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It is time to register for Translation 2024 - or risk missing out on our EARLYBIRD discount. The conference programme for Translation 2024 is almost complete and soon we will be revealing the full programme and list of speakers. Watch this space for more very soon.

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A fast-changing world

The theme for this, our second conference, is Translation in a fast-changing world.

The conference on 18-19th April will be exploring what this means for dementia research and showcasing in-human translation, helping to align industry and academia and looking at ways of improving the translational environment.

Change will be reflected throughout the conference. Each of our sessions will be talking about change. For instance, how biomarkers have really changed dementia research and opened up new areas of study. The use of big data is playing a fundamental role in shaping future research, enabling the kind of discoveries unthinkable in the recent past. Our own DPUK Data Portal is helping create this new landscape.

And in experimental medicine collaboration between industry and academia is continuing to build momentum in exciting ways.

Don’t delay in booking – It could be costly

To be part of the conference it is time to register. If you want to get the EARLYBIRD reduced rate, you can’t delay.

There is a £50 saving if you register quickly. After we close EARLYBIRD booking, you will have to pay £200.

We are not forgetting early careers researchers either. ECRs can even reserve their place for just £50. The condition is that they must submit a poster to the conference.

We'll be letting you know more about submitting a poster – and registering as an ECR next week.