G22 30th Head Group Meeting
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Oral Presentations: If you wish to present your work (20 minutes slot, 15 minutes presentation plus 5 minutes discussion), please register by filling out the appropriate section on this booking page and then emailing the title and abstract of your presentation and your full affiliation to Becky Smith (email@example.com) by 15th December 2017. Please remember that slots are allocated on a "first come first serve basis". Hence, early registration is recommended.
Poster Presentations: Fill the appropriate section in the booking page following the above instructions and indicate whether you are interested in giving a flash presentation (4 minutes) to introduce your poster.
Registration fee: £30 including Meeting Abstract Booklet, coffee & tea breaks /reception /lunch on day 2 and administration. Payment to be made in advance either by IDT (for UCL members only) or by credit/debit card on this booking page.
Payments can cover the contribution for all the participants from the same laboratory, but full names of all registrants must be provided. Please note that registration is complete only upon payment.
Registration deadline: Monday 8th January 2018
How to find us
The Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, UCL (map attached) is a short walk from King's Cross and Euston mainline railway stations, and is easily accessible by underground from other national and international rail terminals including Charing Cross, Waterloo, Victoria, Marylebone, Paddington and Liverpool Street. The closest underground stations are Holborn on the Central Line and Russell Square on the Piccadilly Line.
Following the 1987 BSDB Meeting on "Craniofacial Development" organized by Peter Thorogood and Cheryll Tickle, the organizers and other colleagues (Andrew Lumsden, Mark Ferguson, Gudrun Moore, Alisdair Ivens, Julian Lewis and Gillian Morriss-Kay) decided to start holding annual informal meetings to increase communication between laboratories working on various aspects of the development of the head, to offer the opportunity to young scientists to present their work in a friendly and stimulating environment and promote collaborative research. The group has met annually since 1989, and the initial number of participants, about 20 people, rose very rapidly through word of mouth with more groups asking to be included in the mailing list. Over the last few years there have always been over one hundred people attending the Meeting.