World Lymphoma Expert Coming to Brisbane!
Professor Simon Rule from the United Kingdom will be giving a special presentation about the latest treatments for follicular and mantle cell lymphoma in Brisbane on Tuesday 23 October 2018.
This session is for patients, carers and interested health professional and there will be an opportunity to have your questions answered at this very important session. If you live in Brisbane (or nearby) please join us. Alternatively, you can join us LIVE online.
WHEN: Tuesday 23 October 2018
TIME: Registration 1:30 pm, Session 2-3 pm. Afternoon tea will be available at the venue ( Brisbane Time)
WHERE: Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) Room A2, Arbour Lvl, First Floor
The presentation will focus on:
- Current treatments for follicular and mantle cell lymphoma
- What is new for follicular and mantle cell lymphoma
- Your questions answered
To register to join us ONLINE CLICK HERE
To register to join us in person email - email@example.com with name/s of attendees and a contact phone number
About Professor Rule
Professor Rule qualified from Nottingham medical school in 1987. He trained in Haematology in London at the Westminster and Hammersmith hospitals and also in Perth, Western Australia. He is
currently a Consultant Haematologist at Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust and Professor in Haematology at Plymouth University Peninsula School of Medicine and Dentistry. His major interests are lymphoma, leukaemia and new drug development. His specific area of interest is in mantle cell lymphoma and he has a research team looking at various aspects of this disease. He is currently the Chief Investigator for a number of phase II and III lymphoma studies being conducted at local, national and international level.
If driving please park in car parks 1 or 2 via Merrivale Street or if you are on Grey Street enter the carpark on your left just before South Brisbane Train Centre. Once in the BCEC building take the lift to level 1. There will be signs to help you.
Car Parking Information and Rates
Getting to BCEC via public transport is easy and efficient with bus, ferry and train options available. More information about planning your journey via public transport can be found on the TransLink Website. https://translink.com.au/ Note: the South Brisbane Train Station is right next door to the entrance for the Arbour Level of the BCEC