Programme

The Scientific Committee are currently developing the conference programme. Details to be announced in 2017.

Please register your details in the ‘Keep me Informed’ section on the right hand side of this page to receive details.

 

Conference Themes:

Clinical imaging

Vascular/Intra-vital Imaging

The Anatomy of Cancer

New Frontiers

Biomaterials and Bio-mimetics

Comparative Anatomy

General Anatomy

Education

Civic Engagement/Outreach

Clinical/Gross Anatomy

 

Draft Programme Outline for Anatomists on the Edge 27th – 29th of June 2017

TUESDAY 27th June 2017

TIME ACTIVITY NOTES
9-10 Registration
SESSION 1: The Anatomy of Cancer
10:00-10:15 Welcome
10:15-10.45 Prof. Kimberly Topp Chemotherapy induced neuropathy
10.45-11:00 Short Talk/flash talks
11:00-11:15 Short Talk/flash talks
11.15-11.25 Industry Talk
COFFEE/TEA BREAK
SESSION 2: New Frontiers
12:00-12:30 Dr. Eleanor Coffey Protein Kinase Regulation of Brain Development and Disease
12.30-1:00 Dr. Xiangmin Xu Non-canonical hippocampal circuit organization and functional.
1:00-1:20 Flash talks (4)
1:20-1:30 Industry Talk
LUNCH & Poster (Even posters)
SESSION 3: Vascular/Intravital Imaging
2:30-3:00 Prof. Martin Leahy In vivo optical imaging of structure and function
3:00-3:30 Prof Sabine Koelle In vivo imaging in the male and female genital tract
3:30-3:45 Short Talk
3:45-4:00 Short Talk
COFFEE/TEA BREAK
SESSION 4: Poster & Plenary
4:30-6.30 POSTER SESSION
6:30-7:30 Prof. John Aplin Modelling embryo implantation in vitro
7:30 FOOD FEST
9:00 STUDENT EVENT

 

WEDNESDAY 28th June 2017

TIME ACTIVITY NOTES
SESSION 5: Education/Outreach/Civic Engagement
9:00-9:30 Dr. Susan Anderson Outreach, medical education, virtual Microscopy
9:30-10:00 Prof. Michael Hortsch E-Learning Resources for the Anatomical Sciences – What Does It Take to Make Them Work?
10:00-10:15 Short Talk
10:15-10:30 Short Talk
COFFEE/TEA BREAK
SESSION 6: Education/Outreach/Civic Engagement
11:00-11:30 Dr. Ian McGilvray Video Atlas of Surgery
11:30-11:50 Flash talks
11:50-12:00 Industry Talk
12:00-12:10 Industry Talk
LUNCH & Poster (Odd posters)
SESSION 7: Clinical Imaging
1:00-1:30 Dr. Brian Metscher Micro CT – molecular imaging – embryos etc.
1:30-2:00 Prof. Kurt H Albertine Testing long-term neurodevelopment following preterm birth and prolonged respiratory support, using preterm lambs
2:00-2:15 Short Talk/flash talks
2:15-2:30 Short Talk/flash talks
COFFEE/TEA BREAK
SESSION 8: Clinical/Gross Anatomy
2:30-3:00 Prof. Calvin Coffey Mesentery: structure, function, and role in disease.
3:00-3:30 Prof. Kenneth Bo Foreman Using Motion Capture, Virtual Reality, and 3D Fluoroscopy for Clinical Reasoning and Rehabilitation
3:30-3:45 Short Talk/flash talk
3:45-4:00 Industry Talk
Break
Session 9: General
4:30-5:00 Prof. John Milton Lucocq Sensing the morphome and the future of nanoscale morphomics
5:00-5:15 Short Talk/Flash talk
5:15-5:30 Short Talk/ Flash talk
7:30 CONFERENCE DINNER Meyrick Hotel

 

THURSDAY 29th June 2017

TIME ACTIVITY NOTES
SESSION 10: Comparative Anatomy
9:30-10:00 Prof. Margaret McNulty Comparative anatomy as it relates to basic science research
10:00-10:30 Prof. Emiliano Bruner Digital anatomy and computed morphometrics: old questions and new problems
10:30-10:45 Short Talk
10:45-11:00 Short Talk/flash talks
COFFEE/TEA BREAK –INCLUDING FRUIT ETC
SESSION 11: Biomaterials and Biomimetics
11:30-12:00 Prof Laoise McNamara Close to the bone: Engineering research into the biology of Osteoporosis
12:00-12:30 Dr. Rick Sumner Bone implant fixation: novel approaches for improving and imaging
12:30-12:45 Short Talk/flash talks
12:45-1:00 Short Talk/flash talks
1:00– 2:00 LUNCH – AWARDS FOR STUDENT PRIZES CLOSE OF MEETING