We are delighted to announce our next Joint Networks meeting. The event will be held on 31 January 2024 with the BLAST ageing network and the lifETIME CDT at the Edgbaston Park Hotel, University of Birmingham. Registration is open, please use this link to register.
The Extracellular Matrix Network (ECMage) and the Building Links in Ageing Science and Technology Network (BLAST) Ageing Networks have partnered with the lifETIME CDT – Engineering underpinning medicine (lifetime-cdt.org) to bring together a multidisciplinary networking conference. We aim to create an environment where ideas and knowledge can be shared to create, design, and accelerate therapeutic discoveries. The shared event on 31 January is the middle day of the conference for doctoral students and their partners.
The joint event commences at 10.30 am with registration on Wednesday 31 January and will comprise 10-minute presentations from ageing network members, along with a CDT student talk and two invited keynote talks. We will also facilitate a sandpit discussion focused on equality, diversity, and inclusivity during the afternoon session. The event will take place at the Edgbaston Park Hotel and Conference Centre which is located on the University of Birmingham campus. The venue is two miles from Birmingham City Centre, with direct train routes to the University station. Information about the venue is available here and the Google map link can also be found here. The lifetime CDT meeting will commence on 30th January through to the 1st February.
This joint meeting is free to attend, from 10.30 am to 5.00 pm, Registration is here. Registration closing date is 8th December 2023.
Call for abstracts
We invite abstracts for the 10 minute oral presentations (8 min plus 2 min) and posters. Please forward your abstract (up to 300 words) using this form: Abstract Template Joint Meeting 31Jan2024 to ECMage@liverpool.ac.uk by 8th December 2023 on topics relevant to any area of extracellular matrix ageing, and indicate which theme your talk might be most aligned to from the following:
‘Mechanisms and Interventions’
‘Tissue Engineering and Novel In Vitro Models’
Note that in the case of the last three categories, the technology/technique may not yet have been applied to extracellular matrix ageing, but must be applicable to it.
You may also suggest a theme we have not covered.
Please use the the form, with details on this page Bursary – ECMage (ukanet.org.uk) to submit your abstract to email@example.com