The clinical potential of regenerative medicine is huge but translational and commercial barriers are restricting progress with respect to medical advances. Synthetic polymers and peptides have a role to play in overcoming these barriers by enhancing efficacy and safety of cells, genes and other biologics. This talk will highlight new materials that have been designed to optimise tissue repair.
Attend this year's Annual BmED Prestige Lecture which will be given on the subject of "New Materials and Approaches for Regenerative Medicine and Gene Therapy" (18 June 2019, London). Kevin Shakesheff, Professor of Pharmacy at the University of Nottingham will discuss new materials that have been designed to optimise tissue repair.
Plus, don't miss the preceding Healthcare Technologies Student and Early Career Awards:
Attend this year's Healthcare Technologies Student and Early Career Awards, which precedes the Annual BmED Prestige Lecture. Recent graduates, third/fourth year undergraduates, taught Master’s degree course students, current PhD students and PhD graduates will be competing for a total of four prizes, which will highlight the best projects and posters in Biomedical Engineering.
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