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March 17th 2020 update: Please note that due to the current COVID-19 situation, the decision has been made to cancel the Practical Application of Toxicology in Drug Development Course this June. We are following all UK and WHO guidelines and in the interst of public safety it was felt that cancellation at this time would be the best approach. The organising committee is currently working to secure an alternative time for the course and the website will be updated as soon as we have some further clarity on the current situation. Any queries at this point can be directed to the course organisers at patdd@admin.cam.ac.uk

 

Accommodation for duration of the course:

Course attendees are responsible for booking and paying for their own accommodation. Accommodation has been block-booked at the Møller Institute and will be available to registrants for a limited time. Those who prefer to make other arrangements or who register after June 1st should feel free to contact the course organisers for advice if needed. 

The Møller Institute offers en-suite bedroom accommodation. Participants of the PATDD course are being offered a special single occupancy rate of £125 (ex VAT) per night or £150* (ex VAT) for double or twin occupancy bed and breakfast.

If you wish to stay at the Møller Institute, you can reserve this as part of the online registration process prior to Monday 1st June.

Payment will be required on arrival at the Møller Institute this year and cancellations will only be accepted up to 1st June. Cancellations after this date you will be required to pay in full.

*Please contact the course organisers at PATDD@admin.cam.ac.uk should you wish to book a double or twin occupancy room.

Confirmation of your full booking will be sent to the email provided.

 

Questions regarding accommodation should be addressed to the course Event Manager on PATDD@admin.cam.ac.uk


Travel

Location
The Møller Institute
Churchill College, Storey's Way
Cambridge, Cambridgshire CB3 0DE
United Kingdom

www.mollerinstitute.co.uk/ 

Please follow the link here for more information on The Møller Institute

 

Onsite at the Møller Institute

Please download the Study Centre map HERE or alternative view the Møller Institute's full floor plan HERE

 

Transportation to and from the Møller Institute 

 

Car

There is free on-site parking for over 150 cars at The Møller Institute. Please note that Storey’s Way, when entering from Huntingdon Road (A1307), has width restrictions. Alternatively approach Storey’s Way from Madingley Road entrance.

If you are using a Sat Nav the easiest way to find us is to put the following postcode in: CB3 0DS.

The Møller Institute is committed to reducing carbon emissions, both directly and indirectly. Please consider using public transport or car-sharing when planning your journey to the institute.

Train

There is a fast and frequent rail service from London King’s Cross (45 minutes) & London Liverpool Street (1 hour 15 mins) and Stansted Airport (30 minutes) through to Cambridge. There are excellent connections from Scotland & the North via Peterborough, as well as services from Birmingham & the Midlands, East Anglia & the North West. Cambridge train station is about a 20-minute taxi ride from The Møller Institute.

Bus

Cambridge has a network of buses run by Stagecoach. The buses that run along madingley Road are the Citi 4/Uni4 and the Madingley Road Park and Ride bus service.

The most direct bus to The Møller Institute from the city centre is the Citi 4 bus service from Drummer Street; the bus will stop along Madingley Road opposite Churchill College.

Cycle

Cambridge boasts over 80 miles of cycle lanes and routes and we are a 5-minute cycle from the city centre.

We have plenty of cycle parking.

Plane

All the major London airports are readily accessible via road and rail.