BMRES / BMMS Altitude Research Conference - Free Places!

Posted by Jeremy Windsor on Apr 27, 2021

Do you want to keep up-to-date with the latest high altitude research? Does the cost of attending conferences put you off? If the answer is "yes" to both of these questions then look no further! Thanks to the generous support of the Alpkit Foundation and the British Mountain Medicine Society (BMMS) we are able to offer a number of FREE places at the forthcoming Altitude Research Conference in Birmingham on the 11th September 2021.

This face-to-face conference is a collaboration between the Birmingham Mountain Research Expeditionary Society (BMRES) and the BMMS. The day will be packed with talks from leading figures such as Peter Bartsch, Jo Bradwell and Chris Imray, as well as presentations and posters from the UK's leading research groups. 

If you've not been to a conference before take a look at this!

To apply for a FREE place all you have to do is write a blog post (500 words or less) on a mountain medicine topic of your choice. Successful applicants will then be asked to write (500 words or less) about their experience of attending the Altitude Research Conference. That's it!

If you're looking for ideas take a moment to look through our blog. Why not do an interview, review a study or highlight an aspect of clinical practice that is relevant to mountain medicine? Alternatively, tell us something interesting about you or what you're passionate about. Don't forget to include lots of images!

Applications and enquiries should be sent to

The closing date is the 18th July 2021.

Good Luck!

If you would like to find out more about mountain medicine why not join the British Mountain Medicine Society? See this link for details.

1 thought on “BMRES / BMMS Altitude Research Conference - Free Places!

Roshan Bikram Basnet commented 4 months, 2 weeks ago
Dear sir /maam, What are the things that we should include in the application? How long is the course? Please provide me with the dates... I am from Nepal and very interested in Mountain medicine.

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