British Meiosis Meeting 2022

British Meiosis Meeting 2022

BMM2022 The British Meiosis Meeting 2022 will take place in the Henry Wellcome Building at the University of Leicester 3rd/4th May (campus map). This will be an opportunity for early career researchers such as PhD students and post-docs to present their results as well for the community to come together and discuss the latest developments in meiosis. The structure will be the same as in previous years, so the first day of talks will occur in the afternoon (~1pm-5pm) of 3rd May and then will recommence in the morning of 4th May (~9am-12pm).

 

Due to the uncertainties surrounding COVID such as new variants and potential restrictions, the meeting will be organised with a light touch to minimise potential mitigations. Therefore, there will not be a registration fee, so anyone with an interest in meiosis will have the flexibility to attend. There will not be a prebooked evening meal, but if there are no restrictions then we will book local restaurants. We will provide poster boards with the aim to provide refreshments during breaks and encourage mixing of delegates. Even though there will not be a registration fee, we will need potential attendees to reply to the email address: bmm2020@leicester.ac.uk, to get an idea of numbers. For those that would like to give a talk, please email bmm2020@leicester.ac.uk with your title, name (+ contributors) and abstract by the 28th February so that a panel can decide on the program.

 

We would also thank the support from our sponsors.

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Department of Genetics
University of Leicester

Adrian Building
University Road
Leicester
LE1 7RH
United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)116 252 3374
E Mail: genetics@le.ac.uk

Head of Department
Professor Jacqui Shaw

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