AIMday (Academic Industry Meeting Day) Gene & Cell Therapy

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AIMday (Academic Industry Meeting Day) Gene & Cell Therapy

When: 16 March (10:00 – 16:00 h)

Where: University of Cambridge, School of Clinical Medicine, Cambridge Biomedical Campus

Are you an academic/clinician interested in finding out how your knowledge and experience can be used to help solving industry challenges in gene and cell therapies? Would you like to expand your network and find out how your research complements others and creates opportunities for collaboration and innovation? It’s all about exploring solutions.

Organized by the Office of Translational Research (OTR), this AIMday event provides an excellent opportunity for academics to network with industry representatives and researchers across disciplines to discuss common interests in gene & cell therapy. Challenges/questions posed by participating organisations set the stage for one-hour roundtable discussions with groups of relevant academics and clinicians affiliated with the University of Cambridge / Cambridge University Health Partners. One question, one hour for discussion, one group of experts!

FREE registration is now open and closes on 15 February! Simply review the list of questions submitted and register selecting the ones you wish to contribute to (up to four). We’ll do our best to accommodate choices as best we can. Please note, advance registration for selected questions is essential for participation.

For further information, please visit the event website.

Posted on 06/02/2023