Biomedical Science Day 2018
The Institute of Biomedical Science will be hosting a Biomedical Science Awareness Day on Wednesday 19th July, to coincide with the 136th birthday of founder Albert Norman MBE.
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Our Biomedical Science Day campaign aims to raise public awareness of the importance of biomedical science and the vital role it plays in the world.
Biomedical science is one of the broadest areas of modern science with a range of essential roles covering many different disciplines. These include: healthcare, medicine, teaching, veterinary, research, forensics, journalism, the armed forces and management.
Promoting biomedical science
The object of Biomedical Science Day is to celebrate and promote the significant work of our members and the important role they play in diagnosis, treatment and research.
Institute founder Albert Norman MBE was born on July 19th 1882 and in 1912 formed the Pathological and Bacteriological Laboratory Assistants Association PBLAA (which later became the Institute of Biomedical Science).
Initially viewed in the early 20th century as ‘unskilled menials’, laboratory assistants faced a public stigma of ignorance, despite having years of education and training. The PBLAA was created to combat this and form a means of communication amongst the laboratory assistants, supply information regarding jobs and appointments, and assist in the advancements of its members, whilst circulating information concerning advancements in the methods and techniques of pathology and bacteriology.
More details about this year's event will be released nearer to the date and members will be duly notified.
Event contact details
IBMS Email: firstname.lastname@example.org