Here at BioTrinity HQ we are working hard on shaping the agenda and ensuring our panel discussions are current, relevant and interesting.
Whilst working on our Microbiome themed panel last week we were fascinated to read about the biological link between the gut microbiome and Parkinson’s disease, with new research revealing that neurodegenerative disease may have its origins in the gut and not only in the brain as had been previously thought.
We’ve since confirmed that Dr Patrick Lewis, Associate Professor in Cellular & Molecular Neuroscience from the University of Reading will join the panel and give further insight into this ground-breaking discovery.
Just another reason to attend BioTrinity – along with the excellent opportunities to network, partner and collaborate with over 1000 key industry decision makers of course!
Book your pass today here to secure the early bird rate of £999 plus VAT per ticket, which goes up to £1099 plus VAT from 17 December 2016.
OBN Members can secure a further £300 discount, so contact the Membership Team to find out about all the benefits of OBN Membership.
Updated information is available on the BioTrinity website, so stay tuned for all the latest announcements.

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