Insigneo Showcase 2020

When: 01/05/2020 - 01/05/2020
Where: Sheffield - U.K.
Abstract submission deadline: 12 March 2020

The Insigneo Institute for in silico Medicine’s Annual Showcase event will be held on 1 May 2020 at the Octagon Centre, in Sheffield, UK. This full day event is an opportunity for Insigneo members, funding agencies, regulatory agencies, industrial colleagues, and other academic groups in the UK and worldwide to meet once a year and see first-hand the latest innovations in personalised, predictive medicine produced by Insigneo.

The Insigneo Institute for in silico Medicine is a research institute established as a collaborative initiative between the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, where we develop sophisticated computer simulations of human physiology, in health and disease, in order to improve clinical diagnosis and treatment. With a multi-disciplinary membership of over 150 academics and clinicians, Insigneo is Europe’s largest centre dedicated to these activities, in the emerging discipline known as in silico medicine.

The day will feature:

  • A keynote talk from Professor Andy Parker, University of Cambridge;
  • Early Career Researcher presentations – hear about emerging research with perspectives from the next generation of researchers;
  • Talks from Insigneo members on the latest developments in their research areas on the themes of Mechanobiology and large scale interdisciplinary collaborations;
  • An exhibition showcasing in silico medicine’s latest applications and developments from Insigneo industrial partners, non-profit organisations, research groups and projects;
  • Networking opportunities and one-to-one discussions with funders, academics and clinicians.

Abstract submission deadline: 12 March 2020

Full information can be found on the official event website


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