Optimising knee therapies through improved population stratification and precision of the intervention’ science day conference - Wednesday 8 January 2020

Dear colleague

You are warmly invited to our annual Optimising Knee Therapies science day conference on Wednesday 8 January 2020.

Researchers from the University of Leeds will be presenting the latest research from our EPSRC Programme Grant, alongside invited keynote speakers (see summary agenda below).

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11:00 REGISTRATION & REFRESHMENTS

11:45 Welcome and Introduction - Ruth Wilcox

12:00-13:00 Session 1 : Building experimental and computational capability

13:00 LUNCH

Keynote 1
14:00 Professor Hemant Pandit, Chair in Elective Orthopaedics (Head of Research), Leeds

14:30-16:10 Session 2 : Towards optimised treatments: osteochondral repair

15:20 AFTERNOON BREAK

16:10-16:50 Session 3 : Application and learning from work in others joints

16:50-17:20 Session 4 : Towards optimised treatments: ligament repair

17:20 POSTER and DRINKS RECEPTION

Keynote 2
18:10 Professor Gerard Ateshian (Columbia University)

19.00 MEETING CLOSE
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The meeting will be of interest to all involved in healthcare technologies and we welcome attendees from across the Biomch-L community.

The event will take place at Weetwood Hall, Leeds, United Kingdom. There is free parking onsite and regular bus links to Leeds city centre and the train station. Registration is free and includes a networking lunch and evening drinks reception.

Please register via the EventBrite link: Attend the Optimising Knee Therapies Meeting, a fuller programme agenda is also available there.

While this event is free, due to our limited numbers for registration, it would be appreciated if you could please let us know if you wish to cancel your booking up to 48 hours before the meeting (instructions with your ticket).

Best wishes
Ruth


Ruth Wilcox
Professor of Biomedical Engineering
Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering
School of Mechanical Engineering
University of Leeds
Leeds, LS2 9JT
UK
Tel: +44 (0)113 343 7980

Visit our web site http://www.imbe.leeds.ac.uk
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