Events you might be interested in, what is coming up in 2014?

Our team here at CiteAb likes to keep track of the relevant events taking place around the world, and even when we can’t join them in person we enjoy following discussions on Twitter.

We thought you might like to see the list of events we have for the first quarter of 2014, and where possible we’ve included Twitter hashtags or accounts to follow, to help you engage with them.

If there are any key events we’ve missed here make sure you let us know, either post in the comments below or send us a tweet @CiteAb.

January

Antibody-Drug Conjugates: An emerging modality for the treatment of cancer
28 Jan 2014
Symposium in New York, USA

February

Investigation of glutamate receptors using immunochemical techniques
5 Feb 2014
Free webinar
Follow @abcam on Twitter

Keystone Symposia: Prophylactic and Therapeutic Antibodies
9 Feb – 14 Feb
Symposium in Colorado, USA
Follow @KeystoneSymp on Twitter

Keystone Symposia: Biology of B Cell Responses
9 Feb – 14 Feb
Conference in Colorado
Follow @KeystoneSymp on Twitter

The Immunology of Ageing
24 Feb 2014
Conference in London, UK
Follow @EuroSciCon on Twitter

4th Biosimilars Congregation 2013
26 Feb 2014 – 27 Feb 2014
Conference in London
Follow @Virtue_Insight or the hashtag #Biosimilars

March

Advances in Microarray Technology
10 March 2014 – 11 March 2014
Conference in Berlin, Germany
Follow @SelectBio on Twitter, or the hashtag #microarray

British Societies for Cell Biology and Developmental Biology Joint Meeting
16 March – 19 March
Conference in Warwick
Follow @Official_BSCB on Twitter, or the hashtag #BSCBBSDB

Antibody Biology and Engineering
22 March – 28 March 2014
Conference in Barga, Italy
Follow @GordonConf on Twitter

Development and Validation of Bioanalytical Assays for Biologics: Quantification (PK) and Immunology Assays
31 March – 1 April 2014
Course in Berlin, Germany

April

American Association for Cancer Research Annual Meeting 2014
5 April – 9 April
Conference in San Diego, USA
Follow @AACR on Twitter, or the hashtag #AACR14

 

We hope this list is useful to you, as we said, feel free to add to it using the comments below. You can also follow us on Twitter at @CiteAb, and we’ll tweet updates about any other events we hear about.

– Matt and The CiteAb team

 

 


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