Why not meet Oxford Genetics at an event near you? We are always lead speakers at major
global events and conferences with the aim to share our ground-breaking discoveries
as well as looking to work with interesting new partners.
04 - 07 September, Boston
The CAR-TCR Summit is the only dedicated, end-to-end summit focused on accelerating to market the next generation of potent, safe and efficacious CAR-TCR therapies.
25 - 28 September, Boston
The event brings forth current and emerging “hot” targets, technologies and validation strategies for the development of novel small molecules and biologics.
01 - 03 October, San Francisco
SynBioBeta 2018 is the premier industry networking event for biological engineers, entrepreneurs, innovators and investors who share a passion for engineering biology to build a better, more sustainable universe.
16 - 19 October, Lausanne
ESGCT organises an Annual Congress, which brings together scientists working in the fields of gene and cell therapy from throughout Europe and beyond.
25 - 26 October, London
Over 250 delegates representing leading biotech companies, global pharma organisations and internationally renowned academic institutions.
06 - 07 November, Fargo
The event brings the best minds in biotech together to share knowledge, collaborate and discuss the advances in gene and cell therapy and gene editing. Learn about novel developments in gene therapy to treat cancer.
20 - 22 November, Edinburgh
The conference goes from strength to strength and 2017 saw over 285 delegates from 160 leading organisations attend to hear the latest news/updates and developments within the manufacturing and biologics arena.
23 November, London
The aim of the British Society for Gene and Cell Therapy is to accelerate scientific progress and promote ethical and efficient transfer of gene- and cell-based technologies from the laboratory into the clinic.
09 - 13 December, San Diego
The Antibody Engineering and Therapeutics Exhibit Hall will give you the opportunity to find the technologies and services you need to accelerate research, discovery efforts and clinical program.