.  Information on speakers, venue, accommodation, registration costs can be found on the conference website.  You will be informed when registration and abstract submission is open. 

The meeting will take place in the Herschel Building, with the conference dinner in the Riverside Terrace of the Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art, overlooking the Millenium Bridge on the the south banks of the River Tyne.


**Abstract Submission and Registration Now Open **

7th-8th April, 2016

University of Newcastle

 10th World Congress for Microcirculation

It would be great to see a big BMS presence at this meeting in Kyoto.  The BMS will be supporting a young investigator from our membership to attend this meeting and present an oral communication at the international young investigators symposium.  The YI will be selected from presentations made at our forthcoming annual meeting in Manchester.

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25-27th September 2015

Kyoto, Japan