Why Attend?

  • Analyse the CBRNe threats faced to the United Kingdom
  • Review European Military CBRNe capabilities
  • Understand first responder techniques to a CBRNe attack
  • Discuss recent case studies of CBRNe attacks faced across Europe
  • Network with the largest gathering of CBRNe officials in Europe

CBRNe Summit Europe 2019

Birmingham, United Kingdom
9th April 2019 - 11th April 2019

Professor Robert Chilcott

Professor Rob Chilcott is head of Toxicology at the University of Hertfordshire and provides policy and technical advice on CBRN matters to a number of UK and US Government Departments.  He has over twenty years’ experience in the research and development of medical countermeasures against chemical warfare agents and has led several international research projects involving military institutes in the UK, US, Sweden, France and Czech Republic.  His current research portfolio includes the optimisation of civilian decontamination procedures, non-invasive diagnostic and prognostic instruments, forensic biomarkers of environmental exposure, new medical countermeasures against nerve agents, toxicity of nanoparticles and novel chemical detector technology. Further information can be found on the University of Hertfordshire web page.