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The forthcoming 9th Annual UK & Ireland Early Career Blood Brain Barrier Symposium will be held at Open University, Milton Keynes on Friday the 22nd of November 2019. This meeting provides an opportunity for early career researchers to present their research on the bar...

The forthcoming BBB Symposium will be hosted by the

University of Oxford on Friday the 30th of November 2018. 

The meeting flyer is available as a download.

This meeting will provide a unique platform for early career BBB

researchers to present their newest find...

Postdoctoral Research Associate 

University of Liverpool - Faculty of Health and Life Sciences - Institute of Translational Medicine

Location:Liverpool

Salary:£33,518 per annum. Grade 7

Hours:Full Time

Contract Type:Fixed-Term/Contract

Placed on:6th December 2017

Closes:4th J...

This meeting will provide a unique platform for early career BBB researchers to present their newest findings in both presentation and poster format.

Initial details of the forthcoming BBB Symposium 2017 have been confirmed as follows:


Hosted by: Professor Geoff Pilkin...

September 28, 2016

Dear Colleagues

 We are pleased to invite you to Dublin on the 25th November 2016 to participate in the 6th annual UK & Ireland Early BBB symposium which will take place in the Genetics Department at Trinity College Dublin (http://www.bbbsymposium.com).

Th...

Thank you for everyone that voted for the location of the 2016 meeting of the UK & Ireland Early Career Blood-Brain Barrier society. The symposium will be held in Dublin at Trinity College on the 25th November. The symposium will be hosted by Dr Matthew Campbell who is...

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I have now added a blog section to the BBB Symposium website. The idea is that the blog will contain recent research findings concerning the BBB and also other news such as job opportunities. Please contact me directly if you have any content that you would like to be...

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Dr David Dickens

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The Wolfson Centre for Personalised Medicine

Department of  Pharmacology

University of Liverpool 

 

Email: david.dickens@liverpool.ac.uk

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