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16.09.19 - 18.09.19
Royal School of Mines, Imperial College London, South Kensington Campus, London, SW7 2AZ

A Biochemical Society Event


This meeting gathers renowned experts who will highlight recent advances in understanding the molecular mechanisms underlying cAMP signalling in nano-scale compartments and how such local signalling regulates key cellular and physiological processes in the cardiovascular system. A further focus will be the relevance of cAMP signalling compartments as pharmacological targets for the treatment of cardiovascular diseases.

Cutting-edge methodology such as the use of various high-resolution imaging techniques and advanced biosensors, animal models, and the current state of drug development, will be discussed.


The meeting brings together established and younger scientists, and aims at providing a platform for investigators in the early stages of their career to present their latest research and provides ample opportunities for networking:
  • breakout/poster sessions to allow interation with world leaders from academia and industry
  • a careers session with inputs from the academia, societies ad industry, that will be run by early researcher co-
  • organisers
  • an equal number of elevated talks from junior scientists and invited speakers
  • prizes for the best talks and posters from early stage researchers, to be judged by early researcher co-organisers


For further details and to book onto this event, please visit the Biochemical Society website.

Continuing Professional Development (CPD)

This event is approved by the Royal Society of Biology for purposes of CPD and may be counted as 78 CPD credits.

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