Upcoming Crick Events

Crick Cancer Research Symposium

Monday 5 and Tuesday 6 October 2020, 0900-1700

This two-day biennial symposium which alternates with the larger Crick Cancer Conference will include a keynote from Fiona Watt, FRS FMedSci, alongside a full programme of invited speaker talks and selected short talks. 

Due to ongoing social distancing measures, we will run this symposium as a "hybrid" event with a limited number of in-person places in the auditorium alongside virtual attendees. You will need to register via eventbrite for this symposium and will then receive your zoom invitation.

Poster sessions will take place on a virtual poster gallery and we encourage people to submit their abstracts for short and flash talks and posters.

To submit an abstract, and to register to attend, please visit the Crick Cancer Research Symposium page by Monday 31 August 2020. 

 

London Infections and Immunity Symposium

Monday 2 and Tuesday 3 November, 09:00-17:00

This meeting will highlight the latest Infections and Immunity research from groups working in London, with a special COVID-19 session. Highlights include Keynote talks by Doreen Cantrell from the University of Dundee and Rino Rappuoli from GSK.

Five sessions across two days: Immunity, Immuno-regulation,Cancer, Infections and Covid-19 research.

Alongside the featured talks and keynotes there will be the opportunity for early career researchers to give 3 minute flash talks, as well as poster sessions which will take place over a virtual poster gallery.

Due to ongoing social distancing measures, we will run this symposium as a "hybrid" event with a limited number of in-person places in the auditorium alongside virtual attendees. You will need to register via eventbrite for this symposium and will then receive your zoom invitation.

To submit an abstract, and to register to attend, please visit the Crick's London Infections and Immunity Symposium page by Friday 2 October 2020. 

 

 

Medicine at the Crick

The new 'Medicine at the Crick' event series showcases major advances in biomedical science and raises awareness of the medical implications of major scientific advances.

Medicine at the Crick

Biological therapies in cancer – improving survival outcomes

7 March 2019 - 2-7pm 

The session will review the profound opportunities of CAR-T cell therapy, adoptive cellular immunotherapies and checkpoint inhibitor therapy in the management of haematologic and metastatic solid tumours.

These Immunotherapies, by leveraging the patient's immune system, are transforming clinical care, resulting in prolonged survival and even cancer cures in a previously palliative setting. This event will review recent breakthroughs in the field, challenges and opportunities in the translation of scientific findings into the clinic and the promise of leveraging adaptive cellular therapies to tackle cancer clonal evolution for patient benefit.

Find out more and register on the Crick website.


Medicine at the Crick

Neuroimmunology of the gut: new directions and new challenges

30 June 2019 - 2.30-7pm 

Find out more and register on the Crick website.


For a full list of events organised by the Crick please visit the Crick events webpage. To receive information about upcoming events from the Crick please contact events@crick.ac.uk to be added to the mailing list.