30th UK Adhesion Meeting
20/21 September 2018
Cell Adhesion in the regulation of cell behaviour
University College London
The UK Cell Adhesion Society (formerly known as UK Adhesion Society) is a forum created in 1996 by leukocyte and endothelial cell biologists with the aim of promoting discussion and exchange of ideas on the role of adhesion molecules and intercellular interactions in all the aspects of adhesive responses relevant to physiology and pathophysiology including cell trafficking, immunology, cancer cell biology and angiogenesis. Joining the Society is free (click here).
The Society holds an annual scientific meeting in the UK usually in the autumn alternating between Birmingham and London in order to reflect the diversity of participants from all over the country. The meeting consists of talks from invited guest speakers as well as young scientists selected from submitted abstracts. There is also a poster session and some time for socialising to allow direct interactions and discussion between participants. Info for the forthcoming meeting, please click here.
The UK Cell Adhesion Society has always had strong links with other European Adhesion Societies, and regular joint symposiums take place with our German, Dutch and Italian colleagues.
We are looking forward to seeing you at our forthcoming meeting.
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