Upcoming Crick Events


cancer symposium

This two-day meeting will bring together over 200 researchers and clinicians working on cancer.

In particular, we will provide a forum for recently established PIs and early career researchers to present their latest work and expand their network of colleagues and collaborators. There will be 12 short talks selected from the abstracts, flash talks, and poster presentations. Drinks and a light buffet will accompany the poster session on Monday evening.

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medicine at the Crick

Medicine at the Crick event series showcases major advances in biomedical science and raises awareness of the medical implications of major scientific advances amongst the Crick and wider UK biomedical community. Each event comprises a series of short talks, one or two keynote lectures and a panel discussion. 

The second event in the series, Interactions between gut microbiota and host: nature vs nurturebrings together experts who will highlight the contributions of genes (nature) vs environment (nurture) on gut homeostasis in health and disease. 

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Infections event

The objective of this joint meeting is to highlight new research in the Infections & Immunity area from groups working in London and elsewhere in the UK.

The meeting aims to encourage free exchange of ideas, cross-disciplinary interactions and new collaborations. Two poster sessions will provide a forum for Postdocs and students to present their work. If you would like to submit a poster, please send your abstract to events@crick.ac.uk and we will be in touch with further details. Drinks and light finger food will accompany the poster session on Monday evening.

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aids eventWorld AIDS Day takes place on the 1st December each year. It’s an opportunity for people worldwide to unite in the fight against HIV. Today, scientific advances have been made in HIV treatment, there are laws to protect people living with HIV, and we understand so much more about the condition.

"HIV Vaccine Perspectives", Dr Jill Gilmour, Executive Director for Human Immunology at the International AIDS Vaccine Initiative (IAVI) and Principal Investigator of the IAVI Human Immunology Laboratory (HIL) at Imperial College London

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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.