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2017 Immunology PhD and Postdoc day - June 8th - CRUK

last modified May 08, 2017 02:38 PM
Free registration to enter a short talk or poster. OPEN!

8th June 2017 - CRUK, Biomedical Research Campus, Addenbrooke's Hospital.

There will be two keynote talks from PI’s (Early and established). Early: Dr Milka Sarris, Established: Prof Gordon Dougan FRS.  We will also have a panel discussion: Industry vs Academia in science and careers with Dr Tim Allsopp (Consilium Bio Ltd) and Dr Kai Stoeber (VP, Global Innovation, Shionogi Ltd). 

As well as the key talks, we are asking our PhD and Postdocs to present their research either as a short talk (10 mins+5 mins questions), poster or both. We have space for 12 talks and around 20 posters so will be treated as a first come first served basis. Call for presentations open! Registration open!

As in past years, there will be a buffet lunch and a reception with Pizza and drinks. We will also have sponsor exhibitions and a chance to network at the coffee breaks.

To register and submit abstracts see link below: 
  • Name
  • PhD or Postdoc?
  • Any dietary requirements
  • Are you bringing a poster?
  • Are you speaking?


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Key ECR day

This is a *FREE* event - please come along and enjoy the day!

For more details, please contact the Immunology Coordinator, Dr Tammy Dougan td378@medschl.cam.ac.uk

 

 

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