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Open Calcium Conference

Welcome!

You are cordially invited to one-day meeting on calcium signalling in different physiological systems at The Open University campus in Milton Keynes on 8th July 2019.

The meeting will comprise of both talks (see below) and a poster session. So, do bring your poster(s) along (and let us know you will be bringing a poster).

Tea/coffee and lunch will be provided.

Details of the programme, registration, and travel etc. can be found below.

The conference has a £10 registration fee (for registration, please go to our Eventbrite site).

We can provide details of discounted accommodation next to the University, if required.

​We hope to welcome you to The Open University.

Email us if you have any questions.

Best wishes,

Martin, Emily, Geert and Katja

Email martin.bootman@open.ac.uk or katja.rietdorf@open.ac.uk for information or support

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Programme:

 

The Eventbrite site for registration for the conference can be accessed here: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/open-calcium-conference-2019-tickets-59942278970

The flyer for the conference can be downloaded from here: /science/life-health-chemical-sciences/sites/www.open.ac.uk.science.life-health-chemical-sciences/files/files/Open%20Calcium%20Conference%20flyer%202019(2).pdf

The programme for the conference can be downloaded from here: /science/life-health-chemical-sciences/sites/www.open.ac.uk.science.life-health-chemical-sciences/files/files/Open%20Calcium%20Conference%202019%20final.pdf

Directions for geting to The Open University can be found here: http://www.open.ac.uk/about/main/locations/milton-keynes-campus

 

The Conference is organised in association with the Ca2+ signaling in health, disease and therapy (CaSign) network

 

The Conference is kindly supported by: