London Fly Meeting

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The London Fly Meeting (LFM) is organised by ''Drosophila'' researchers in London and the South East and provides a forum for participants to present and discuss their work with other Drosophilists. Meetings are held monthly (on the third Wednesday of each month) at the Cancer Research UK London Research Institute [http://www.mapquest.co.uk/mq/maps/mapAddress.do?cboCountry=GB&txtAddress=44%20Lincoln%27s%20Inn%20Fields&txtCity=London&txtPostcode=WC2A%203&txtLatitude=51.51566&txtLongitude=-0.11578 see map link]. The nearest tube stop to the CRUK LRI is Holborn.<BR>
The London Fly Meeting (LFM) is organised by ''Drosophila'' researchers in London and the South East and provides a forum for participants to present and discuss their work with other Drosophilists. Meetings are held monthly (on the third Wednesday of each month) at the Cancer Research UK London Research Institute [http://www.mapquest.co.uk/mq/maps/mapAddress.do?cboCountry=GB&txtAddress=44%20Lincoln%27s%20Inn%20Fields&txtCity=London&txtPostcode=WC2A%203&txtLatitude=51.51566&txtLongitude=-0.11578 see map link]. The nearest tube stop to the CRUK LRI is Holborn.<BR>
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Guest speakers are also invited on an ''ad hoc'' basis.
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Guest speakers are also invited on an ad hoc basis.
LFM participants also organise highly successful [http://lfm2008.org.uk bi-annual meetings].
LFM participants also organise highly successful [http://lfm2008.org.uk bi-annual meetings].

Revision as of 12:09, 17 March 2009

The London Fly Meeting (LFM) is organised by Drosophila researchers in London and the South East and provides a forum for participants to present and discuss their work with other Drosophilists. Meetings are held monthly (on the third Wednesday of each month) at the Cancer Research UK London Research Institute see map link. The nearest tube stop to the CRUK LRI is Holborn.

Guest speakers are also invited on an ad hoc basis.

LFM participants also organise highly successful bi-annual meetings.

The LFM is sponsored by the Genetics Society.

The current LFM organisers are:
Joe Bateman (KCL)
Nic Tapon (CRUK)
David Ish-Horowicz (CRUK)

Enquiries should be sent to Joe Bateman (joseph_matthew.bateman@kcl.ac.uk)

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