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
Step 1: REGISTER.
Step 2: PAYMENT. Once registered, please complete the payment to confirm your place at the workshop.
Last date for registration and payment: 15th May 2019, 1700 hours.
For any questions, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Academic or Industry without accommodation: £25
PhD or PDRA without accommodation:£12
Programme (subject to change)
Thursday 6th June – Pam Liversidge Building (PLB) – Rooms E05/E06
09:00 10:00 Registration including refreshments
Univ. of Liverpool/Oxford/Sheffield
10:00 10:10 Welcome – Summary of Liverpool Workshop and Objectives for Sheffield Workshop Dr Raphaël Lévy /Prof Helen Byrne / Prof John Haycock
10:10 10:35 Guest Lecture: Innovation and Technology Transfer of 3D models – from university
research to industry – TBC
Prof Stefan Przyborski, Univ of Durham
10:35 11:00 Guest Lecture: TTL IBIN – Integrative Biological Imaging Network – TBC
Prof Maddy Parsons, Kings College London
11:00 11:20 Coffee + networking + posters
11:20 11:30 Briefing for Problem Led Networking
Prof John Haycock, Univ. of Sheffield
11:30 12:30 3DBioNet Problem Led Networking – thematic groups (identified from Liverpool
12:30 12:45 Plenary – Reporting back of Problem Led Networking + Actions
Dr Raphaël Lévy, Univ. of Liverpool
12:45 13:45 Lunch + networking + posters
13:45 14:45 Early Career Researchers Session – to be organised by ECRs
Dr Caroline Taylor + colleagues across TTL, Univ. of Sheffield +
14:45 15:15 Industry, Sponsor & Technology highlights (6x 5 mins)
15:15 15:45 Coffee + networking + posters
15:45 16:45 Guest Lecture: TBC
Launch of 1st pump priming funding call
Training, Facilities, and Technical platform
16:45 17:00 Closing remarks + announcment of poster prizes
Dr Raphaël Lévy /Prof Helen Byrne / Prof John Haycock