26TH NOVEMBER 2018
FRANCIS CRICK INSTITUTE
Registration is FREE and OPEN to BACR Student Members only
(BACR Student Membership applications may accompany the registration application)
Money for Travel:
For Students who live outside London and don’t have TfL/Oyster travel cards a bursary of up to £100 will be available to assist with travel). An expenses claim form would need to be completed after the event and original hard copy (paper) receipts provided to make a claim.
This one day meeting is being organised by existing BACR Student Members and will be split into four themes:
Tumour Models and Tumour Microenvironment
This will be a great opportunity to network with other BACR Student members and also to gain that all too valuable experience in presenting your data at a conference, either as a short talk or a poster as well as the opportunity of meeting senior academics.
Confirmed Speakers include:
Mina Bissell (Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, University of California Berkeley, USA)
Carlos Caldas (Cancer Research UK Cambridge Institute)
Len Seymour (University of Oxford, UK)
Brian Huntly (University of Durham, UK)
All registrants must submit an abstract and will be offered the opportunity to give either a short talk or a poster (See the attached abstract submission document). There are a limited number of spaces so registration will not be confirmed until all abstracts have been received and judged.
To register complete the attached registration form with your abstract submission and return to firstname.lastname@example.org by 1st October 2018
Also, for the first time this year the BACR will award the Chris Marshall Prize for Cell Signalling. The recipient of this award will talk at this conference and receive a prize of £1,000. For more information and how to apply please go to: http://www.bacr.org.uk/awards/160
Sophie Roberts (BACR Student Representative, University of Leeds)
Laura Gomez Cuadrado (Edinburgh Cancer Research Centre)
Natasha Murphy (MedImmune and University of Cambridge)
Dorota Sabat-Pospiech (University of Liverpool)
Fabrizio Simeoni (CRUK Manchester Research Institute)
Hanum Binti Yaakub (University of Manchester)