We are sorry to announce that the UCL Institute of Education has postponed this event. This is a precautionary measure following the increase in the number of coronavirus cases in London. While we are disappointed not to proceed with the event at this time, we feel that under current circumstances this is an appropriate step to take.
27 and 28 April 2020
Day 1 – 09:00 registration and refreshments for a 09:30 start until 17:40 followed by a drinks reception
Hallam Conference Centre
Regular rates: £120 (2 day) or £80 (1 day)
Registration is currently paused.
In a single week in April 1970, 17,000 British babies born across England, Scotland and Wales took part in the ‘British Births Survey’. That study – originally intended as a one-off – evolved into the 1970 British Cohort Study (BCS70), the third in a proud tradition of national birth cohort studies in Britain and one of the UK’s most treasured scientific endeavours.
April 2020 marks 50 years since the original birth survey. In honour of this significant milestone in the history of the study, CLS is organising a scientific conference to showcase the best of cohort research.
Delegates will have the opportunity to:
‘Data, Science and Policy’ featured panellists
Plenary rapid-fire sessions
Make key contacts
Phone: 020 7911 5320