The 39th Annual UKEMS Conference - King's College London

Start date: 
26 Jun, 2016 to 29 Jun, 2016
Event Speaker: 
Keynote Lectures: Sir Michael Stratton (Hinston), Alan Lehmann (Bristol), Jos Kleinjans (Maastricht). Please see below for a full list of invited speakers.
More Information: 

The 39th Annual UKEMS conference to be held at King's College London is now fast approaching and will be held on Sunday 26th June until Wednesday 29th June. Full details of the conference can be found on the website including a detailed programme of the conference. 

UKEMS traditionally makes every effort to keep the registration fees for the annual conference as low as possible and promotes Young Scientist and New Investigators to showcase their work by short oral presentations or the poster sessions.PhD students are encouraged to participate. Registration fee for PhD students is only £150 for the full conference.

Keynote Lectures:

Sir Michael Stratton, Hinxton
Alan Lehmann, Brighton
Jos Kleinjans, Maastricht, The Netherlands

UK Molecular Epidemiology Group Session – Exposomics:
Paolo Vineis, London
Nicole Probsch-Hensch, Basel, Switzerland
George Preston, London
John Gulliver, London
Augustin Scalbert, Lyon, France
Christina Villanueva, Barcelona, Spain

Causes of Mutational Signatures:
Peter Campbell, Hinxton
Steve Jackson, Cambridge
Bettina Meier, Dundee
Serena Nik-Zainal, Cambridge
Jill Kucab, London

Particle-induced Lung Inflammation and Genotoxicity
Frank Kelly, London
Martin Leonard, Harwell
Ian Jarvis, London
Ian Mudway, London
Chang Guo, Harwell
Terry Tetley, London
Andrew Thorley, London

Transgenic Mouse Models to Elucidate Pathways of Mutagenicity and Carcinogenicity:
Paul White, Ottawa, Canada
Mirjam Luijten, Bilthoven, The Netherlands
Volker Arlt, London

Risk Assessment and Regulatory Decision-making Based in Quantitative Analysis of Genetic Toxicology:
Wout Slob, Bilthoven, The Netherlands
George Johnson, Swansea
James Harvey, Herts

UK Industrial Genotoxicity Group Session:
Vasily Dobrovolsky, Jefferson, USA
Ann Doherty, Cambridge
Paul Fowler, Sharnbrook
Carol Beevers, Harrogate