A reminder of the WTCCMR annual conference, Get Connected, which this year focusses on the Matrix in Fibrosis.
This is an excellent opportunity for PhD students and postdocs to give a talk and/or present a poster and we do hope you will encourage your lab members to attend.
Abstracts should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org and the deadline for submissions has been extended to Sunday 24th September
Further details :
Meeting programme available here
To register click here
Look forward to seeing you at QMUL!
Professor John Whitelock (University of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia) has a PhD scholarship vacancy in the field of matrix biology and stem cell differentiation. It is described at this link:
In addition, the Scientia scholarships are described here: http://www.2025.unsw.edu.au/apply/
For more details click here
for link to meeting website click here
The latest ISMB newsletter is available here
The BSMB Young Investigator Award committee is now seeking nominations for the 2017 award. Applications will be considered from any member aged 35 or under at the time of application. This prestigious prize is worth £1000 to a worthy winner, as well as the opportunity to present their work at the September meeting in London. Full application rules and eligibility requirements are available on the BSMB website: http://www.bsmb.ac.uk/awards-index/young-investigator-award/
Members of the society are required to have joined 12 weeks (84 days) before the start of a meeting to qualify for reduced rate registration. Make sure to encourage your new students and post-docs to join the BSMB as soon as they start work in your laboratory.
The prestigious Fell-Muir Award for scientists who have made a major contribution to extracellular matrix research has been awarded to Professor Cay Kielty of the University of Manchester. Cay will receive the award at the Spring BSMB meeting to be held in Oxford.