A hybrid Breath Biopsy Conference – abstract submissions are now open

Published on 04 Apr 22, under Events

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Join us in person on 1st and 2nd or online on 3rd November 2022 for the fifth annual Breath Biopsy Conference. 

After two years of uncertainty and online events, we are excited to launch this year’s Breath Biopsy Conference (#BBCon22). Last year’s flagship event saw over 900 registrants from 49 different countries and following on from that success, this year we will be hosting a hybrid event. This will take place in Cambridge, UK, at the Hilton Cambridge City Centre on the 1st and 2nd November, with the third day broadcasting online from our Cambridge office. That means no matter where you are in the world, you can still attend BBCon22. 

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We are expecting delegates from across the globe to join us again for talks around cutting- edge breath research and networking opportunities within a community that continues to grow and develop. You can find out more about registration on our dedicated event page.  

This year’s conference will be held over three days, including a wide variety of talks and discussions spread across two main sessions, a dedicated early career researchers' session, and poster session.  

You will find all the talks and discussions from previous years’ Breath Biopsy Conferences are still available to watch on our Resources page.

 

#BBCon22 major themes

This year’s event will focus on two main areas: the applications of breath analysis and technological advances in breath analysis.  

BBCon22 LogoWe already have an exciting cohort of confirmed speakers that will be joining us for the conference. Chris Brightling; from the University of Leicester, Renato Zenobi from ETH Zurich, and Tushar Patel from the Mayo Clinic, will be giving Plenary talks, alongside a handful of other confirmed speakers, who will present across our major themes, including Waqar Ahmed from the University of Manchester, Theo Issitt from the University of York, Frederik Jan Van Schooten from Maastricht University, and Anke Hilse Maitland-van der Zee from Amsterdam University Medical Center. In addition, we are keen to also host speakers from research organisations, and in that vein, Courtney Gyrath will be joining us from Novo Nordisk. 

 

Abstract Submissions are now live

We would like to encourage anyone working the field of breath research or related disciplines to submit an abstract. Eligible categories include:

 

Main Session Early Careers Session Poster Session

Applications of breath analysis

Technological advances in breath analysis

For those within eight years of the award of their PhD or other professional training

Open to all

 

This is a fantastic opportunity to share your latest advances with the rest of the field and industry leaders.

If you would like to be considered to speak in the main session at this year’s Breath Biopsy Conference, please submit an abstract by 1st August.

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What other sessions should you expect?

Early Careers

Our early careers sessions give the opportunity for anyone who is within eight years of their award of their PhD or other professional training to give a 10–15-minute presentation on their research. This session was introduced at the Breath Biopsy Conference in 2020 and has remained popular since then.

I want to present my research

Poster Session

Once again, we will be including a poster session at BBCon22. Posters will be displayed in the conference venue in Cambridge, UK. In addition to this some posters will be shown during the conference’s online day alongside short five-minute presentations. After the conference, posters that have been submitted will be added to our Community page, for the wider breath community’s benefit.

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Panel Discussions and Ask the Experts

This year’s Panel Discussion will take place on the second day of the Conference and in addition to this, on the final day of the conference, we will be hosting an online Ask the Experts session, giving you the opportunity to get answers from leaders in the breath research field to those questions you have always wanted to ask. Both sessions are interactive and happen in real time. We encourage delegates to think of questions during the talks, ready for the discussions.

 

Registration will open in April, with a limited number of tickets available for the in-person days.

You find all the latest updates on the schedule at year’s Breath Biopsy Conference on our event pages.

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Alternatively, you can get a feel of what to expect at #BBCon22 by taking a look at some of our videos and posters from previous conferences on our community page or resources hub.

Speakers from the Breath Biopsy Conference 2021

Catch-up on recent breath research with on-demand presentations from the Breath Biopsy Conference

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