Welcome to St George's Research Day Website
St. George’s, University of London 10th Anniversary Research Day
10.00 am to 6.00 pm Wednesday 3 December 2014
You are invited to attend and participate in the 10th annual Research Day.
This year, we are delighted to announce that we have four external speakers:
- Professor Frank Kelly, Professor of Environmental Health, KCL
- Professor Anne Rosser, Professor of Clinical Neuroscience, Cardiff University School of Medicine
- Professor Andrew Pollard, Professor of Paediatric Infection and Immunity, Department of Paediatrics, University of Oxford
- Professor Robin Ali, Professor of Human Molecular Genetics, Institute of Ophthalmology, UCL
Regular features include the poster exhibition, networking lunch and prizegiving.
Research Day is an annual showcase of the research happening 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 colleagues from other areas in your work.
Want to exhibit a poster?
Abstract submission is now available here with a closing date of Friday 21 November 2014. Abstracts and posters previously submitted to external meetings are acceptable. Posters are limited to 160 this year on a first come first served basis!
How to do it?
Posters should be A0 PORTRAIT and guides on templates and styles can be found here. Media Services also have a handy guide on how to create posters and get them printed which you can find here. All abstract submissions will be accepted and posterboard numbers are released on the day before. 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.
Want to come along on the day to see what’s going on?
All students and staff are invited to attend the 10th anniversary annual Research Day. Registration is FREE but you must register online if you wish to attend the event.
Once you have registered you can access the abstract submission page. You will also be entitled to complementary coffee and tea, lunch and refreshments.