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Viruses of Microbes

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Northumbria University

Inaugural Meeting of the Viruses of Microbes-UK (VoM-UK).

The aim of the meeting is to be a way of bringing the UK Viruses of Microbes community together, focussed at supporting the development of early careers researchers and allowing discussion and collaboration between group leads to try to consolidate a VoM network across the UK.

Registration and Fees

  • PGR students (free)
  • PDRA/Fellow (£25)
  • PI (£50)

Registration is now open

Abstract for oral presentation submission:

Interested research students, postdoctoral researchers or fellows please submit a title, author/author list and a 200 word abstract to the link below. Abstracts will be chosen for the first meeting based on their subject areas to illustrate the diversity of research within the field. The aim is not to have theme specific sessions so that attendees get to hear, support and discuss all the work that is presented.

 

 

Event Details

Northumbria University
The Great Hall
Sutherland Building
Newcastle upon Tyne
NE1 8ST

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