Signalling Molecules in Disease
Kingston University, London, Clattern Lecture Theatre PRMB1002, Penrhyn Road, Kingston upon Thames, Surrey, KT1 2EE
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This new annual symposium “Signalling Molecules in Disease” invites researchers to discuss current work on cancer, neurological, developmental, and communicable diseases, covering many biomedical angles, causes, and treatments. This symposium aims to create a community of researchers studying cell signalling in all disease fields.
Early career scientists will be able to submit an abstract to apply for a selected 15 min talk or poster presentation. There will be opportunities for networking and poster presentation sessions from attendees. Poster prizes will be available.
Deadline for submissions: Monday, 9 October 2023
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Organisers email addresses:
Prof Richard Grose – (Queen Mary University of London)
Dr Barbara Tanos – (Brunel University)
Prof Selina Wray – (University College London)
Dr Charlotte Dean – (Imperial College London)
Prof Helmout Modjtahedi – (Kingston University London)
Prof Tony Walker – (Kingston University London)
Dr Hossein Ashrafi – (Kingston University London)