First CO Research Conference to launch new wave of grant funding
The CO Research Trust it will be holding its first CO Research Conference in London on 5 July 2022. The full-day event at Church House, Westminster, will showcase some of the charity’s vital research and provide a forum to discuss future projects.
The conference will be the first in-person event run by the charity for several years and will enable researchers to meet face to face to discuss possible collaboration. It’s free to attend but participants must register in advance atCOResearchTrust.org beforeFriday 27 May 2022. The event is open to anyone who has an interest in improving awareness and understanding of CO exposure.
CORT chair Baroness Finlay will open proceedings, focusing on some of the key challenges and priorities for research. She says: “Since 2013, the Trust has invested almost £3 million in research projects. We are committed to investing asimilar sum over the coming years. This conference will allow us toreviewthe researchfundedso far and help us look to the future.
“The Trust is committed to improving awareness and understanding of CO poisoning, so that lives can be saved and to minimise the impact of CO poisoning, particularly for vulnerable groups.”
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