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COMPARE ECR GPCR Symposium

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Coates Road Auditorium

University of Nottingham

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COMPARE is pleased to be hosting an ECR-focussed symposium on GPCRs.

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COMPARE are delighted to be holding a satellite symposium which is focussed on G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) pharmacology and cell signalling. We have an exciting programme of early-career researchers speaker from prestigious institutions, including Univ. Cambridge, Univ. Leipzig, and VU Amsterdam.

This event is to celebrate the involvement of early-career researchers in the field and is free to attend.

Lunch and refreshments will be provided. The day will commence at 10:00 and conclude by 16:30. Detailed schedule to follow.

There will be a poster session following lunch. If you would like to display your poster during this session, please email your poster title to Mark (mark.soave@nottingham.ac.uk) or Laura (laura.kilpatrick@nottingham.ac.uk) in addition to filling in the details on the registration form.

We would also like to highlight the British Pharmacology Society's Cell Signalling meeting which is occurring Mon 20th - Tues 21st April in Leicester.

Cell Signalling 2020 is a two-day scientific meeting held at Leicester Conferences, University of Leicester. It will give delegates the opportunity to hear world-leading experts present their cutting-edge research on all aspects of G protein-coupled receptor (GPCR) biology from structure to therapeutics. The meeting also provides invaluable opportunities for participants to network with academic and industrial pharmacologists from the UK and overseas. For more information and to register please visit the event website: https://www.bps.ac.uk/news-events/events/8th-focused-meeting-on-cell-signalling

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