Cutting Edge Osteoarthritis will be held at Pembroke College in Oxford on Wednesday 21st June 2017, with a half-day pre-meeting on Tuesday 20th June, giving students and young post-docs the opportunity to network with each other and with leaders in the osteoarthritis field.
On 20 June, the meeting will open with a keynote address from Professor Sir John Bell, Regius Professor of Medicine at Oxford. Short talks selected from submitted abstracts and an extended poster session will follow. At the end of the day Professor Luke O’Neill, University of Dublin will give an ‘Inspired Careers’ talk, which will be followed by an informal dinner in the College.
On Wednesday 20 June an exciting programme of internationally renowned speakers will present the cutting edge of osteoarthritis research.
|Anne-Marie Malfait, Rush
|Bill Robinson, Stanford
|Frank Luyten, Leuven
|Carl Johan Sundberg, Karolinska Institute
|Gordon Duff, Oxford
|Nigel Arden, Oxford
|Ele Zeggini, Sanger Institute, Cambridge
|Ian Clark, UEA Norwich
The conference will take place at Pembroke College in the centre of Oxford. The reception dinner will be held in the 19th century dining hall of the College, and en-suite accommodation will also be right on site at the College.