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These meetings are open to all disciplines, strongly encouraging pathologists, immunologists, virologists, structural biologists as well as clinicians in human and veterinarian sciences to participate. We would suggest that each month we have an individual from a different department present one 20 minute talk on topics ranging from current research, to unusual case reports or new diagnostic approaches.

Location: Department of Transfusion Medicine at the Addenbrookes┬╣s site (Blood Centre). For those not located on the Addenbrooke┬╣s site limited parking is available, preferably by priorarrangement. The meeting will last approximately one hour and then refreshments will be available with an opportunity to continue discussions.

The organisers of this series are: Jude Heaney, Department of Transfusion Medicine

Graeme Alexander, Department of Medicine

Jonathan Heeney, Department of Veterinary Medicine

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