Thursday 22 March 2018, 10.00AM
The meeting will be held on Thursday 22nd and Friday 23rd March 2018
Location: Department of Chemistry
Welcome to the Royal Society of Chemistry Analytical Biosciences Group Early Career Researcher Meeting (ECRM2018) at the University of York. The meeting aims to engage early career researchers in debate and discussions about all areas of analytical biosciences, and provide the opportunity to network with other researchers in the field.
Plenary speakers will begin each session with an exciting founding perspective and vision of a technique, followed by peer-reviewed papers from early career researchers. Together, this will provide an overview of current research into new technologies and applications.
We aim to give delegates a broad overview of the current state of the art for analytical techniques, with detailed examples of their applications in biosciences. As such, each contribution will aim to demonstrate the quality and value of each methodology.
Meeting Schedule: ECRM Schedule (PDF , 232kb)
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Registration is open to anyone with an interest in analytical biosciences! Registration costs include abstract book, coffee and lunch breaks for the two days, and a wine reception and informal conference dinner on the Thursday evening.
The deadlines for abstract submission have now passed. For late registrations, please contact email@example.com directly
Students are encouraged to take advantage of the numerous bursary schemes offered by the RSC if required.
|Early bird registration deadline||2 February 2018|
|Oral abstracts and poster abstracts deadline||23 February 2018|
Standard registration deadline
2 March 2018
Adrian Charlton, Food and Environment Research Agency, United Kingdom
Julie Evans, Forensic Toxicologist, Alere Forensics, United Kingdom
Sarah Fiddyment, University of York, United Kingdom
Kate Groves, Research analyst, LCG, United Kingdom
Nick Tucker, University of Strathclyde, United Kingdom
Blanaid White, Dublin City University, Ireland
Robert Bowles, Royal Society of Chemistry Careers Specialist
Careers workshop and panel discussion, CV clinics available to RSC members.
The ECRM conference is organised by the Analytical Biosciences Group, Royal Society of Chemistry.
The local organising committee are:
For further information, please contact: Kirsty.firstname.lastname@example.org
You can also follow the analytical biosciences group on Twitter for news about the meeting: @RSC_ABG
The Department of Chemistry is located on the main university campus, located to the southeast of the city of York.
York is easily accessible by rail, being located on the mainline between London and Edinburgh. By road, both the city and university are well linked to the M1 via the A64.
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York has a wealth of accommodation options, ranging from small B&Bs to luxury hotels. The following budget hotels are ideal for access to the Department of Chemistry: