Wednesday 14 October 2015
Registration is open for the annual UCL Infection, Immunology and Inflammation Symposium on Wednesday 14 October 2015 at the UCL Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford Street, London WC1N 1EH
The event, held in partnership with UCL Partners, will bring researchers together from across UCL and beyond, enabling cross-disciplinary interaction and encouraging new collaborations. Eminent speakers from UCL and our partner organisations will present their ground-breaking work and answer questions.
An abstract competition will be held for early career researchers in both the basic and clinical sciences. Abstracts must be submitted using the Eventbrite registration link. The deadline for submitting abstracts is Monday 7 September.
UCL Cancer Institute Research Trust - Art for Cancer
Are you a seasoned art collector or just looking to buy your first painting? Or do you know someone else who is? Acclaimed contemporary artist Jeremy Houghton will be hosting a private viewing of his new exhibition Liminal Encounters and 25% of all sales made on the night will be donated to fund lifesaving research here at UCL Cancer Institute.
Thursday 22nd October
6.00 - 8.00pm Gallery 8
8 Duke Street, St James
London SW1Y 6BN
Visit www.jeremyhoughton.co.uk to view more of his work and contact email@example.com at the UCL Cancer Institute Research Trust or call UCL Cancer Institute Research Trust for more information or to request an invitation.
About the artist:
One of the most collectable UK contemporary artists of his generation, Jeremy Houghton’s past commissions include HM The Queen, Aston Martin, and the London 2012 Olympics. He is currently artist-in-residence for Lord March at Goodwood. His work has been exhibited in some of the most prestigious galleries throughout Europe, the USA, South Africa and India, and you now have an exclusive opportunity to see his latest collection in London.
Houghton's much anticipated new exhibition, Liminal Encounters, will feature work from his Royal and sporting residencies, alongside his paintings of time, motion, transience and change. The people and objects that characterize these scenes are illuminated by the way that he shapes the spaces between things, and the spaces in which bodies linger, shimmer, move and often take flight.