24th ESGLD Workshop and Graduate Course
7th to 11th September 2022
The 24th ESGLD Workshop and Graduate Course will take place at Lancaster University campus, a beautiful 560-acre parkland site at Bailrigg, just three miles from Lancaster city centre. The exact locations for the lectures, meals and accommodation will be updated shortly.
About the Venue
Lancaster… Successful conferences start with a tailor-made conference facility.
Join us for the 24th ESGLD Workshop to learn of achievements thus far, and glimpse into the future of lysosomal disease research and therapies. Workshop topics include:
– Lysosome Function
– Lysosomal Pathology
The graduate course, held immediately before the workshop is an opportunity for postdocs, PhD students and clinical fellows who are new to the lysosomal disease field to be taught about the fundamentals of lysosomal diseases by experts who are at the cutting edge of these areas and to have a chance to informally practice presenting their work in a non-challenging environment to their peers. Participants in the graduate course usually go on to attend the workshop afterwards.
About The Conference Venue
The 24th ESGLD Workshop and graduate course will take place at Lancaster University Management School, Bailrigg, Lancaster, LA1 4YX. If you are arriving by taxi, please ask the driver to drop you off at Lancaster University Management School. There will be a registration desk on 7th and 8th September 2022 and we will direct you to your accommodation. The accommodation is a short walk (10 minutes) from Lancaster University Management School, but still on campus.
Getting to the Conference Venue
FREE TAXI SERVICE – If you arrive at Lancaster Railway Station on 7th or 8th September – we have contracted a taxi service that will take you from Lancaster Train station to the University of Lancaster campus. Please call this number +44 1524 32090 to request your taxi. You will need to show your registration email to the driver be allowed on the service free of charge.
The 4 and 4X bus services operate between Lancaster Railway Station (Platform 3 exit) and Lancaster University every 30 minutes Monday to Saturday daytimes. There is also a limited service on Sunday evenings in term time (4X). The journey time is around 25 minutes.
Taxis are also available at the station and at Lancaster University campus.
Visitor car park
We will have Parking permits available at registration
We have secured a mixture of guest house accommodation and hotel rooms at Lancaster University Campus. Lancaster University Guest rooms are located in the John Creed Building, Lancaster University campus, LA1 4YD. The majority of our delegates will be staying there, unless you have been notified otherwise. If you arrive out of hours (i.e. after 5.30pm), please ask your taxi driver to drop you off at University House and head to security to collect your keys. Maps will be available to aid you find your way around campus. https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/media/lancaster-university/content-assets/documents/maps/campus-map.pdf
The small county town of Lancaster is built on the site of a Roman encampment (Castrum), constructed to guard the crossing over the River Lune. It later became a prosperous port from the proceeds of the slave trade. A short distance from the town’s railway station stands Lancaster Castle. A magnificent Norman Fortress, originally built to keep Scottish invaders at bay.
Steeped in almost 1000 years of history including the trials of the Pendle Witches and the Birmingham Six, Lancaster Castle is one of the most important historic monuments in the North West. Come and visit the old cells, Shire Hall and Crown Court.
Stroll through Lancaster and you’ll find history on every corner. Unlock history within the castle prison walls or admire Georgian Splendour in its fine buildings. Want to take in the views? Then head up to Williamson’s Park and enjoy the views from the Ashton Memorial, one of the North’s great follies. Lancaster really is one of England’s Heritage Cities with a big story to tell.
Lancaster ‘Just the Start’
One of England’s most vibrant historic cities where culture and heritage captivate and inspire visitors. Visit Lancaster’s castle and museums to uncover the city’s ancient stories hidden in its walls and buildings. Stroll the meandering towpaths of the canal or along St George’s Quay, marvelling at the Georgian architecture which lines the banks of the River Lune. Explore the secret paths of Williamson Park and discover its hidden follies and stunning Edwardian designed butterfly house. Discover the open spaces and strong design of the two university campuses and find out how these seats of learning have influenced the city over the years.Dating back almost 1000 years Lancaster Castle was the location of the UK’s most famous witch trial which saw 13 people convicted and hung for crimes associated with witchcraft in 1612. More than 400 years later you can visit the majestic court rooms and find out about the lives and experiences of the so-called Lancashire Witches.
For further information regarding 24th ESGLD Workshop and Graduate Course, 2022 Lancaster please contact:
Dr Tereza Andreou
School of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Biology, Medicine and Health
3.721 Stopford Building
The University of Manchester