Events

Annual Meeting Abstracts Archive

Abstracts from the previous BAS annual meetings can be downloaded here:

 

BAS 2011 University of Birmingham

BAS-2011-Programme-Booklet_PRINTED.pdf (1775 downloads)

 

BAS 2010 AstraZeneca, Cheshire

BAS-2011-Programme-Booklet_PRINTED.pdf (1775 downloads)

 

BAS 2009 Queen’s University Belfast

BAS-2009-Programme-Booklet-final.pdf (1155 downloads)

 

BAS 2008 Gijon, Spain 

 

BAS 2007 GSK, Ware

BAS-annual-meeting-2007-abstracts.pdf (1157 downloads)

 

BAS 2006 University of Leeds: Special Annual meeting including Advanced Workshop “The testis as a conduit for genomic plasticity”

Abstracts-Leeds-2006.pdf (1120 downloads)

 

BAS 2005 University of Sheffield

Abstracts-Sheffield-2005.pdf (1110 downloads)

 

BAS 2004 University of Lincoln

 

BAS 2002 University of Liverpool

Abstracts-Liverpool-2002.pdf (1112 downloads)

 

BAS 2003 Aberdeen joint with SRF and BSF

Abstracts-Aberdeen-2003-.pdf (1128 downloads)

 

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