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Inaugural Milner Therapeutics Symposium to be held in Cambridge - register by 21 Oct

last modified Oct 06, 2016 12:16 PM
The inaugural Milner Therapeutics Symposium, From Basic Research to Drugs in Patients, will be held on 17 November 2016 at St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge.

The inaugural Milner Therapeutics Symposium, From Basic Research to Drugs in Patients, will be held on 17 November 2016 at St. Catharine’s College, Cambridge. 

The Milner Therapeutics Symposium will bring together world-leading scientists in cancer biology, neurobiology, immunology and regenerative medicine with top companies from the pharmaceutical and biotechnology sector. 

There will be speakers from Astra Zeneca, Shionogi, Francis Crick Institute, Harvard Medical School, and Kings College London, among others.

Attendance is free but registration is essential as places are limited. Registration Deadline 21 Oct 2016.

Please visit the website to register www.milner.cam.ac.uk/Symposium2016.

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