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Cambridge Cancer Centre Postdoc Meeting 2016

When Feb 05, 2016
from 09:00 AM to 06:00 PM
Where Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, dinner at Clare College
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The Cambridge Cancer Centre Postdoc Meeting 2016 - Snapshots of cancer research in Cambridge will take place on Friday 5 February. A few places left!
On: Friday 5 February 2016, 9.00-18.00 followed by drinks and dinner

At: Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute, dinner at Clare College

This meeting is aimed at all cancer-related postdocs across Cambridge and has been planned and organised by a committee of postdocs from different departments and institutes.

We have an impressive line-up of speakers including Professor Karen Vousden, Beatson Institute for Cancer Professor Richard Gilbertson, Director of the Cambridge Cancer Centre Dr Meri Huch, Gurdon Institute Dr Marco Gerlinger, ICR Dr Moritz Gerstung, EBI Dr Carla Martins, MRC Cancer Unit Dr Masashi Narita, CRUK Cambridge Institute Dr Mark O’Connor, AZ Dr Robert Wilkinson, MedImmune Dr Hayley Whitaker, UCL

In addition to the keynote and invited speakers, there are 8 short talks by early career researchers and a poster session at lunchtime. If you would like to display a poster, please submit your abstract when you register. 

The full programme is available here.

Register here

 

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