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Tuesday 20 June

A half-day pre-meeting for early career post-docs and students providing an opportunity for them to present and interact informally.

Provisional timetable

1030-1150 Arrival and registration
1150-1200 Welcome to pre-meeting - Professor Tonia Vincent
1200-1245 Keynote address
Professor Sir John Bell, University of Oxford
1245-1345 Sandwich lunch and networking
1345 Speed presentations
1415 Selected oral presentation 1
1430 Selected oral presentation 2
1445 Selected oral presentation 3
1500 Speed presentations
1530-1630 Tea and poster session
1630 Selected oral presentation 4
1645 Selected oral presentation 5
1700 Selected oral presentation 6
1715 Selected oral presentation 7
1745-1845 'Inspired Careers guest speaker
Professor Luke O'Neill, University of Dublin
1930 Informal buffet dinner in Pembroke College quad

Wednesday 21 June

A one-day symposium with 8 world-class speakers.

0845

Tonia Vincent

Welcome and introduction

0900

Session 1 – Chair: Stefan Kluzek, Oxford

0905

Bill Robinson

Stanford

 

Is OA an inflammatory disease?!

0945

Session 2 – Chair: Fiona Watt, Oxford

0950

Nigel Arden

University of Oxford

OA; can we identify who we treat?

1030

Poster session and coffee break – Harold Lee Room

1115

Session 3 – Chair: Francesco Dell’Accio, QMUL

1120

Frank Luyten

Leuven

 

Early OA; moving forward?

1200

Session 4 – Chair: David Walsh, Nottingham

1205

Anne-Marie Malfait

Rush University

 

Modelling pain mechanisms in experimental OA

1245

Lunch – Dining Hall

1400

Session 5 – Chair: James Edwards, Oxford

1405

Carl Johan Sundberg

Karolinska Institute

 

Physical activity and ageing: implications for OA

1445

Session 6 – Chair: Louise Reynard, Newcastle

1450

Ele Zeggini

Sanger Institute, Cambridge

Genetics and OA; what has it taught us?

1530

Break – Harold Lee Room

1600

Session 7 – Chair: Linda Troeberg, Oxford

1605

Tim Hardingham

University of Manchester

Historical perspective: Matrix Revolutions!

1645

Session 8 – Chair: Graham Russell, Oxford and Sheffield

1650

Gordon Duff

Principal, St Hilda’s Oxford

 

How to develop new medicines!

1800

Drinks reception

1930

Dinner – Dining Hall