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Development of vaccines and immunotherapies against human papillomaviruses, the cause of cervical cancer

Please join us on 15th March 2012 for an evening lecture with Professor Margaret Stanley.

The development of vaccines and immunotherapies against human papillomaviruses, the cause of cervical cancer.
Woodlegh Seminar Room, Strathaird, Lucy Cavendish College, 15th March,  6-7pm.
Followed by Formal Hall (cost £21). Please contact Jenny Koenig (jk111 at cam.ac.uk) if you would like to attend. Book early as places are limited.

Professor Stanley is Professor of Epithelial Biology in the University of Cambridge.  Her research focuses on mechanisms of host defence and the development of vaccines and immunotherapies against human papillomaviruses, the cause of cervix cancer.  She will also discuss the current vaccination programme for girls.

For more information please see here

Venue: Woodlegh Seminar Room, Strathaird, Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge.

Organised in conjunction with Cambridge Science Festival, this talk is free to attend but places will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis so please arrive in good time to avoid disappointment.

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  1. This should be a superb talk – this transcript from the naked scientist interview with Margaret Stanley emphasises the potential impact of the HPV vaccination programme on the next generation of women
    http://www.thenakedscientists.com/HTML/content/interviews/interview/1335/

    February 15, 2012

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