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BHF Centre for Regenerative Medicine (CRM) Joint Centres Meeting

We would like to invite you to attend the BHF Centre for Regenerative Medicine (CRM) Joint Centres Meeting (hosted by Imperial) on the 10th & 11th August 2021. The event will be held online on Microsoft Teams.

There will be talks from the three BHF Centres for Regenerative Medicine (Imperial, Oxford/Cambridge, and Edinburgh). The event will also include talks from our key partner Universities – Glasgow, Bristol, Manchester, Sheffield, UCL and King’s College London. The Keynote presentation will be made by Professor Christian Kupatt, Associate Professor of Internal Medicine, University of Munich Medical.

Please find full programme and to register for please click here

Read more at: Cambridge Cardiovascular Seminars

Cambridge Cardiovascular Seminars

CAMBRIDGE CARDIOVASCULAR SEMINARS Seminars take place monthly, featuring a leading international speaker from the cardiovascular field and attracting an audience from around Cambridge and beyond. If you have someone in mind who you would like to invite to give a seminar, virtually or in person when...


Read more at: Cambridge Cardiovascular Annual Research Symposium 29 April 2021

Cambridge Cardiovascular Annual Research Symposium 29 April 2021

The Cambridge BHF Centre of Research Excellence and the Cardiovascular IRC have run a series of joint research symposia. These annual events are free to attend and open to all Cambridge Cardiovascular-area academic and clinical researchers. We host around 140 delegates across the University...


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