The Glasgow University Clinical Endocrinology and Diabetes Society (GUCEDS) are proud to announce that we will be holding our second undergraduate conference.

Join us for interesting talks and the opportunity to learn more about different aspects of endocrinology and diabetes. It will be an excellent revision tool for those of you sitting exams at the end of the year, as well as a great addition to everyone’s CV.

This conference is pitched at an appropriate level for all undergraduate medical students. There will be talks given by true experts of their fields, covering many interesting and important topics in endocrinology, with time for questions and discussion. We will also be running interactive workshops covering important endocrine emergencies and practical skills that will be very useful in your future careers as doctors.

It will take place on the second floor of the New Lister Building in the Glasgow Royal Infirmary, which is easily accessible from the city centre and west end. The price of ticketincludes tea and coffeeduring breaks as well as lunch. £1 from every ticket purchased will go towards the charity Diabetes UK.

Further information about talks and speakers will be released soon. Please contact or message our Facebook page if you have any questions.

Fee, Date and Venue

  • Date : 21st April 2018, Saturday
  • Venue : New Lister Building, Glasgow Royal Infirmary
  • Conference Fee : £5.00 Per ticket
  • No of Places Available : 60
  • Target Audience : Medical students from all years

Organising Committee

  • Mr Jonathan Byers - President
  • Mr Filip Skoczylas – Vice President
  • Ms Ailis Walsh– Treasurer
  • Ms Emmeline Parfitt-Roche – Secretary
  • Ms Christine Toka – Publicity
  • Mr Laurence Dobbie – Education Rep
  • Mr Nat Quail – Conference Rep
  • Ms Bethany Storrie – Conference Rep

Ordinary Committee Members

  • Ms Kelly Kwok
  • Mr Ilja Perevalovs
  • Mr Nabeel Salim
  • Ms Georgia Irene Neophytou
  • Ms Cecilia Rafters
  • Mr Kyriacos Gregoriou
  • Ms Marysia Lange
  • Ms Amrutha Mittapalli