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CPB Conference Room

Imperial College, Silwood Park

Buckhurst Road

SL5 7QN

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The pleasure of your company is requested at a GCEE public outreach event:

Africa past and present: human evolution and disease management on Earth’s most overlooked continent

Our panel of experts will explore the origins of human diversity in Africa, and present progress towards eliminating several of the neglected tropical diseases affecting the present-day population – schistosomiasis and malaria.


Date: Thursday 6 April 2017
Time: 19.00
Venue: CPB Common Room, Imperial College London, Silwood Park Campus, Ascot, SL5 7PY (building no 6 on the map).

The event is free to attend and open to all.

18:00 Open doors, poster display

19:00 Target Malaria

19:20 Prof Alan Fenwick, Schistosomiasis

19:40 Dr Jason Hodgson, the evolutionary history of African peoples

20:00 Open Q&A

20:30 Drinks reception and mingling

21:00 End


In the Chair: Dr Rob Ewers

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