First Joint Symposium Curie-Gray Institutes

Trends in DNA Damage Signalling, Genomic Instability and Radiation Oncology
23-25th of April 2014, Richard Doll Building, in Oxford, UK

A meeting aiming to enhance career opportunities for PhD students and postdoctoral fellows

Registration deadline: February 7th, 2014

Organisers:
Aura Carreira, PhD, Genotoxic Stress and Cancer Unit, CNRS UMR 3348, and Marie Dutreix, PhD, CNRS UMR3347/INSERM U1021, Institute Curie, Orsay, France; Madalena Tarsounas, PhD, Department of Oncology, The Gray Institute, Oxford, UK

Sponsored by:
CNRS - University of Oxford Collaboration Scheme

This first joint symposium between the Gray Institute for Radiation Oncology and Biology in Oxford and the Institute Curie Cancer Centre is founded on a long tradition in Radiation Research of both institutes. The meeting is meant to provide a forum for presentations and discussions of cutting-edge research carried out in the two Institutes with a focus on DNA damage signalling, genomic instability and radiation oncology.

The aim of the symposium is to serve as a framework to foster collaborations and short-term exchanges for PhD students, postdoctoral fellows, young scientists and PIs between laboratories of the two institutes.
Abstracts are invited for submission from PhD students and postdoctoral fellows. These will be selected for oral and/or poster presentation. A prize for the best presentation will be announced at the end of the symposium.

Participation is FREE for selected candidates; a maximum of 30 participants from Institute Curie will be filled on a first-come first-served basis (and 30 participants from Gray will also attend). Transportation by train to and from the event in Oxford will be provided, as will accomodation (2 nights) and meals during the symposium.

Only open to Curie employees. You must have your supervisor's permission to attend this event!

Registration is now closed.

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22 January 2014
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