Events on 13 November 2019

Quality control in serology laboratory presentation

Quality control in serology laboratory presentation, given at the IBMS London Branch Virology Discussion Group on 4th June 2019

Regional Educational Workshops 2019: The partnership of AMS & IPC – Stewarding new antimicrobials & IPC practices

Welcome to the 2019 Educational Workshop series jointly hosted by the British Society for Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (BSAC), Healthcare Infection Society (HIS) and British Infection Association (BIA). The topic this year is The partnership of AMS & IPC – Stewarding new antimicrobials & IPC practices.

Point of Care Testing Biopod Vol 1

The IBMS Biopod is a monthly podcast for members. Each episode will feature experts from the field discussing their research and talking about the latest developments.


This event is a unique conference which includes the collaboration of 16 societies across the UK with interests in different aspects of infectious diseases, clinical microbiology, biomedical science and infection control and provides a great opportunity to find out about the latest developments and to connect with key contacts and networks. The event is over 4 days and will see a programme packed with sessions covering the most important current issues facing infectious disease control, prevention, diagnosis and treatment.

International Pathology Day 2019 - Advances in rapid and point-of-care diagnostic testing

The day will include workshops, presentations from key note speakers and a round-table discussion with global experts in conjunction with The Pathologist, besides more.

IBMS Sheffield Branch and Yorkshire Region AGM

You are invited to join the IBMS Sheffield Branch and Yorkshire Region for their AGM

UK NEQAS Cellular Pathology Technique Non Gynae Cytology Beginners/ Refresher workshop November 2019

Delegates will learn the basic principles of non gynae cytology and cytological staining techniques.

Advanced Immunohistochemistry Nov 2019

The course will provide an in depth knowledge of the more advanced uses of IHC and participants will leave having gained the skills to perform and manipulate IHC on tissue to identify complex/three different antigens/cellular components in a single tissue section.