Gut and Liver Inflammation - A Translational Science Masterclass
Tuesday, 01 April 2014 14:04
BSG 2014 will host Scientists in Gastroenterology's first Translational Science Masterclass, a full day symposium aimed at reconnecting UK clinicians and basic scientists in key areas of Gastroenterology and Hepatology research.
With huge recent advances in post-genomic science, gut and liver immunology, and the growing realisation of the importance of the microbiome to human health and disease, the first event will focus on these cross-cutting themes, with a strong Faculty of local, national and international speakers.
Where better to start our revolution than the city where the industrial revolution began, the atom was split and the first computer was created. We hope to see you there!
John McLaughlin, Chair, BSG Research Committee and Sheena Cruickshank, Scientists in Gastroenterology.
Join us on 19th June 2014 at BSG 2014 at the Manchester Central Convention Complex, UK
|Prof John McLaughlin
BSG Research Chair
|Dr Cathryn Edwards
BSG Senior Secretary
Scientists in Gastroenterology
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