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6TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON ADVANCES IN THE MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS OF BONE DISEASE

St Catherine’s College * | Oxford, UK
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Title: 6TH INTERNATIONAL WORKSHOP ON ADVANCES IN THE MOLECULAR PHARMACOLOGY & THERAPEUTICS OF BONE DISEASE
Specialty: , Endocrinology, Geriatrics
Dates: From Jun, 28, 2014 to Jul, 2, 2014
Location: Oxford, UK
Type: Workshop
Registration Cost: From 60 to 712 GBP
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We’re pleased to announce the dates for the next Oxford MolPharm Workshop.

For those who’ve attended before, you’ll know this means an exceptional meeting which combines cutting edge exciting science with a friendly and supportive atmosphere, and which encourages discussion and collaboration both in and out of the lecture theatre. Interaction between senior international scientists, clinicians and more junior researchers is particularly encouraged.

The next Workshop will take place on 28 June to 2 July 2014.

Some comments from previous attendees:

“A unique scientific conference in a unique setting.” 
“The entire conference was superb.” 
“I really learned a lot from the variety of talks and have to reconsider my work on the basis of some of the newer mechanisms presented.” 
“It's an excellent meeting and a great opportunity for interaction with the top people in the field.” 
“I think that the format and balance between academic, political and industrial topics was excellent. The diversity of research topics was also mind-expanding.” 
“I consider it absolutely essential to continue this meeting series, which provides a unique forum for fertile communication in an otherwise disparate group of researchers working on an area of great significance for health.”

You can see more about the 2012 meeting here.

As in previous years the European Calcified Tissue Society will organise a PhD Training Course immediately prior to the Workshop and we hope to be able to offer a number of free registration packages to Young Investigators.

Speakers/Faculty:

Bo Abrahamsen (Copenhagen, Denmark)
Tim Arnett (London, UK)
Illaria Bellantuono (Sheffield, UK)
Chas Bountra (Oxford UK)
Henry Bryant (Eli Lilly, Indianapolis, USA)
Alex Bullock (Oxford, UK)
Nessa Carey (London, UK)
Andy Carr (Oxford, UK)
Philippe Clézardin (Lyon, France)
Rob Coleman (Sheffield, UK)
Cyrus Cooper (Oxford & Southampton, UK) 
Tim Cundy (Auckland, New Zealand) 
Gordon Duff (Sheffield, UK)
Richard Eastell (Sheffield, UK) 
Hal Ebetino (Rochester, USA) 
Claire Edwards (Oxford, UK)
Erik Eriksen (Oslo, Norway)
Serge Ferrari (Geneva, Switzerland)
Lorie Fitzpatrick (GSK, Philadelphia, USA) 
Roger Francis (Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK) 
Francis Glorieux (Montreal, Canada) 
Andreas Grauer (Amgen, Thousand Oaks, USA) 
Ray Hohl (Terpenoid Therapeutics, Iowa, USA) 
David Hosking (Nottingham, UK)
Philippa Hulley (Oxford, UK)
Gordon Klein (Galveston, USA)
Stefan Knapp (Oxford, UK)
Michaela Kneissel (Basle, Switzerland) 
Gary Krishnan (Eli Lilly, Indianapolis, USA)
Jane Lian (Burlington, USA)
Cesar Libanati (Amgen, Thousand Oaks, USA) 
Ken Lyles (Durham, USA)
Jack Martin (Melbourne, Australia) 
Joan McGowan (NIAMS, Bethesda,  USA)
Charles McKenna (Los Angeles, USA)
Paul Miller (Colorado, USA)
Ralph Müller (Zurich, Switzerland)
Jeffrey Neighbors (Terpenoid Therapeutics, Iowa, USA)
Udo Oppermann (Oxford, UK)
Henrik Ørum (Santaris Pharma, Hørsholm, Denmark)
John Potts (Massachusetts, USA)
Jo Price
 (Bristol, UK)
Stuart Ralston (Edinburgh, UK) 
Ian Reid (Auckland, New Zealand) 
David Roodman (Indianapolis, USA) 
Cliff Rosen (Maine, USA)
Graham Russell (Oxford & Sheffield, UK)
Gudrun Stenbeck (London, UK)
Shuting Sun (BioVinc, USA)
Larry Suva (Little Rock, USA)
Peter Taylor (Oxford, UK) 
Raj Thakker (Oxford, UK) 
Tonia Vincent (Oxford, UK) 
Michael Whyte (St Louis, USA)
David Wiemer (Terpenoid Therapeutics, Iowa, USA)

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Oxford established itself as a centre of academic excellence in the thirteenth century, with the founding of its first three colleges and academic Halls. The University is the oldest in the UK, and forms the heart of a fascinating city. As well as a priceless heritage, modern Oxford offers a wide range of entertainments and shopping options, and within a short distance lie the Cotswolds, Stratford-on-Avon, home of William Shakespeare, and Blenheim Palace, birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill.

All scientific sessions will be held at St Catherine’s College, Manor Road, Oxford, UK.

St Catherine’s College founded in 1962, is one of Oxford’s newer colleges. Designed by Danish architect Arne Jacobsen, the College has a traditional layout in quadrangle style with gardens. Its situation and architecture make it a most successful conference venue.

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Travel

By air 
There are several major airports within 90 minutes of Oxford: London Heathrow, London Gatwick, Birmingham and Luton. Regular coaches and trains connect the airports with the city.

If you have a choice, we would recommend that you fly to London Heathrow as this is the most convenient for Oxford.

Bus transfers

Heathrow
Please see The Oxford Bus Company: The Airline for further details. Pick up the bus at the Central Bus Station Bay 14A for terminals 1, 2 or 3, or Terminal 5 Bay 11.  From Terminal 4 you can either go to the Central Bus Station or to Terminal 5 Bay 11.
Take the bus to Gloucester Green Bus Station in Oxford and a taxi from there to St Catherine’s College.
Fare - £23 one way, £29 return

Gatwick
Please see The Oxford Bus Company: The Airline for further details. Pick up the bus at the South Terminal Upper Forecourt or North Terminal Bay 4.
Take the bus to Gloucester Green Bus Station in Oxford and a taxi from there to St Catherine’s College.
Fare - £28 one way, £37 return

Train transfer
(Heathrow Express) service from Heathrow to London Paddington station. Passengers will have to transfer to another train and buy separate tickets from London Paddington to Oxford. Taxis are available at Oxford railway station.
The rail and bus journeys between Heathrow and Oxford take around the same time (approximately 1 hour), but rail is more expensive.

By train 
There are regular train services to Oxford from all parts of the country and from continental Europe via the EuroTunnel.

By road 
Oxford lies at the centre of a network of major roads and motorways. The M40 gives access to the West and Wales. There are regular bus and coach links, including all-night coaches to and from London. Journey time approximately 1 hour from London and from Birmingham.

Getting to St Catherine's College

For other detailed information about how to get to St Catherine's College rail, coach, car, or on foot, and a map pleasevisit the college website.

Car parking 
Some parking is available in the College car park.

Disabled access

Disabled access is available. It would be helpful if you could let Janet Crompton know in advance if you may require any special assistance during your stay in Oxford.

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Elaine Orchard , Registration Enquiries , European Calcified Tissue Society

Phone: 011-44-14-5354-6830

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