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2019 UK Cilia Network meeting

Date: 22 March 2019

We are pleased to welcome you to the annual meeting of the UK Cilia Network to be hosted by the University of Sheffield on Friday 22nd of March 2019 at the Circle in Sheffield http://www.thecirclesheffield.org.uk.

Download the the final meeting programme here:
https://www.cilianetwork.org.uk/content/files/files/UK%20cil...pdf
and details of how to get to the venue here: https://www.cilianetwork.org.uk/content/files/files/UK%20Cil...pdf

The meeting will run from the introduction at 10.30 until 5.30. The Circle is a 15-20 minute walk from Sheffield station

As well as having two invited talks from Professor Ronald Roepman, Radboud UMC, The Netherlands https://www.radboudumc.nl/en/people/ronald-roepman and Professor Albert Ong, University of Sheffield https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/iicd/profiles/ong we are seeking abstract submission for short oral presentation. We will also have an informal poster session where research can be presented during the refreshment breaks.

Abstracts can be submitted on through the flowing Google link
Abstract - https://goo.gl/forms/3L2ihvojuEzreIHI2
The final extended deadline is 27th February.

For catering purposes can you also please register your attendance, your dietary preferences and if you would like to have an informal meal after the meeting.
Registration - https://goo.gl/forms/UiMcaLob73j4mMe92

This year the UK Cilia Network plans to make this meeting a memorial meeting in remembrance of our friend and colleague Jarema Malicki https://www.sheffield.ac.uk/bms/research/malicki who unexpectedly passed away in early January, 2019. Jarema was the greatest of advocates for ciliary research throughout the world, was a member the management group of the Network as well as being one of the driving forces behind the less formal “Northern” Cilia Club. The scientific community is still coming to terms with his loss.

Whatever your specific interest in cilia may be, we hope that you will join with us at the meeting to present short presentations, or listen to, the latest ciliary research as well as to remember Jarema in the sort of relaxed and informal environment where he felt so at home.

The meeting is being organised by Colin Bingle c.d.bingle@shef.ac.uk and Gwen Reilly g.reilly@sheffield.ac.uk

Location: University of Sheffield
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