ABSTRACTS are NOW OPEN for Raman Nanotheranostics 2022!
Deadline is 31st July!
Inspired by Prof. Nick Stone’s £5.7 million Raman Nanotheranostics (RaNT) research programme funded by the EPSRC.
Check out this FREE 3-day conference hosted by the University of Exeter in the beautiful heart of the South West of the UK, 5th – 7th September 2022.
A unique in-person networking opportunity for early career researchers (ECRs).
The conference focusses on next generation healthcare technologies and will combine discussions on the latest developments in:
- Disease detection & monitoring with DEEP RAMAN & other spectroscopic techniques
- Design of TARGETED NANOPHARMACEUTICALS & imaging distribution/accumulation with MULTIPHOTON TECHNIQUES
- Tuning of BIOCOMPATIBLE NANOPARTICLE CONTSRUCTS for clinical applications
- PHOTOTHERMAL THERAPY
- Clinical translation of novel THERANOSTIC HEALTHCARE TECHNOLOGIES
Currently confirmed to speak:
Prof. Ji-Xin CHEN, Prof. Paola TARONI, Prof. Warren CHAN, Prof. Bhavya SHARMA, Prof. Hatice ALTUG, Dr. Sanathana KONUGOLU VENKATA SEKAR & Dr. Holly BUTLER
To see our incredible invited speakers & submit your abstract, head to the conference website to find out more!
Follow us on Twitter @Raman_NanoT for the latest updates on #RaNT2022.
Any queries, please contact the organizers directly: email@example.com
There were so many excellent nominations this year for this award; it was difficult to select just one winner. But it is with pleasure to announce that Dr Tanveer Tabish will be awarded with the excellent prize this year.
The Larry Hench Young Investigators Prize is dedicated to promising young researchers in recognition of their outstanding contributions within the field of biomaterials. This award is given in remembrance of such a key figure of this field – Prof Larry Hench (1938-2015).
Due to the Easter break and a few people asking for a little more time to finalise data for their #UKSB2022 abstracts, we have decided to move the deadline to Friday 29th April at 5pm. This will be a final deadline, so please do submit before this deadline.
Thank you to all that have submitted – there are some excellent topics and we can see already the quality of the research coming through. This is going to be a very exciting meeting with many of the founding members of the Society joining for the celebratory event.
It is with pleasure that we announce the award for the Alan Wilson Memorial Lecture this year will be given to Prof Sanjuka Deb, King’s College London to recognise her work and contribution to the UK Biomaterials field in celebration of the life and career of the outstanding dental materials scientist Dr Alan Wilson OBE (1928-2011).
I look forward to hearing about Prof Deb’s latest work as she joins us at #UKSB2022.
It is our pleasure to announce this years UKSB Presidents prize will be awarded to Prof Paul Hatton from the University of Sheffield.
We will hear about Prof. Hatton’s vast experience of the biomaterials world, from the fundamentals of biomaterials science to working with clinical partners. This prize will recognize his absolutely outstanding contributions to the field during his career, and I look forward to the many stories and anecdotes he might tell.
We are happy to open registration for this years conference.
UK Society for Biomaterials 2022 Annual Conference
UKSB2022 will be a celebration of UKSB which was founded in 2000 with the first meeting held at The University of Sheffield in the same year. Please join us back in Sheffield to celebrate over 20 years of our amazing society!
For more information about the conference and for important dates, abstract submissions and exhibitor info please click here.
This year the conference is being hosted at The Edge, Sheffield University June 27-28th 2022
Please click here for the direct registration page.
Looking forward to welcoming you all there!
After some requests we have decided to push the deadline for #UKSB2022 abstracts back to 14th April 2022. We hope that this gives you enough time to submit your work for presentation at this years annual conference.
This year we will welcome the biomaterials community to Sheffield, where the UKSB began now 22 years ago. This will be an anniversary celebration delayed slightly due to the past few years of Covid, during which we hosted online annual meetings. #UKSB2022 is set to be an amazing event with some excellent keynote speakers lined up – more details to follow very soon.
Please see here for more details, and importantly for the abstract template and submission info.