Taking place at Manchester Central from 28-31 March 2023, the TERMIS-EU Chapter Conference will welcome scientists from all over the world. The conference is the leading event for the dissemination of the latest research in tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, offering researchers, clinicians and industry an ideal opportunity to present and discuss their most recent findings, developments and challenges in the field.
The conference is being organised by led by a team of researchers from The University of Manchester. Professor Sue Kimber, Professor of Stem & Developmental Biology and Prof Sarah Cartmell, Professor of Bioengineering and head of the Department of Materials will take the role of Conference Chairs, with Dr Richardson acting as Programme Chair.
The theme of the meeting in Manchester will be 'Broadening the Targets and Approaches for Regenerative Medicine' and will reflect state-of-the-art international science including the latest breakthroughs.
The conference will offer a mix of internationally renowned plenary and keynote speakers spanning the interdisciplinary field, parallel scientific sessions, poster presentations, diverse pre-conference workshops and exciting network events. The TERMIS Student and Young Investigator Section (SYIS) will play an active role in organisation and will have their own dedicated sessions to ensure engagement with the next generation of leaders in the field.
Dr Richardson commented "We are delighted to be hosting TERMIS EU 2023. It is a excellent opportunity to showcase the world-leading research ongoing in Manchester to an international audience and to allow delegates the chance to experience our amazing city.”