What’s on?

The British Undergraduate Society of Obstetrics and Gynaecology hosts a number of events throughout the academic year which cater to the needs of its members. The primary objective of all our events is to enthuse fellow students about Obstetrics and Gynaecology, whether the event is a conference day when students present original pieces of research, or PACES/OSCE revision days where students can brush-up their practical skills for upcoming exams.

We will be updating our calendar on a regular basis to include events of every format including conferences, lectures, seminars, presentations, competitions, revision sessions and more. Please ensure you are registered as a member, as priority will be given to members when event bookings take place.

We will also be advertising events from other organisations in partnership with BUSOG.

Cambridge University O&G ‘Teaching Day’ National Conference – 25th February 2017.


Join us to cement your O&G knowledge for finals, explore your interest further at our workshops, and present your O&G related projects!

Expect interactive, top consultant and specialist registrar led talks and workshops covering everything you need to know for medical student finals, to F2 and beyond.

ALL medical students from U.K. medical schools are welcomed to activitely participate.

-Fetal medicine
-Reproductive medicine

-Small group workshops on laparoscopic simulation
-A CV/careers clinic
-Key-note speaker Professor Ashley Moffet

-£8.50 early bird until Tuesday 10th January
-£11.50 full price tickets
-A buffet lunch is included in the price
-Purchase here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/cambridge-university-obstetrics-gynaecology-society-2nd-annual-conference-og-teaching-day-tickets-30257301403?utm-medium=discovery&utm-campaign=social&utm-content=attendeeshare&aff=escb&utm-source=cp&utm-term=listing

We welcome all pre-clinical, clinical and PhD students who have done an O&G or women’s health-related research to submit your abstract. Abstract may describe an original research, an audit or a case report. The top 3 abstracts will be invited to give an oral presentation and the top presenter will be awarded with a prize and certificate. Other abstracts accepted will be presented as posters and awarded certificates.
Submit here: https://goo.gl/forms/ZqGRsRn41fAcfFGc2
DEADLINE: Tuesday 24th January 23:59pm

We are incredibly honoured to be joined by Professor Moffet, Professor of Reproductive Immunology at the University of Cambridge and Fellow ad eundum of the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists

“Over the last 25 years Professor Moffett has been one of the world’s leading researchers into understanding the immunology of trophoblast invasion and its role in placentation.
Her groundbreaking research has been published by Nature, describing how the human immune system has evolved to meet these challenges: the need to fight infections, but also the need to be able to reproduce.

The research undertaken by Professor Moffett into the maternal uterine immune system has been crucial in the understanding of the process of placentation. The classic schemas that she has published on trophoblast invasion are used as the standard description by all workers in the field and her graphics are a mainstay of all presentations on the subject. Her pioneering work on the genetic influences in both maternal and fetal immunological expression and response and has been cited many hundreds of times and is in the top 1% of cited publications in reproductive science.

Professor Moffett’s work has led to trials in therapeutic intervention
and given hope to the many thousands of women who suffer miscarriage and placental pathology in pregnancy.” (www.rcog.co.uk)