BMSS Environmental & Food Analysis SIG meeting 2020

Welcome to the event page for the BMSS Environmental & Food Analysis Special Interest Group (EFASIG) Meeting 2020.


The EFASIG2020 meeting will be held at the University of Leicester, College Court Conference Centre, Knighton Road, Leicester, LE2 3UF, UK, on 23 July 2020.


Key Themes

  • Environment
  • Health
  • Exposure


Invited Keynote Speaker

Professor Barbara Kasprzyk-Hordern, University of Bath, United Kingdom.


ECR Participation

The EFASIG is committed to welcoming ECRs to its meetings. BMSS Student Members will be eligible for discounted EFASIG2020 registration.


Leon Peters Award for Early Career Researchers

A prize of £350 will be awarded to the best-submitted ECR abstract. In addition the winner will be invited to deliver the afternoon keynote lecture.


BMSS Travel Grants

Qualifying BMSS members are eligible to apply to the Society’s John Beynon Travel and Conference fund for assistance. Click here for more information.


BMSS Carers Support Grants

Qualifying BMSS members may apply to the Society’s Carers Support Fund for assistance. Click here for more information.


University of Leicester Carers Support Grants

The University of Leicester offers an alternate source for carers support funding. To obtain further information please e-mail:



On-line registration is now open, please click here or on the link to your left. During the registration process you will be invited to 'opt in' to including your redacted details in the Event Attendee List (name and affiliation only, not your email or telephone number). Please review the BMSS policy here and if you consent to this policy you can check the box to permit the BMSS to include you.


Abstract Submission

Abstracts for both oral and poster presentation are actively invited. On-line abstract submission is now open, please click here or on the link to your left. 



For general enquiries, sponsorship & exhibitor enquiries, or to register your interest in presenting at EFASIG2020 please contact the local organizer Dr Michael Wilde: