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Regener8-Medical Technologies IKC Annual Conference
Date: July 1, 2016 @ 8:15 AM
Location: Horizon Conference Centre, Leeds
How to choose and secure your dream career
Date: September 8, 2015 @ 2:00 PM
Location: University of Leeds
The EPSRC Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Regenerative Medicine along with Regener8 are delighted to announce the return of popular event ‘How to choose and secure your dream career’.
Headlining the day is John Lees with a keynote address: one of the UK’s best known career transition specialists and careers writers, author of bestseller ‘How To Get A Job You Love’, which has been selected as WH Smith’s ‘Business Book of the Month’. His books have been translated into Polish, Arabic and Spanish.
John’s other titles ‘The Interview Expert’ and ‘Just The Job!’ were published in 2011 and 2013. His latest book is ‘Secrets of Resilient People’, published in August 2014.
John has written a weekly column for Metro, and is a regular contributor to Harvard Business Review online .
His clients include The British Council, Career Management Consultants Ltd, CIPD, HBOS, The House of Commons, HSBC, Imperial College, Orange, REC, The Association of MBAs, Lloyds Banking Group, Marks & Spencer, Reed, Reuters, and Tribal, as well as business schools across the UK.
Presentations will also be made by Regener8 ECR alumni now in the early stages of their careers following a successful ECR stint, in a quick-fire ‘How I moved on (life after ECRing)’; plus a section of presentations on best practice in outreach.
1-to-1 bookable CV clinics and mentoring will be available with our speakers, coaches, and representatives from the careers centre and industry across the two days of partner event MEIbioeng15.
Our previous Regener8 career event, which was held in Birmingham in February 2014, was attended by 55 MSc, PhD students and postdoctoral researchers from 12 universities. This year, as part of the MEIbioeng15 conference, the opportunity to take part is being widened to include participants from not only those with a regenerative medicine focus, but any post-graduate researcher with an interest in medical engineering, bioengineering and biomedical engineering.
Registration is essential and free to attendees of MEIbioeng15: the largest ever UK gathering of Biomedical Engineers, Bioengineers and Medical Engineers, with participants from leading academic centres and the Med Tech industry.
The conference is a two day event taking place on 7th & 8th September 2015 at the University of Leeds.
Registration is £250 for the two day event.
Register for MEIbioeng15: http://meibioeng.org/
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MEIbioeng15: Engineering Future Benefits for Patients
Date: September 7, 2015 @ 10:00 AM
Location: University of Leeds
MEIbioeng15 brings together the former Centres of Excellence in Medical Engineering in the UK (funded by Wellcome Trust and EPSRC from 2009) and The Bioengineering Society Annual Conference, with participants from leading academic centres and the MedTech industry.
Attendees enjoy unequalled opportunities for networking, collaboration, new partnerships, and shaping the future of this exciting and challenging field.
The conference is a two-day event taking place on 7-8 September 2015 at the University of Leeds.
- Rehabilitation robotics
- Digital health
- Regenerative devices
- Careers, outreach and policy
- Musculoskeletal biomechanics and tribology
- Imaging, Modelling & Devices
- Medical and Bioengineering – led by The UK Bioengineering Society
- Regener8: The delivery of regenerative medicine
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Regener8 Annual Conference 2014
Date: September 17, 2014 @ 9:00 AM
Location: Parkinson Court, University of Leeds
The Pathway to Innovation for Regenerative Therapies
The Regener8 Annual Conference is a one day meeting focussed solely on the translation and commercialisation of regenerative medicine. The event is aimed at academics, clinicians and industry representatives who are involved in the field of regenerative medicine and related areas.
This year’s Regener8 Annual Conference will take place on Wednesday 17 September, at the University of Leeds. The theme for this year’s event will be ‘The Pathway to Innovation for Regenerative Therapies’ and will feature presentations from Regener8-funded projects, as well as industry keynote speakers.
Speakers include key industry figures and RegenMed translational pioneers who will discuss early stage research projects, collaborative R&D and successful translation of new regenerative medicine tools and therapies.
9.00-10.00 Registration, networking, exhibition & poster viewing
10.00-10.15 Welcome – Prof John Fisher, Executive Director, Regener8
Opening Address – Sir Alan Langlands, Vice Chancellor, University of Leeds
10.15-10.40 KEYNOTE – Kevin Baughan, Director of Technology & Innovation, Technology Strategy Board
10.40-10.55 PoC Project presentation: Prof Paul Hatton, University of Sheffield
Bioactive cements and pre-set porous scaffolds to promote bone tissue regeneration
10.55-11.10 PoC Project presentation: Dr Ifty Ahmed, University of Nottingham
Manufacturing Bone Tissue Using Resorbable Porous Calcium Phosphate Microspheres Loaded with Autologous Stem Cells
11.10-11.25 PoC Project presentation: Prof Gordon Blunn, UCL
The use of de-mineralised bone and cellularised de-mineralised bone in rotator cuff repair
11.25-11.55 Refreshments, networking, exhibition & poster viewing
11.55-12.15 KEYNOTE – Dr John Stageman, Bionow and Biomedical Catalyst Major Awards Committee
12.15-12.35 KEYNOTE – Prof Jim Shaw, Professor of Regenerative Medicine for Diabetes, Newcastle University
12.35-12.50 PoC Project presentation: Prof Jenny Southgate, University of York
Bladder-Derived Natural Acellular Matrix for Urinary Tract Application
12.50-2.15 Lunch, networking, exhibition and poster viewing
2.15-2.30 PoC Project presentation: Prof David Watts, University of Manchester
Polymeric scaffolds functionalised for periodontal repair
2.30-2.45 PoC Project presentation: Prof Serena Best, University of Cambridge
CamRegen Scaffolds for Cardiac Repair
2.45-3.00 PoC Project presentation: Dr Tahera Ansari, Northwick Park Institute for Medical Research
Small bowel replacement and regeneration
3.00-3.15 Regener8 Early Career Researcher network update
3.15-3.45 Refreshments, networking, exhibition and poster viewing
3.45-4.10 KEYNOTE 4 – Dr Wilfried Dalemans, Chief Technical Officer, TiGenix
4.10-4.35 KEYNOTE – Dr. Rob Buckle, Director of the UKRMP and Head of Regenerative Medicine, MRC
4.35-4.45 Announcement of poster competition award and headline sponsor address, followed by final remarks and close
4.45-6.00 Drinks reception, networking and exhibition
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Regenerative Medicine Careers: How to choose and secure your dream career
Date: February 26, 2014 @ 10:00 AM
Location: Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre
Regener8 and the EPSRC-funded Centre for Innovative Manufacturing in Regenerative Medicine is delighted to announce a new event designed for PhD students and early career researchers.
The careers awareness event will be held on Wednesday 26th February in Birmingham where attendees will hear from speakers who undertake roles that are of direct relevance to regenerative medicine. Many of our speakers have studied or conducted postdoctoral research in the area of regenerative medicine. Roles covered will include:
- Industrial business development
- Industrial research
- Technology Transfer
- Clinical environments
- Start-up companies
- Academic fellowships
A CV clinic will be held as part of the event, where attendees will be given feedback by industrial and academic mentors. Advice will be available on how to improve CVs and how to tailor CVs towards specific roles in our industry. CV clinic slots will be allocated on a first-come-first-served basis, with early registrations more likely to receive more than one CV mentoring slot (subject to CV mentor availability), so do register early.
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