MILNER THERAPEUTICS SYMPOSIUM 2021
Tuesday 22nd June, Online
Milner Therapeutics Symposium 2021
Thank you for attending the 2021 Milner Therapeutics Symposium. Video recordings of all sessions are now available on the Symposium platform and can be accessed using the login credentials that you received before the event.
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This one-day online event was an opportunity for scientists from academia and industry to discuss their latest research and its potential to be applied in pharma and biotech towards new treatments.
Information for Attendees
Video recordings of all sessions are now available on the Symposium platform and can be accessed using the login credentials that you received before the event. If you attended the live event or have viewed the presentation videos, you can send us your anonymous feedback here.
Posters from academia and industry are also available for on-demand viewing, as are overviews and videos from our affiliates.
Content on the Symposium platform will be available for on-demand viewing until August.
Oncology · CNS therapeutics · Microbiome · Emerging technologies · Disease-relevant models in target discovery
David Liu (Harvard) · Jeff Settleman (Pfizer) · Charles Swanton (The Francis Crick Institute and Achilles Therapeutics) · Nevan Krogan (UCSF) · Fiona Menzies (Eli Lilly and Company) · Virginia Pedicord (Cambridge Institute of Therapeutic Immunology and Infectious Disease) · Kostas Tzelepis (Milner Therapeutics Institute) · Marcel Gehrung (Cyted) · Joo-Hyeon Lee (Wellcome MRC Cambridge Stem Cell Institute)
You can find out more about our speakers further down this page.
Posters from both academia and industry can be viewed on the Symposium platform.
Affiliate Overviews and Videos
Speakers & Sessions
Panel Session: The Cambridge cluster: now and the future
Session 1: Cambridge and business … How can we work together?
Session 2: Cambridge and business… how can we deliver?