MMEG 2020 will be hosted by UEA and the John Innes Centre in Norwich. The dates are 7-8th December.This is a forum for early career researchers to present their data in front of a friendly and supportive audience and to network with each other and with more senior scientists.
Follow @mmeg2020 on twitter for updates.
Our keynote speakers will be:
Dr Philip Carella currently at the Sainsbury Lab in Cambridge and soon to start as a Group Leader at the John Innes Centre: https://www.slcu.cam.ac.uk/people/carella-philip
Dr Kirsten Bos of the Max Planck Institute for the Science of Human History: https://kirstenbos.ca
Registration details to follow but all the talks and lunch will be at the John Innes Centre
There is lots of good hotel accomodation available in Norwich city centre, some links below:
The Maids Head Hotel is the oldest hotel in Britain and is located in the historic Tombland district, next to our beautiful, 1000-year old Anglican Cathedral. Matthew Shardlake stayed here in CJ Sansom’s novel Tombland (set in 1549).