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2015 PublicHealth@Cambridge Network Showcase

When Jun 08, 2015
from 10:15 AM to 05:00 PM
Where Kaetsu Centre, Murray Edwards College
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Attendees Open to Cambridge University members.
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2015 PublicHealth@Cambridge Network showcase – registration open and abstracts invited


The 2015 PublicHealth@Cambridge Network showcase event is taking place on Monday 8th June at the Kaetsu Centre, Murray Edwards College. Registration is now open so that you can secure your free place at this event:

The day will include sessions on two of our themes – Big Data and Sustainability - as well as a keynote talk introduced by the Vice-Chancellor from Professor Dame Anne Johnson who leads the Academy of Medical Sciences Health of the Public 2040 project. The programme also includes a poster session during lunch, and a session of lightning talks – five minute talks by early/mid-career researchers to present key ideas from their work and the potential future impact it could have on health and well-being of the population, using two slides or less. Abstracts are now being invited for lightning talks and posters through our website at: The deadline for abstract submission is Monday 11th May.


Secure your place now for this exciting multidisciplinary networking event and please pass this message on to any colleagues who may also be interested. We look forward to welcoming you at the Showcase in June.


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