We are gearing up for the second workshop of 3DbioNet on the 6th of June! Earlier in January we’ve had an exciting kick off to the network at our Launch workshop. This time we hope to get bigger, better, and faster!
Venue: Pam Liversidge Building, The University of Sheffield, Newcastle Street, S1 3JD
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Last date for registration and payment (extended): 31st May 2019, 1200 hours.
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Last date for abstract submission: 31st May 2019 1200hrs.
Academic or Industry (standard): £25
PhD or PDRA: £12
Industry registration + technology talk presentation: £75
Workshop Programme (subject to change)
09:00 10:00 Registration including refreshments
10:00 10:10 Welcome – Summary of Liverpool Workshop and Objectives for Sheffield Workshop. Dr Raphaël Lévy / Prof Helen Byrne / Prof John Haycock Univ. of Liverpool/Oxford/Sheffield
10:10 10:35 Guest Lecture: Innovation and Technology Transfer of 3D models – from university research to industry. Prof Stefan Przyborski. Univ. of Durham
10:35 11:00 Guest Lecture: TTL IBIN – Integrative Biological Imaging Network. Dr Simon Ameer-Beg, Kings College London
11:00 11:20 Coffee + networking + posters
11:20 11:45 Guest Lecture: Perivascular macrophages in tumours Prof Claire Lewis, Univ. of Sheffield
11:45 11:50 Update on TTL funding opportunities. Dr Raphaël Lévy / Prof Helen Byrne, Univ. of Liverpool / Oxford
11:50 11:55 Briefing for Problem Led Networking. Prof John Haycock, Univ. of Sheffield
11:55 13:00 3DBioNet Problem Led Networking – thematic groups. Topics identified by delegates at the TTL network meeting in Liverpool.
13:00 14:00 Lunch + networking + posters
14:00 14:30 Plenary – Reporting back of Problem Led Networking + Actions. Dr Raphaël Lévy, Univ. of Liverpool
14:30 15:30 Early Career Researchers Session – to be organised by ECRs. Dr Caroline Taylor + colleagues across TTL, Univ. of Sheffield +
15:30 15:55 Technology highlights (5x 5 mins)
15:55 16:20 Coffee + networking + posters
16:20 16:45 Technology Highlights contd. (5x 5 mins)
16:45 17:00 Closing remarks + announcement of poster prizes. Dr Raphaël Lévy /Prof Helen Byrne / Prof John Haycock, Univ. of Liverpool/Oxford/Sheffield