Manchester Molecular Pathology Innovation Centre – Annual Symposium 9th March 2017 (12.30 – 17.00 )

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Manchester Molecular Pathology Innovation Centre is one of six molecular pathology nodes funded by MRC and EPSRC to facilitate the translation of stratified medicine discovery to biomarker-based tests in the clinic for patient benefit.

http://www.biomarkers.manchester.ac.uk/about/mmpathic/

You are warmly invited to the MMPathIC Annual Symposium 2017 which will provide an update on current activities, future strategy, and the opportunities available to researchers, clinicians and industry-

  • WHERE:  Citylabs, Nelson Street, M13 9NQ
  • WHEN:    Thursday 9th March (Starting with lunch from ~12:30pm, until ~17:00, finishing with a networking wine reception
  • WHAT:   An update on MMPathIC’s activities over the past year and how the molecular pathology node fits with the local innovation infrastructure and industry needs.

There will be the opportunity to find out how you might benefit from the flexible funding and industry ecosystem which has been generated through the MMPathIC infrastructure

The agenda is still in development but will include (amongst others) speakers from the Stoller Biomarker Discovery Centre and Singulex, one of MMPathIC’s strategic industrial partners.

Please register here if you would like to attend- https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/manchester-molecular-pathology-innovation-centre-mmpathic-annual-symposium-2017-tickets-31593021578

Please feel free to circulate to interested colleagues in your respective areas.

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