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Proposing a New Fusion Conference

If you have an idea for a new scientific conference or if you are looking for an organisation to assist with the logistics and management of an established meeting, please don’t hesitate to get in touch to request a Proposal Form. Proposals are reviewed regularly by the Fusion family and at present we have availability for 2022 and 2023 only.

Your proposed conference topic must relate to either a physical, medical or life science subject that would benefit from a Fusion style conference. We are renowned for attracting a deliberately smaller audience size of approximately 60-80 participants which allows us to deliver an unforgettable and intense scientific experience. The audience size promotes an informal atmosphere which stimulates constant interaction and discussion across our four-day programme.

We work with selected venues at specific times of the year so please let us know if you would prefer a European or Caribbean location so one of the team can advise of suitable venues and current availability.

If your proposal is approved, the conference Chairs are responsible for all scientific aspects of the meeting such as shaping the theme, recruiting speakers, reviewing abstracts, forming the programme and composing the post-conference report.

Please contact our Conference Coordinator, Sarah Trundle, for further information. To hear what some of our previous Chairs have to say about their Fusion experience, take a look at our video or view the testimonials below from some of the Chairs we have worked with to date.

"Undoubtedly the planning that led to attracting 140 participants and the successful meeting were due to Fusion Conferences’ excellent organisation. Laura led a very active team who were always ready to help. She assisted the three Chairs in a way that I have seen in only very few meetings over the past several decades." Professor Sir Tom Blundell (University of Cambridge), Chair of DNA Repair/Replication Structures and Cancer conference series

"Meeting organisation ran smoothly, any hiccups being swiftly sorted by the ever-present, responsive and efficient Fusion team headed for us by Amy Johnson who was an amazing organizer of this, her first Fusion meeting." Professor Charlotte Bevan (Imperial College London), Chair of Nuclear Receptors conference series

“I have organized several conferences in my long career in science. Our recent Fusion conference on Extracellular Vesicles in Human Infectious Disease was the easiest to organize due to absolutely great skills of the Fusion staff, in particular of Amy Johnson.  It was a pleasure to work with her.” Dr. Leonid Margolis (NIH), Chair of Exosomes in Human Infectious Diseases conference series