Crick News

ISSUE 09

October 2013

What's on

October 2013

Crick Symposium: DNA repair and genomic instability

Date/Time: 30 October 2013, 1400-1815

Venue: Senate House, University of London

The ability of our cells to sense and repair DNA damage is key to preventing genomic instability and cancer formation. This meeting will explore basic research into DNA repair mechanisms, as well as the impact of these processes in the clinic. For further details click here

 

November 2013

2013 NCRI Cancer Conference

Date/Time: 3-6 November

Venue: The BT Convention Centre, Liverpool, UK

With more than 50 sessions and 150 speakers there is something for everyone at this year's NCRI conference: from basic research to prevention, diagnosis, treatment, health services research and survivorship. For further details and the full programme click here

The Crick is sponsoring a talk on Monday 4 November by Professor Charles Swanton from the LRI and UCL entitled 'Chromosomal instability and hopeful monsters: A driving force of cancer heterogeneity and evolution'. We will also have a stand so please do come and see us.

 

February 2014

Crick Symposium: Rare diseases

Date/Time: 20 February, 1400-1815

Venue: Senate House, University of London

Registration and the agenda will be available soon. Please keep checking the events pages of our website.