Tuesday 21 May 2013 - UCL Enterprise Symposium
12.00-17.00pm (followed by a networking reception)
This workshop is organised and hosted by the UCL Infection, Immunology & Inflammation Domain and the FLARRE Consortium and will provide an opportunity to bring together PIs, PDRAs, Junior Investigators and PhD Students from across UCL with interests in inflammation, tissue remodelling/scarring and fibrosis. The meeting aims to highlight the breadth and depth of innovative research in these areas, leading to the development of a UCL cluster of expertise and excellence in biomedical research, which can be further translated into commercial enterprise.
The workshop will be organised into short, 10-minute presentations under four themes:
- Inflammation and Autoimmunity
- Controversies in Tissue Repair and Regeneration: Cell Interactions in Model
- Tissue Remodelling and Fibrosis
- Current and Future Technologies and Partnership
Venue: Gustave Tuck Lecture Theatre, UCL South Cloisters, Wilkins Building, Gower Street, London, WC1E 6BT
Tuesday 15 October 2013 - UCL Infection, Immunology and Inflammation Symposium 2013: Towards Drug Discovery and Stratification
8.50am-17.00pm (followed by a networking reception)
This year’s UCL Infection, Immunology and Inflammation annual symposium will be divided into three sessions: Infection Genomics: Pathogenesis and Population Spread; Inflammation, Tissue Remodelling and Fibrosis; and Cancer Biological Therapy.
Eminent speakers from UCL and beyond will present details about their work, much of which is changing our understanding of fundamental disease processes and clinical approaches to disease identification and management.
There will also be a poster display of cutting-edge research (the best of which will be awarded prizes towards the end of the symposium) as well as refreshment breaks and a drinks reception, which will provide substantive networking opportunities for you and your colleagues.
Through bringing a wide range of world-leading researchers together we aim to encourage new cross-disciplinary links and collaborations between scientists and clinicians at the forefront of the field.
More details will follow shortly, but in the meantime please do try and save the date so you will be able to attend what is sure to be a fascinating day.
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Venue: UCL Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford St, London, WC1N 1EH