Cell and gene therapies have the potential to transform how we treat patients. With more therapies going through clinical trials and onto the market, there is a need to provide specialist training to the healthcare practitioners who will deliver these new advanced therapies or be involved in the care of patients receiving them.

The field of advanced therapy medicinal products (ATMPs) has evolved rapidly and lack of training for the wider healthcare professional community could potentially be a major bottleneck for the delivery of cell and gene therapy in the NHS. This one-day conference on 8 November 2019 at the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health aims to provide relevant information on these therapies to nurses, doctors, hospital and community pharmacists, and other allied healthcare professionals.

This conference is organised in conjunction with the Advanced Therapies Network, the British Society of  Gene and Cell Therapy, the Cell and Gene Therapy catapult, London Advanced therapies and the National Institute for Health Research Clinical Research Network

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