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The Physiological Society: Epithelia and Smooth Muscle Interactions in Health and Disease
from the 11th of December until the 13th at the Convention Centre Dublin
Ireland is proud to represent the Physiological Society Meeting with the topic: Epithelia and Smooth Muscle Interactions in Health and Disease at the Convention Centre in Dublin. This event is going to offer several informative speeches and plenary discussions within the three days. Each morning after the registration at 8 o’clock speeches will commence. On the first day there will be for example a speech by Kim Dora from the Oxford University in the UK about Endotheliumdependent control of arterial diameter at 10 am. After the lunch break, there will be another speech by Wouter De Jonge from the University Antwerp in Belgium about Intestinal mast cells in gut inflammation and motility disturbance at 1.30 pm. This is just a small selection of speeches that are going to be held on the first day. On the second and third day guest speakers include Deborah Baines from the St Georges Medical School in the UK, Peter Howarth from University of Southampton in the UK who is going to talk about the Effect of bronchoconstriction on airway remodelling in asthma, Emmanuelle Brochiero from the Centre hospitalier de l’Université de Montréal in Canada and many more. So if you are interested this meeting is going to be a must for you.
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