Online medical education with impact

The Corpus works with world-leading educators and medical innovators to develop exciting and carbon-conscious education curricula across therapy areas. Our tailored programmes bring about real improvements in patient outcomes and have proven to inspire frontline physicians to change their clinical behaviour. 

76% of respondents intend to change their clinical behaviour after attending just one Corpus meeting 

Delivering the latest information, trial data, guideline updates and real-world evidence in a format that suits the end-user, Corpus programmes are accessible to healthcare professionals around the world. Corpus medical education cuts through the noise to help physicians avoid information overload.

The Corpus is a carbon-neutral company

 

The world’s most sustainable medical education programmes

The Corpus operates as a carbon-neutral company and we offer carbon-efficient medical education solutions. By moving just one of your in-person medical education meetings to an online setting with The Corpus, you can save an average of 2.11 tonnes of CO2e.  

Relationship development

Build medical networks and facilitate collaboration through Corpus Communities

Tailored education

We develop bespoke scientific curricula to meet unmet educational needs

Environmentally friendly

Reduce your carbon emissions whilst still achieving your educational objectives

Global Reach

Remove barriers and enable physicians to connect and collaborate from anywhere in the world

Project management

We manage all aspects of your programme, from content development to audience generation

Expert access

Leverage the expertise of an ever-expanding international faculty of thought leaders

What we do

    • Live and interactive online meetings 
    • On-demand content 
    • Interactive case studies 
    • Programme development 
    • Audience engagement 
    • KOL relationship management 
    • Therapy area-specific online communities 
    • Podcasts

    All our services can be tailored to meet specific educational needs

OUR SERVICES

Schedule a call to find out how The Corpus can help

CONTACT US

Our Faculty and Scientific Advisory Board

Here at The Corpus we work with many leading global experts and educators across a variety of therapeutic areas. We partner with them to identify and address unmet educational needs, define learning objectives and create engaging and interactive medical education programmes.

Our elite Faculty and Scientific Advisory Board guide us in programme development and direction and assist us with identifying key areas in medical education. Below are a few of the leading experts that we partner with: 

Professor George Bakris specialises in the diagnosis/reduction of hypertension and the treatment of kidney disease (particularly diabetes-related kidney disease). In September 2019, Professor Bakris received the Irvine Page-Alva Bradley Lifetime Achievement Award in recognition of his work in the field of hypertension.

Professor George Bakris

Professor of Medicine and
Director of the Comprehensive Hypertension 
Center, The University of Chicago Medicine, USA 

Professor Paul Emery’s research interests focus on the immunopathogenesis and immunotherapy of rheumatoid arthritis, SpA, psoriatic disease and connective tissue diseases. He has served on the editorial board of all major rheumatology journals, and in 2018 Professor Emery was awarded an OBE by the Queen for services to rheumatology. 

Professor Paul Emery 

ARUK Professor of Rheumatology, University of Leeds, UK 

Professor Keith Fox focuses his research on the mechanisms and manifestations of acute coronary arterial disease, and has published extensively in the area. He was a founding fellow of the European Society of Cardiology and was awarded the Silver Medal in 2010 for his contribution to cardiology. 

Professor Keith AA Fox 

Professor of Cardiology, Centre for Cardiovascular Science, University of Edinburgh, UK 

Professor Gavin Giovannoni’s research focuses on multiple sclerosis and other inflammatory disorders of the central nervous system, particularly issues related to optimising MS disease-modifying therapies. His current research is focused on Epstein Barr virus as a possible cause of MS. 

Professor Gavin Giovannoni 

Chair of Neurology, Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry, UK 

Professor Chris Griffiths’ research interests cover all aspects of psoriasis and skin ageing and he is credited with developing the concept that psoriasis is an immune-mediated disease, leading to the development of novel, life-changing biologic treatments for the disease. In January 2018, Professor Griffiths received an OBE from the Queen for his services to Dermatology. 

Professor Christopher Griffiths 

Professor of Dermatology, University of Manchester, UK 

Professor Stephen Hanauer’s main research interests focus on the epidemiology and clinical pharmacology of Crohn’s disease and Ulcerative Colitis. He is the recipient of several awards including the Berk/Fise Award for Clinical Achievement from the ACG in 2018. 

Professor Stephen Hanauer 

Professor in Medicine (Gastroenterology and Hepatology) and Medical Director of the Digestive Health CenterNorthwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine, USA 

Professor Frances Shepherd’s primary area of research is in the field of clinical trials for lung cancer, and has designed and led more than 100 clinical trials over the past three decades. She sits on a number of national and international lung cancer advisory boards and has published extensively in the area. 

Professor Frances A Shepherd 

Scott Taylor Chair in Lung Cancer Research, The Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, and Professor of Medicine, University of Toronto, Canada 

“Attending Corpus sessions helps me solve problems I face daily in the clinic and is a great way to meet global experts.”

Corpus Meeting Participant, Spain

 “The Corpus fulfils a unique niche in medical communication wherein intimate webinars with very well-facilitated to-and-fro discussions are made possible.”

Carolyn Lam, Corpus Faculty Member, National Heart Centre Singapore

“Thank you once again for the opportunity to attend the CORPUS meetings ― my colleagues and I find these invaluable for our clinical training. Looking forward to next month’s CORPUS session.”

Corpus Meeting Participant, South Africa

“The discussion was very fruitful, and most of the [participant] feedback was on the intimate nature of the discussion. They felt like she was in the room with them! They emphasized that the quality of the broadcast was fantastic.”

MSL, Israel

“I think it was the best of all meetings I attend, with good number of attendees and smart debate.”

MSL, Spain

“Your software is terrific. I’ve used a number of other platforms, but yours is the best!”

Professor Keith AA Fox, Corpus Steering Committee Member, University of Edinburgh, UK

“Thanks for today’s wonderful session, our audience here in Saudi were amazed with the new advances and the discussion continued even after you’ve disconnected on how to adopt such advances in [our hospital].”

MSL, Saudi Arabia

5237440

Air miles saved

718

Tonnes of CO2e saved

76%

intend to change their practice

96%

would recommend Corpus

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