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Acbi - annual conference 2007

Association of Clinical Biochemists in Ireland
ACBI 2007
30th Annual Conference
Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place, Dublin.
Friday 19th – Saturday 20th October, 2007
Conference Programme and Booking Form
Information for poster submission is available at www.acbi.ie.
Poster Abstract Deadline: Further information is available from:
Ms Deirdre Deverell, Chairperson ACBI 2007 Conference Committee, Clinical Biochemistry Department, Children’s University Hospital, Temple St, Dublin 1, Ireland.
Tel: +353 1 8784273 Ms. Maire Oakley, Conference Secretary, Heronford House, Heronford Lane, Shankill, Co. Dublin, Ireland.
Tel and Fax: +353 1 2822503E-mail: [email protected] Additional Conference Programmes and Booking Forms may be downloaded from the ACBI website (www.acbi.ie) or
the ACB’s Republic of Ireland website (www.acbroi.org.uk)

Conference Programme
Friday, 19th October, 2007
08:30
OPENING CEREMONY
09:30 – 9:45
ACBI President’s AddressDr. Alan Balfe 09:45 – 10:15
Opening Lecture by Guest SpeakerMs. Mary Harney TD, Minister for Health and Children SESSION 1:
Renal Pathophysiology
Chairperson: Dr. Ophelia Blake, St. James’s Hospital, Dublin
Session 1
Sponsored by
Abbott Diagnostics Division
10:15 – 11:00
What’s New in Renal Medicine Dr. Damian Fogarty, Belfast City Hospital 11:00 – 11:30
11:30 – 12:15
Clinical Biochemistry and Renal TransplantationDr. Atif Awan, Children’s University Hospital, Dublin 12:15 – 13:00
eGFR Quality Assurance: Methodological DisparityMr. Finlay MacKenzie, UK NEQAS Birmingham 13:00 – 14:15
SESSION 2:
Molecular Medicine
Chairperson: Dr. Alan Balfe, St. James’s Hospital, Dublin
14:15 – 15:00
Genetic Testing as a Diagnostic ToolProfessor Andrew Green, National Centre for Medical Genetics, Crumlin 15:00 – 15:45
Targeted Molecular TherapiesProfessor John Crown, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin 15:45 – 16:15
Tea / Coffee Break (Sponsored by Aalto Bio Reagents Limited) 16:15 – 17:00
Des Kenny Tribute Lecture
Quality: What is it and why does it matter?
Dr. Graham Beastall, NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde; President ACB
17:15 – 18:00
ACBI Annual General Meeting (Members only)
19:30 – 20:15
20:15 – 24:00
Annual Dinner with Entertainment
Conference Programme
Saturday, 20th October, 2007
SESSION 3:
‘The Highs and Lows of Sugar’
Chairperson: Dr. Orla Maguire, St. Vincent’s University Hospital, Dublin
9:30 – 10:15
Biochemistry and Diabetes - A Special RelationshipDr. Ned Barrett, Mid-Western Regional Hospital 10:15 – 11:00
Investigation of HypoglycaemiaDr. Jim Bonham, Sheffield Children’s Hospital 11:00 – 11:30
Tea / Coffee Break (Sponsored by Claymon Laboratories Limited) 11:30 – 12:15
Customised New Molecules for the Treatment of DiabetesProfessor John Nolan, Metabolic Research Unit, St. James’s Hospital and TCD 12:15 – 13:00
Living with Diabetes – the Patients’ PerspectiveMs Anna Clarke, Health Promotion and Research Manager, Diabetes Federation of Ireland 13:00 – 14:15
SESSION 4:
Data Interpretation and Case Histories
Chairperson: Professor Philip Mayne, Children’s University Hospital, Temple St., Dublin
14:15 – 14:45
What Do These Results Mean?Professor Philip Mayne, Children’s University Hospital, Dublin 14:45 – 15:45
15:45 – 16:15
16:15 – 16:45
16:45 – 17:30
Poster Presentations and Geraldine Roberts Award 17:30
ACBI 2007 – Association of Clinical Biochemists in Ireland
30th Annual Conference, Hilton Hotel, Charlemont Place, Dublin 19th and 20th October, 2007
‘EARLY BIRD’ CONFERENCE PACKAGE
REGISTRATION
Register and pay in full before 31st August, 2007Includes: registration for Friday and Saturday, Lunches, Coffee,Annual Dinner and Entertainment on Friday night Surname:
ACBI Member €170
Non Member €230
Title and First Name:
‘LATE REGISTRATION’ CONFERENCE PACKAGE
(Prof./Dr./Ms./Miss/Mrs./Mr.
ACBI Member €210
Non Member €270
Department:
DAY REGISTRATION
Includes: Lectures, Lunch, Coffee and Handbook
Friday €90
Saturday €90
Institution:
SINGLE SESSION RATE
Includes: Session Lectures and Handbook
Address:
Please specify session of interest:. €40
STUDENT SESSION RATE
Student ID Required
Includes: Session Lectures and Handbook
Please specify session of interest:. €25
Telephone:
Annual Dinner (Friday)
PLEASE NOTE – All prices are in EURO
Special dietary requirements, please specify:
Please indicate () the functions at which you will be present:
ACCOMMODATION
Hilton Hotel
(Please tick appropriate box)
Single Room
Share a Twin Room
Rate/Night
Night Required:
Thursday
Saturday
* SHARING Please arrange a share for me
NOTE: All bookings are subject to availability.
METHOD OF PAYMENT
TOTAL DUE
(Please tick appropriate box)
(Registration and Accommodation)
Payment by Credit Card
Money Order
Bank Draft
Bank Transfer
VISA
/ MASTERCARD
/ ACCESS
Payment by bank transfer
The Conference Bank Account details are as follows: Association of Clinical Biochemists in Ireland Conference Account, AIB Bank, Artane, Dublin 5; National Sort Code 93-20-78; Account Number 00176082.
Please send completed forms to:
Mrs. Maire Oakley, Conference Secretary, Heronford House, Heronford Lane, Shankill, Co. Dublin, Ireland.
email: [email protected]
Tel: (+353 1) 282 2503 Fax: (+353 1) 282 2503

