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CID Annual Symposium Meeting of Minds

Our annual meeting returns showcasing exciting infectious diseases research from across the University. This event is an excellent opportunity to network with established and early career infectious disease researchers from different disciplines and departments, as well as hearing highlights of the excellent research undertaken locally. Sessions, Flash Talks, as well as a Poster exhibition and post meeting drinks reception.
When Nov 16, 2018
from 08:30 AM to 06:30 PM
Where Robinson College, at the Crausaz Wordsworth Building, Cambridge, CB3 9AD.
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Our annual meeting returns showcasing exciting infectious diseases research from across the University. This event is an excellent opportunity to network with established and early career infectious disease researchers from different disciplines and departments, as well as hearing highlights of the excellent research undertaken locally. Sessions, Flash Talks, as well as a Poster exhibition and post meeting drinks reception.

Members of the CID IRC and other interested Cambridge researchers are invited to attend a day of multi-disciplinary talks and interactive sessions to:

  • Hear about Cambridge’s strengths across infectious diseases
  • Gain new perspectives and ideas to advance their research
  • Engage with our major interdisciplinary themes and discuss project ideas
  • Network with colleagues and find new collaborators

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