'The Future of Quantitative Biology' - Cambridge Early Career Research Symposium
Wednesday 27th September, DAMTP
- The symposium aims to bring together Cambridge based theoretical and experimental early career researchers working across various topics in quantitative biology, including Development, Ecology and Evolution, Cells and Molecules, Neuroscience and Physiology.
- Participants will have the opportunity to present work as a short talk or poster in a welcoming environment.
- The programme includes a keynote talk from Dr Alexander Mietke (Associate Professor in Theoretical Biophysics at Oxford) on "Constraints and chirality in living systems" and presentations from the Centre from Physical Biology Prize 2023 Winners.
- In addition, the symposium will include lunch and a drinks reception providing ample opportunity to mingle and hear about the exciting research of fellow participants.
Please register for FREE using this link: https://forms.gle/LajeBsMZmwYxduVx5.
The deadline for abstract submission for posters or short talks is 1 September (extended!) and for registration is 15 September.
Organised by TLM postdoc committee: www.tcm.phy.cam.ac.uk/tlm | @TLM_Cambridge