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Why Choose SLTB?

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Scientific meeting

The next SLTB meeting is going to be celebrated in Seville, Spain and it is being organized by Prof. Ramón Risco and Dr. Ariadna Corral, from the University of Seville.

Cell Therapy Workshop

A workshop on Cell Therapy has been organized by Stem Cell User Group (SCUG), from the UK, and Andalusian Initiative for Advanced Therapies, from the regional Ministry of Health.

Activities

During the meeting, we will visit the facilities of the Engineering School of Seville (ETSI) and National Centre of Accelerators (CNA). We are also planning an exciting city tour on Saturday (5th October).

Scientific meeting and Workshop Registration

Early registration: Until 31st May
Early registration: Until 31st July
Deadline: 31st August

Abstract Submission

Start date: 01 April
Deadline: 31st July
Deadline: 31st August

Become an SLTB member

To get updated through our newsletter and enjoy multiple benefits, such as meeting fees discounts and apply for travel awards, become a SLTB member. More information here (www.sltb.info/membership/).

VENUE: "RECTORADO" building

Paraninfo, University of Seville
C/ San Fernando 4, 41004, Seville, Spain

3-4 Oct 19: Scientific Meeting

2 Oct 19: Cell Therapy Workshop
5 Oct 19: Sevilla City Tour

Registration Dates and Fees

Early registration: Until 31st May
Deadline: 31st August

Coffee and Lunch

Included in the registration fees and for the day of the workshop

Who's Speaking?

Global Grand Event on Cryobiology

Prof. Christiani A. Amorim
Prof. Christiani A. Amorim
Brussels, Belgium
Prof. Barry Fuller
Prof. Barry Fuller
London, United Kingdom
Birgit Glasmacher
Dr.-Ing. Birgit Glasmacher
Hannover, Germany
Estefania Paredes Rosendo
Dr. Estefania Paredes
Vigo, España
Prof. Christiani A. Amorim
Prof. Dr. Glyn N Stacey
Barley, Hertfordshire
United Kingdom
Dr. Peter Kilbride
Dr. Peter Kilbride
Cambridge, United Kingdom
Prof. Elena Gonzalez
Prof. Elena Gonzalez
Madrid, Spain
Prof. Clare Selden
Prof. Clare Selden
London, United Kingdom
Dr. Miguel Gallardo
Dr. Miguel Gallardo
Lisbon, Portugal
Dr. Zuzana Holubcova
Dr. Zuzana Holubcova
Brno, Czech Republic
Dr. Juan Hernandez-Medrano
Dr. Juan Hernandez-Medrano
Nottingham University
United Kingdom

How to arrive?

How to get there

How to get there by Plane?

While the best form of travel in Spain is often actually bus or train rather than domestic flight, arriving from other places in Europe will be easiest achieved by plane, and there are handful of airlines, in particular Ryanair and Vueling that operate daily flights to Seville airport from all around Europe.

Transport From Seville Airport: On arrival to the airport the local bus takes you straight to Plaza de Armas, Seville’s central bus station. The bus departs every 30 minutes, and the journey time is around 30 minutes. Tickets are 4 euros, and are purchased on board the bus. Alternatively, a taxi costs a flat rate of 25 euros.

From Madrid: The AVE train runs approximately 20 times daily, and takes roughly 2.5 hours. The standard price is 75.50 euros, but if you book online in advance on the Renfe website you may find some great deals, with prices as low as 40 euros – although be aware that the discounted tickets are non refundable nor exchangeable.

From Barcelona: The AVE train runs twice daily, and takes 5.5 hours. The full price fare is €116.60, but booking in advance and taking advantage of promotional tickets can sometimes reduce this price by nearly half, which is great for the budget minded traveler.

Seville is perfectly connected by road. A network of highways connect it with all areas: the A-49 links it with Huelva and Portugal. The A-92 links to Malaga and Granada. The A-4 arrives from Cordoba and Madrid. The A-66 connects to Extremadura and the north of Spain. The SE-30, the Ronda Super Norte and the SE-40 are the bypass roads that facilitate movement around the city and its metropolitan area.

Meeting Venue

2nd of October

"RECTORADO" building
Assembly Hall "Paraninfo"
University of Seville
C/ San Fernando 4
41004, Seville, Spain

3th,4th of October

"RECTORADO" building
Classroom "201", Philology
University of Seville
C/ San Fernando 4
41004, Seville, Spain

Accomodation

Reccommended accomodation places

Accomadation discount

We have made an agreement with the owner of the following Airbnb apartments
To get a 20% discount over the website shown price, follow these simple steps:

1. Select the desire appartment of the above list of Airbnb locations
2. Contact with the owner directly via email / whatsapp / phone call
3. Communicate him that you are referred by us and you are goint to assis to SLTB2019 congress

Owner contact info

Javier: (+34) 622443038
jlorenzo@sevillamoving.com
sevillamoving@gmail.com

Sponsors & Partner

Some of our sponsors and partners are


SPONSOR US

The SLTB committee welcomes sponsorship for the Society annual scientific meetings and to facilitate this, the committee has agreed the following rates for support at each meeting which do not include registration fees for sponsor representatives.

The committee also welcomes other kinds of engagement in society meetings to increase their contact and profile with members.

For any communications regarding sponsorship please contact the Society Treasurer via the SLTB website email https://www.sltb.info/contact/

Christiani Amorim
Ariadna Corral
SLTB Communications officers

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