Conferences & Events
Conferences & Events
DMRN is a 1-day workshop on Tuesday 19th December 2023. The workshop will include invited and contributed talks, and posters will be on display during the day, including during the lunch and coffee breaks. The workshop will be an ideal opportunity for networking with other people working in the area.
The American Politics Group (APG) of the Political Studies Association (PSA) is the premier organisation for the study of US politics beyond America’s shores. 2024 will mark 50 years since the group was founded.
The group is based in the UK, with a strong representation of European scholars, as well as scholars from the US and further afield.
The APG invites proposals on any aspect of US politics. Papers examining contemporary US political institution or processes, US foreign policy, or US political history are all welcome.
Previous conferences have had a strong postgraduate presence, and we especially encourage early career scholars to present their work.
Please note; in addition to limited accommodation on campus, there is a Travelodge next to the university. London offers a wide variety of accommodation options.
RNA UK is a biannual non-profit meeting organised by scientists for scientists. The meeting will bring together UK-based experts in all aspects of RNA biology. Main Topics include transcription, splicing, RNA processing, RNA modifications, RNA localisation, phase separation, RNA turnover, ribosome & translation, noncoding RNAs, RNA structure, RNA in disease, and methods for studying RNA.
For more information about the meeting, please visit: https://www.rnauk.org/
The programme will include both oral and poster presentations. Once you complete your registration, you will be sent a link to submit your abstract. All participants who submit an abstract will be guaranteed a spot for poster presentation. For oral presentations, we aim to select at least one talk per group to make the meeting as inclusive as possible.
Please note that due to limited space, the single occupancy room option is reserved for PIs only.
The short course in Basic and Translational Cardioimmunology has been designed for non-clinical and clinical cardiologists and allied health professionals who have a keen interest in immunology and inflammation related to cardiac function and disease. The course will be held online over three days, with tailor-made lectures delivered by experts in the field of cardiac inflammation and immunity from Queen Mary University of London and Barts’ Heart Centre. All lectures will have a clear clinical and translational focus with relevant disease cases that will allow participants to gain tangible