Postgraduate Interdisciplinary Conference on Fertility, Pregnancy & Development
Funded by the University Graduate College
Thursday 23rd May, 13:45 – 17:30
Cardiff University Graduate Centre, Room 3.19
ABOUT THE EVENT
The network aims to highlight research being carried out by postgraduate students at any university within subject areas related to fertility, pregnancy and development, with an emphasis on promoting collaboration between academic schools and universities.
The network will provide the opportunity to establish research contacts, to gain an understanding of other research techniques used to study these subject areas and to create better communication between lab and hospital based research groups in order to encourage high quality translational research. Additionally, there will be opportunities for members to present and receive feedback on their research in a friendly environment.
A detailed programme of speakers will be available closer to the date. For more information, please see our webpage: http://sites.cardiff.ac.uk/fpdresearchnetwork/.
Attendance at the meeting is free, but registration is required. To reserve your place at the meeting or for general enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Also, if you are unable to attend this meeting but would like to join the research network for details of future meetings, please email us.
WHO CAN ATTEND?
The conference will be aimed at postgraduates from Cardiff University. Currently, there are a number of schools conducting research within fertility, pregnancy and development including School of Biosciences, Medicine, Psychology and Nursing & Midwifery Studies. Both those currently researching or with an interest in one or more of the subject areas are invited to attend.
In order to foster inter-university links, funding is also available to invite two external postgraduate speakers from neighbouring universities with an interest in one of the subject areas.
Non-postgraduates: Postgraduate supervisors and lecturers are welcome to attend the conference. In addition, a small number of final year undergraduate students studying relevant modules are invited to attend.
The conference programme will be available shortly.
Attendance at this event is free, but registration is required. To reserve your place at the conference, please email Jensenab1@cardiff.ac.uk.
If you have any questions about the conference, please do not hesitate to contact Anna Jensen at Jensenab1@cardiff.ac.uk.
DIRECTIONS AND TRAVEL INFORMATION
Directions to the conference venue can be found here.
Anna Jensen, Cardiff School of Biosciences
Gráinne Mc namara, Cardiff School of Medicine
Bethan Fulford and Christine Pinkard, Cardiff School of Psychology