Early Careers Day
On Monday 16 March we will be holding an Early Careers Day with parallel sessions specifically designed for PhD students or postdocs and Fellows. You can register to attend the Early Careers Day along with your main Conference registration. We expect this event to be very popular, so we suggest early registration to avoid disappointment.
The PhD sessions at our Early Careers Day provide a great opportunity to present your work to fellow students in a relaxed environment. The Early Career Day is open to both Alzheimer’s Research UK and non-Alzheimer’s Research UK-funded PhD students.
The Early Career Day takes place on Monday 16 March 2020 at the International Convention Centre Wales.
16 March 2020
|09:20||Alzheimer’s Research UK|
|09:40||Prof Caleb Webber – UK DRI at Cardiff|
|10:00||Angeliki Zarkali – University College London|
|10:15||Makis Tzioras – The University of Edinburgh|
|10:30||Jomar Alcantar – Aston University|
|11:00||Refreshments and Posters|
|11:30||Audrey Low – University of Cambridge|
|11:45||Soraya Meftah – University of Exeter|
|12:00||Jack Kelly – University of Plymouth|
|12:15||Emily Hill – University of Warwick|
|12:30||Lunch and Posters|
|14:00||Paper writing session – Prof Anna Murray|
|15:00||Refreshments and Posters|
|15:30||Health & Wellbeing|
|17:00||Refreshments and Posters|
Registration for the day (£40+ VAT Early Bird, £45 + VAT) also includes lunch and a drinks reception in the evening. You can register for the Early Careers Day alongside your main Conference registration