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The Royal Institution of Great Britain # | London, UK
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Specialty: Plastic Surgery, General Surgery
Dates: From Oct, 1, 2015 to Oct, 3, 2015
Location: London, UK
Type: Conference
Registration Cost: From 299 to 699 GBP
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The Royal Institution of Great Britain #

With 14 flexible and diverse meeting and events spaces, The Royal Institution of Great Britain is the ideal choice for your next business meeting or conference. The traditional Georgian architecture blends effortlessly with contemporary spaces, creating a unique and flexible backdrop for your event. Our experienced in-house AV Technicians are able to provide a personal and friendly service taking care of your technical requirements for each event.

Your Meeting

Small Meetings These smaller meeting rooms are perfect for groups of 5 - 25 people. We recommend the Sunley Room or Writing Room for your next small meeting in central London. Medium Meetings For groups of 30 - 80 delegates, we recommend the Library of The Royal Institution of Great Britain with an additional catering space of the Conversation Room with the contemporary Mezzanine for your registration and catering. Large Conferences The Faraday Theatre is the ideal location for your conference, accommodating up to 440 delegates. Our First Floor Hire package is perfect for theatre usage with additional space for your catering throughout. Alternatively, our Exclusive Hire package will guarantee privacy for the ultimate event experience with additional branding opportunities and increased capacity throughout the building.

Food & Drink

We work exclusively with our in-house catering partners, Elior, who provide extensive menu options and advice. Working alongside your events manager, your catering team will deliver exceptional service from start to finish.
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Concerned Audience:
  • Medical_Professionals
  • Medical_students
  • Nurses
Event Overview
Welcome message:

The field of translational repair, regeneration and reconstruction holds great promise for the future of medicine, offering a world of possibilities. It is already creating a new frontier in healthcare delivery and international research priorities. With its ever-growing role in healthcare, especially in reconstructive surgery, it will soon lead to more personalised treatment. It has the potential to create a huge shift in the way we see the aging population, impacting both medicine and surgery. It is the future of medicine.


     This meeting will provide an opportunity for groups from around the world to present research and innovation in key fields of reconstructive and regenerative science and medicine. A core aim of the conference is to stimulate cross-fertilisation of ideas that will further our understanding and provide realistic translation into treatments and reconstructive techniques. The meeting will provide an invaluable forum for the dissemination of research work.


     This conference will be the first time that the disparate research genres of tissue engineering, bio-scaffolds, tissue substitutes and complex wound care will be placed in one venue to present and interact.  Importantly, it will be a venue for researchers to get in touch with the industries that can turn their research into therapies and devices for patients use. We will encourage participation from venture capital companies, offering advice on commercialisation of regenerative technologies.

     The unique interactive format will allow dissemination of “hot off the bench” research developments fostering strong and effective relationships between health care professionals, researchers, funding bodies and industry.

Our Vision


To facilitate communication of new ideas and processes in tissue and wound repair, regeneration and reconstruction.

Our Mission

To facilitate communication of new ideas and processes in tissue and wound repair, regeneration and reconstruction.

To offer an exciting opportunity for scientists and physicians and nurses to discuss their latest work and future challenges in a uniquely interactive, stimulating and lively format.

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Registration Cost
Early Registration

Late Registration From: 2015-07-02 To: 2015-09-10
On site Registration
Postdoctoral fellow

Group Registrations:

Group registrations not allowed

Accompanying Persons:

Accompanying persons not allowed

Registration Documents:
Letter of invitation:
We don’t provide letter of invitation
Letter of confirmation:
We don’t provide Letter of Confirmation
Proof of professional / educational status:
We don’t need Proof of professional/educational status
Online Abstract Submission:

We don’t accept Online Abstracts


The Royal Institution of Great Britain

The Royal Institution of Great Britain was founded in 1799, and has a world-renowned reputation for scientific lectures and discovery. It has been home to 14 Nobel Prize winners, and witnessed the discovery of 10 chemical elements.


Façade for The Royal Institution building at No. 21 Albermarle Street. Painting by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1837).

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Submission Info

Preparation of Abstracts

All abstracts must be submitted using the online abstract submission form.

Important! This is the only means of submission.


Titles and Authors

The title should be short and concise and indicate the content of the abstract (maximum 2 lines).

Title should be in all capital and bolded letters.

The font for the title should be Times Roman in 10 point.

Important! type the title in the box (Title of Abstract) and on the abstract itself.

The name of the presenting author should be underlined.

The author(s) name should be typed in upper and lower case letters - first name and initials first followed by last name. Use commas to separate the author's names.

Do not include titles or degrees.

The author(s) department and organization should follow with a superscript number to correspond to the author.

The organization name should be followed by city, state and country.(no street addresses or codes) where the work was performed.

Group authors by organizations and enter a superscript number after each name to correspond their institution. (Not necessary to use a superscript if only one author).

Type author(s) department. Institution, city state and country in Times Roman 10 italic.

Body of Abstract

Important! There should be no indention.

The font should be Times Roman (including symbols) in 10 point.

Ensure that your abstract is grammatically correct and free of typographical errors.

Abstracts can not be edited after submission.

Use single spacing throughout the document.

The text of the abstract should be a single paragraph with no sections.

The text should not exceed 300 words.

When using abbreviations spell out the name in full at the first mention and follow with the abbreviation in parenthesis. Do not use abbreviations in the title of the abstract.

Acceptance of Papers


All abstracts must be prepared according to the guidelines provided. Incomplete or incorrect submissions will be returned to the author and must be re-submitted correctly by the deadline to be considered for presentation.

Once the abstract is accepted, presenting authors commit themselves to attend the conference. Regular registration is obligatory and binding and implies payment of regular registration fee. Abstracts for platform presentation will be reviewed and may be selected by the program committee as long or short presentations.

Sponsors Exhibitors
General Info

This landmark conference is a high-profile forum, presenting breakthrough developments in:

Advanced Wound Care


Bone & Skin Substitutes

Complex Reconstruction


We have the key opinion leaders in plastic and reconstructive surgery giving keynote presentations.


Exhibition Dates 

25th-27th September 2014

Setup of Exhibition 

The exact schedule and all other information needed will be announced in the Exhibitors Manual. 

Exhibitors Manual

Please email for 2015 manual.




More Information 

If you would like to receive more information on sponsoring or the exhibition during the 1st International Conference on Repair, Regeneration and Reconstruction, please contact:


0871 288 5135


0871 numbers cost up to 10p per minute to call from most landlines and the cost to call a 0871 number from a mobile will be higher.

Organising Agency

Institute of Surgery and Innovation

Phone: 011-44-87-1288-5135

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