The Symposium will be held at The Spine which is located within the heart of the Knowledge Quarter in Paddington Village.
Please find and download the LCRI Symposium' 21 programme here.
The Symposium will commence at 16.30 on Thursday 18th November with a drinks and canapes reception and will include two keynote addresses from two eminent speakers. The full programme will be shared on the LCRI events page in due course.
The Scientific Programme of the Symposium will continue the following day on Friday 19th November 2021 between 09.00 and 17.00, also at The Spine. The day will be structured around cross-cutting science themes in cancer research in LCRI and talks will be delivered by speakers who are experts in their field. The aim is to showcase some of the cancer research being undertaken in Liverpool. It is anticipated that this will be an annual event with opportunities for many colleagues to present and invite colleagues from further afield.
The event will include a poster competition with a prize for the top poster, with information below.
We look forward to welcoming you here in Liverpool for this face-to-face event on cancer research.
Please see the link to register for the event: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/liverpool-cancer-research-institute-lcri-scientific-symposium-tickets-176110811177
Please download the LCRI Symposium'21 LCRI Symposium Book of Abstracts.
Call for Abstracts – Liverpool Cancer Research Institute Scientific Symposium
All Postgraduate, Intercalating Students, Post-Docs, Tenure Track Fellows and all other Early Career Researchers in the University of Liverpool working on cancer related research across all Faculties are invited to submit abstracts for posters for the Inaugural LCRI Symposium.
- Symposium date: Thursday 18 and Friday 19 November 2021
- Venue: The Spine
- Format: Face to face event
Please find here the LCRI Scientific Symposium Abstract form 2021. The closing date for submission is noon on Monday 25th October 2021. Abstracts must be returned to Jackie Henderson at firstname.lastname@example.org
You will be notified by Friday 29th October if you have been successful in being invited to present your poster. A Prize will be awarded to the best poster at the Symposium. Significant emphasis will be placed on:
- Clarity of communicating research aims, methodology and findings and potential for impact from the research.
- Effectively showcasing multidisciplinary approaches to research and team work.
Due to COVID restrictions and social distancing measures there is a limited number (23 of posters) that will be displayed and therefore, where there are teams with multiple members, we kindly ask the teams to decide in advance and nominate one member to submit an abstract.
If you have any queries please contact Jackie Henderson.
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