South East Regional Fellows event, Oxford



16.15, Monday 13 November 2017

Green Templeton College, Oxford, Oxford

43 Woodstock Road, Oxford OX2 6HG

 South East Region Annual Scientific Lecture 2017: Professor Chas Bountra

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Fellows are invited to attend the annual AMS South East Region Scientific Lecture which will be given by Professor Chas Bountra, Professor of Translational Medicine and Associate Member, Department of Pharmacology,  University of Oxford.  The lecture will be followed by a drinks reception and dinner for local Academy Fellows and their guests. The evening will also include a presentation about the Radcliffe Observatory.

The event will take place at Green Templeton College on Monday 13 November 2017. To promote wider regional engagement and awareness of the Academy's work,  Fellows attending this event are invited to bring along an early career colleague or post-doctoral researcher from their home institution as their guest for the evening.

Attendance at this event costs £35 per head - which will include a three course meal and drinks. The Academy has ten funded places  available for early career colleagues and these will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis. To  apply for a funded place please contact Alison Rojo in the Academy office (contact details as provided on this page).

 Programme:
16:15    Registration and refreshments
17:00    Welcome: Professor Stephen Holgate CBE FMedSci, South East Regional Champion
             Lecture by Professor Chas Bountra
18:15    Brief talk on the Radcliffe Observatory and its telescopes by Charles Barclay,
             Director, Blackett Observatory, Marlborough College
18:45    Drinks and opportunity to visit the Radcliffe Observatory
19:30    Dinner served 

Unfortunately, due to the historic nature of the building there are some accessibility issues at this venue. Fellows and guests are asked to be aware that access to certain rooms is limited. Please contact the Academy office for further information.


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