Complement UK in partnership with UK DRI will hold the neuroinflammation course on the 8th & 9th September 2022 at King’s College London.
The course is aimed at researchers and clinicians interested in neuro-immune interactions and neuroinflammation. We particularly welcome the active participation of early career researchers and have included several slots in our programme for short talks, based on abstract submissions.
The first day will be focused on Novel mechanistic understanding of neuro-immune interactions and the second day will address Neuro-immune interactions in the clinic and How to target neuro-immune interactions. There will also be a debate on a critical question.
For more information, please visit our website: https://complement.org.uk/conference/
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CALL FOR ABSTRACT SUBMISSIONS
We invite submissions of abstract proposals for the Novel mechanisms, tools, and therapies in NEUROINFLAMMATION course to be held on 8 – 9 September 2022 at King’s College London.
We would like to ask Principal Investigators to encourage their students and post-docs to present posters, as it affords an excellent opportunity for initiating & furthering collaborations, and for your team to discuss their work with others in the field in a friendly and informal environment.
There will be prizes for best poster and oral presentation.
Poster abstracts will be scored by the organising committee, and those scoring highest will be invited for a short oral presentation. Once the abstract is accepted, at least one of the authors must register for and present at the conference.
Please note that accommodation must be booked separately, and that there is no on-site accommodation. There are several accommodation providers close to the event, and London has a range of options from budget hotels, hostels or AirBnB. We recommend using the Visit London website to search for accommodation: https://www.visitlondon.com/