Aptamers 2020 | 01-02 April | Oxford


Our 7th Oxford meeting – Aptamers 2020  will address therapeutic, diagnostic, analytical and basic research applications of aptamers and invites oral and poster abstracts from academic and industrial researchers. We particularly encourage final year doctoral students and early/mid career postdoctoral researchers/junior group leaders to submit oral abstracts, as we believe this event will provide their research excellent exposure, critical analysis by attending senior researchers and new career opportunities.

The symposium will feature:

>High-impact talks, discussions & several hours of networking
>Oral presentations by an international faculty of senior & junior researchers from academia & industry
>Update on aptamer patents
>Posters, plus flash talks by selected poster presenters
>Trade exhibition
>Excellent networking opportunities, & a relaxed and friendly environment

Register now: http://libpubmedia.co.uk/aptamers-2020/register-online/

Web: http://libpubmedia.co.uk/aptamers-2020
 @AptamerSociety@JAptamers; #AptaOx20
Email: AptamersOxford@gmail.com

Flash Talks by Poster Presenters

A number of posters will be selected for short presentations by the symposium committee. If you would like to be considered, please express your interest at the time of registration/abstract submission. There may also be the opportunity of a sponsored cash prize for the best presentation. This session will be run on the first day of the symposium so that participants have as many opportunities to network during the meeting and at the dinner as possible.

Aptamers 2020 will be hosted along with Oligo 2020  (30-31 March) – 5th symposium on antisense & therapeutic oligonucleotides (separate registration required).

We look forward to welcoming you to the symposium.

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