A two-day Theo Murphy meeting from The Royal Society
This conference will take place on Monday 9th and Tuesday 10th September 2024.
Lysosomal function underpins both cellular health and disease. Despite this our understanding of how these organelles work, and how they contribute to important pathologies, is minimal.
The use of chemical sensors to elucidate these mechanisms provides an exciting but unexploited opportunity to facilitate fundamental research and ultimately to develop therapies.
During this two day conference, attendees will hear from chemists and biologists as they explain their work learning what lysosomes do in both health and disease.
Please download the event programme
. Speaker abstracts will become available closer to the meeting date.
Register to attend
This event is free to attend and is intended for researchers in relevant fields. Further information on registration will be available on the event webpage
in due course.