Welcome to St George's Research Day Website
Research Day 2016 - Wednesday 30 November
You are invited to attend and participate in this year’s SGUL Research Day.
As in previous years there will be a lecture session in the morning followed by a networking lunch. The poster exhibition and exhibitor/sponsor stands will be set up in the boardrooms. Everyone is welcome to come along to view the posters and visit the stands. Poster prizes will be announced at the end of the afternoon session.
All staff and students are welcome to attend the morning lecture session which will be held in the Michael Heron Lecture Theatre. The theme is ‘Genomics and Human Health’ and this year's speakers are:-
- Professor Sahar Mansour (St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust)
‘Genomics of rare diseases- new genes for lymphovascular disorders’
- Professor David Strachan (St George’s, University of London)
‘Genes and environment in asthma and allergy: GWAS, GWIS and 'Gee! Was that it?'
- Professor Nick Thomson (Sanger Institute, Cambridge and London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine)
‘From global to local: using phylogenomics to follow bacterial infection and spread’
The Thomas Young Prize Lecture
- Professor Hagan Bayley FRS (University of Oxford)
‘Engineered nanopores for sensing and sequencing of DNA, proteins and sugars’
Research Day is an annual showcase of the research at St George’s, University of London. It is an opportunity to find out more about the exciting discoveries taking place and a chance to engage colleague from other areas in your work.
Submissions are welcome from all and in particular research students, post-doctoral research assistants and principal investigators. It is an excellent chance to show off your research.
We are pleased to announce that this year we will once again be able to offer an exceptional poster prize of £1000 for the most innovative research poster. The Chrissie Fenske Research Poster Prize has been funded by a generous donation in memory of the late Dr Chrissie Fenske, by Chrissie’s husband and brother. Chrissie worked at St George’s and was passionate about the scope and potential for gene research. This will be an annual price running for a period of approximately 13 years.
Registration is free and gives you access to the abstract submission page plus lunch on the day.
The abstract submission/registration site has closed