East African Research in Progress, registration open!

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Friday, 29 September 2017 (All day) to Sunday, 1 October 2017 (All day)

Please join us for our first East African research in progress meeting, which we hope will be the first of many. We encourage anyone with research in progress to come along to this event.  It will be a great opportunity to showcase your work, to get advice from some very experienced researchers and professionals, and have a chance to meet other researchers from the region, and beyond.

Venue: Kilimanjaro Christian Medical University College (KCMUC), Moshi, Tanzania 

Registration is now open!

Registration is now open and a draft programme is available to download for your information. We will continue to add to the programme over the coming the summer. 

Abstract submission closed

Abstract submission for this event has closed, we would like to thank everyone who submitted an abstract, we were inundated with submissions.  

 

 

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