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Mitochondria: Form and function

This meeting is jointly organised by the British Pharmacological Society, the Biochemical Society and the Physiological Society.

14–15 Sep 2017

Abstracts deadline:

Registration deadline:

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  • Overview
  • Registration
  • Programme
  • Venue & Travel
  • Abstracts
  • Exhibition & sponsorship
This will be a wide-ranging symposium exploring recent developments in mitochondrial biology, developments in understanding fundamental biological processes, and the way that these impact on cell health and function. The scope includes all aspects of mitochondrial biology encompassed by the organising societies: The Physiological Society, the Biochemical Society and The British Pharmacological Society.

Implications for disease and in particular for healthy ageing will be discussed, as will pathways that might be targeted as potential therapeutic strategies. The symposium will include a number of plenary talks by internationally renowned figures in the field. There will be opportunities for younger scientists to present their work and the meeting will also include sessions for late breaking new findings.

The two-day symposium will be followed by a two-day, hands-on, laboratory-based workshop in laboratory techniques for mitochondrial research on 15-16 September 2017. It will be hosted at UCL by the UCL Consortium for Mitochondrial research and directed towards graduate students and post docs emphasising basic principles involved in bench work using state of the art approaches to explore all aspects of mitochondrial cell biology. Limited places available for the workshop.

This meeting is jointly organised by the British Pharmacological Society, the Biochemical Society and the Physiological Society.

We look forward to sharing details about the programme and registration details for the meeting in the coming months. If you have any questions about 'Mitochondria', please contact the Meetings Team (meetings@bps.ac.uk / +44 (0)20 7239 0183).
 

Registration is now open, to register please visit The Physiological Society website.

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We aim to support anyone with accessibility requirements or caring/family responsibilities to enable them to attend the meeting. Please contact events@physoc.org in advance of the meeting to discuss this further.
 

For further details on the programme please visit The Physiological Society website.

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Venue:
Mary Ward House
5-7 Tavistock Pl,
London
WC1H 9SN
 

Directions:

Train
The nearest station is Euston Station, from there it is a 8 minute walk.

Tube
Piccadilly line to Russel Square Station. From the tube station, it is a 5 minute walk to Mary Ward House.

Parking
The Mary Ward House has a car park available however there are limited spaces. Should you wish to book a space, you would need to give your car registration to info@marywardhouse.com.

Taxi
Black cabs are constantly passing by and you can stop them anytime outside of the Mary Ward House. Should you wish to book a taxi, they are able to stop at the Mary Ward House car park.

Tourist information
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Opposite platform 8, Victoria Railway Station, London, SW1V 1JU, Tube: Victoria
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Abstract submission is open and closes on Monday 10 July 2017.

Abstracts can be presented in two ways:

Oral Communication
Presented from a lectern with a set of slides.
During this meeting, oral communications will be 8 minutes with 2 minutes for questions.

The final list will be selected by the Scientific Programme Committee from the general communications.

Poster Communication
Presented from a poster board.
Presenters will be expected to accompany their poster for the full session on the day their poster is scheduled.

For further information on submitting an abstract please visit The Physiological Society website.

Sponsoring or exhibiting at Mitochondria: Form and Function will enable you to:

•Build relationships with potential clients and collaborators
•Develop your organisations’ brand identity within a targeted community
•Receive company recognition on the website, in the printed meeting materials and on site at the event
•Display your marketing materials to all delegates

Exhibition packages start from £1000
Sponsorship packages start from £1800
Printed programme adverts start from £250

If you are interested in exhibiting or supporting this meeting, please e-mail events@physoc.org