We are pleased to announce that in 2015, Cambridge University, supported by the Cambridge Metabolic Network, and AstraZeneca will host a Science Symposium dedicated to exploring the next generation of treatments for metabolic disease. The event takes place on March 26-27th at Murray Edwards College in Cambridge.
Creating vibrant, open environments where scientists can more freely share ideas and knowledge is fundamental to discovering and developing the next generation of life changing medicines. This event promises to be a great opportunity for scientists from the Cambridge scientific community and AstraZeneca to discuss and present innovative/breakthrough research in Metabolism, and uncover new opportunities for scientific collaboration.
The symposium is aimed at a broad range of scientists – from PhD students and postdocs through to established group leaders – who are actively engaged in metabolism research.
You are invited to submit an abstract of up to 250 words when registering your interest. A panel of representatives from Cambridge and AstraZeneca will consider the submitted abstracts and select presenters to ensure a balanced programme.
Spaces are limited; therefore preference will be given to presenters wishing to give either a short (10-minute) talk or a poster presentation.
The deadline for abstract submission was February 2nd.