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Date
10.10.17
Start time
17:30
End time
20:30
Waterfront Building, University of Suffolk, 19 Neptune Quay, Ipswich IP4 1QJ


Join scientists at the University of Suffolk to explore the world of stem cells and regenerative medicine.


Do you know what stem cells are? Are you curious to find out why regenerative medicine is considered the “medicine of tomorrow”? Will stem cells soon be used to address a variety of diseases? If your answer is yes, then join this event to meet scientists working in this field, participate in the debate and celebrate the University of Suffolk becoming part of the Regenerative Medicine community.

Speakers

Dr Elsa Abranches

Expert from the UK Stem Cell Bank.

Dr Alison Stacey

Senior scientist from a world-renowned stem cell technology business.

The Regenerative Medicine students will also be showcasing their research ideas, with a vote for the best one.

Supporters

The event has been organised with the contribution of the University of Suffolk Foundation Board and in partnership with Stem Cell Technologies. This is proudly offered as the Department of Science and Technology at the University of Suffolk's contribution to the Biology Week 2017.

Who should attend?

This event is open to anyone with an interest in stem cells and regenerative medicine. The event organisers welcome science teachers, life sciences academics and students, GPs/NHS practitioners, industry representatives and A level students with a passion for scientific research.

Cost

Free, however booking is required. Bookings can be through the Eventbrite page.

Further details

For more information, contact Dr Federica Masieri or visit the University of Suffolk website.

Find out about other Biology Week 2017 events on our calendar!