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Protein misfolding in ageing and neurodegeneration

Location
London, Room 1.67 Franklin Wilkins Building, SE1 9NH, Stamford Street
Category
Conference/Seminar
When
26 (13:00) - 28/03/2018 (12:00)
Contact
UKIL_synergy@kcl.ac.uk
Registration URL
www.kcl.ac.uk/UKIL-synergy
Description

UK-Israel Synergy Symposium:
Protein misfolding in ageing and neurodegeneration: from basic biology to drug development. 

This event is sponsored by British Council and King's College London.

The symposium will bring together top UK and Israeli scientists working in different fields of Neuroscience and neurodegeneration, to generate new ideas and share the latest results to develop complementary ways of thinking. 
Several topics will be discussed. We will talk about the importance of post-translational modifications in protein aggregation, cross-talk between ageing diseases, the frontiers of dementia studies and the development of new approaches to drug design. Our goal is not only to learn more about cutting-edge research on protein aggregation in neurodegeneration, but also to create a marketplace of ideas and tools for a more global approach to neuroscience.

We enthusiastically invite both students and senior scientists to attend this unique event. 

For info and registration: 
www.kcl.ac.uk/UKIL-synergy

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