ECRM 2018

/ECRM 2018
ECRM 2018 2018-07-30T12:18:53+00:00

Now in it’s fourth year, this meeting has rapidly become the highlight of the Society’s activities. We have purposely designed the meeting around young researchers, whether at postgraduate. post doctoral or early stage fellows and lecturers. Following on from the ethos established at the previous meetings in Liverpool, Swansea and Belfast, we want our presenters to enjoy the experience in a laidback, inclusive and supportive environment. 

This year ECRM 2018 is hosted by UCL and will be held at The Francis Crick Institute, London on 6th – 7th August.

We are thankful to the following sponsors:

IMPORTANT DATES

 Abstract deadline: 15th June 2018

Late breaker abstract deadline: 29th June 2018

Earlybird registration deadline: 15th June 2018

Final registration deadline: 13th July 2018

Please submit abstracts using the form below

Register early and book your accommodation to ensure the best prices and availability

REGISTRATION DETAILS

REGISTER BEFORE 15th JUNE FOR YOUR EARLYBIRD DISCOUNT

EARLYBIRD DISCOUNT – REGISTER BY 15th JUNE 2018

BSNM Student Member – £95

BSNM Academic Member – £130

Non-member – £150

REGISTER BY 13th JULY 2018

BSNM Student Member – £115

BSNM Academic Member – £150

Non-member – £170

Not a member? Sign up for membership and get discounts on conference entry. It’s free.

www.britishsocietyfornanomedicine.org/membership

Stay on into the evening for pizza and drinks and enjoy relaxing, networking or just catching up with friends and colleagues

Please complete your details in the registration form and add your abstract to the template below. Send via email to bsnm18@gmail.com

Please pay your registration fee via Paypal using the menu on the right

Choose your registration type:

Accommodation should be booked and paid for directly with UCL. There are two options for accommodation; Schafer House which includes single rooms at a cost of £48.50 pppn and ensuite rooms in Frances Gardner House at a cost of £56.50-58.50pppn. Please book online at www.ucl.ac.uk/residences 

BSNM and UCL are planning on a number of academic speakers and potential time for networking:

Invited speakers include Dr Maya Thanou, from King’s College London https://kclpure.kcl.ac.uk/portal/maya.thanou.html

 Dr Imad Naasani from Nanoco Technologies Ltd http://www.nanocotechnologies.com/  will be speaking on Quantum Dots beyond Simple Imaging

Dr Kate Ricketts, UCL – Nanoparticle Enhanced Radiotherapy and Imaging

and Professor Terry Tetley from Imperial College London https://www.imperial.ac.uk/people/t.tetley will be speaking on Bioreactivity of Nanomaterials at the Gas-blood Barrier of the Lung

BSNM ECRM 2018 Organising Committee @ UCL

Committee Chair – Dr Gavin Jell – Nanoparticle-biological Interface

Committee member – Medina Guliyeva – PhD Nanomedicine

Committee member – Prof. Sandy Macropberts – Nanoparticles and Photodynamic Therapy

Committee member – Dr Elnaz Yaghini – Nanoparticles and Photodynamic Therapy

Committee member – Dr Mari Del Pilar Acedo Nunez – Nanoparticle-mediated Drug Delivery

Committee member – Dr Nikolitsa Nomikou – Sonodynamic Nanoparticles for Cancer Therapy

Committee member – Dr Deepak Kalaskar, UCL – Nanotechnology in Regenerative Medicine

Prof. Marilena Loizidou, UCL – Nanoparticles in Cancer Therapy

Dr Wenhui Song, UCL – Nanofibres for Drug Delivery

BSNM ECRM 2018 Board of Trustees

Prof. Andrew Owen, Department of Molecular and Clinical Pharmacology, University of Liverpool

Prof. Steve Rannard, Department of Chemistry, University of Liverpool

Prof. Steve Conlan, Swansea University Medical School, Swansea University

Prof. Chris Scott, School of Medicine, Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences, Queen’s University Belfast

Dr May Azzawi, Cardiovascular Research Group, Manchester Metropolitan University

Dr Christine Dufes, Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences, University of Strathclyde

Themes will include: 

Nanoparticle Interactions with Biological Environments

Nanotechnologies for Detecting and Imaging Disease

Nanotechnologies for Treating Disease

Nanomaterials for Regenerative Medicine

Translation of Nanotechnology

Preliminary program can be viewed here – BSNM2018 Preliminary Programme

We aim to dedicate over 20 speaking slots for our early career researchers within our programme allowing lots of opportunity for presentation

Any questions should be sent to bsnm18@gmail.com

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