Join us for a fascinating evening of short, patient-friendly talks on the latest research in ITP

About this Event

Do you, a friend, or a relative have immune thrombocytopaenia (ITP)?

Join us for the third in our series of educational patient research evenings this time focusing on ITP caused by the immune system attacking platelets. The condition can result in a low platelet count and bleeding.

Although treatments have improved, there are still many things we can improve on. Join us for this look into understanding the latest local and international research, told by Birmingham's finest clinicians and scientists.

The programme will include talks from:

David Wraith, Professor of Immunology and director of the Institute of Immunology and Immunotherapy, University of Birmingham.

Quentin Hill, Chair of the ITP clinical centres network.

An interactive forum hosted by Gill Lowe, Consultant Haematologist

The talks will be accessible and easy to understand for the general public. The evening is free, but please register via the link to confirm your place.

Download the event poster (PDF Format)

Sponsored by the ITP Support Association