Research into limb development encompasses the full variety of themes and organisms which comprise developmental Biology, including evolution, genomics, patterning,, regeneration, mathematical biology and human genetic disorders. The ‘Limb Meeting’ has been a biennial meeting for over 50 years and attracts speakers from around the world with a shared interest in this wide range of subjects. The meeting in Edinburgh July 2017 aims to bring together these researchers and, with the addition of a clinical workshop, also introduce leading limb surgeons, geneticists and clinicians.
A meeting to bring together international researchers with an interest in limb developmental biology and regeneration and leading limb surgeons, geneticists and clinicians.
Organising committee- Neil Vargesson (Aberdeen University) Malcolm Logan (King’s College, London) Megan Davey (Roslin Institute, Edinburgh) Laura Lettice (MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh).
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Attendance at the Clinical Workshop (Wednesday) carries with it 6 hours of CPD from the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh (Recognition number: RCSEd01856)
Registration for the meeting is now closed- but should you still wish to attend, please email email@example.com and we’ll do our best to assist you with a ‘day rate’ only package.
Should you with to book accommodation, please visit the Edinburgh First website.
By quoting promotion code: CONF17, you will receive 15% off accommodation at Pollock Halls. Payment is taken at time of booking.
14th International Conference on Limb Development and Regeneration
John McIntyre Conference Centre
18 Holyrood Park Road