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Cambridge Infectious Diseases Annual Summit

The 7th Cambridge Infectious Diseases Meeting of Minds annual summit (24 Nov) brings together established and early career infectious disease researchers for a single day of thought provoking talks and cross-discipline alliance building. Abstract submission for posters and Flash Talks closes 3 Nov 2017. Registration closes 10 Nov 2017.
When Nov 24, 2017
from 08:45 AM to 06:00 PM
Where Downing College
Contact Name Allyson Walsh
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 In all world sectors, infectious disease morbidity severely compromises not only the health of populations, but also impacts economic productivity and social stability. Each year this one day meeting brings together speakers representing the breadth of research being undertaken on infectious diseases across all six schools of the University. Confirmed speakers include, Prof, Lisa Hall - Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology, Dr Julia Kenyon - Medicine, Dr Yorgo Modis - MRC LMB, Prof Ian Goodfellow - Pathology, Dr Mark Carrington - Biochemistry, Dr David Aanensen - Wellcome Trust Sanger Institute and more. Submit a poster abstract (deadline 31 Oct) Register (deadline 10 Nov). 

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Please join us to find out more about our collective research impact and how we can collaborate further to improve global health and quality of life. 

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