Programme for Nottingham 2002

The programme of activities for the Nottingham 2002 meeting in the UK MMSG series.

Monday 9th September

08:45
Registration (Foyer, Pope Building)
09:30
Opening Address (C16 Pope): Professor Paul O'Shea (School of Biomedical Sciences, University of Nottingham)
09:45
Presentation of Problems (C16, Pope Building)
12:45
Lunch (Foyer, Pope Building)
14:00
Presentation of Problems and Group Formation
15:00
Invited lecture (C16, Pope): Professor Jenny Southgate (York)
Modelling opportunities in urothelium
18:30
Dinner for Residential Participants (Hugh Stewart Hall)
20:00
Reception (Hugh Stewart Hall)

Tuesday 10th September

09:00
Group Work
11:30
Invited Lecture (C16, Pope): Professor James Keener (Utah)
The mechanism of fibrillation onset following a heart attack
12:45
Lunch (Foyer, Pope Building)
13:45
Group Work
19:30
Dinner for Residential Participants (Hugh Stewart Hall)

Wednesday 11th September

09:00
Group Work
12:45
Lunch (Foyer, Pope Building)
13:45
Group Work
16:30
Preliminary Progress Reports (B13, Maths/Physics Building)
19:30
Dinner for Residential Participants (Hugh Stewart Hall)

Thursday 12th September

09:00
Group Work
12:45
Lunch (Foyer, Pope Building)
13:45
Group Work
16:30
Invited Lecture (C16, Pope): Dr Jonathan Bard (Edinburgh)
Bioinformatics is more than gene sequences
17:30
Group Work
19:30
Study Group Dinner (residential and non-residential participants welcome: Hugh Stewart Hall)

Friday 13th September

09:00
Final Reports (B13, Maths/Physics Building)
12:45
Lunch (Foyer, Pope Building)
14:00
Meeting Ends