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Upcoming Workshops 2022

Genotype to Phenotype: Bridging Comparative Genomics and Cell Biology

Organisers: Gautam Dey and Eelco C. Tromer

Date: 13 – 16 November 2022

Venue: Buxted Park, East Sussex, UK

Toxic Metabolites in the Biology of Ageing and Cancer

Organisers: KJ Patel and Liz Patton

Date: 4 – 7 December 2022

Venue: Buxted Park, East Sussex, UK

 

Upcoming Workshops 2023

Collective Cell Migration: From In Vitro to In Vivo

Organisers: David Bryant, Nir Gov, Laura Machesky and Denise Montell

Date: 19 – 22 February 2023

Venue: Buxted Park, West Sussex, UK

Novel Technologies for Programming Human Cell Fate

Organisers: Marisa Karow, Samantha Morris and Barbara Treutlein

Date: 26 – 29 March 2023

Venue: Eastwell Manor, Kent, UK

Inside Out: New Frontiers in the Comparative Physiology of the Vertebrate Gut

Organisers: Carol Bucking and Chris M. Wood

Date: 25 – 28 June 2023

Venue: Eastwell Manor, Kent, UK

Single Cell View 3D Genome Architecture

Organisers: Srinjan Basu, David Lando and Tim Stevens

Date: 26 – 29 November 2023

Venue: Buxted Park, East Sussex, UK

Workshops archive

Explore previous Workshop topics through our video interviews, meeting reports and photo galleries. From neural stem cells through obesity and genome engineering to evolution of the human neocortex, mitosis and more.

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If you have a vision to run a Workshop but don’t have the time to arrange the logistics or raise the funding, then please contact us. We are seeking proposals for future Workshops and provide all necessary support.

Statement on the novel coronavirus/COVID-19

We will be looking to return to in-person Workshops in 2022. We will be continue to monitor the global situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, and will make sure that we have protocols in place to keep our attendees as safe as possible.

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Why apply for a funded place at one of our Workshops?

24 August 2017

Early-career researchers can apply for a funded place at one of our Workshops. This is a great opportunity that could enhance your career in various ways. Watch the video to hear from some of our previous attendees on why they applied and how it has benefited them.

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