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This is the next in a series of seminars aimed at early career researchers in vaccine science.

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The idea behind these seminars is to share research in a relaxed friendly environment - whether you want to practice for that lab meeting coming up or you are preparing for a talk at an international conference, anyone can come along and present anything at all (but hopefully related to vaccines!). We have everything from very polished talks to informal discussions!

As this is the first seminar of the new academic year and the first seminar organised by your new committee, we'd like to start off by introducing ourselves. We (Alex, Nitya and Rachel) will each be presenting some short talks on our research followed by some drinks and nibbles to get everyone from different groups chatting!

We would also like to have a bit of a discussion about INVaR events over the coming year - ideas for events or workshops would be very welcome!

This is a (rough) timetable of the event:

16.00 - Welcome and Intro

16.10 - Alex Spice - Virus-like particle production using cell-free protein synthesis

16.25 - Rachel Barton - Unlocking the myocyte translatome for effective RNA biotherapeutics

16.40 - Nitya Krishnan - Modelling vaccine responses in a skin challenge model for Tuberculosis

16.55 - Round up and informal discussion

17.00 - Drinks and nibbles

18.00 - Event ends

See you all there!

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