EndoConnect public lecture


January 30th, 2024

Endometriosis is a condition impacting more than 1 in 10 women but often poorly understood, undiagnosed and rarely discussed.

The university’s EndoConnect project is helping raise awareness and provide support and information about the condition to staff and students.  

On Tuesday 13 February at 12noon, Professor Jane Daniels, Professor of Clinical Trials, will give a talk on the range of clinical trials in endometriosis currently taking place in the UK.

The event is open to all and takes place in room A17, Pope Building at University Park.

The event is in-person but a Teams link is available on the project website for those who cannot join in-person and a recording will also be posted later.  

To find out more, please visit the Endoconnect website or email endoconnect@nottingham.ac.uk.  

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