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High Content Imaging of Stem Cells Meeting

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Playfair Library

Old College

South Bridge

Edinburgh

EH8 9YL

United Kingdom

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Confirmed speakers are: Anne Carpenter (keynote), Bev Isherwood, Chris Bakal, Davide Danovi, Jason Swedlow, Peter Horvath and Thierry Dorval.

The High Content Imaging of Stem Cells Meeting will be hosted by Eoghan O'Duibhir (University of Edinburgh), Jennifer Cusiter (University of Edinburgh), Neil Carragher (Cancer Research UK Edinburgh), Paul Andrews (National Phenotypic Screening Centre), Davide Danovi (Kings College London) and Ivana Barbaric (University of Sheffield).

This event will bring eminent speakers from around the world to talk about their specialist subjects. Alongside these speakers, local scientists have the chance to give a bite sized talk to showcase what's happening locally.

A workshop for CellProfiler Analyst, Spotfire HCP and HC StratomineR will be held the following day at the Centre for Regenerative Medicine, Little France Campus, Edinburgh. Details to follow shortly.

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Where will the meeting take place?

Playfair Library, Old College, South Bridge, Edinburgh, EH8 9YL

Does it cost anything to attend?

No, it is a free event.

Do I need to do anything in advance?

Yes. Please register through this site, so we can organise catering for attendees.

How can I contact the organiser with any questions?

The meeting is coordinated by the UKRMP Niche Hub and you can email them with any questions:

UKRMP Niche Hub Manager: Jenny Cusiter, jennifer.cusiter@ed.ac.uk

UKRMP Niche Hub Administrator: Julie Wallace, julie.wallace7@ed.ac.uk

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Yes, please bring your printed ticket along as you would need to hand this to reception to gain access to the building.

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Playfair Library

Old College

South Bridge

Edinburgh

EH8 9YL

United Kingdom

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