PI3-kinase in immunity inflammation and infection - Meeting at Brabraham Institute

  • When:  23 June 2014
  • Time:  10 - 6 pm
  • Location:  The Barry Cross Conference Centre, Babraham 
  • More info and registration:  click here

This one day meeting hosted at the Babraham Institute will consist of a series of short talks selected from submitted abstracts.  PhD students, postdocs and early career PIs are particularly welcomed and encouraged to submit abstracts.

 Topics for abstracts can include but are not restricted to, structural work, drug discovery/characterisation, pre-clinical and clinical development, as well as fundamental research involving PI3-Kinase isoforms and effector molecules relevant to cells of the immune system.

We are pleased to announce that a plenary lecture will be given by Dr Roger Williams on 'The Structure and Function of PI3-Kinase Isoforms'

 The plenary lecture will be followed by a series of talks of 15 - 20 minutes, with 5 - 10 minutes of discussion.  If sufficient interest there will also be a poster session.

Tea, coffee and lunch will be provided and weather permitting, there will be an evening BBQ on the back lawn of the Institute with a cash bar.

Registration is £20 - limited availability.

We aim to attract about 100 delegates and registrations will be accepted on a first-come, first-serve basis (though preference will be given to those submitting an abstract). Please indicate whether you prefer to give a talk or present a poster.

We look forward to seeing you in June!

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