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Cambridge Parasitic and Neglected Tropical Diseases Network Day

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Theme: Field to lab, lab to field Date: 13th December 2018 Venue: Department of Pathology, CB2 1QP

One day interdisciplinary meeting focusing on the challenges of parasitic and neglected diseases.

Confirmed speakers include: Pauline Beattie (EDCTP), Catherine Merrick (UoC), Simon Croft (LSHTM), Marcus Lee (WT-Sanger), Suzanne Turner (UoC), Mark Carrington (UoC).

As part of the programme, we will hold a panel session in the afternoon, with individuals who have either long term experience of working across the field and lab, and those who have recently made the change to conducting this type of work, or are in the process of making this change. A draft programme (subject to change) will be posted online soon.

Call for Abstracts now Open to early career researchers (PhD students and postdoctoral researchers) for abstracts (max 200 words) to present talks. Closing date for submission 20th November 2018. Notification of outcome will be communicated by 30th November 2018.

The aim of the network is to bring together parasite and NTD researchers in Cambridge and provide a platform to increase links with research collaborators in LMI Cs.

Hosted by Shona Wilson (UoC) and Julian Rayner (Wellcome Trust – Sanger Institute).

This talk is part of the Centre for Global Health Research series.

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