The programme is led by a faculty of international leaders from academia and industry, who will describe recent advances in drug discovery and the molecular mechanisms underlying current and future therapies for diseases of bone and the musculoskeletal system. The meetings are highly acclaimed not only for their scientific quality, but … Read More...
7th International Workshop on the Molecular Pharmacology and Therapeutics of Bone and other Musculoskeletal Diseases
2-5 July 2016, Oxford, UK Reviewing the latest in the discovery of novel therapies for bone and other musculoskeletal … Continue Reading…
This is a residential conference and the meeting package includes bed and breakfast accommodation on campus and dinner on each night. St Catherine’s is a compact campus close to the city centre. All bedrooms include private bathrooms and are a few metres walk from the lecture theatres and dining hall. Day delegate rates are available … Read More...
Exhibition and Sponsorship
The workshop should be of interest to all scientists involved in drug discovery and the pharmacology of bone and related tissues, as well as to clinical scientists involved in translating this new knowledge into clinical practice for the benefit of patients with bone and joint diseases, including osteoporosis, Paget’s disease, inflammation, arthritis and cancer as […]
Excellent interactions with young investigators, academic researchers, clinicians and scientists from pharma in a unique environment.
I consider it absolutely essential to continue this meeting series, which provides a unique forum for fertile communication in an otherwise disparate group of researchers working on an area of great significance for health.
I think that the format and balance between academic, political and industrial topics was excellent. The diversity of research topics was also mind-expanding.
It's an excellent meeting and a great opportunity for interaction with the top people in the field.
I really learned a lot from the variety of talks and have to reconsider my work on the basis of some of the newer mechanisms presented.
In association with the European Calcified Tissue Society