The fifth of our popular cell signalling focused meetings will be held at the University of Leicester in 2014.
This two-day conference brings together an exciting list of international speakers, talks chosen from the submitted abstracts and a dynamic poster session. This residential conference offers many opportunities to meet new people with common research interests in a friendly and social environment.
- In Association with the Biochemical Society -
How to get to the venue
The standard registration fee includes access to all sessions, en-suite accommodation (for the night of Monday 28 April 2014), the Conference Dinner on Monday 28 April 2014, lunches on Monday and Tuesday, refreshments and free Wi-Fi access. Delegates can also book the package without the accommodation.
Please note that all rooms are en-suite single bedrooms.
Online registration is now open, Early Bird registration closes on 31 March 2014.
Member and Student Member registration (requires member login)
Registration fees (late fees applicable from 1 April 2014):
Student Member registration:
£60 without accommodation (£100)
£145 without accommodation (£195)
Student Non-Member registration:
£90 without accommodation (£130)
£220 without accommodation (£270)
Additional nights in en-suite accommodation for Sunday 27 April and/or Tuesday 29 April night can also be booked through the online registration system at a cost of £45 per night.
Delegates who book a room, can also access the Manor Road Sports Centre gym and pool free of charge. Please ask reception for your sports voucher which will be redeemed by the sports team on arrival.
Proof of residences may be requested by the Sports Team.
Make use of these fantastic facilities:
- Equipped gym with cardio workout area, resistance machines and free weights
- 25m swimming pool
- Sauna and steam room
It is usually less expensive to join the Society than to pay the non-member registration fees. For information on BPS membership, please consult our website or email Paul Tizard, BPS Membership and Awards Officer.