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Biophotonics & Biomedical Microscopy

Wednesday 10th October

Photonex Conference Biophotonics and Biomedical Miscroscopy Announcement and Call for PapersThis meeting is ideal for anyone wishing to learn more about biophotonics and microscopy subjects in the bio-medical, clinical and life-science disciplines.

It will bring together users and groups developing novel photonic tools and techniques with the intention to encourage collaborations within academia and with industry.

Sessions on novel spectroscopy, nanoscale imaging, biomedical applications of novel microscopy techniques, image analysis and imaging frontiers will showcase the vibrant research and state-of-the-art in these areas with applications in understanding complex biological systems, improving diagnostics, biomedical imaging and therapy.

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Call for Posters

This meeting is an opportunity for you to contribute to research knowledge and to meet with like-minded researchers and to network at a high level.

The main meeting programme will be by invitation however we are keen to involve, especially, early career scientists who are researching novel and exciting new techniques or unique applications.

FLASH PRESENTATIONS, RAISING YOUR PROFILE.

Poster Papers presenters with contributions which are on the themes of the sessions may be asked by the committee to give a Flash Presentation of a 2-slide presentation (3 min) to introduce their paper in advance of the Poster Session.

Contributory papers for posters are welcomed on the wider field of ‘photonics’ when related to aspects of Biophotonics & Biomedical Microscopy.



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TECHINICAL PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Prof Sumeet Mahajan
Professor of Molecular Biophotonics & Imaging, University of Southampton

Dr Brian Patton
Royal Society University Research Fellow, Department of Physics, University of Strathclyde

Dr Amanda Wright
Associate Professor, Optics & Photonics Group, University of Nottingham

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