Annual Meeting of the
Association For Radiation Research 2021
12 -14 July 2021
An integrated virtual and face to face event
We are very pleased to invite you to the Association of Radiation Research meeting for 2021. As usual the meeting will include sessions covering the whole spectrum of radiation research from basic physics and chemistry through to clinical studies. It will be a great opportunity to hear from the experts and network with others in the field at the sessions and during our planned social events. Please note there will be specific support for attendance and involvement of Scientists in Training.
Dr Muriel Brengues - Institute of Cancer Research of Montpellier
Professor David Sebag-Montefiore - University of Leeds
Professor Steve Jackson - Gurdon Institute, Cambridge
Professor Thomas von Zglinicki - Newcastle University
Dr Steve Walters - National Nuclear Laboratory Limited
Registration is now open for both virtual and in person attendance, with rates offered for students, non-students, members and non-members.
ARR Member Virtual Attendance £150.00
Non Member Virtual Attendance £170.00
Student ARR Member Virtual Attendance £100.00
Student ARR Non-member Virtual Attendance £120.00
In Person Attendance
We are currently hoping to offer in-person attendance on the afternoon of Tuesday 13 July to lunchtime Wednesday 14 July, including the conference dinner at Aspire. In person attendance will be subject to restrictions in place at the time of the event. Please continue to check this site for updates
In person attendance and attendance at the conference dinner can be booked as an addition to your virtual event registration via the registration form.
In person attendance £120.00
Conference Dinner £70.00
Aging and radiation
Normal tissue radiobiology
Radiation protection, environmental exposure
AI in radiotherapy physics
Radiobiology/physics of re-treatment
The Annual Meeting of the Association for Radiation Research 2020 is organised on behalf of ARR by Professor Susan Short.
Professor Short is a clinical oncologist with a specialist research interest in treating adults with primary brain tumours. She trained at King’s College London and took up a post as Senior Lecturer at University College London in 2004, where she ran a translational research group as CRUK Clinician Scientist and Senior Fellow. She moved to Leeds in 2012 as professor of Clinical Oncology and Neuro-Oncology and currently leads the brain cancer research section at Leeds Institute of Cancer and Pathology.
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Monday 12 July
A.M. L H Gray Meeting (Online)
P.M. Keynote and Conference Sessions (Online)
Tuesday 13 July
A.M. Conference Sessions (Online)
P.M. Conference Sessions (In person and Online)
Wednesday 14 July
A.M. Conference Sessions (In person and Online)
P.M. Conference Sessions (Online)