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British Association of Clinical Anatomists

Northumbria University


The 2018 winter meeting of the British Association of Clinical Anatomists (BACA) will be held at Northumbria University on 13th  December 2018. The meeting is hosted by Dr Sara Sulaiman, Senior Lecturer in Anatomy, Northumbria University and Dr James Coey, Associate Professor & Vice Chair of Anatomy Department, St. George's International School of Medicine.  

The meeting is hosted under the theme of “Surgical and Translational Anatomy”.. 

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BACA Sponsorship Packages

Silver Sponsorship

Sponsor will have one stall at the meeting to display their products. They will be given an equivalent of A5-page space in the abstract booklet to display their logo. Their logo will also feature on the BACA website.

Bronze Sponsorship

Sponsor will have one stall at the meeting to display products. Their logo will be displayed in the abstract booklet and on the BACA website.

Please click here to book a sponsorship package

For further information please contact Sara Sulaiman -


Booking is now open.






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Northumbria University
Drill Hall
Newcastle Upon Tyne


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