PLEASE FORWARD A COPY – RETAIN ORIGINAL
Signed:.
ACBI 2007
Conference Sponsors
(List updated as of 15th June 2007) Major Sponsors:
Abbott Diagnostics Division
Beckman Coulter
Brennan & Company
Claymon Laboratories Limited
Cruinn Diagnostics Limited
Olympus Diagnostic Systems
Roche Diagnostics Limited
Randox Laboratories Limited
Siemens Medical Solutions, Diagnostics, Ltd.
Associate Sponsors:
Unitech Limited
ISIS Limited and Ortho Clinical Diagnostics
Additional Sponsors:
Aalto Bio Reagents Limited
Elga Process Water
ScheBo Biotech
Conference Venue
Hilton Hotel
Charlemont Place, Dublin
For information Telephone 00 353 1 402 9988.
The Hilton is very close to Dublin City centre, only a 10 minute walk or 4 minute LUAS (tram) ride from St. Stephen’sGreen and Grafton Street. Car parking is available with special rates for delegates (€5 from 7am - 7pm). There is anexcellent restaurant and lively friendly bar. The bedrooms are equipped with wireless broadband. www.hilton.com/dublin Getting to Dublin
By air: Dublin Airport is serviced by many different airlines and is situated 10 miles north of the city.
Transfer from Dublin Airport: Aircoach Service (Leopardstown Route). Alight at Leeson Street Lower stop. Hotel is
situated a short walk along the canal.
By sea: High speed or conventional ferries operate between the UK and Dublin or Dun Laoghaire. For further
information contact:
By rail: Dublin is well served by rail services from all over Ireland with two main line rail stations, Heuston and
Connolly. Further information can be found at www.irishrail.ie.
By road: The Hilton Hotel is accessed from Charlemont Street onto Charlemont Place. See map below.
For your personal journey plan, check out www.aaroadwatch.ie.
HOTEL LOCATION
St. Stephen’s Green
Harcourt
GREEN LINE
Hilton Hotel
GRAND CANAL
Charlemont
LEESON STREET
CHARLEMONT PLACE RADE
Charlemont Place
Ranelagh
Beechwood
EARLSFORT TERRACE
••Cowper
Milltown
Telephone
00 353 1 402 9988
Windy Arbour
ADELAIDE ROAD
Dundrum
. STEPHEN’S GREEN
Balally
Kilmacud
CHARLEMONT STREET
Stillorgan
HARCOURT STREET
Sandyford

Source: http://www.acbroi.org.uk/meetings-and-events/ACBI_2007_ProgrammePDF.pdf.pdf

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