Join us in central London for the MediSens Conference 2018, the event will be hosted at The Royal Marsden Hospital, London.
Venue – The Royal Marsden Hospital, London
Education and Conference Centre, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, Stewart’s Grove, London SW3 6JJ
The nearest Tube station is South Kensington, about seven minutes walk through Onslow Square to Fulham Road.
The Piccadilly, District and Circle lines serve South Kensington station.
Buses 14, 345 and 49 all stop in close proximity.
If you are being dropped by taxi or Uber, we recommend being dropped on the main Fulham Road A308 outside the main entrance, and then walk to Stewarts Grove) down the left side of the building)
Please note we are unable to offer car parking facilities; with the exception of a few metered bays, on-street parking in the area is not permitted.
Delegates are responsible for organising their own travel and accommodation. A limited number of rooms at special rates have been reserved at local hotels for conference delegates attending the event.
Use this link to book your hotel at a special rate: www.grangehotels.com/business/medisens-conference
Please book before the 21st January 2018 to take advantage of these special accommodation rates.
Why the Royal Marsden?
The Royal Marsden was the first hospital in the world dedicated to the study and treatment of cancer. It was founded as the Free Cancer Hospital in 1851 by Dr William Marsden.
Dr Marsden, deeply affected by the death of his wife Elizabeth Ann from cancer, resolved to classify tumours, research the causes, and find new treatments. The hospital, initially consisted solely of a dispensary and the drugs prescribed were palliative and aimed at treating symptoms, but it allowed Dr Marsden the opportunity to study and research the disease.
More than 150 years on, with hundreds of innovations and new ideas still flowing from the building and its complement of researchers, technologists and clinicians, the Royal Marsden is an international focal point for the study of Cancer, as well as a renowned venue for the sharing of new ideas and techniques thanks to its dedicated conference centre.
Centrally located in the heart of London, it is geographically convenient to dozens of hospitals, thousands of clinicians and many universities performing research in the field of medical imaging.