Welcome to the British Society for Nanomedicine
With the global benefits of the new science of nanomedicine growing each year, the British Society for Nanomedicine has been created to allow open access for industry, academia, clinicians and the public to news and details of ongoing research throughout the UK
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A message from the newly appointed BSNM Co-Chairs
Steve Conlan is Professor of Molecular and Cell Biology and director the Centre for Nano Health at Swansea University Medical School . He is also head of the Reproductive Biology and Gynaecological Oncology research group, and Head of Enterprise and Innovation for the Medical School.
Tom McDonald is a Senior Lecturer in Nanomedicine at the University of Liverpool. His research is focussed on the design and synthesis of drug delivery systems.
“Hello, and a very warm welcome to the British Society of Nanomedicine. We are honoured to be appointed as the Co-Chairs of the Board of Trustees of BSNM and would like to take this opportunity to thank Andrew Owen and Steve Rannard for all of their hard work, commitment and leadership over the last 10 years!
We are delighted that Andrew and Steve will remain active in the Society moving forward.
One of our first actions as Chairs is to host a series of early career researcher events building on the success of the annual events that have been held around the UK over the past 10 years. The first of these will take place online on November 25th and 26th and will provide an opportunity for early career researchers to showcase innovative research and discuss outputs and opportunities with other researchers and experts in the field of nanomedicine (click here for more information and registration). We and all the other BSNM Trustees look forward to seeing you there.
Another new development is the partnership we are setting up with the journal of Precision Nanomedicine (PRNANO). This new journal is also sponsored by CLINAM and endorsed by the European Society for Nanomedicine. We look forward to working with PRNANO over the coming years. Details of the journal will appear on the website soon.
We look forward to working with you our members in the coming months as we continue to promote and share research ideas and enable collaborations that will benefit the nanomedicine community in UK and beyond.”
The British Society for Nanomedicine (BSNM) are pleased to announce the next in the series of early career researcher online events is scheduled for 3rd and 4th March 2021 9:30-12:30. In line with the first event, early career researcher will be provided with the opportunity to showcase innovative research and discuss outputs and opportunities with other young researchers and experts within the field of nanomedicine. Register via Eventbrite.
About the HealthTech Award 2020
The #HealthTechAward2020 (www.healthtech-award.eu) will honour the most promising game changers developing emerging technologies for healthcare in Europe, and offer them larger visibility, recognition and custom mentoring. Applications are now open, until December 10, to all innovators based in Europe: academia, start-up companies, SMEs, industries, private inventors http://www.healthtech-award.eu/apply/
It is organised by the NOBEL project and hosted by the MedTech Forum: the prize ceremony will take place on April 20-22 in plenary session of the MedTech Forum 2021, the leading European event of the MedTech industry.
Three categories will be rewarded this year:
- best concept/invention
- best product/deal
- a special prize from the HealthTech TAB, to one of its ex or current beneficiaries.
Don’t miss this unique opportunity to highlight your success stories!
The Celtic Advanced Life Sciences Innovation Network (CALIN) is a multi-partner Ireland-Wales project running until May 2023 that focuses on collaboration between academia and SMEs in Ireland and Wales in order to foster innovation in the life sciences sector, boost economic growth via the sector in the region and also improve patient wellbeing and healthcare.
Visit the website: www.calin.wales
Find CALIN on Twitter @CALIN_LifeSci
The British Society for Nanomedicine (BSNM) are pleased to announce the success of the first in a series of early career researcher online events. The first event, took place on the 25th and 26th November, providing an excellent opportunity for ECR’s to showcase innovative research and discuss outputs and opportunities with other young researchers and experts within the field of nanomedicine.
The meeting was delivered virtually as the platform moved online for the first time and was hosted by the new BSNM co-chairs Professor Steve Conlan, Swansea University and Dr Tom McDonald, Liverpool University.
This event was the first in a series of quarterly events, with next event scheduled for 3rd and 4th March 2021.