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5 Sep 2017

Clinical School PostDoc Day

9am-6pm | School of Clinical Medicine, Biomedical Campus | Free

Clinical School Postdoc Committee warmly invites all researchers from the Cambridge Biomedical Campus to its annual flagship event - Clinical School Postdoc Day which this year will focus on postdoctoral researchers' engagement in collaboration. Talks, networking and drinks reception 5-6pm. Register/submit abstract by 18th August.

6 Sep 2017

Cambridge Global Food Security Initiative Symposium 2017

8:45am – 6:00pm |Buckingham House Conference Centre,  Murray Edwards College | Free

Registration for this event here.

7-8 Sep

The University of Nottingham’s program “Bridging the Gaps: Systems-level approaches to antimicrobial resistance” will host an AMR conference
This will be held on the Thur 7 and Fri 8 Sept, including an evening reception with dinner provided. See poster and draft agenda. Register at this link for Universities (other than The University of Nottingham), industry, NHS Trusts, Public Health England, RCUK and other funding organisations. Contact info: Harry Moriarty, 0115 74 86317, @bridgingthegaps
When: 7–8 September 2017
Where: University of Nottingham, UK

20-22 Sep 2017

Animal Genetics and Diseases Conference  

Wellcome Genome Campus | ££
Bursary deadline: Closed | Abstract Deadline Extended: 18 July | Registration Deadline: 1 August

24 Nov 2017

CID Annual Meeting of Minds Conference

9am-5pm | Downing College, Cambridge | Free

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28 Nov 2017

PHG Foundation Annual Conference, Healthy futures: genomics and beyond

4 Oct 2017

Consultancy 101 workshop & networking lunch

9am-1.30pm | University Centre, Mill Lane, CB2 1RU | Free

Cambridge Enterprise is offering this workshop in how to effectively manage consultancy projects, sharing expertise on best practice, tips on making life easier and trouble-shooting for some of the key issues faced by consultants. Aplications from members of the University only.

19 Oct 2017

BSAC AMR Market Lounge 1Promoting new rapid diagnostics to reduce unneccesary use of antibiotics, Promoting the development and use of vaccines and alternatives and increase the supply of new antimicrobials, a Global Innovation fund for early stage and non-commercial R&D.

9am- 12.45pm, Half Day Workshop | Wellcome Collection, London

Based on the key recommendations from the 2016 O’Neill Review, this matchmaking process (delegates are matched via a pre-lounge questionnair), will accelerate solutions whilst strengthening relationships across the AMR field.

8-9 Nov 2017

Innovate 2017 UK event tickets available 8 to 9 November 2017, taking place at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC), Birmingham. By attending, you will have the chance to meet some of the best and brightest innovators from the UK and internationally, network with investors, share ideas and get inspired. We will also be hosting a series of seminars on the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund. A discounted rate of £95 for a one day ticket or £125 for 2 days is available until 8 September 2017. After this date, prices will rise to £150 for one day and £199 for both.

15 Nov 2017

BSAC AMR Market Lounge 2: Improve global surveillance of drug resistance and antimicrobial consumption in humans and animals, reduce unnecessary use of antimicrobials in agriculture and their dissemination into the environment, better incentives to promote investment for new drugs and improve existing ones.

9am- 12.45pm, Half Day Workshop | Wellcome Collection, London

Based on the key recommendations from the 2016 O’Neill Review, this matchmaking process (delegates are matched via a pre-lounge questionnair), will accelerate solutions whilst strengthening relationships across the AMR field.

20 Nov

The Learned Society Partnership on Antimicrobial Resistance (LeSPAR)

One-day interdisciplinary workshop for early career researchers to explore the barriers and opportunities facing the development of rapid diagnostics for infectious disease. The day will include invited talks and two panel discussions, as well as an interactive networking activity.

More information can be found at http://rsc.li/diagnostics4AMR. Early bird registration closes 02 October 2017.

4-9 Feb 2018

Genomics and Clinical Virology -Course

Wellcome Genome Campus | ££
Application and Bursary Deadline: 27 October 2017

 


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