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Dr Francisco Molina-Holgado to chair international symposium

Dr Francisco Molina-Holgado will chair the “Brain repair and Cannabinoid Signalling” symposium on 26 June.

Posted: 19 June 2013

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 Dr Francisco Molina-Holgado
This mini event forms part of the 5th Conference on advances in molecular mechanisms underlying neurological disorders being held at the University of Bath on 23-26 June.

Dr Molina-Holgado will speak about the neuroimmune interactions of cannabinoids in neurogenesis. The programme includes a number of plenary lectures, symposia and mini-symposia with talks from world-leading scientists as well as poster sessions, and opportunities for oral presentations selected from among the submitters of abstracts.

This is a joint conference between the Biochemical Society and European Society for Neurochemistry. The British Pharmacology Society is supporting the symposium ‘Brain Repair and Cannabinoid Signalling’.

For more details about the conference visit their website.

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