Platelet Society First Full Annual Meeting

12th – 13th September 2019
Jesus College, Cambridge

With speakers from across the whole spectrum of platelet science, lots of opportunities to present your ground-breaking work, first-class facilities, and dining in the 15th century hall. Join us.

Click the links below for details of the meeting, venue, confirmed speakers, directions, abstract submission form and our sponsors and to register. You can also save money on the Registration Fees by joining the Society.

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  • Chiara Pallini, PhD student

    Chiara Pallini, PhD student

    Birmingham Platelet Group, University of Birmingham
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  • Abdullah Khan, PhD student

    Abdullah Khan, PhD student

    Birmingham Platelet Group, University of Birmingham
  • Gagan D Flora, PhD Student

    Gagan D Flora, PhD Student

    Institute for Cardiovascular and Metabolic Research, University of Reading
  • Gagan D Flora, PhD Student

    Gagan D Flora, PhD Student

    Institute for Cardiovascular and Metabolic Research, University of Reading
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It's been a week since the First Platelet Society Meeting in Cambridge, and I'm sure you're all eager to see the group photo from the conference, well you're in luck, here it is! #platelets #networking #research

It was an honour to welcome you all to @JesusCollegeCam for the first ever full meeting of the Platelet Society. We hope that you had a great meeting, enjoyed the excellent science and meeting friends and colleagues.

Thanks to everyone who attend the 1st Platelet Society Meeting in Cambridge. The meeting was brought to a close by Prof Richard Farndale, who gave the Gustav Born Memorial Lecture & a fitting tribute to Prof Born; Prof Born's daughter, Carey, presented Prof Farndale with a plaque

We are pleased that Carey, Prof Gus Born's daughter, could attend the meeting. Here she is standing next to an aggregometer; Gus Born’s innovative research led to the development of this pioneering device, which opened up the field of platelet research. #Platelets @LabmedicsUK

The conference is flying by, we've just had our last coffee break where registrants are making the most of the poster time! Next oral session is "Reaching out (to other cells)".

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