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Building and Rebuilding Complex Tissues Conference – 18 July 2024, Robinson College, Cambridge

Posted by , on 7 February 2024

Dear all, 

We are delighted to be partnering with the British Society for Developmental Biology and the International Society for Regenerative Biology to deliver a one-day international meeting tackling the biggest questions in tissue development and regeneration through interdisciplinary collaborations.

Development is a breathtaking process whereby a single cell gives rise to all of the body’s specialised tissues. How would you reverse engineer parts of this process to re-create tissue if it’s lost or damaged? This meeting will bring together leading developmental and regenerative biologists to discuss the latest research and identify future scientific directions for innovation and collaboration.

Registrations are now open – find out more on the event website!The event is open to everyone so please share around your networks!

Please find a poster for the event with more details attached – we have an excellent programme of exciting international speakers, including a keynote address by Professor Ashley Seifert from the University of Kentucky. The day will feature plenty of coffee breaks, a conference lunch, and a networking drinks reception.

There will also be an opportunity for early career researchers to present posters and short oral presentations.

The deadline for poster abstract submission is 11 March 2024 5pm

Early bird registration closes on 1 April 2024 – don’t miss out!

For any questions, please contact

All the best, 

Mekayla Storer, Ben Steventon, Sumru Bayin 
Event organisers 

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