The field of extracellular vesicles is growing rapidly in the UK. There are enough of us working on EVs to form a UK extracellular interest group.

This would allow us to share ideas and expertise, have regular meetings, and drink beer.

If you are interested in getting more information about upcoming UKEV meetings then please join our mailing list by emailing with your contact details. You can also find details in our forum.


28/1/16 - The Third UKEV forum meeting

The next meeting will be held in Oxford on the 13th of December. For more details see UKEV 2016

28/1/16 - Extracellular vesicles in health and disease: A Brazil-UK cross-disciplinary workshop

Applications are invited to attend a fully funded workshop in Brazil on the 16th-20th May.

NEWS - Deadline extended to 26th February

The workshop aims to bring together researchers in the EV field and the NTD field to explore the potential for multi-disciplinary collaborative research in these areas. It is not necessary for applicants to the workshop to work in BOTH fields. If you are an early career researcher (within 10 years of obtaining your PhD) based in the UK or Brazil working on either NTDs or EVs then you are welcome to apply. There are 17 places for UK-based researchers and 17 places for Brazil-based researchers.
For more details see here
The deadline for applications is the 26th of February

27/5/14 - The Second UKEV forum meeting

Programme for the Cardiff UKEV meeting (click for pdf)

27/5/14 - The Second UKEV forum meeting

03/12/14 - Draft agenda for the first UKEV forum

04/06/14 - The first UKEV meeting

I'm pleased to announce details of the first UK Extracellular Vesicles Forum!

Date: Thursday 18th December 2014.
Venue: Royal Veterinary College, London, UK.

This is a 1-day meeting bringing together researchers in the growing field of extracellular vesicles. There will also be ample opportunity to chat and network in an informal setting.

Abstracts are invited for posters and talks on all aspects of EV research, including:
- Isolation techniques
- Measurement and characterisation.
- Biological Function
- Therapeutics

Details of keynote speakers will be released soon, please register for email updates.

Registration is £25 for Postdocs/PIs, but free for PhD students, undergraduates and trainees.

To register please email with your name, affiliation and job title.
The deadline for abstracts is the 1st of November 2014.

Queries can be sent to the organisers (see for email addresses) or to Alternatively you can post questions on the forum which we would be happy to answer.

For travel directions see -

Dr Dave Carter (Oxford Brookes University)
Dr Aled Clayton (Cardiff University)
Dr Chris Gardiner (Oxford University)
Dr Paul Harrison (Birmingham University)
Dr Charlotte Lawson (Royal Veterinary College)