The 25th Workshop of the International Stroke Genetics Consortium, hosted by Clinical Neurosciences, University of Cambridge & Nuffield Department of Population Health, University of Oxford, will be held on 10-12th April 2019 at Queens’ College, Cambridge.
Please see here for event brochure for further details on all aspects of the workshop.
Please see here for the final programme.
The workshop promises to be a very exciting two days with some excellent speakers. It will be held in the beautiful surrounding of Queens’ College, in the centre of Cambridge, with conference dinners on 11th April in the Old Hall of Queens’ College and on 12th April in Clare College.
ISGC Working Groups meetings will be held on 10th April with the full meeting on the 11 and 12th April.
There is accommodation available on site – to book, visit https://www.queens.cam.ac.uk/conferences/conference/accommodation with conference code KX35409.
There will be updates on the latest stroke genetics research including sessions on large-scale biobanks, using genetics to identify novel drug targets, and identifying causal risk factors for stroke, as well as updates from ISGC working groups across the whole spectrum of stroke genetics research.
Registration is now closed.
We encourage submission of abstracts on any aspect of stroke genetics research. These will be reviewed by the ISGC steering committee and there will be spaces for both oral presentations and posters. You can submit abstracts by logging in to the website, selecting the “ISGC Workshop” tab, and pressing “Submit Abstract”. If you have any questions please contact BEMONTGOMERY@mgh.harvard.edu
Abstracts should be submitted by 1st March 2019.