Seminar series


 Upcoming Seminars

  • Title: Palladium-Activated Prodrug Therapy: An Unorthodox Exploitation of the Bioorthogonal Paradigm.
    Speaker: Dr Asier Unciti-Broceta, The University of Edinburgh
    Date: Thursday 9th June 2016 - 1.00pm - Biosciences E102

Recent seminars

  • Title: Patient specific engineering models to support clinical practice.
    Dr Silvia Schievano, University College London
    Date: Thursday 26th May 2016 - 1.00pm - Biosciences E102
  • Healthcare Interventions via Machine Learning.
    Dr David Clifton, University of Oxford
    Date: Thursday 12th May 2016 - 1.00pm - Biosciences E102
  • Title: 3D Printing in Medicine - Research and Applications.
    Professor Russell Harris, Leeds University
    Date: Thursday 21st April 2016 - 1.00pm - Biosciences E102
  • Title: Optical Biosensors.
    Dr Ruchi Gupta, University of Hull
    Thursday 7th April 2016 - 1.00pm - Biosciences E102
  • Title: Exploiting the Chemistry of Musculoskeletal Healing and Disease: Towards Better and Safer Therapies.
    Dr Richard Williams, The University of Birmingham
    Thursday 10th March 2016 - 1.00pm - Haworth 203
  • Title: Nanoenabled Medicine Development.
    Professor Ljeoma F Uchegbu, University College London
    Thursday 3rd March 2016 - 1.00pm - Chem Eng 124
  • Title: Two Adventures in Chemical Biology - Palladium Mediated Cellular Chemistry and in vivo Optical Medical Imaging.
    Speaker: Professor Mark Bradley, The University of Edinburgh
    Date: Thursday 4th February 2016 - 1.00pm - Biosciences E102
  • Title: Shaken and stirred: enhancing, triggering and monitoring drug delivery by ultrasound.
    Speaker: Professor Constantin Coussios, Oxford University
    Date: Thursday 14th Janaury 2016 - 1.00pm - Biosciences E102
  • Title: Beyond Systems Biology; from cell membranes to
    personalised medicine.

    Speaker: Professor Paul O'Shea, The University of Nottingham
    Date: Thursday 7th January 2016 - 1.00pm - Mech Eng G33
  • Title: Adressing manufactoring challenges for regenerative medicines.
    Speaker: Dr Ivan Wall, University College London
    Date: Monday 14th December 2015 - 2.00pm - Learning Centre UG05
  • Title: Microfluids and Microbubbles: from Diagnostics to Therapeutic Delivery.
    Speaker: Professor Steven Evans, The University of Leeds
    Date: Thursday 10th December 2015 - 1.00pm - Nuffield G17
  • Title: Biomaterial and their optimisation for the treatment of vision loss.
    Speaker: Professor Rachel Williams, The University of Liverpool
    Date: Thursday 12th November 2015 - 1.00pm - Biosciences 301
  • Title:Raman micro-spectroscopy for biomedical applications:from nanoscale bio materials to label free imaging of cells. and tissue.
    Speaker: Professor Ioan Notingher, The University of Nottingham
    Date: Thursday 29th October 2015 - 1.00pm - Mech Eng G29
  • Title: Of Mice and Men’ in Nanomedicine: Transforming Old and New Nanomaterials into Functional Tools for Medicine.     
    Speaker: Professor Kostas Kostarelos, The University of Manchester
    Date: Thursday 22nd October 2015 - 1.00pm- Mech Eng G29
  • Title: Improving stem cell therapy with smart surfaces, scaffolds and microbioreactor arrays.
    Speaker: Professor Justin Cooper-White, The University of Queensland
    Date: Thursday 15th October 2015 - 10.00am - Biosciences NG08
  • Title: Modern medical thermometry and measurements for wound management.
    Speaker: Professor Graham Machin and Dr Rob Simpson, National Physical Laboratory 
    Date: Friday 10th July 2015 - 1.00pm - Biosciences 301
  • Title: Fluorescence imaging and activity sensing using"smart"labels.
    Speaker: Professor Peter Dedecker, Molecular imaging and photonics, KU Leuven, Belgium
    Date: Wednesday 8th July 2015 - 2.00pm - Learning Centre UG09
  • Title: Supramolecular Hybrid Materials for Controlled Drug Delivery.
    Speaker: Assistant Professor Ken Cham-Fai Leung, The Hong Kong Baptist University and The University of Hong Kong
    Date: Wednesday 24th June 2015 - 1.00pm - Biosciences 301
  • Title: Quantitative super-resolution fluorescence microscopy in T- cells.
    Speaker: Dr Dylan Owen, Kings College London.
    Date : Thursday 7th May 2015 - 1.00pm - Haworth 203
  • Title: Nanoscale approaches to control of mesenchymal stem cells.
    Speaker: Professor Matthew Dalby, University of Glasgow.
    Date : Thursday 23rd April 2015 - 1.00pm - Biosciences E102
  • Title: Molecular imprinting - Nanoscale biometrics and their varied uses.
    Speaker: Dr Nick Turner, Open University.
    Date : Thursday 16th April 2015 - 1.00pm - Biosciences E102