One-day meeting on Self-Assembling Materials for Biomedicine

We are pleased to announce the RSC Faraday Division sponsored one-day meeting on Self-Assembling Materials for Biomedicine, taking place on 14th April 2016 at Shinfield Grange, Berkshire, UK.

This meeting will bring together researchers using polymers and biomaterials in several applications relevant to healthcare – specifically in the fields of tissue engineering, regenerative medicine and drug delivery. Different approaches relying on self-assembly of polymers, peptides and other biomaterials to create novel nanostructures with biomedical activity will be discussed by prominent researchers in the field presenting their state-of-the-art findings. The venue is a delightful country residence on the outskirts of Reading, UK, with easy transport access.


Confirmed Speakers

Giuseppe Battaglia, University College London
Che Connon, Newcastle University
Matthew Dalby, University of Glasgow
Alicia El Haj, Keele University
Ian Hamley, University of Reading
Wayne Hayes, University of Reading
Alvaro Mata, Queen Mary University London
David Middleton, Lancaster University
Richard Oreffo, University of Southampton
Maité Paternostre, CEA-Saclay, France
Alberto Saiani, University of Manchester

Organising Committee

Ian Hamley, University of Reading
Che Connon, Newcastle University
Alvaro Mata, Queen Mary University London

FREE REGISTRATION – Deadline by 15th March 2016

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